Dr. Sanval Nasim is an Assistant Professor-Tenure Track in the Department of Economics - (MGSHSS).
Dr. Nasim obtained his PhD in Environmental Sciences from the University of California, Riverside, USA in 2015. His PhD research explored the effects of institutional constraints on the efficient allocation and optimal management of groundwater in Pakistan’s Indus Basin. Dr. Nasim is interested in discovering how human behavior contributes to the long term degradation of natural resource systems and how local institutions shape and inform economic policies for a sustainable environment and a healthy resource base. He first became fascinated by the field of environmental economics as an Undergraduate student at Colby College, USA, where he double majored in Economics and History. Prior to that, he completed the International Baccalaureate at the United World College, USA.
His research interests include:
In his spare time, Dr. Nasim enjoys hiking and exploring the outdoors, playing racquet sports and solving crossword puzzles.
|Fall Semester 2018-19||Mathematical Applications in Economics||1801|
|Summer Semester 2017-18||Master's Thesis||1703|
|Spring Semester 2017-18||Topics in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics||1702|
|Spring Semester 2017-18||Independent Study||1702|
|Fall Semester 2017-18||Advanced Environmental and Natural Resource Economics||1701|
|Fall Semester 2017-18||Introduction to Environmental Economics||1701|
|Fall Semester 2017-18||Master's Thesis||1701|
|Summer Semester 2016-17||Master's Thesis||1603|
|Spring Semester 2016-17||Independent Study||1602|
|Spring Semester 2016-17||Mathematical Applications in Economics||1602|
|Fall Semester 2016-17||Introduction to Environmental Economics||1601|