Yusuph John Kulindwa is a lecturer of economics at the Department of Economics and statistics, Moshi Cooperative University. He obtained his PhD in Economics a collaborative PhD program between the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and Chalmers University of Technology Gothenburg, Sweden. He also PhD studied courses in Climate Modelling and Energy systems, Natural Resource Economics, Policy Instrument Design and Development Micro Economicsat the University of Gothenburg, Sweden in 2013/2104
His research interest focuses on experimental economic, Energy economics, Environmental Economics and Behavioural Economics. His current research projects is on household perception of tree planting for fuelwoodproduction,energy efficiency with particular on biogas technology use and adoption of improved cooking stoves in developing countries.
Expertise and research areas of interest:
- Environmental and Resource Economics
- Energy economics
- Behavioural Economics
- Health economics