Ph.D Student in Public Policy
Research Associate in Energy and Environmental Economics, Imperial College London
Shefali’s interests lie at the intersection of environmental policy and energy sector development in emerging economies, specifically on the impact of renewable energy and energy efficiency incentives. She graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park with a B.A. in Economics and spent two years working as a research assistant at Resources for the Future, where her research focused on residential energy efficiency and vehicle fuel economy standards in the U.S. She assisted the World Bank in updating its protocol for estimating global health damages from ambient air pollution.