Anomitro is a Fellow in Environmental Economics at the Department of Geography and Environment at LSE. Anomitro’s research is on environmental and behavioural economics. He uses experiments in the lab and field, and randomized control trials to address issues in resource management and energy efficiency.
Anomitro graduated with a BSc in Economics from St. Xavier’s College, University of Calcutta, and an MA in Economics from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He received a Ph.D. from Georgia State University where his dissertation focused on social dilemmas; situations where individual incentives work against social welfare maximization. Prior to the doctoral program, Anomitro worked at The Energy and Resources Institute in New Delhi on energy security policy and energy access in India.
- Behavioural Economics
- Experimental Economics
- Environmental Economics
- Energy Economics
Research - 2023
This working paper explores the effectiveness of identity-based messages on reductions in household energy consumption in Doha, Qatar. Read more
The authors of this paper use household-level panel data to estimate drivers of clean cooking technology adoption and sustained fuel use in India Read more