Architesh’s work will focus on evaluating the resilience impacts of climate insurance, including the role of other stakeholders.
Architesh holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore, India. He was a Young Scientist at the International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis in Vienna.
Prior to Joining LSE, he has worked as a post-doctoral fellow with International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) based in Lao PDR. He has also worked for IRRI in the South and South-East Asia.
- Adaptation to climate change in the agricultural sector.
- Role of Insurance in climate change adaptation and building resilience.
- Community-based livelihood adaptation, resilience, and transformation.
- Climate-Induced Migration in the developing countries.
Research - 2020
Analysing household data from 16 developing countries across Asia and Africa, this paper examines the landscape of access to and sources of financial services. The results shed new light on how insurance uptake could be increased through more tailored and targeted products and services that are designed to meet local needs and requirements in the face of climate and other shocks. Read more
Policy - 2020
From extreme weather patterns that threaten food security to rising sea levels that mean catastrophe for coastal communities, climate change... Read more
Policy - 2019
This working paper analyzes the status, types, and evolution of market-based disaster insurance schemes across developing Asia. Well-designed insurance schemes... Read more
News - 2020
Coastal communities in India are confronting the effects of sea-level rise, erosion, flooding, and cyclones. This article examines displacement and migration from Odisha, the Sundarbans delta, and Majuli island in the state of Assam, examining national and state responses and the principles that could inform the design of policies to address displacement due to climate-related hazards. Read more