Professor Dodo J. THAMPAPILLAI is a Visiting Fellow at the Crawford School of Public Policy. He has been with the National University of Singaporeon a full-time capacity from 2001 until June 2019 delivering programs in Economics and Environmental Economics. Dodo previously held a Personal Chair in Environmental Economics at Macquarie University in Australia, where he currently holds an Adjunct Professorship. He also held an adjunct professorship in the same field at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (Uppsala) until 2009, following a periods Visiting Professorships between 1993 and 2001. He was awarded the DFG Professorship in Germany (University of Kiel 1999/2000).

In 2005, he was included in the list of Eminent Environmental Economists by UNESCAP and was also a member of the UNEP Expert Group in Environmental Economics.

His areas of specialization are: Sustainable Development, Environmental Economics, Quantitative Methods and Cost-Benefit Analysis. He is credited with being one of the first academics to demonstrate frameworks in Environmental Macroeconomics.

He has over 150 publications including eight books and nine refereed monographs.

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