Conservation Impact Scientist, The Nature Conservancy Asia Pacific
Rhita Simorangkir is a Conservation Impact Scientist at The Nature Conservancy Asia Pacific. She obtained her Ph.D. in Economics at Georgia State University in 2017. She was a Post-doctoral Fellow at CERGE-EI (2017-2019) and a Research Fellow at the National University of Singapore (2019-2021). Her research interest lies in the intersection between environmental and development economics.
Recent work by Rhita Simorangkir
The impact of anti-poverty programmes on the environment: Evidence from Indonesia
The impact of a conditional cash transfer programme on deforestation hints at the potential for poverty reduction to help protect ecosystems
Articles : Energy & Environment