Public Policy Seminar - July 05 - 16, 2021
Energy Economics and Policy: Two-week seminar providing an overview of mainstream and emerging energy technologies in Southeast Asia, and key macroeconomic and policy tools for analyzing and impacting these trends.
For more information about the curriculum of the seminar: A Deep Dive into the Curriculum
The Energy Economics and Policy Seminar is an opportunity for Fellows to learn about some of today’s most important and complex issues from leading experts through thought-provoking panels, engaging keynote discussions and exciting experiential elements. By integrating those diverse activities, we hope to overcome the challenges of a virtual event and create a synergetic dynamic to achieve the objectives of the Seminar – identifying mainstream and emerging energy technologies in Southeast Asia and adopting key macroeconomic and policy tools for analyzing and impacting these trends.
The Seminar will be divided into three sections – fundamentals of energy, energy economics and policy, and leadership and teamwork.
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The speakers of the Energy Economics and Policy Seminar are professors from well-known universities and leaders from the industry from the U.S., Europe, and Asia Pacific region with diverse experiences in Southeast Asia. They will participate in various forms of the seminar: interactive lectures, panel discussion, and leadership workshops.
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The fellows of the Energy Economics and Policy Seminar are rising professionals from Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Brunei, and Vietnam. They all have strong backgrounds and interests in energy economics and policy.
Click here to view the list of fellows joining the Energy Economics and Policy Seminar.