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CEPES Members

CEPES Convenors

Dr Lawrence Saez and Dr Bhavna Davé

Bhavna Davé
CEPES Convenor
Bhavna Dave

Kazakhstan: politics of language, ethnicity and nationalism in post-Soviet countries

  • Tel: 020 7898 4734
  • Email: bd4@soas.ac.uk
  • Room: 224
  • On Sabbatical:Terms 1-3, 2013/14
Lawrence Sáez
CEPES Convenor
Lawrence Saez

International political economy, comparative political economy, emerging markets; energy security; fiscal federalism; South Asia

  • Tel: +44 (0)20 7898 4725
  • Email: ls4@soas.ac.uk
  • Room: 202
  • Office Hours: Thursdays 1-3pm

Members

Laura El-Katiri
CEPES Member
Laura El Katiri

Energy policy, oil, natural gas, electricity, economic development and diversification, Middle East, GCC economies, Iran.


Matthew Haigh
CEPES Member
Matthew Haigh

My research draws on moral philosophy and visual sociology to engage with environmental regulation and the behaviour of financial markets.

  • Tel: 0207 898 4145
  • Email: mh92@soas.ac.uk
  • Room: 548
  • Office Hours: Monday 10-12pm
Harald Heubaum
CEPES Member
Harald Haubaum

Energy and climate policy in the EU, US and emerging economies, particularly in South East Asia; climate finance; global and regional energy markets; low-carbon energy technologies; urban resource governance; global public policy

  • Tel: +44 (0)20 7898 4362
  • Email: hh15@soas.ac.uk
  • Room: 4431
  • Office Hours: By appointment

Dan Plesch
CEPES Member
Dan Plesch

Applied International Relations, weapons of mass destruction, diplomacy, globalisation and corporate accountability, globalisation and democracy, globalisation and energy, the role of international non-governmental organisations, the United Nations and the Nazis.

  • Tel: +44 (0)20 7898 4840
  • Email: dp27@soas.ac.uk
  • Room: 4434
  • Office Hours: By appointment
Pallavi Roy
CEPES Member
Pallavi Roy

Political economy researcher and PhD candidate with ten years of experience covering policy, infrastructure and metallic commodities as a financial journalist in India. Experience also includes political economy research on south Asia as well as qualitative risk analysis, the latter while working for a business and political risk consultancy in London, as a region specialist.

  • Tel: +44 (0)20 7898 4464
  • Email: pr16@soas.ac.uk
  • Room: 4435
  • Office Hours: Friday 1-3pm

Gurharpal Singh
CEPES Member
Gurharpal Singh

Professor Gurharpal Singh is the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities and Professor in Inter-Religious Relation and Development in the Department of Study of Religions.

Andrea Valente
CEPES Member
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