|College/School/Division:||Dar Es Salaam University College Of Education|
|Role:||Lecturer in the Department of Geography and Economics|
|Current Summarised CV:|
Dr. Gabriel Hinju is Environmental Economist with a PhD degree who lectures in Microeconomics, Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, Quantitative methods, Development Economics, Monetary Economics, and Econometrics and conducts research and consultancy in economics, environmental and social issues. He has done a number of research and consultancies works in wildlife crimes and other economic and social issues. He was involved as a team member in conducting a Cost-Benefit analysis of the Government’s projects which were financed by the World Bank. He was also involved in a technical team of experts in the preparation of Kigamboni Municipal and Lindi Master Plans. Recently he has been involved in conducting several energy projects such as involved in a technical team to conduct a study on household demand for electricity connection in the main grid in Rural Tanzania. Involved in the technical team in household surveys and households air monitoring in the research project ‘Universal Energy Access, the role of Clean Cooking and Climate Change Impacts (4CImpacts)’: In collaboration with a team of researchers from the Policy Studies Institute and Duke University, we are conducting research on the off-grid and mini-grid landscape as part of a larger study on electricity tariff reform in Tanzania.
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