Tarun Khanna is interested in issues relating to the economics of electricity markets, electricity pricing and renewable energy with regards to climate change mitigation. He graduated with a Master in Public Policy from the Hertie School in 2017 and also holds a Bachelor in Economics and a Master in Economics from the Delhi School of Economics, India. Before coming to Berlin, he was a management consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) for five years and worked with regulators, governments, consumers and utilities in the design and implementation of electricity regulation in South Asia. Over the last year in Berlin, he has worked as a Research Associate with Dr. Jan Minx at the Mercator Research Institute for Global Commons and Climate Change and as a Teaching Assistant with Dr. Lion Hirth at the Hertie School.
Main supervisor: Prof. Dr. Lion Hirth