Dr. Sanval Nasim is Assistant Professor of Economics at the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS). His primary research field is environmental and natural resource economics. His research work includes behavioural experiments on air pollution forecasts and information based pollution mitigation interventions, optimal control modelling of water resources, and cost benefit analysis of clean technology adoption. He obtained his PhD in environmental and natural resource economics from the University of California, Riverside in 2015 and a BA in economics mathematics and in history from Colby College in 2008.
Nasim, S. (2017). Optimal Groundwater Management in Pakistan's Indus Water Basin. European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, Athens, Greece.
Nasim, S., Helfand, S. & Dinar, A. (2017). Optimal Groundwater Management in Pakistan's Indus Water Basin. Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.