Imelda Imelda


Assistant Professor, International Economics
Andre Hoffmann Assistant Professorship in Environmental and Resource Economics
Spoken languages
Indonesian, English
Areas of expertise
  • Environment
  • Energy
  • Development
  • Gender, women and public policies
  • Sustainable development
Geographical Region of Expertise
  • Southeast Asia
  • Western and Central Europe



PhD, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Imelda is the André Hoffmann Assistant Professor in Environmental and Resource Economics and part of the Center for International Environmental Studies since 2021. She is an applied microeconomist and she received her PhD in Economics from the University of Hawaii in 2018. She did her postdoctoral research at the Department of Economics, Carlos III University in Madrid, where she investigates policies to achieve the clean energy transition. Her research explores the intersections of health, energy, gender, and environmental economics, looking at how clean energy transition and policies can improve welfare and market outcomes.


Selected publications


current research project(s) and/or publication(s)

  • Clean Energy Access: Gender Disparity, Health, and Labor Supply [with Anjali P Verma] (forthcoming in the Economic Journal)
  • Market Power and Price Exposure: Learning from the Changes in Renewable Energy Regulation [with Natalia Fabra] (conditionally accepted in American Economic Journal: Economic Policy)
  • Real-Time Pricing and the Cost of Clean Power [with Michael J. Roberts and Matthias Fripp] (NBER WP| *Updated* Working Paper)

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