Development Economics, Performance Management Systems.
Energy technology, Energy policy, Education reform.
Science, Technology, and Innovation Studies; history of science, technology, and innovation ; science and technology policy, sociology of science and technology. Science and Technology Communication & Outreach.
Adjunct Research Associate
Data gathering and visualisation.
Law and Policy of Development, Socio-Legal Studies, Human Rights and Governance, Political and Religious Violence.
Green Transportation, Green Energy, Carbon Footprint Reduction.
Urban Sustainability, Low Carbon Cities, Socio-Ecological Studies, Climate Change Policy and Education, Youth Empowerment.
Director of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, Special Advisor to United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres on the Sustainable Development Goals, Director of the Earth Institute of Columbia University.
Energy Technology, Energy Policy, Developmental Economics.
Director of Office
Strategic planning, communications, organizational and people management and project development.
Mathematical Modelling, Sustainable Lake Management.
Master in Sustainable Development Management Programme Coordinator
Social inclusion, capacity building, civic empowerment, and tri-sectoral partnerships for sustainable development
Asset Management; Recruitment & Orientation; Events; Databases and Records; Customer Enquiries; Website; Travel Grant; Office Expenditure.
Sustainable practices by private and social enterprises, non-profit organisations and civil society.
Urban Sustainability, Water and Waste Management, Eco-Mobility.
Executive Training Programs; External Liaison; Sustainable Campus Project; Waste Management; Events; Sustainable Cities.
President of the Jeffrey Cheah Institute on Southeast Asia and Professor of Economics, University of California, Davis, with a speciality in Economic Growth and Sustainable Development (especially in China, Indonesia, and Malaysia), Macroeconomics,
Exchange Rate Economics, and Public Economics.
Development economics, monetary economics, capital markets and industry studies.