Anupama Sen is Head of Policy Engagement for the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment. Her role includes working with the core team and the Smith School’s researchers to support and enhance the School’s engagement with policymakers, and increase the adoption and application of rigorous research by governments, international institutions, policymakers and enterprise, through various channels and outputs.
Prior to the Smith School she spent over 10 years at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, where she was Senior Research Fellow, Executive Director of the Electricity Research Programme and Deputy Director of the Energy Transition Initiative.
Anupama has published extensively on electricity sector restructuring and reform in the context of the energy transition in non-OECD Asia, the transition to renewables in resource-rich economies in the Middle East and North Africa, energy pricing reforms, and the impact of the energy transition on international energy markets. She has a strong interest in the socio-economic implications of the energy transition, its implications for energy consumers, producers and governments, and in the circular economy in relation to energy.
Anupama holds a BA(Hons) in Economics from the University of Mumbai, MSc from the London School of Economics and PhD from the University of Cambridge. Anupama is a Fellow of the Cambridge Commonwealth Society, and has previously been a Junior Research Fellow and a Visiting Fellow at Wolfson College, Cambridge.