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Deepak Joglekar

  • Visiting Lecturer
Academic Division: Economics
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Bio

Dr. Joglekar has a keen interest in exploring the challenges faced by developing countries as they balance economic growth with environmental considerations. His work pays due attention to the interdisciplinary aspects of related issues such as sustainable development, environmental policy, and the composition of energy resources. Dr. Joglekar's research agenda enables him to delve into a handful of fields within economics including environmental economics, development economics, and public choice theory.

Dr. Joglekar received his masters as well as doctoral degrees in agricultural and resource economics from the University of Connecticut. He majored in Mechanical Engineering during his undergraduate degree from the University of Pune in India. He went on to complete an MBA from the same institution and it was the coursework during his MBA years that sparked his curiosity in the economics of the environment. Dr. Joglekar's previous research endeavors have included Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) modeling of possible carbon taxation in India and the use of that tax revenue to meet development goals. He has also co-authored a book on economic analysis of the management of coastal resources such as offshore wind energy.

Prior to joining Babson's faculty in a full-time position in 2021, Dr. Joglekar taught extensively at institutions such as the University of Connecticut, UMass Lowell, and Boston College. At Babson, he teaches courses in Environmental Economics as well as Principles of Microeconomics.

Academic Degrees

  • Ph D, University of Connecticut
  • MS, University of Connecticut
  • MBA, University of Pune
  • BS, University of Pune

Courses

  • Degree Courses 2021

    • ECN 3675 ENVIRONMENTAL ECON-POLICY AND ANALYSIS
    • SME 2031 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
  • Degree Courses 2020

    • ECN 3675 ENVIRONMENTAL ECON-POLICY AND ANALYSIS
    • SME 2031 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS