Telephone: +44 1865 426316
Title: Research Associate
Dr. Takeshi Takama is involved in various projects related to environment and development, climate change, and human behaviours including demand assessment of bio-ethanol / clean cooking stove, development of a climate adaptation decision supporting tool, etc.
He is also a fellow at the University of Oxford and a Japanese university and supporting a NGO/social-business on microfinance in Japan.
DPhil Geography and Environment (Uni of Oxford), MSc in Environmental change and management (Uni of Oxford), BCom in Economics (Uni of Auckland) and a MSc in Biological science / Statistics (Uni of Auckland)
More information on: http://www.takeshitakama.com
Evaluating the relative strength of product-specific factors in fuel switching and stove choice decisions in Ethiopia: A discrete choice model of household preferences for clean cooking alternatives (Journal article - 2012)
Will African Consumers Buy Cleaner Fuels and Stoves? (Research report - 2011)
Coping with Multiple Stresses in Rural South Africa (Journal article - 2011)
Community-Based Solutions to the Climate Crisis in Ethiopia (Book chapter - 2010)
Adaptation Finance under a Copenhagen Agreed Outcome (Research report - 2009)