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AJ Goulding
Lecturer, School of International and Public Affairs;
President, London Economics International LLC

A politicized labor relations. He is sensitive to the need to develop solutions to electric power sector restructuring problems which respect national pride while at the same time conforming to sound economic principles.

A.J. began his career performing natural gas market analysis for the ICF Resources subsidiary of ICF Kaiser International. Later, he lived for two years in New Delhi, India, where he advised the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) on electric power sector restructuring in India. He continued his work on India while pursuing his MA at Columbia University, leading to the publication of an article on Indian privatization. Simultaneously, he researched the process of power sector reform in Pakistan, contrasting it with the Indian experience. Upon completion of his MA, A.J. served as business development associate for Citizens Power LLC, a top ten US wholesale power marketer.

Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana, B.A. in Economics, 1991. College honors, scholar-athlete, public service graduate fellowship.

Columbia University, New York, New York, M.A. in International Business, 1997. Foreign Language and Area Studies fellowship, Cordier prize.

Employment record:
From: 1996 To: Current 
Employer: London Economics, United States

President (July 1999 to present) Senior Consultant (January 1998 to July 1999) Summer Associate (June 1996 to August 1996)

From: September 2003 To: present
Employer: Columbia University
Adjunct Professor

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