Tsendsuren Batsuuri

Fox-Zucker Fellow
Academic Year: 
To Yale
Exchange Partners: 
Australian National University
Project Title: 
The economic and environmental implications of asymmetric global demographic transition

Tsendsuren Batsuuri is a 3rd year PhD student affiliated with the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis at the Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU and ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research. Her primary research interest is long-term economic projections using structural economic models, and her thesis focuses on the economic and environmental implications of asymmetric global demographic transition. Before her PhD studies, Tsendsuren worked for the Mongolian Ministry of Environment and Green Development evaluating national GHG emissions projections and mitigation potential. She also contributed to developing government policy on climate change mitigation and the Economic Research Institute of Mongolia’s work, researching changes in its middle-class size and characteristics. While working for the Ministry, she spent four months at the Climate Technology Centre and Network of the United Nation’s Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), aiding in the review of and response to technical assistance requests from developing countries. She also served as an expert reviewer of the 5th National Communication of Turkey on behalf of the UNFCCC on chapters addressing GHG emissions and projections.