I am happy to know that you are trying to stand for the cause of Bhutanese refugees. I wish all the success for the program.
D.N.S. Dhakal, Senior Fellow, Duke Center for International Development
Office Location: 280 Rubenstein Hall
Office Phone: (919) 613-9392
Duke Box: 90237
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Areas of Expertise
PhD, Colorado School of Mines, 1990
MPA, Harvard University, 1989
Post Graduate Diploma, University of Colorado, Boulder, 1986
Bachelor of Technology, Indian School of Mines, 1982
Representative Publications (More Publications)
- D. Dhakal. “Options for Finding the Lasting Solution of Bhutanese Refugee Problem.” (May, 2007). Position Paper
- D. Dhakal. “Bhutan: Poverty and Development Report 2006.” (April, 2007).
- D. Dhakal. “Genesis of the Crisis, Refugee Problem and Possible Solution.”Bhutan Nepal Relations (February, 2006).
- D. Dhakal. “Nepal-Bhutan Relations.” Nepal Tomorrow: Voices and Visions, Selected Essays on Nepal. Ed. D.B. Gurung Koselee Prakashan, 2003
- D. Dhakal, Glenn P. Jenkins. “An Integrated Analysis of Co-generation IPP Power Agreement: The Jindal Tractebel Project in India.” World Bank Case Studies Series, 2002, World Bank. (2002).
- D. Dhakal. “The Evaluation of Environmentally Sensitive Projects.” PIAM Case Study Series, Harvard Institute for International Development, Harvard University. (1996). Twelve cases in total