Yusuph John Kulindwa is a lecturer of economics at the department of Economics and
statistics, Moshi Cooperative University. He received his PhD in Economics a collaborative
PhD program between the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and Chalmers University of
Technology Gothenburg, Sweden. In 2013, he was awarded another scholarship on
specialization PhD courses in Climate Modelling and Energy systems, Natural Resource
Economics, Policy Instrument Design and Development Microeconomics at the University of
Gothenburg, Sweden. Dr Yusuph J. Kulindwa currently teaches economics and environmental
and Resources Economics. His research interest focuses on 1. Households’ adoption of energy
technology – Experimentally based analysis of solar cooking stove in Tanzania, 2. Analysing
the impact of off-farm income on household clean energy expenditures in Tanzania: Transition
from traditional to clean energy in developing countries, 3. Researching on Micro-franchising
as Food Distribution Strategy: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Tanzania. 4. Energy
stacking for cooking: Factors other than income that drives choice in developing countries.
Dr Kulindwa is working in partnership with other organizations as a team member. For
example, he is working with EfD-Tanzania organization as domestic research fellow. EfDTanzania is one of centers hosted by the University of Dar es Salaam. He also working with
Professor Erik Ahlgren from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden in the project of
improved cooking stove (ICS), aims at combining technical analyzes with user aspects and
econometrics through an interdisciplinary systems approach including systems dynamics
modelling. Finally, Dr Kulindwa is a chairperson of the Moshi Co-operative University
Academic Staff Association. As chairperson, Dr Kulindwa represents the association to the
Council of the University and other organs; He also represents the association MoCUASA in
national and international academic associations and other relevant academic fora.
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