Clive Mutunga joined PAI’s research team in January 2009 and is primarily working on population and climate change as well as on aid financing and effectiveness. Clive, originally from Kenya, has several years of experience conducting public policy research and analysis, on a broad range of socio-economic issues including the environment, population, and health. He had a long and rewarding stint at the Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research & Analysis (KIPPRA), a public think tank mandated to support the public policy process in Kenya by conducting policy research and analysis for the government of Kenya and the private sector for policy formulation and implementation.
Prior to joining PAI, he worked with Policy Planning and Evaluation Inc. (PP&E), a private consulting firm in Herndon, VA, conducting economic cost benefit analysis of a proposed federal regulation for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) of the U.S Department of Labor.
Clive holds a M.A (Economics) from the University of Nairobi, Kenya, with a specialization in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics from the Centre for Environmental Economics Policy Research and Analysis in Africa (CEEPA) based at the University of Pretoria, South Africa; and a B.A (Economics and Sociology) from the University of Nairobi.