A Sen – non OIES publications list

Refereed Journals

Poudineh, R. Sen, A. and Fattouh, B. (2020) “Electricity Markets in Resource-Rich Countries of the MENA: Adapting for the Transition Era”, Economics of Energy and Environmental Policy, DOI: 10.5547/2160-5890.10.1.rpou

Poudineh, R., Sen, A. and Fattouh, B. (2020)  “An integrated approach to electricity sector reforms in the resource rich economies of the MENA”, Energy Policy,  138, 111236

Poudineh, R., Sen, A. and Fattouh, B. (2018) ‘Advancing Renewable Energy in Resource Rich Economies of the MENA’, Renewable Energy, Vol. 123 August 2018, pp. 135-49.

Sen, A., Nepal, R. and Jamasb, T. (2018) ‘Have Model, Will Reform: Assessing the Outcomes of Electricity Reforms in Non-OECD Asia’, The Energy Journal (forthcoming)

Nepal, R., Jamasb, T. and Sen, A. (2018)  ‘Small systems, big targets: power sector reforms and renewable energy in small systems’, Energy Policy, Vol. 116 May 2018, pp.19-29.

Fattouh, B., Poudineh, R. and Sen, A. (2016) ‘The dynamics of the revenue maximization–market share trade-off: Saudi Arabia’s oil policy in the 2014–15 price fall’, Oxford Review of Economic Policy; 32 (2); 223-40.

Sen, A. and Jamasb, T. (2012) “Diversity in Unity: An Empirical Analysis of Electricity Sector Reform in Indian States” The Energy Journal; 33 (1); 83-130

Book Chapters

Sen, A, (2020). “The Pricing of Domestic Gas” in Mehta, V. S. (Ed.) A Roadmap for India’s Natural Gas Sector, Brookings India, forthcoming.

Poudineh, R., Sen., A and Fattouh, B. (2018) “Policies to promote renewables in the Middle East and North Africa’s resource-rich economies” in Akhonbay, H. (Ed) The Economics of Renewable Energy in the Gulf, Routledge.

Sen, A., Nepal, R. and Jamasb, T. (2017) ‘Rethinking Electricity Reform in Asia: Balancing Economic and Environmental Objectives’, in Bhattacharya, S. (Ed.) Handbook of Energy in Asia, Routledge

Fattouh, B. and Sen, A. (2016) ‘The Past, Present and Future Role of OPEC’, in van de Graaf et al. (Eds.) Handbook of the International Political Economy of Energy, Palgrave

Sen, A. and Jamasb, T (2013) “Not Seeing the Wood for the Trees? Electricity Market Reform in India” in Sioshansi, F.P.(Ed.) Evolution of Global Electricity Markets: New Paradigms, New Challenges, New Approaches; Elsevier Global Energy Policy and Economics Series

Sen, A. (2013) ‘India’ in Upstream Law and Regulation: A Global Guide; Pereira. E and Talus, K. (Eds.); Globe Law and Business, London

Sen, A. (2012) ‘Gas Pricing in India’ in The Pricing of Internationally Traded Gas, Stern, J. (Ed.); Oxford University Press

Working Papers

Sen, A., R. Nepal, and T. Jamasb. (2020). Rebalancing Subsidies in Market-Based Energy Sectors: Synergies and Obstacles in Developing and Transition Economies. ADBI Working Paper 1200. Tokyo: Asian Development Bank Institute. Available: https://www.adb.org/publications/rebalancing-subsidies-market-based-energy-sectors

Sen, A. and Jamasb, T. (2010) “The Economic Effects of Electricity Deregulation: An Empirical Analysis of Indian States” Cambridge Working Papers in Economics 1005, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge

Sengupta, A.; Sen, A., Sharma, R. and Mittal, Y. (2015) Operationalising India’s Nuclear Agreements: Issues and Solutions on Nuclear Liability, Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy

Sen, A.; Nepal, R. and Jamasb, T. (2016) “Rethinking Electricity Sector Reform in Developing Asia: Balancing Economic and Environmental Objectives”, School of Economics Discussion Paper Series (No. 572), University of Queensland, Australia


Sen, A. and O’Sullivan, S. (2018) “Affordability of Gas and LNG: The Contrast between China and India”, Oxford Energy Forum Issue 116: The Future of Gas, ​September.

Sen, A. (2018) “Quantity over quality? Integrating decarbonization into India’s electricity reforms”, Oxford Energy Forum Issue 114: Decarbonization and Liberalization in the Power Sector: International Perspectives, ​June.​​

Sen, A. (2018) “Can India leapfrog to electric vehicles?”, Oxford Energy Forum Issue 112: Disruptive Change in the Transport Sector, ​March.

Sen, A. (2018) ‘Maintaining Indian Momentum’, Petroleum Economist Outlook 2018, 23 January.

Sen, A. (2017) ‘Disentangling short and long term determinants of gas demand in India’, Oxford Energy Forum  110, pp.27-31.

Sen, A. (2017) ‘GCC Energy Pricing Reforms in a Low Oil Price Environment’, Oxford Energy Forum 108, pp.19-22.

Sen, A. and Sen, A. (2016) ‘India – the new demand-side dynamo’, Petroleum Economist, 16 November.

Sen, A (2016) ‘India’s Climate and Energy Goals after COP21: Contradictory or Complementary?’ Oxford Energy Forum 105

Sen, A (2015) ‘Gas Pricing Reform in India: Will it transform the gas landscape?’ Oxford Energy Forum 101

Sen, A (2015) ‘India’s Gas Renaissance: Rhetoric versus Reality’ Oxford Energy Forum 99.

Fattouh, B. and Sen, A. (2015) ‘When looks are deceiving’, Oil Magazine, Number 29, July 2015.

Sen, A. (2014) ‘LNG in India: Asia’s Sleeping Giant?’ Gas Matters, September.

Sen, A. (2014) ‘Out of Gas: India’s Potential as a Future Asian Gas Market’, Gas Matters, April.

Sen, A. (2012) ‘Energy Subsidies in India’, Oxford Energy Forum, June 2012


‘Resolving India’s Nuclear Liability Deadlock’, The Hindu, 6 January 2015

‘Gas and Hot Air’, The Indian Express, 22 September 2014