What is chlorinated water worth when bundled with rental housing? Effective demand for point-of-collection chlorination in Dhaka
Stanford University

Daniel W. Smith is an environmental engineer and PhD Candidate at Stanford University in California, USA. He applies engineering and social science methods to study scaling up innovative water supply improvements in lower-income settings. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Civil & Environmental Engineering from Cornell University, USA; a master’s degree in Water, Sanitation, and Health Engineering from the University of Leeds, UK; and a master’s degree in Environmental Engineering from Stanford University. He has worked in the private and non-profit sectors and conducted academic research worldwide, including in the United States, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, The Gambia, Kenya, Uganda, and Bangladesh.