Former EEPR Syracuse Economics PhD student Mallory Vachon, now at Louisiana State University as an Assistant Professor, is featured in the latest USAEE Dialog. Her paper titled “A Comparison of the Economic and Labor Market Impacts of Resource Extraction” can be viewed here.
Several members of the EEPR group started new positions fall 2014. Congrats to them!
Anna Ebers, a Fulbrighter from Estonia, joined the University of St.Gallen, Switzerland, as a PostDoc to research investment into renewable energy sector. Her prior research interests include evaluation of public policy effectiveness in bioenergy sector, willingness to pay for solar power in Mexico, and economics of first conservation easements.
James Hacker has moved to California to work for the California Legislative Analyst’s Office, the nonpartisan fiscal and policy analyst for the state legislature. He will be working as a fiscal and policy analyst, with responsibility for a specific policy area or state program that is TBD
Jung Eun Kim is now an Assistant Professor in the Department of Politics and Public Administration at the University of Hong Kong.
Tian Tang is a joint Giorgio Ruffolo Doctoral Research Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School in the Sustainability Science Program and the Energy Technology Innovation Policy project, a joint project of the Science Technology and Public Policy Program and the Environment and Natural Resources Program at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.
March 2015: State adaptation planning by Qing
February 2015: Seed contracts and climate change mitigation behavior by Becky
January 2015: Adaptation research, Miami example, by Bridget
September 2014: Clean Power Plan overview by Pete
May 2014: Forest bioenergy by Anna
March 2014: Developments in storage systems for the future grid by Mohammed
March 2014: Energy diffusion in China by Tian
February 2014: Naval energy conservation research
January 2014: Changes in natural gas capacity by Kelly
January 2014: Regression discontinuity design in environmental research by Jordan
December 2013: Scraping data from the internet by Evan
December 2013: Demand Side Management research by Melissa
November 2013: Shocking facts about the NYISO by Pete
November 2013: GIS applications in environmental research by Kelly