Agricultural and Consumer Economics
University of Illinois at
A bit about Andy:
I am an environmental and IO economist studying the economics of environmental regulation. My research interests include firm behavior under regulatory uncertainty and quantifying the economic impacts of climate change.
I am an assistant professor at the department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics at the University of Illinios Urbana-Champaign, a faculty affiliate at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, and a member of the Climate Impact Lab.
My doctoral studies were at UC Berkeley ARE, where I was a fellow in the Global Policy Lab and an NSF Data Sciences for the 21st Century fellow, and I was a postdoc at EPIC and the department of Economics at the University of Chicago. I also hold a Master's in public policy from UC Berkeley, and a BSE in chemical engineering from Princeton University.
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