I’m an envrionmental economist. I enjoy studying environmental policy and math in equal amounts. My dissertation work focused on estimating the “missing demand curve” for decreasing the risk of species extinction, which subsequently teaches us about cost-effective species management and optimal population targets.
I’m particularly excited about a new project in which I develop incentives that combat habitat fragmentation on lands currently controlled by many independent smallholders–you should ask me about it! I’d appreciate the discussion.
Ph.D. Agricultural and Resource Economics, 2020
University of California, Davis
B.S. Physics and Economics, 2015
Rochester Institute of Technology