At the Department of Resource Economics, we tackle complex questions about how to use our environmental, natural and human resources. By researching important societal problems and gathering and analyzing data, we offer policy solutions that move the needle on today’s most pressing issues. Our undergraduate and graduate programs focus on industrial organization, environmental economics, and natural resource economics. And our award-winning faculty produces groundbreaking research that impacts how we approach our world.
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The Institute for Social Science Research Scholars Program supports social science faculty from across the university to build new directions in their research programs. Nathan's project title is Climate policy and climate-friendly diets: Implications for health, environment, and equity >>MORE
Emma Grazier (left) and Andrew Shepherd (right) received the Vijay Bhagavan Teaching Assistant of Distinction Award for being model teaching assistants. Jayash Paudel (center) was awarded the Carolyn Harper Fund and Fellowship for scholarly achievement and exemplifying concern for social and environmental issues, and racial and gender justice.
Register for experiments conducted at Willis Experimental Economics Laboratory. Participants will be compensated, and no prior economics training is necessary. To register please visit the Experimental Economics Online Recruitment System.
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For more information contact Christine Crago (ccrago "at" resecon.umass.edu, 545-5738).
April 12, 2019
10:30-12:00 pm | 303 Stockbridge Hall
Lise Vesterlund, Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Economics , University of Pittsburgh
Public Finance, Experimental Economics, and Applied Microeconomics