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Center for Environmental and Resource Economic Policy

Workshops | Colloquia

The CEnREP Bi-monthly Luncheon Colloquium provides faculty and students with interests in environmental and resource economics an informal, ongoing forum in which they can present research to receive early feedback on their projects.

All colloquia are held from 12:15 - 1:15pm on Fridays.

Friday, September 19
Casey Wichman, Ph.D Candidate, Agriculture and Resource Economics,
University of Maryland
“Information Provision and Consumer Behavior: A Natural Experiment in Billing Frequency”
Kilgore 121, 12:15

Friday, September 26
Greg Howard, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, East Carolina University
“Understanding the Quirks of Online Choice Experiments: An Analysis Using Lake Erie Harmful Algal Blooms”
Nelson Board Room (3220), 12:15

Friday, October 17
Andres Riquelme, Ph.D Candidate, Economics, North Carolina State University
“Money, Comfort or Environment? Priorities and Determinants of Energy Efficiency Investments in Irish Households.”
Nelson Board Room (3220), 12:15

Friday, October 24
Zack Brown, Assistant Professor, Agriculture and Resource Economics,
North Carolina State University
“Community Green: Exploring the Feedbacks Between Civic Engagement, Environmental Attitudes and Conservation Behaviors Using an International Household Survey”
Kilgore 121, 12:15

Friday, November 7
Mark Curtis, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Wake Forest University
“Who Loses under Power Plant Regulations? Estimating the Impact of the NOx Budget Trading Program on Manufacturing Employment”
Nelson Board Room (3220), 12:15

Friday, November 21
Steve Tsang, Ph.D Candidate, Economics, North Carolina State University

"The effects of environmental policies and price discrimination on regional ethanol price dispersion"
David Clark Labs 102, 12:15

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