Job Market Paper:




Publications:


"Mining and Community Economic Growth", with Steven Deller. 2013. The Review of Regional Studies 42.2: 121-141.


Working Papers:


"Do Regulators Strategically Avoid Pollution Hotspots when Siting Monitors? Evidence from Remote Sensing of Air Pollution", with Corbett Grainger and Wonjun Chang.

"Distributional Impacts of Heat-Energy Cross-Subsidization", with Corbett Grainger and Fan Zhang. Under Review.

"Urban Mode and Subscription Choice: An Application of the Three-Dimensional MFD", with Allister Loder and Kay W. Axhausen. Paper presented at the 16th Swiss Transport Research Conference, Ascona, Switzerland, May 2016.


Ongoing Projects:


General equilibrium multipliers: with Thomas F. Rutherford.

Using CGE models to assess the water-energy nexus in the United States: with Feng Qui. Presented at the 2016 American Geophysical Union conference and 2017 Annual INFORMS meeting.

National open source tools for general equilibrium modeling (blueNOTE)with Thomas F. Rutherford

Sub-national climate policy: with Gokce Akin-Olcum, Christoph Bohringer, and Thomas F. Rutherford

Agglomeration benefits of transportation policy: with Kay W. Axhausen, Allister Loder and Thomas F. Rutherford.


Technical Reports and Proceedings:


"Distributional Impacts of Energy Cross Subsidization in Transition Economies: Evidence From Belarus", with Corbett Grainger and Fan Zhang. World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 7385. 2015. 1-47.

"General Equilibrium Frameworks for Climate Risk Assessment with IMPLAN Data", with Thomas F. Rutherford. MCRSA Conference Proceedings. 2014. 126-137.

"Using IMPLAN Social Accounts for Applied General Equilibrium Modeling", with Thomas F. Rutherford. Technical Manual. 2014. 1-31. Email me for the build stream routine GAMS files. Batch processing launching programs are included.

"Frac Sand Mining and Community Economic Development", with Steven Deller. Staff Paper Series: University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 2012. 1-35.