The CEnREP Luncheon Colloquium provides faculty and students with interests in environmental and resource economics an informal, ongoing forum to present research and receive early feedback on their projects.
All colloquia are held from 12:00 – 1:00 pm on Fridays in 216 Scott Hall unless otherwise noted below.
Spring 2019 Schedule
- Friday, March 1, Stella Schons, Assistant Professor of International Forest Economics and Management, Virginia Tech University, “Smallholder land clearing decisions and the Forest Code in the Brazilian Amazon”
- Friday, March 22, Mike Jones, Ph.D. Candidate in Economics, NC State University, “Releasing Gene Drive Modified Insects to Reduce Insecticide Use: A Stated Preference Assessment of WTP Effects in Diverse Market Applications”
- Friday, April 5, Bruno Kanieski da Silva, Research Analyst/Post Doc, NC State University/USDA Forest Service, “Forest Planning Authorization and Deforestation in the Amazon Forest”
Thursday | 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Panel: "Energy and Science in Journalism"
Caldwell Lounge, Caldwell Hall
Sustainable Energy Systems and Policy and Leadership in Public Science faculty clusters invite you to join us for a conversation with leading energy, environment, and science journalists from across the spectrum of new and traditional media. We will discuss ways in which today’s rapid technological and political developments are presenting challenges to traditional modes and styles of reporting, and how members of the university community can best respond and take advantage of new opportunities.
Friday | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
CEnREP Colloquium: Bruno Kanieski da Silva (NCSU/USDA Forest Service)
216 Scott Hall
Dr. Kanieski da Silva, Research Analyst/Post Doc - North Carolina State University/USDA Forest Service will present:
"Forest Planning Authorization and Deforestation in the Amazon Forest"
Fall 2018 Schedule
- Friday, September 28, Faraz Usmani, Ph.D. Candidate in Environmental Economics, Duke University, “Fracking, farmers, and rural electrification in India”
- Friday, October 5, Laura Villegas, Ph.D. Candidate in Economics, NC State University, “Land Use Planning for Flood Risk Reduction: The Economic Argument”
- Friday, October 26, Sasha Naumenko, Ph.D. Candidate in Economics, NC State University, “Spatial and Temporal Dimensions to the Value of Recreational Fishing”
- Friday, November 30, Nino Abashidze, Ph.D. Candidate in Economics, NC State University, “Solar Farms and Surrounding Property Values: An Empirical Analysis”
Spring 2018 Schedule
Lee Parton, Ph.D. Candidate in Economics, NC State University, Location: 3220 Nelson Hall
“To Build or Not to Build: Housing Supply Responses to Climate Change Policy Uncertainty”
Hyeongyul Roh, Ph.D. Candidate in Economics, NC State University
“Wind Generation, Inefficiency, and Market Power in Electricity Markets: Counterfactual Prediction with Dynamic Neural Networks for Causal Inference”
Andrew Grieshop, Assistant Professor, Dept of Civil, Construction & Env Engineering, NC State University
Longzhong Shi, Ph.D. Candidate in Economics, NC State University
“Controlling for Unobserved Preference Heterogeneity and Site Characteristics in Recreation Count Data Demand Systems”
Erin Sills, Professor of Forestry and Environmental Resources, NC State University
“Enabling Local Governments to Respond to a Federal Environmental Mandate: Evaluation of the Green Municipality Program in the Brazilian Amazon”
Zack Brown, Assistant Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics, NC State University
Wenyuan Tang, Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, NC State University
“Empirical Mechanism Design for Demand Response Programs”