CEnREP Colloquia

 

sketch1The CEnREP Bi-monthly 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 2018 Schedule

Friday, January 19

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”

Friday, Feb 2

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”

Friday, Feb 9

Andrew Grieshop, Assistant Professor, Dept of Civil, Construction & Env Engineering, NC State University

“Cleaning the Kitchen? Field Research on Interventions to Address Household Air Pollution in India and Africa”

Friday, March 16

Longzhong Shi, Ph.D. Candidate in Economics, NC State University

“Controlling for Unobserved Preference Heterogeneity and Site Characteristics in Recreation Count Data Demand Systems”

Friday, April 13

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”

Friday, April 20

Zack Brown, Assistant Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics, NC State University

“Prices, Peers, and Perceptions: Field experiments in improved cookstove adoption in Ghana”

Friday, April 27

Wenyuan Tang, Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, NC State University

“Empirical Mechanism Design for Demand Response Programs”

 

Upcoming Colloquia

Jun 4
  • Monday | 8:00 AM5:00 PM
    Forging Integrated Expertise in Graduate Education Symposium
    Talley Student Union, 2610 Cates Ave, Raleigh, NC 27606, USA 

    An in-depth look at how a number of universities have addressed the challenges of building interdisciplinary graduate programs, and examine future approaches for preparing our graduate students to succeed in the 21st Century workforce.
    Day 1 - Diverse Experiences in Integrated Graduate Education

Jun 5
  • Tuesday | 8:00 AM2:00 PM
    Forging Integrated Expertise in Graduate Education Symposium
    Talley Student Union, 2610 Cates Ave, Raleigh, NC 27606, USA 

    Get an in-depth look at how a number of universities have addressed the challenges of building interdisciplinary graduate programs, and examine future approaches for preparing our graduate students to succeed in the 21st Century workforce.
    Day 2 - Workforce Needs and the Way Forward

 

Fall 2017 Schedule

All colloquia are from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.

Friday, September 15

Raymond Guiteras, Assistant Professor, Ag & Resource Economics, NC State University

“Demand Estimation with Strategic Complementarities: Demand for Sanitation in Bangladesh”

Friday, September 22

Derek Lemoine, Associate Professor, Economics, University of Arizona, Location: 216 Scott Hall

“Designing Dynamic Subsidies to Spur Adoption of New Technologies”

Friday, October 20

Eleni Bardaka, Assistant Professor, Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering, NC State University

“Transit-Induced Gentrification: Causal Identification, Spatial Spillover Effects, and Equitable Transit-Oriented Development Solutions”

Friday, October 27

Matthew Johnson, Post Doctoral Fellow, Duke University

“Does Cleaning the Air Affect Workers’ Health? How Firms Manage Multiple Regulatory Demands”

Friday, December 1

Maggie Monast, Manager, Sustainable Sourcing, Environmental Defense Fund

“Conservation in Agriculture: How Economics can Generate Greater Investment”

 

Past Colloquia