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.  Room locations are posted with the full schedule and in the calendar links below.

Spring 2017 Schedule:

  • January 27, Moon Joon Kim, NC State University, “The Effects of Transboundary Air Pollution from China on Ambient Air Quality in South Korea”, 3220 Nelson Hall
  • February 24, Justin Baker, RTI International, “Potential Complementarity between Forest Carbon Sequestration Incentives and Biomass Energy Expansion in a Deep Decarbonization Policy Environment”, 3220 Nelson Hall
  • March 17, Marwa Salem, RTI International, “Multi-cropping and Acreage Response: The Case of the Central-West Region of Brazil”, 216 Scott Hall
  • March 24, Jane Harrison (NC Sea Grant) and Sasha Naumenko (NC State University) “Socioeconomic Analysis of the Atlantic Menhaden Fishery: Using Economic Data to Inform Fisheries Management Decisions”, 121 Kilgore Hall
  • April 28, David Solis, NC State University, “Impact of Inspections on Compliance with the Forestry Law in Peru”, 121 Kilgore Hall

 

Upcoming Colloquia

Apr 28
  • Friday | 12:00 PM1:00 PM
    CEnREP Colloquium: David Solis, NCSU
    121 Kilgore Hall 

    David Solis, Ph.D. Student, Forestry and Environmental Resources, NCSU, will be presenting: "Impact of Inspections on Compliance with the Forestry Law in Peru"

 

Fall 2016 Schedule

All colloquia are from 12:00 – 1:00 in room 121 Kilgore Hall

Friday, September 9

Laura Taylor, Professor, Ag & Resource Economics, NCSU
Water Use in the Landscape: A Comparison of How Irrigation Technologies and Water Quality Influence Behavior

Friday, September 23

Harrison Fell, Associate Professor, Ag & Resource Economics, NCSU
Fuel Prices, Restructuring, and Natural Gas Plant Operations

Friday, October 14

Jonathan Lee, Assistant Professor, Economics, East Carolina University
Electric Utilities’ Prolonged Reliance on Coal: The Impact of Marketable Coal Combustion Byproducts on Fuel Switching

Friday, October 21

Christopher Galik, Assistant Professor, Public Administration, NCSU
Modeling Landowner Behavior and the Implications for Preexisting Conservation Policy

Friday, November 4

Lawson Connor, Ph.D. Student, Economics, NCSU
Grower responses to spillover effects from large-scale adoption of transgenic pesticidal corn in the Philippines

Friday, November 18

Natasha James, Ph.D. Student, Forestry and Environmental Resources, NCSU
The Impact of Targeting on Participation in Costa Rica’s ‘Payments for Ecosystem Services’ Program

Past Colloquia