I am a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Economics at Cornell University working under the direction of professors in the Departments of Economics and the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management. My research interests are environmental and resource economics, policy analysis, and industrial organization. My research topics include the conservation of endangered species, management of invasive species, participation in climate agreements, and siting of wind energy power plants. 

Prof. Jon Conrad, Prof. Stephen Coate, and Prof. Marco Battaglini comprise my Graduate Committee.

Contact Information:

Phone: 9546718(716)1+
Email: ude.llenroc@694yy
Office: 433 Uris Hall 
             Cornell University
             Ithaca, NY 14853
             United States

Research Papers:
  • On the Locations of Endangered Species Reintroduction Programs
  • On the Timing of Actions to Save an Endangered Species
  • On the Value of Reducing the Risk of Extinction
  • Participation in Climate Agreements with Imperfect Pollution Spillovers
  • Management of an Invasive Species
Work in Progress:
  • The Siting of Wind Energy Power Plants

Class Research Projects:
  • Replication and extension of  "US State Policy for Renewable Energy: Context and Effectiveness" (Delmas & Montes-Sancho, 2011) 
  • Replication of "Capacity Dynamics and Endogenous Asymmetries in Firm Size" (Besanko & Doraszelski, 2004)
  • Replication of "The Effects of Regulation in the Presence of Multiple Unpriced Externalities: Evidence from the Transportation Sector" (Bento, Kaffine, Roth & Zaragoza-Watkins, 2014)
  • Replication of "Do Natural Disasters Promote Long-Run Growth?" (Skidmore & Toya, 2002)
  • The Welfare Implication of Greece Quitting the European  Monetary Union: A Computable General Equilibrium Approach