Several graduate students from the College of Business Department of Economics and Finance and the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Department of Agriculture and Applied Economics are currently working with the faculty associated with the Center for Energy Economics and Public Policy.
|Graduate Student||Faculty Advisor|
|Antenah Tesfaw, PhD candidate||Thomas Crocker|
|Onur Sapci, PhD candidate||Tim Considine|
|Matthew Oliver, PhD candidate||Charles Mason and David Finnoff|
|Aaron Wood, PhD candidate||Charles Mason and David Finnoff|
|ShanShan Huang, PhD candidate||Owen Phillips|
|Natalie Macsalka, MS candidate||Ben Rashford|
|Greg Torell, PhD candidate||Rob Godby and Roger Coupal|
|Jolene Green, PhD candidate||Rob Godby|
Aaron Wood is primarily engaged in natural gas research in the context of the State of Wyoming. His research interests include agent-based modeling and computational economics, environmental and natural resource economics, trade and development, experimental and behavioral economics, and sports economics.
Contributions from graduate students are presented and documents are available for download.
Mark A. Newcomb, "A Carbon Dioxide Pipeline Network for Wyoming."
Benjamin R. Cook, "Essays on Carbon Policy and Enhanced Oil Recovery."
Crystal McDonough, Rural Law Center Wind Energy Project, "Condemning the Wind: Eminent Domain Issues for Wind Collector Systems."
Benjamin A. Kinney and Brian J. Marvel, "Defining Wind Rights in Wyoming: A Practical Solution," Task Force on Wind Energy of the Wyoming Legislature, October 8, 2009.
Alisa Sergiivna Puchkova, "The economics and environmental impacts of compressed natural gas use in vehicles," M.S. Thesis, Department of Economics and Finance.
Xiaoli Zheng, "The economics and environmental impacts of the Chinese iron and steel industry," M.S. Thesis, Department of Economics and Finance.