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Economics

College of Business

Charles F. Mason
H.A. "Dave" True, Jr. Professor of Petroleum and Natural Gas Economics

PhD (Economics), University of California, Berkeley
BA (Economics; Mathematics), University of California, Berkeley

Curriculum Vitae

Research Interests: ENR, Energy Economics, Industrial Organization, Applied Game Theory

Teaching: Game Theory, Economics of Uncertainty, Dynamic Optimization, Environmental and Resource Economics, and Industrial Organization, Oil and Gas Economics

Recent Publications:

Mason, Charles F. and Gavin Roberts, “Price Elasticity of Supply and Productivity: An Analysis of Natural Gas Wells in Wyoming,” Energy Journal 2018 forthcoming.

Heyes, Anthony, Andrew J. Leach and Charles F. Mason, “The Economics of Oil Sands.” Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 2018 forthcoming.

Oliver, Matt and Charles F. Mason, “Natural Gas Pipeline Regulation in the United States: Past, Present and Future” Foundations and Trends in Microeconomics, 2018 v. 11, pp. 227-289.

Mason, Charles F., Stephen Polasky and Nori Tarui, “Cooperation on Climate-Change Mitigation,” European Economic Review, 2017 v. 99, pp. 43-55. 

Mason, Charles F., “The U.S. Market for Uranium: 70 years of History,” Foundations and Trends in Microeconomics, 2017 v. 11, pp. 141-226.

Mason, Charles F. and Neil Wilmot, “Price Discontinuities in the Market for RINs,” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2016 v. 132 (Part B), pp. 79-97.


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