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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


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

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

Mason, Charles F. and Owen R. Phillips, “Imminent Entry and the Transition to Multimarket Rivalry: Messy Markets in a Laboratory Setting,” Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 2016 v. 25, pp. 1018-1039. 

Mason, Charles F., “Concentration Trends in the Gulf of Mexico Oil and Gas Industry,” Energy Journal 2015, v36(SI1), pp. 215-236.

Mason, Charles F., Lucija A. Muehlenbachs, and Sheila M. Olmstead, “The Economics of Shale Gas Development,” Annual Review of Resource Economics 2015, v. 7, pp. 269-289.

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