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School of Energy Resources Professor of Economics

Dr. Timothy Considine is an SER Professor of Economics in the Department of Economics and Finance. He received his Ph.D. from Cornell University. His research on petroleum market analysis has been published in the top economics journals. Recently, The Cato Institute published his paper exploring management policy issues facing the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve, and the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve currently uses his econometric model of world crude oil markets to estimate the market impacts of various management policies. Dr. Considine also worked as an economist at Bank of America, and as the lead analyst for natural gas deregulation on the U.S. Congressional Budget Office.


Economics and Finance

College of Business

Timothy Considine
School of Energy Resources Professor of Energy Economics

PhD, Cornell University
MS, Purdue University
BA, Loyola University

Curriculum Vitae

Research Interests: Energy Economics, ENR, Industrial Organization, Applied Econometrics

Teaching: Oil: Business, Culture, and Power; Energy Economics and Public Policy (MBA Program)

Select Publications:

“The effectiveness of home energy audits: a case study of Jackson, Wyoming” with O. Sapci, Resource and Energy Economics, 44, (2016), 52-70. 

“Economic and environmental impacts of fracking: a case study of the Marcellus shale,” with N. Considine, and R. Watson, International Review of Resource and Environmental Economics, 9, 3-4, (2016), 209-244.

“The cost of solar-centric renewable portfolio standards and reducing coal power generation using Arizona as a case study,” with E.J. Manderson, Energy Economics, 49, (2015), 402-419.

“The Link Between Environmental Attitudes and Energy Consumption, with Onur Sapci, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 523, (2014), 29-34.

“The Role of Energy Conservation and Natural Gas Prices in the Costs of Achieving California’s Renewable Energy Goals,” with E. Manderson, Energy Economics, 44, (2014), 291-301.

“The Environmental Performance and Cost of Innovative Technologies for Ductile Iron Foundry Production,” with R. Torielli, F. Canon, J, R. Voigt, International Journal of Metal Casting, 8, 1, (2014) 37-48.

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School of Energy Resources Professor of Economics

Dr. Timothy Considine is an SER Professor of Economics in the Department of Economics and Finance. He received his Ph.D. from Cornell University. His research on petroleum market analysis has been published in the top economics journals. Recently, The Cato Institute published his paper exploring management policy issues facing the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve, and the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve currently uses his econometric model of world crude oil markets to estimate the market impacts of various management policies. Dr. Considine also worked as an economist at Bank of America, and as the lead analyst for natural gas deregulation on the U.S. Congressional Budget Office.


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