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Jared Carbone


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I am an Associate Professor at the Colorado School of Mines in the Division of Economics and Business and scientific advisor to the Frisch Centre for Economic Research.

My research focuses primarily on evaluating the economy-wide impacts of environmental regulations and the use of applied general equilibrium models to address these problems. I have written about international trade and regulatory responses to global warming, about environmental taxation and fiscal reform, and about how to model the demand for environmental quality and health in economy-wide benefit-cost assessments.

I completed a PhD in Economics at the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2003. Subsequently, I held a post-doctoral fellowship at the Center for Environmental and Resource Economics Policy at North Carolina State University from 2003 to 2005. I am also a proud graduate of Wesleyan University where I completed BA in Mathematics-Economics.

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I am a member of the program committee for the Joint Institute for Strategic Energy Analyisis in the National Center for Renewable Energy.

I am a member of the steering committee for the new Rocky Mountain Research Data Center at the University of Colorado, Boulder.

I am organizing a series of workshop on modeling transitional labor dynamics from environmental regulations in economy-wide models with the US EPA, National Center for Environmental Economics.

MEE alumn, Sul-Ki Lee, successfully defended his PhD dissertation and was hired into a research analyst position at the Korean Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade. Congrats, Sul-Ki!

I currently serve as a member of the editorial council for the Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists.

Selected Publications