Advancement to Candidacy Presentation: Ken Bao, PhD Candidate
Ken Bao, University of California, Santa Barbara
Ken Bao is a fourth-year student in the Economics PhD program at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is interested in Environmental and Resource Economics, and his current work focuses on the regulation of non-point source pollution using group-based policies. He also is exploring the effects that environmental policies have on innovation in green technologies. When not busy doing research, he ventures outdoors, enjoying hiking nearby trails, taking sunset beach walks with his dog, or playing basketball. He considers himself a big foodie and enjoys cooking.
Ken Bao will be presenting his Advancement to Candidacy paper, "Non-point Source Pollution and Ambient Taxes: Free Riding Incentives and Sequential Play." To access the Advancement paper, you must have an active UCSB NetID and password.
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