Dissertation Defense: "Essays on the Distributional Effects of Carbon Taxes and Tipping," Jeffrey Cross
Jeffrey Cross, University of California, Santa Barbara
Jeffrey Cross's research focuses primarily on environmental policies and energy markets. His current research focuses on the distributional effects of carbon prices on consumers and producers of electricity. He works to combine economic theory with econometric techniques to better understand the impacts that policies have on markets. His research spans a wide-variety of contexts including: South Africa, Australia, and the United States. He also has a keen interest in sports and organizes department sporting events that include graduate students and faculty.
Join us to hear Jeffrey’s dissertation defense. He will be defending his dissertation, “Essays on the Distributional Effects of Carbon Taxes and Tipping" To access a copy of the dissertation, you must have an active UCSB NetID and password.
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