Casey Wichman is an assistant professor in the School of Economics at the Georgia Institute of Technology and a university fellow at Resources for the Future. He is an applied microeconomist working on issues at the intersection of environmental and public economics. His research focuses on how people interact with the natural and built environment, and what that behavior reveals about the value of environmental amenities. Wichman's research spans water and energy demand management, valuation of environmental resources and infrastructure, urban transportation, public goods provision, demand for outdoor recreation, climate policy, and assessing informational constraints in decision-making.
- PhD in agricultural and resource economics, University of Maryland, College Park, 2015
- MS in agricultural and resource economics, University of Maryland, College Park, 2014
- MS in economics, North Carolina State University, 2011
- BA in economics, cum laude, Ithaca College, 2009