Casey J. Wichman performs research at the intersection of environmental and public economics, with an emphasis on examining the ways in which individuals make decisions in response to environmental policies using quasi-experimental techniques. In particular, Wichman’s work analyzes the effectiveness of price and non-price interventions for water conservation, the role of information in the design of environmental policy, and the effect of water scarcity in the energy sector.
- 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