Daniel M. Sullivan is a Fellow at Resources for the Future and member of the VALUABLES Consortium Working Group. His research focuses on the effects of local air pollution on health and economic activity, how effective air quality regulations are, and how different demographic groups benefit from these regulations. His recent work uses satellite-based data on ground-level pollution to explore how clean air regulations can be more efficiently implemented.
- PhD in economics, Harvard University, 2016
- BS in economics and mathematics, Brigham Young University, 2010