Dr. Carolyn Kousky
Dr. Carolyn Kousky is a university fellow at RFF and executive director at the Wharton Risk Management and Decision Processes Center at the University of Pennsylvania. Kousky’s research has examined multiple aspects of disaster insurance markets.
Common Resources — Feb 16, 2017
An Ounce of Prevention: New RFF Podcast on Federal Flood Expenditures
In this podcast, RFF Fellow Carolyn Kousky discusses how federal government can better target its expenditures to prevent damage from floods.
Common Resources — Jun 8, 2022
Now’s the Time: How States Can Take Advantage of High Energy Prices
Prices of coal, oil, and natural gas are spiking. Although high energy costs hurt consumers, the situation offers an opportunity for energy-producing states to invest windfall tax revenues and make communities more economically resilient in the long term.