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Carson Reeling

Agricultural Economics 

  • Assistant Professor

Dr. Reeling specializes in environmental and natural resource economics. His research focuses on managing endogenous environmental risks in strategic settings where an individual’s risk depends on others’ behavior. Additional work explores the design of environmental markets when abatement activities affect multiple pollutants in multiple environmental media simultaneously. Reeling holds a Ph.D. in Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics from Michigan State University.

Awards & Honors

(2015) Outstanding Service Award. Michigan State University Environmental Science & Policy Program.

(2011) Environmental Science and Policy Graduate Recruiting Fellowship. Michigan State University.

(2011) Outstanding M.S. Thesis Award. Purdue University Department of Agricultural Economics.

Selected Publications

Verdier, V., & Lupi, F. (in press). Valuing Goods Allocated via Dynamic Lottery. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists.

Reeling, C. J., Horan, R. D., & Garnache, C. (2020). Multi-Pollutant Point-Nonpoint Trading with Participation Decisions: The Role of Transaction Costs. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 102(2), 625-540.

Melstrom, R., Reeling, C. J., Gupta, L., Miller, S. R., Zhang, Y., & Lupi, F. (2019). Economic damages from a worst-case oil spill in the Straits of Mackinac. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 45(6), 1130-1141.

Reeling, C. J., Palm-Forster, L. H., & Melstrom, R. (2019). Policy Instruments and Incentives for Coordinated Habitat Conservation. Environmental and Resource Economics, 73(3), 791-813.

Reeling, C. J., Garnache, Cloe, & Horan, R. (2018). Efficiency gains from integrated multipollutant trading. Resource and Energy Economics, 52, 124--136.

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