I am an environmental economist at the National Center for Environmental Economics in the US Environmental Protection Agency. My main research activities tend to be split between policy analysis/tool development using computable general equilibrium models and understanding the standards for regulating and implications of changes in ambient air pollution.
General interests: computational, environmental, and natural resource economics, GAMS, R, emacs.
PhD, Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2018
BA, Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2012 (with Distinction)
Email me at: schreiber[dot]andrew[at]epa[dot]gov.
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