Regents Professor and Distinguished Professor of Agricultural Economics at Texas A&M University. Received B.S. in Business Statistics at the University of Colorado and Ph.D. in Management Science from Pennsylvania State University. My recent research efforts have largely involved policy analysis (mainly in climate change, climate change mitigation, ENSO analysis and Edwards Aquifer water) as well as the proper application of quantitative methods to such analyses. I teach graduate courses in applied mathematical programming and applied risk analysis.
Special Focus: Climate Change, Climate Change Mitigation, Water economics, Policy, Mathematical Programming.
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