Faculty and Staff
David L. Kelly
- Economic costs and benefits of environmental policy, especially climate change and growth, environmental policy in developing countries, and environmental regulation.
- Monetary economics and monetary policy including money and inflation, consumer response to Fed policy, and the relationship between Fed policy and the business cycle.
Teaching and Professional Experience
- Visiting Assistant Professor, University of California at Santa Barbara, Department of Environmental Science and Management, July 1996-1998
- Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics, Carnegie Mellon University, Graduate School of Industrial Administration, August 1994-May 1995
- Ph.D., Economics, Graduate School of Industrial Administration, Carnegie Mellon University, 1995
- M.S., Economics, Graduate School of Industrial Administration, Carnegie Mellon University, 1991
- B.S., Honors in Mathematical Economics, Wake Forest University, 1989
- Environmental Economics
- Monetary Economics and Policy