John Timothy Taber
Email: jtt24 [at] cornell.edu [dot] edu
I am a Ph.D. Candidate in the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University. My research interests include energy, environmental and behavioral economics. My current research is focused on examining the costs and effects of proposed carbon and pollution abatement policies using a reduced network model of the northeastern United States and eastern Canadian power grid.
Ph.D., Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University. Expected May 2012.
Dissertation Committee: William Schulze (co-chair), Antonio Bento (co-chair), Gregory Poe, Benjamin Ho
M.S., Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University. May 2006.
Thesis:"Examining the Effects of Deregulation on Retail Electricity Prices."
Thesis Committee: L. Duane Chapman (chair), Timothy Mount.
B.A., Economics, The Ohio State University. June 2002.
B.S., Physics, The Ohio State University. June 2002.