My research focuses primarily on Environmental and Energy Economics and Public Finance. I use a range of empirical tools to study questions related to environmental externalities, climate change, and natural resources.
2015-2020 Doctor of Philosophy in Economics (with distinction), Yale University
2014-2015 Master of Arts in Economics, University of British Columbia
2011-2014 Bachelor of Arts, First Class Joint Honors in Economics and Accounting, McGill University
Wagner, K. “Environmental Preferences and Consumer Behavior”. Economic Letters 149 (2016): 1-4.
“Adaptation and Adverse Selection in Markets for Natural Disaster Insurance”, Conditionally Accepted at American Economic Journal: Economic Policy
“Crowding In with Impure Altruism: Theory and Evidence from Volunteerism in National Parks” (with Matthew J. Kotchen), NBER WP #26445, Under Review