Noah Dormady

Assistant Professor in Public Affairs
Faculty Affiliate

Professor Dormady’s research focuses on energy and environmental policy and economics. Specifically, his work focuses on how the design of energy and environmental markets can produce more efficient and sustainable systems. This includes analyses of how deregulated energy markets interact with pollution control markets. He also conducts research on the economics and public policy of terrorism and natural hazards. This includes how businesses and economic systems can be more resilient to systemic shocks.

Areas of Expertise
  • Energy Policy
  • Environmental Policy
  • Collaborative Governance
  • Terrorism and Natural Hazards

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