Nelson Hall 4223A
Casey Rozowski is a doctoral student in Economics at NC State University. His primary research interests include energy economics, natural resource economics, and econometrics. Within energy economics, Casey is currently researching changes in fossil fuel electricity generation using machine learning. He is also researching the health effects from air pollutant exposure and the role of renewable energy. In natural resource economics, Casey is currently researching partially observable Markov decision processes in adaptive harvest management. He is also performing joint research with the U.S. Geological Survey on adaptive management programs for both invasive and endangered species.
Dissertation Chair: Harrison Fell