David Dole

Economist
National Center for Environmental Economics
United States Environmental Protection Agency

Research Interests:

Resource and environmental economics, forestry economics, production economics, statistics, applied econometrics, applied microeconometrics.

Role in Consortium:

Dole joined ECONorthwest, an economics and consulting firm, as an economist. Previously, Dole taught agricultural and resource economics at the University of Western Australia. His research has focused on applied microeconomics and econometrics of resource-management policy, including a U.S. EPA study on the impact of fuel-efficiency standards and several studies of forestry economics.

Phone:  202-260-9099
FAX:  202-260-5732
Email:  dole.david@epa.gov

Address:

U.S. EPA
1200 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, Code 1809
Washington, DC 20460

Educational Background:

Ph.D. - Economics, University of California at Berkeley
M.A. - Statistics, University of California at Berkeley
B.A. - Mathematics, magna cum laude, University of Oregon