Marc N. Conte is an associate professor in the economics department at Fordham University and a faculty research fellow at New York University. He was a visiting associate professor at the Yale School of the Environment in the spring of 2020. Prior to his arrival at Fordham, he was a post-doctoral research fellow at Stanford University, where he worked with the Natural Capital Project. While finishing his graduate studies at the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, as an advisee of Christopher Costello and a trainee in the NSF-funded IGERT Economics and Environmental Sciences program, he had a visiting position at Williams College.
Conte is an applied microeconomist whose research agenda covers several topics at the heart of environmental economics: public good provision, natural capital, natural disasters, and air pollution. He uses applied econometric techniques, applied theory, laboratory experiments, and randomized field experiments to explore policy-relevant questions of interest.
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