Chris Moore, Adjunct Faculty

Chris Moore is an Economist at the Environmental Protection Agency where he conducts benefit-cost analysis on environmental regulation with an emphasis on non-market valuation. He has applied his expertise in economics and econometrics to evaluate national policies on climate change, invasive species, water quality, renewable energy, and toxic chemicals. He has published articles in peer-reviewed publications such as Environmental and Resource Economics, Land Economics, and Empirical Economics.

He received his Ph.D. in Economics from North Carolina State University in 2008.