Professor of Economics
Gadomski Chair of Economics
Ph.D., Economics, University of California (Berkeley)
B.A., Economics and Mathematics, Indiana University (Bloomington)
Countries across the globe now use emissions-trading systems as a policy to cost-effectively reduce pollution. But what incentives do these tradable-permit markets offer companies to invest in advanced pollution-abatement technology? Purdue University’s Tim Cason, the Gadomski Chair of Economics at the Krannert School of Management, is addressing that question through experimental economics.
Experimental Economics and Emissions Trading
Video by Tim Cason for the Purdue Research Center in Economics