Corbett Grainger

Associate Professor

Agriculture & Applied Economics

College of Letters & Sciences

Corbett Grainger’s research interests are primarily in the area of environmental and natural resource economics, with an emphasis on the distributional effects of regulations, property rights and institutions. His current work studies the effects of environmental regulations on different demographic groups, the political economy of environmental policies, and the economic and ecological effects of rights-based management in marine fisheries.

  • Environmental and natural resource economics
  • Distributional effects of environmental policies
  • Property rights in common pool resources