Murphy-Economics Seminar: Richard Sweeney

The Murphy Institute Economics Seminar series

Associate Professor of Economics at Boston College

Tilton Hall
Room 305
Sponsored by:
The Murphy Institute

Event Description

Each semester The Murphy Institute sponsors a series of seminars organized by the Tulane Department of Economics that provides an opportunity for faculty, researchers, and economists to present their latest research and pressing issues related to topics in economics.

Richard Sweeney is Associate Professor in the Economics Department at Boston College. His research interests lie at the intersection of industrial organization, environmental economics and energy policy. He studied economics and political science at Boston College as an undergraduate and received his Ph.D. in Public Policy from Harvard University. Sweeney studied post-Communist transition at C.E.R.G.E. in the Czech Republic on a Fulbright scholarship and spent two years as a research assistant at Resources for the Future, where his research involved electricity regulation, climate policy design and the economics of renewable energy.

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Open to the Tulane community
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