Years at WID2013 - present
- B.A., Economics, German, Concordia College
- M.S., Applied Economics, University of Minnesota
- Ph.D., Economics, University of California–Santa Barbara
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.
- Grainger, Corbett and Christopher Costello. “Capitalizing Property Rights Insecurity in Natural Resource Assets” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.
- Grainger, Corbett and Dominic Parker. 2013. “The Political Economy of Fishery Reform” Annual Review of Resource Economics 5:369-86
- Grainger, Corbett. 2012. “The Distributional Effects of Pollution Regulations: Do Renters Fully Pay for Cleaner Air?“Journal of Public Economics 96(9-10):840-852
- Grainger, Corbett, and Charles Kolstad. 2010. “Who Pays a Price on Carbon?” Environmental and Resource Economics46(3):359-396
- Grainger, Corbett, and Charles Kolstad. “Distribution and Climate Change Policies.” in Cerda, Emilio, and Xavier Labandeira, ed. Climate Change Policies: Global Challenges and Future Prospects. Edgar Elver, 2010,
- Grainger, Corbett. 2010. ““Redistricting and Polarization: Who Draws the Lines in California?”” Journal of Law and Economics 53(3):545-567