29 matches for Economist
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- Environmental Economists
Alternate Occupation Titles
- Economics Professor
- Agricultural Economist
- Applied Economics Professor
- Ecological Economist
- Energy Economist
- Environmental Economics Professor
- Environmental Economist
- Environmental Protection Economist
- Marine Resource Economist
- Natural Resource Economist
- Research Economist
- Resource Economics Professor
- Resource Economist
- Conduct economic analysis related to environmental protection and use of the natural environment, such as water, air, land, and renewable energy resources. Evaluate and quantify benefits, costs, incentives, and impacts of alternative options using economic principles and statistical techniques.
- Collect and analyze data to compare the environmental implications of economic policy or practice alternatives.
- Conduct research on economic and environmental topics, such as alternative fuel use, public and private land use, soil conservation, air and water pollution control, and endangered species protection.
- Conduct research to study the relationships among environmental problems and patterns of economic production and consumption.
- Demonstrate or promote the economic benefits of sound environmental regulations.
- Develop economic models, forecasts, or scenarios to predict future economic and environmental outcomes.
- Develop systems for collecting, analyzing, and interpreting environmental and economic data.
- Perform complex, dynamic, and integrated mathematical modeling of ecological, environmental, or economic systems.
- Prepare and deliver presentations to communicate economic and environmental study results, to present policy recommendations, or to raise awareness of environmental consequences.
- Teach courses in environmental economics.
- Write research proposals and grant applications to obtain private or public funding for environmental and economic studies.
- Write social, legal, or economic impact statements to inform decision makers for natural resource policies, standards, or programs.
- Write technical documents or academic articles to communicate study results or economic forecasts.
Detailed Work Activities
- Forecast economic, political, or social trends.
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