Adam E. Theising

Welcome!

I am an environmental economist in the US EPA's Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention.

I maintain this website for personal research and data science work. (Any views herein are mine and not necessarily those of my employer.)

Personal-wise: When not working in front of a screen, you'll find me outside.

Email: theising.adam [at] epa.gov  /  Tele: 202 _ 564 _ 2606



Research papers

Using urban migration flows to infer nonmarket amenity value (draft available on request)
A. Theising, D. Phaneuf, R&R @ JAERE, 2020.
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What types of information make airborne lead pollution salient to homeowners and who does it cost? National evidence from US airports (draft available on request)
A. Theising, 2021.
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Lead pipes, prescriptive policy, and property values
A. Theising, Env Res Econ, 2019.
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Some projects in progress: inferring amenity perception and preferences from a survey of recent movers; water quality and rec demand; air quality, infrastructure and remote sensing in India
Policy papers

The macroeconomic impact of structural policies on labour market outcomes in OECD countries: a reassessment
P. Gal, A. Theising, OECD Working Paper, 2015



Teaching materials

AAE875: Fundamentals of OOP and Data Analytics using Python, graduate, Summer 2019

AAE343: Environmental Economics, undergraduate, Spring 2019

AAE637: Applied Econometric Analysis II, graduate, Spring 2018

MPP: data

SEDAC 2010 population: raster