Jason Shogren is the Stroock Professor of Natural Resource Conservation and Management and professor of economics at the University of Wyoming. His research examines the behavioral underpinnings of public policy, especially for environmental and natural resources. Before returning to his alma mater, he taught at Iowa State, Yale, and Appalachian State. Shogren is a foreign member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Previously, he served as the King Carl XVI Gustafs Professor of Environmental Sciences, the senior economist for environmental and natural resources on the Council of Economic Advisers in the White House, a member of Wyoming's Environmental Quality Council, and a lead author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007. Shogren is the editor of Resources and Energy Economics. Recent publications include Experimental Auctions (Cambridge), Environmental Economics, 2nd ed. (Palgrave), and Fat Economics! (Oxford); and essays on environmental, experimental, and paleoeconomics.
· The Benefits and costs of the Kyoto Protocol
· Climate Change Policy, in:
· Painting the White House Green
· "Linking Adaptation and Mitigation in Climate Change Policy," Climatic Change (with S. Kane) 45(1): 75-102, April 2000.
· "Integrating Mitigation and Adaptation as Possible Responses to Global Climate Change," Environment 45, 2003, 28-38 (with T. Wilbanks, S. Kane, P. Leiby, R. Perlack, C. Settle, and J. Smith).
· "Assessing mitigation-adaptation scenarios for reducing catastrophic climate risk," Climatic Change (with C. Settle and S. Kane) 2007.