215 Kirby Hall
Research Interests: Environmental, Labor, Energy, Public
View CV – 2017 (PDF)
Mark Curtis received his Ph.D. in Economics from Georgia State University in 2014. Prior to that, he received his M.A. in Economics from Duke University in 2009 and his B.A. in Religion and Spanish from Furman University in 2004. From 2013 to 2014 he was a Visiting Scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. His primary fields are environmental and labor economics and he has particular interest in program evaluation and energy policy.
Mark lives in Winston-Salem with his wife, Lindley, his two children, Claire and Wesley and his rambunctious dog, Charlie.
B.A. – Furman University
M.A. – Duke University
Ph.D. – Georgia State University
Econ: 150: Introdution to Economics
Econ: 241: Natural Resource Economics
Econ 209: Econometrics
- “Evidence of an ‘Energy Management Gap’ in U.S. Manufacturing: Spillovers from Firm Management Practices to Energy Efficiency.” (with Boyd, G.) Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. 2014, 68(3), 463–479.
- Who Loses under Power Plant Cap and Trade Programs? Estimating the Impact of the NOx Budget Trading Program on Manufacturing Employment
- “Evaluating Workplace Mandates with Flows versus Stocks: An Application to California Paid Family Leave.” Southern Economic Journal. 2016, 83(2), 501-526.