Kristin Jones, Associate Professor of Economics

227 Golisano Hall
607 431-4941

Areas of expertise:
Industrial organization, public economics, mathematical economics, environmental economics, law and economics, education policy.
Ph.D., University of Connecticut at Storrs

Recent courses taught

  • Microeconomic theory
  • Industrial organization
  • Game theory
  • Principles of microeconomics

Selected publications

  • Jones, Kristin Roti and Joel P. Corona, (2008) “An Ambient Tax Approach to Invasive Species” Ecological Economics, 64(3), 534 – 541.
  • Segerson, Kathleen and Kristin Roti Jones (2004) “Do Voluntary Approaches to Climate Change Lead to Efficient Environmental Protection? In A. Baranzini and P. Thalmann, eds., Voluntary Approaches in Climate Policy, Edward Elgar.

College service and professional affiliations

  • Honors Program Co-chair
  • Former Chair, Economics Department
  • Former member, Faculty Council
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