Andrew Goodkind is an Assistant Professor of Economics at UNM. He received a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Minnesota, Department of Applied Economics in 2014. Andrew completed a postdoc at the University of Minnesota studying agricultural supply chains and associated environmental impacts. Andrew specializes in modeling and estimating the human health impacts of air pollution to evaluate and design air pollution reduction policies.
- Environmental economics
- Human health impact of air pollution
- Agricultural supply chains and externalities
- Market and welfare impacts of environmental regulations
- Environmental Economics
- Resource Economics
Thakrar, Sumil, Andrew L. Goodkind, Christopher W. Tessum, Julian D. Marshall and Jason D. Hill. 2018. “Life cycle air quality impacts on human health from potential switchgrass production in the United States,” Biomass and Bioenergy, forthcoming.
Smith, Timothy M., Andrew L. Goodkind, Taegon Kim, Rylie E.O. Pelton, Kyo Shu and Jennifer Schmitt. 2017. “Subnational mobility and consumption-based environmental accounting of US corn in animal protein and ethanol supply chains,” PNAS, 114 (38), E7891-E7899.
Marshall, Julian D., Joshua S. Apte, Jay S. Coggins and Andrew L. Goodkind. 2015. “Blue Skies Bluer?” Environmental Science & Technology, 49 (24), 13929-13936.
Goodkind, Andrew L. and Jay S. Coggins. 2015. “The Weitzman price corner,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 73, 1-12.
Goodkind, Andrew L., Jay S. Coggins and Julian D. Marshall. 2014. “A spatial model of air pollution: The impact of the concentration-response function,” Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 1 (4), 451-479.