John C. Strandholm
- Ph.D., Washington State University, Expected May 2017.
- Dissertation: “Pollution Abatement R&D Investment Under Different Market Structures and Regulatory Regimes”
- Advisor: Ana Espinola-Arredondo
- M.S., Economics, University of Wyoming, 2013.
Thesis title: “Tax and Subsidy Incidence in Negotiations.”
- B.A., Mathematics, Minor in Economics, University of Wyoming, 2011.
- Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
- Industrial Organization
- Game Theory
- Applied Econometrics
- Strandholm, John C. and Ana Espinola-Arredondo, “Spillover Effects of Green Technology Investment in the Face of Entry,” 2016 (in submission, job market paper).
- Strandholm, John C., A. Espinola-Arredondo, and F. Munoz-Garcia, “Regulation, Free-Riding Incentives, and Investment in R&D with Spillover,” 2016 (in submission).
- Phillips, Owen R., B.R. Cook, J.C. Strandholm, C.T. Bastian, and D.J. Menkhaus, “Experimental Tests on Tax and Subsidy Incidence in Negotiations,” 2016.
Work in Progress
- Strandholm, John C. “Incentives to Invest in Green Technology Under Different Policies: Quotas vs. Fees,” 2016.
Berry, Kevin, A.R. Delmond, R. Morin-Chasse, J.C. Strandholm, and J. Shogren, “Social Preferences and Institution Types,” 2015.
Instructor — Washington State University
- EconS 425 — Industrial Organization, Spring 2016 — First half of course, Syllabus
- EconS 527 — Master’s Microeconomic Analysis II, Fall 2015 — First half of course
Teaching Assistant — Washington State University
- EconS 311 — Econometrics, Spring 2017 — Responsible for weekly lab sessions and Global Campus (online) development, Syllabus.
- EconS 311 — Econometrics, Fall 2016 — Responsible for weekly lab sessions, 4.4 (out of 5) average overall teaching evaluation, Evaluation, Syllabus.
- EconS 311 — Econometrics, Fall 2015 — 4.2 (out of 5) average overall teaching evaluation, teaching Evaluation 1, Evaluation 2.
- EconS 311 — Econometrics, Spring 2015 – Fall 2015 — Global Campus (online) development.
- EconS 500 — Macroeconomic Theory I, Fall 2014.
- EconS 425 — Industrial Organization, Spring 2014.
- EconS 330 — Natural Resource Economics, Fall 2013 — Syllabus.
Lectures — Washingthon State University
- EconS 500 — Macroeconomic Theory I (Ph.D. level), Fall 2014 — two lectures
Lectures — University of Wyoming
- ECON 1200 — Economics, Law, and Government, Fall 2011-Spring 2012 — two lectures
Research Assistant — University of Wyoming
- Dr. Owen Phillips, Fall 2012 – Spring 2013
- Cory Walters and Lia Nogueira Scholarship, Washington State University, 2016
- Rocky Mountain Power Graduate Scholarship in Economics, University of Wyoming, 2011
- Joseph C. and Katherine A. Drew Scholarship, University of Wyoming, 2011
- Joe and Arlene Watt Scholarship in Honor of Elliott Hays, University of Wyoming, 2011
213 Hulbert Hall
School of Economic Sciences
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-6210