A.B., International Business and German, William Jewell College
M.S., Economics, Iowa State University
Ph.D., Economics, Iowa State University
My current research interests include issues of pollution permit market design, mitigating uncertainty in agricultural soil carbon offsets, and applying innovative solution techniques to problems of non-point water pollution.
Sergey Rabotyagov is currently accepting Master of Science and Ph.D. students who are self-funded through fellowships or other external funding.
- ESRM 235 | Introduction to Environmental Economics (5) - Spring
- ESRM 235 | Introduction to Environmental Economics (5) - Summer
- ESRM 465 | Economics of Conservation (3) - Autumn
- SEFS 509 | Analysis of Research Problems (3) - Winter
Current Sponsored Projects
Bose, B., & Rabotyagov, S. 2018. Provision of public goods using a combination of lottery and a provision point. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 73, 99-115.
Rabotyagov, S. S., Valcu-Lisman, A. M., & Kling, C. L. 2016. Resilient Provision of Ecosystem Services from Agricultural Landscapes: Trade-offs Involving Means and Variances of Water Quality Improvements. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 98(5), 1295-1313
Rabotyagov S, T. Campbell, M. White, J. Arnold, J. Atwood, L. Norfleet, C. Kling, P. Gassman, A. Valcu, J. Richardson, R. Turner, N. Rabalais. “Cost-Effective Targeting of Conservation Investments to Reduce the Northern Gulf of Mexico Hypoxic Zone,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2014 doi: 10.1073/pnas.1405837111