Samuel Stolper is a postdoctoral associate of the MIT Department of Economics, the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research, and the MIT Energy Initiative. In September 2017, he will become Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan, School of Natural Resources and Environment. Sam completed his PhD in Public Policy at Harvard University in May 2016, with primary fields in environmental economics and public finance. He has previously worked for Resources for the Future, the World Bank, and Harvard's Center for International Development. In addition to research and teaching, Sam currently writes articles for Sense and Sustainability.
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