David C. Warren

Public Affairs Ph.D. Candidate

Phone:
(202) 384-4403
Email:
dcwarren@indiana.edu
Campus:
IU Bloomington

Résumé/CV

SPEA 412
1315 E. Tenth Street
Bloomington, IN
47405

Education

  • Ph.D., Public Affairs, Indiana University, (expected 2016)
  • M.S., Environmental Economics, The Ohio State University, 2004
  • B.A., Economics and Environmental Policy, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, 2002

Biography

  • Associate Instructor, Indiana University, 2015
  • Research assistant, Indiana University, 2009-14
  • Research analyst, The Brookings Institution, 2004-09

Courses Taught

  • Urban Problems and Solutions

Selected Publications

  • “An Energy-Economy Econometric Model for Conducting State-Level Energy Policy Analysis,” (with Z.A. Wendling, B. M. Rubin, S. R. Carley, and K.R. Richards) Energy Economics (Second revise and resubmit)
  • “Estimating State and Sub-State Economic Effects of a Carbon Dioxide Tax Policy: An Application of a New Multi-Region Energy-Economy Econometric Model,”  (with Z.A. Wendling, J. Bower-Bir, H. Fields, K.R. Richards, S.R. Carley, and B.M. Rubin),  Regional Science Policy and Practice (2015)
  • “Predictors and Attitudes Toward Carbon Capture and Storage Using Data on World Views and CCS-Specific Attitudes,” (with S.R. Carley, R.M. Krause, J.A. Rupp, and J.D. Graham),  Science and Public Policy 41(6): 821-834 (2014)
  • “On the Importance of Strengthening Moderate Beliefs in Climate Science to Foster Support for Immediate Action,” (with Z.A. Wendling, S.Z. Attari, S.R. Carley, R.M. Krause, J.A. Rupp, and J.D. Graham), Sustainability 5(12): 5153-5170 (2013)
  • “Not in (or Under) my Backyard: Geographic Proximity and Public Acceptance of Carbon Capture and Storage Facilities,” (with R.M.Krause, S. R. Carley, J.A. Rupp, and J. D. Graham) Risk Analysis 34(3): 529-540 (2013)
  • “Early Public Impressions of Terrestrial Carbon Capture and Storage in a Coal-Intensive State,” (S.R. Carley, R.M. Krause, J. A. Rupp, and J. D. Graham) Environmental Science and Technology  46(13): 7086-7093 (2012)
  •  “The Relationship between Public Service Motivation and Performance,” (with L. Chen) Meta-Analysis for Public Management and Policy (E. Ringquist and M. Anderson, eds.)  New York: John Wiley and Sons (2012)
  • “MetroPolicy: Shaping a New Federal Partnership for a Metropolitan Nation,” (with M. Muro, B. Katz, and S. Rahman) Washington: The Brookings Institution (2008)
  • “The Economics of Low-Head Dam Removal: A Case Study on the Salmon River in Fort Covington, New York,” (with F.J. Hitzhusen) , Economic Valuation of River System (F. J. Hitzhusen, ed.), pp. 67–85. Edward Elgar (2007)

Research Interests

Environmental policy analysis, energy policy, spatial analysis, GIS, public program evaluation

Dissertation

An Empirical Examination of Carbon Tax Effects at National, State, and Local Levels using Meta-Analysis and an Econometric Energy-Economy Model

Committee: Barry Rubin (chair), Kenneth Richards, Sanya Carley, Justin Ross

Presentations

  • Rubin, Barry, Sanya Carley, Kenneth Richards, Zachary Wendling, David C. Warren, and Henry Fields. “The Indiana Scalable Energy-Economy Model: The Substate Effect of Carbon Dioxide Taxes.” Paper presented at the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management. Albuquerque, NM: November 2014.

  • Warren, David C. “Estimating County-Level Energy Consumption: Testing Three Methods Using California Data.” Association for University Business and Economic Research. Portland, Oregon: October 12, 2014.

  • Wendling, Zachary A., David C. Warren, Jacob Bower-Bir, Henry Fields, Kenneth R. Richards, Sanya R. Carley, and Barry M. Rubin. “Estimating State and Sub-State Economic Effects of a Carbon Dioxide Tax Policy: An Application of a New Multi-Region Energy-Economy Econometric Model.” Paper and poster presented at the Association for University Business and Economic Research. Portland, Oregon: October, 2014.

  • Warren, David C. “Green Cities or Greenwashing?: An Evaluation of Tree City USA.” Poster presented at the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management. Washington, DC: November, 2013.

  • Rubin, Barry M., Timothy F. Slaper, David C. Warren, and Zachary A. Wendling. “Evaluating the Economic Impacts of Unnaturally High Natural Gas Prices: Policy Analysis of Substitute Natural Gas Pricing Subsidies.” Poster presented at the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management. Washington, DC: November, 2013.

  • Rubin, Barry, Zachary Wendling, David C. Warren, Sanya Carley, and Kenneth Richards. “Modeling the Impacts of State Energy Policies.” Paper presented at the U.S. Association for Energy Economics / International Association for Energy Economics Anchorage, AK: July, 2013.

  • Rubin, Barry, Zachary Wendling, David C. Warren, Sanya Carley, Kenneth Richards, and J.C. Randolph. “Evaluating the Impacts of State Energy Efficiency and Demand Side Management Policies.” Paper presented at the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management. Baltimore, MD: November, 2012.

  • Wendling, Zachary, Kenneth Richards, Barry Rubin, Sanya Carley, David C. Warren, Joanna Allerhand, and Sarah Batto. “Integrated Assessment of State Climate Policy.” Poster presented at the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management. Washington, DC: November, 2011.

  • Warren, David C. “Public Perceptions of Carbon Capture and Storage: Survey Evidence from Indiana.” Presentation at the U.S. Association for Energy Economics Conference. Washington, DC: October, 2011.

  • Wendling, Zachary, Kenneth Richards, Barry Rubin, Sanya Carley, David Warren, and Joanna Allerhand. “State-level Integrated Assessment: Energy Prices and Economic Responses.” Poster presented at the U.S. Association for Energy Economics Conference. Washington, DC: October, 2011.