Gregory Casey

Visiting Scholar in Population Studies
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Gregory Casey is an assistant professor of economics at Williams College. He is a macroeconomist whose research focuses on the economic consequences of climate change and the effectiveness of climate policy. He received a PhD in Economics from Brown University, an MS in Economic Development Policy from the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies at the University of the West Indies, and a BA in Economics and Mathematics from Hamilton College.

Selected Publications:

“Energy Efficiency and Directed Technical Change: Implications for Climate Change Mitigation,” forthcoming at Review of Economic Studies.

“Projecting the impacts of temperature change:  The role of macroeconomic dynamics” forthcoming at IMF Economic Review (with Stephie Fried and Ethan Goode).

“Historical Instruments and Contemporary Endogenous Regressors,” Journal of Development Economics (2021): 102586. (with Marc Klemp).

“The Impact of Climate Change on Fertility,” Environmental Research Letters (2019) 14: 054007. (with Soheil Shayegh, Juan Moreno-Cruz, Martin Bunzl, Oded Galor, and Ken Caldeira).

“Is faster economic growth compatible with reductions in carbon emissions? The role of diminished population growth," Environmental Research Letters (2017) 12: 014003. (with Oded Galor).

Scholarly Interests

Environmental macroeconomics, Economic growth

Affiliated Departments

Department of Economics