Waxman, Andrew Robert | LBJ School of Public Affairs | The University of Texas at Austin
Education
  • Ph.D., Applied Economics & Management, Cornell University
  • M.Sc., Economics for Development, Oxford University
  • BA, Economics, Stanford University
Research Areas
  • Environmental Economics
  • Urban Economics
  • Applied Econometrics
Teaching Areas
  • Economics
  • Environmental and Energy Policy
  • Quantitative Methods

Andrew Waxman is an applied microeconomist examining the relationship between environmental outcomes, urban policies and inequality. Much of his work consists in trying to think about how household location decisions of place of work and residence have implications for levels of emissions from home electricity usage as well as from commuting using personal vehicles. The link between these sectors has important implications for the design of cities and for understanding the full effects of policies targeting housing or transportation. Waxman has also studied real-time pricing of congested freeways in Los Angeles and has worked on research exploring how public transportation capacity in cities affects the welfare of high- and low-skilled workers.

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NewsMay 11, 2018
New faculty join LBJ School of Public Affairs

The LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin welcomes several new faculty appointments for the 2018 summer and 2018-19 academic year. New faculty specializations span policy areas and include national security, public management, economics and philanthropy.

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