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Graham Beattie - Loyola Marymount University. Los Angeles, CA, US

Graham Beattie Graham Beattie

Assistant Professor of Economics | Loyola Marymount University

Los Angeles, CA, UNITED STATES

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Biography

Graham Beattie is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at Loyola Marymount University. His research interests are in environmental economics, public economics, and the economics of education. In particular, much of his research focuses on how individuals form and act upon beliefs about environmental issues such as climate change, with a particular emphasis on analyzing the causes and effects of media coverage.

He is also interested in the use of text-as-data in a wide range of applications.

Education (3)

University of Toronto: MA, Economics 2009

University of Toronto: Ph.D., Economics 2016

McGill University: BA, Economics 2008

Areas of Expertise (4)

Applied Microeconomics

Public Economics

Environmental Economics

Political Economy

Languages (2)

  • English
  • French

Event Appearances (17)

Association of Environmental and Resource Economists Summer Meeting

2019  Miami, FL

Wilfrid Laurier University

2018  

Southern Methodist University

2018  

MacEwan University

2018  

Canadian Economics Association Annual Meeting

2018  

Association of Environmental and Resource Economists Summer Meeting

2017  

Midwest Energy Fest

2017  

Loyola Marymount University

2018  

University of Akron

2017  

University of Notre Dame

2017  

NBER Summer Institute

2017  

Southern Economics Association Annual Meeting

2017  

Canadian Economic Association Annual Meeting

2015  

Camp Resources Workshop

2015  

Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Conference (discussant)

2017  

Canadian Early Career Workshop in Environmental Economics

2016  Unversity of Ottawa

Association of Environmental and Resource Economists Summer Meeting

2015  

Research Grants (2)

Learning about sustainability: Social learning via solar panel adoption

Mascaro Center for Sustainable Innovation $21465

2016 (with Andrea La Nauze)

Couded Judgement: Air Pollution and Decision Making in China

Social Science Research Initiative $35,300

2016 (with Iza Ding and Andrea La Nauze)

Courses (2)

Econ 3100

Intermediate Microeconomics

Econ 4160

Environmental Economics

Articles (3)

What Sets College Drivers and Thrivers Apart: A Contrast in Study Habits, Attititudes, and Mental Health Economic Letters

(2019)

178:50-53
with Jean-William P. Lalaberte, Catherine Michaud-Leclerc, and Philip Oreopoulos

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Thrivers and Divers: Using Non-Academic Measures to Predict College Success and Failure Economics of Education Review

(2018)

62: 170-182
with Jean-William P. Laliberte and Philip Oreopoulos

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Biased Media in an Unbiased Market Economics Bulletin

(2017)

37(4): 246-258

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