- PhD, Economics, Cornell University, 2011
- BA, Mathematics, Carleton College, 2002
Dr. Lang's main research examines the value that people place on environmental amenities. Using data from the housing market, he examines the location choices that households make and the prices they are willing to pay to enjoy (or avoid) certain amenities. Additionally, Dr. Lang has research interests in spatial economics, energy, and climate change, and he frequently employs econometrics and GIS in his research.
- “Who Benefits from Environmental Regulation? Evidence from the Clean Air Act Amendments” (with Antonio Bento and Matthew Freedman), The Review of Economics and Statistics, forthcoming.
- “Do Weather Fluctuations Cause People to Seek Information about Climate Change?” Climatic Change, 2014.
- “The Windy City: Property Value Impacts of Wind Turbines in an Urban Setting” (with Jim Opaluch and George Sfinarolakis), Energy Economics, 2014.
- “Engineering Estimates versus Impact Evaluation of Energy Efficiency Projects: Regression Discontinuity Evidence from a Case Study” (with Matthew Siler), Energy Policy, 2013.
For publications, please visit http://works.bepress.com/corey_lang/