Title: Baker Institute Rice Faculty Scholar | George and Cynthia Mitchell Professor in Sustainable Development
Office Phone: (713) 348-2129
Office Fax: 713-348-5278
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Ted Loch-Temzelides, Ph.D., is the George and Cynthia Mitchell Professor in Sustainable Development at the Department of Economics and a Rice faculty scholar at the Baker Institute. He has taught and given keynote and research seminars at numerous universities and conferences around the world. He has also worked and consulted for several institutions, including the Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank, the International Monetary Fund and the Central Bank of Portugal.
Temzelides' current research interests include the energy transition toward a sustainable economy, conservation agreements, maritime transportation and non-standard models of individual decision-making. His work has received funding from the National Science Foundation and has been published in several journals. Temzelides is on the editorial board of the journal Economic Theory, and he is a CESifo fellow. He has served as a vice-president of the board of directors of the French-American Chamber of Commerce–Houston Chapter, has written opinions for The Wall Street Journal, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Houston Chronicle and Forbes, and has appeared as a guest on Al-Jazeera and on China Central Television.
my research and publications
- 08/22/2014 - Employment Impacts of Upstream Oil and Gas Investment in the United States
- 08/26/2014 - Kurdish Oil and U.S. Leverage in Iraq
- 02/04/2020 - Mercantilism’s Groundhog Day: The U.S.-China Trade War and Some Regional Energy Market Implications
- 12/19/2019 - A Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Jones Act: Petroleum Product Tankers
- 11/13/2017 - Does Subsidizing Renewables Work?
- 09/28/2017 - The Jones Act: Friend Or Foe?
- 01/17/2017 - Executive Summary: Employment Impacts of Upstream Oil and Gas Investment in the United States
- 12/09/2015 - Paris, The Environment and Economic Growth
- 12/04/2015 - Robust Dynamic Energy Use and Climate Change
- 07/05/2015 - What's next for Greece?
- 05/07/2015 - Let the Greek Games End
- 11/29/2012 - Monetary Emissions Trading Mechanisms
- 07/16/2020 - Hurricane Risk Assessment of Petroleum Infrastructure
- 09/24/2010 - Innovation, Renewable Energy, and Macroeconomic Growth
- 01/24/2012 - New Alignments? The Geopolitics of Gas and Oil Cartels and the Changing Middle East
- 02/18/2012 - Closer union needed to avert the collapse of the eurozone
- 07/24/2020 - Ecology & economics for pandemic prevention