- School of Economics
Before attending Georgia Tech, Tony received a dual Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Physics at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in Troy, NY. At RPI he focused on computational mathematics and operations research, developing a strong foundation for his current research. At Tech, his research is in the field of climate, environmental, and energy economics with a focus on innovative technologies and spatial analyses. Specifically, he is interested in strategic responses in a global climate policy setting and the impact of geoengineering technologies on climate change policy and governance. Tony was also a visiting scholar at the University of California, San Diego’s school of Global Policy and Strategy, working as part of their Deep Decarbonization Initiative.
- Climate Economics
- Environmental Economics
- Energy Economics
- ECON-2100: Economics and Policy
- ECON-2106: Prin of Microeconomics