Professor Linda Bui
Associate Professor of Economics
Linda Bui's research is specialized in environmental economics with a focus on the effectiveness of regulatory measures and their impact on wider economic outcomes. She has studied the effects of environmental regulation on labor demand and productivity, the consequences of toxic release reporting on infant mortality, and the effectiveness of voluntary regulatory measures on toxic pollution levels. She is a member of the EPA Science Advisory Board Council on Economy-wide Modeling and Environmental Justice, as well as a committee member for the EPA Scientific and Technical Achievement Award. Professor Bui teaches undergraduate statistics, environmental economics, and public finance, as well as Microeconomics at the PhD level.