William Allen Brock

1984-2011 Department of Economics University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
"William Brock"


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David Gale grad student 1969 UC Berkeley
 (On Existence of Weakly Maximal Programs in a Multi-Sector Economy)


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Giacomo Rondina grad student UW Madison
Raymond J. Deneckere grad student 1983 UW Madison (Econometree)
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Brock W, Xepapadeas A. (2020) The Economy, Climate Change and Infectious Diseases: Links and Policy Implications. Environmental & Resource Economics. 1-14
Barnett M, Brock WA, Hansen LP. (2020) Pricing Uncertainty Induced by Climate Change Review of Financial Studies. 33: 1024-1066
Brock W, Xepapadeas A. (2020) Regional climate policy under deep uncertainty: robust control and distributional concerns Environment and Development Economics. 1-28
Brock W, Xepapadeas A. (2019) Regional Climate Change Policy Under Positive Feedbacks and Strategic Interactions Environmental and Resource Economics. 72: 51-75
Cai Y, Brock WA, Xepapadeas A, et al. (2018) Climate Policy under Cooperation and Competition between Regions with Spatial Heat Transport National Bureau of Economic Research
Brock WA, Haslag JH. (2018) Two Approaches To Modeling Uncertainty: How Did Uncertainty Affect The Economy During And After The Great Recession? The Singapore Economic Review. 1850031
Brock WA, Xepapadeas A. (2017) Climate Change Policy Under Polar Amplification European Economic Review. 94: 263-282
Bentley RA, Brock WA, Caiado CC, et al. (2016) Evaluating reproductive decisions as discrete choices under social influence. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 371
Caiado CC, Brock WA, Bentley RA, et al. (2016) Fitness landscapes among many options under social influence. Journal of Theoretical Biology
Assenza T, Brock WA, Hommes CH. (2016) Animal spirits, heterogeneous expectations, and the amplification and duration of crises Economic Inquiry
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