Integrating Hydrologic and Ecological Models
Economic analysis of water resource policy
Integrating hydrologic and ecological models into economic analysis of water resource policy
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Dr. Kuwayama’s research focuses on the economics of water resource management. He strives to conduct economic analysis that leads to effective and efficient policy solutions for three major problems related to water quality and scarcity:
- Inefficient water use in the agricultural sector;
- Tradeoffs across economic and ecosystem uses of water; and
- Wastewater management.
Dr. Kuwayama completed his bachelor’s degree in Economics at Amherst College and his MS and PhD in Economics and Agricultural and Applied Economics at University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign.