Kyle Meng stands at the shoreline wearing a dark sweater
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Kyle Meng

Associate Professor
Environmental Economics

Kyle Meng is an environmental and resource economist with training in engineering and atmospheric physics in the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management and the Department of Economics. He studies the consequences of environmental policies in terms of their efficacy, equity and efficiency. Meng serves as the co-director of the Climate & Energy Program at the Environmental Markets Lab (emLab). His work has explored the relationships between violence and food trade, developed tools to forecast the cost of climate policy, and uncovered the benefits of groundwater markets.