David Johnson

David Johnson

Assistant Professor // Political Science
Faculty

Curriculum vitae


Office and Contact

Room: GRIS 290

Email: davidjohnson@purdue.edu

Phone: 765-494-7122


Assistant Professor of Political Science and Industrial Engineering

Ph.D., Policy Analysis, Pardee RAND Graduate School, 2013
MASt, Mathematics, University of Cambridge (UK), 2005
B.S., Mathematics, North Carolina State University, 2003

 

Specializations

Public Policy
Environmental Politics

 

Research Summary

Dr. Johnson’s work relates to the development of simulation models, economic analysis, and decision support tools to improve environmental policy and adaptation to climate change. He emphasizes uncertainty analysis and the assessment of tradeoffs between competing objectives. He is the lead developer of the flood risk model used to evaluate flood protection systems for Louisiana’s 50-year, $50 billion Comprehensive Master Plan for a Sustainable Coast. He also studies topics such as the potential for bioenergy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, water scarcity management, and the long-run sustainability of agricultural practices.

 

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