Anna Klis, Ph.D.
Education and Experience
Professor Klis earned her Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin (Dissertation Title: "Essays on Externalities and International Cooperation: A Game Theoretic Approach") in May 2015 and joined NIU the following August. Klis is a microeconomist who applies the techniques of game theory to questions of public economics and externalities. She is also a faculty associate with the NIU Institute for the Study of the Environment, Sustainability, and Energy and the School for Public and Global Affairs.
- Dynamic environmental externalities
- Hidden resource management
- International treaty mechanisms
- Over fishing
- Food-energy-water nexus
Areas of Specialization
- Game theory
- Public economics
- Environmental economics
Economics 491/591: Mathematical Methods for Economics
- "Early participants of Multilateral Environmental Agreements and Their Effect on Later Membership." Carroll Rand Proceedings, Vol. 6, 2011, pp. 238-251
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