Department of Economics
Dolores Garrido, visiting professor of economics

Dolores Garrido

Job Title
Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics
Karp Hall 118

Research interests

My research interests are related to Environmental Economics, Consumer Economics, and Information Economics. More precisely, my current research combines both a theoretical approach and experimental and applied economics methods to provide a better understanding of how firms and consumers make decisions in different informational and uncertainty scenarios. My interest lies in environmentally friendly innovations and green labels, environmental policies, and pro-environmental behavior. I am also a passionate of Rural Development issues.

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Academic credentials

B.S., University of Wales; M.S., University of Cordoba, Spain; Ph.D, University of Cordoba (Rural Development); Ph.D., Washington State University (Economics)