Felipe Gómez Trejos is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics at Tulane University. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from Arizona State University in 2023.
As an applied microeconomist, Felipe studies the welfare and distributional consequences of taxation, industry regulation, market design, and environmental policy for energy markets. To this end, his research blends a variety of empirical techniques and structural methods to understand the consequences of government intervention on firm-level production and investment decisions in the energy sector.
- Energy and Environmental Economics
- Public Economics
- Economics of Regulation
- Market Design