Corbett Grainger receives Vilas Faculty Early Career Investigator Award

image.aae.wiscCorbett Grainger, an assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, was recently selected to receive a Vilas Faculty Early Career Investigator Award. The award provides $100,000 in flexible research funds over two academic years.

Grainger specializes in environmental and natural resource economics, with a research emphasis on the distributional effects of regulations, property rights and institutions.

He is an faculty affiliate at SAGE in The Nelson Institute, the Optimization group at the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, the Center for Demography and Ecology, and the Global Health Institute.