Sergey Rabotyagov

Sergey Rabotyagov

Associate Professor
Environmental economics

Office: Anderson 123G
Phone: 206-685-3159 
Email: rabotyag@uw.edu


A.B., International Business and German, William Jewell College, 2000
M.S., Economics, Iowa State University, 2002
Ph.D., Economics, Iowa State University, 2007

My current research interests include issues of pollution permit market design, mitigating uncertainty in agricultural soil carbon offsets, and applying innovative solution techniques to problems of non-point water pollution.
Courses Taught:Quarter offered:
ESRM 235 Introduction to Environmental Economics (5)Spring
ESRM 235 Introduction to Environmental Economics (5)Summer
ESRM 465 Economics of Conservation (3)Autumn
SEFS 509 Analysis of Research Problems (3)Winter
Current Sponsored Research:
Analysis of Tradeoffs among Wetland Ecosystem Services in Le Sueur Watershed (South Minnesota)
Climate and Human Dynamics as Amplifiers of Natural Change: A Framework for Vulnerability Assessment and Mitigation Planning
Recent Publications:
Brent, D., and S. Rabotyagov. 2013. Land use change from biofuels derived from forest residue: a case of Washington State. Economics Research International, 12 p. doi: 10.1155/2013/836823 (in press)
Rabotyagov, S.S., A.M. Valcu, and C.L. Kling. 2013. Reversing the Property Rights: Practice-Based Approaches for Controlling Agricultural Nonpoint-Source Water Pollution When Emissions Aggregate Nonlinearly. American Journal of Agricultural Economics (in press)
Rabotyagov, S.S., and S. Lin. 2013. Small Forest Landowner Preferences for Working Forest Conservation Contract Attributes: A Case of Washington State, USA. Journal of Forest Economics (accepted)
Rabotyagov, S.S., Toth, S., and G. Ettl. 2013. Testing the design variables of ECOSEL: a market mechanism for forest ecosystem services. Forest Science, 19 p. doi: 10.5849/forsci.11-110 (in press)
Tóth, S., Könnyu, N., Ettl, G., Rogers, L., and S. Rabotyagov. 2013. ECOSEL: Selling Forest Ecosystem Services. Forest Policy & Economics (in press).