Assistant professor of environmental economics at the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management
Ivan Rudik joins the Dyson School with an academic focus on environmental and energy economics, risk and uncertainty, and climate change.
Previously, Rudik was an assistant professor of economics at Iowa State University. His academic background includes a PhD in economics from the University of Arizona, an MA in economics from the University of Arizona, and a BS in economics from the Rochester Institute of Technology.
On joining the SC Johnson College of Business
“I’m excited to join Cornell because of its long history of excellence in research and teaching, and the fact that the combination of an Ivy League institution with a land-grant mission is something you cannot find anyplace else.”
“I’m thrilled to be joining the talented group of economists across the different schools within the college. Being in Johnson is an incredible opportunity to work with leaders in my own field and across fields.”