- Assistant Professor of Economics and Environmental Studies
- PhD, University of Michigan, 2017
Paul Brehm conducts research on issues in energy and environmental economics and industrial organization. Specifically, he studies secondary market efficiency in the context of an oil lease lottery in Wyoming, the effect of hydraulic fracturing technology on greenhouse gas emissions in the electricity industry, and the effect of oil prices on greenhouse gas emissions in the aviation industry. He teaches classes in principles of economics, environmental economics, and energy economics.
Paul Brehm Presents PaperApril 5, 2019
Paul Brehm, assistant professor of economics and environmental studies, presented his paper, "To Trade or not to Trade: Oil Leases, Information Asymmetry, and Coase" at a seminar series hosted by the economics department at Oklahoma State on March 29, 2019.
Paul Brehm Participates in Economics ConferenceMarch 18, 2019
Assistant Professor of Economics and Environmental Studies Paul Brehm participated in the Midwest Economics Association (MEA) conference March 15-17, 2019 in St. Louis. Brehm presented a paper and served as a discussant at the conference.
Paul Brehm Presents PaperJuly 16, 2018
Assistant Professor of Economics Paul Brehm presented his paper, “To Trade or not to Trade: Oil Leases, Information Asymmetry, and Coase” at the World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Paul Brehm Participates as Presenter, Session Chair, and DiscussantMarch 27, 2018
Assistant Professor of Economics and Environmental Studies Paul Brehm participated as a paper presenter, session chair, and discussant at the annual Midwest Economics Association convention in Illinois.