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Job Market Paper:

Weather driven adaptation in perennial crop systems: An integrated study of Brazil coffee yields

Dissertation:

Scales for scales: an open look at the open sea

Curriculum VitaeCV James Rising

Fields of Research:

  • Climate impacts
  • Agriculture
  • Fisheries
  • Integrated modeling
  • Quantitative decision support

Publications:

  • Dumas, M., J. Rising, and Johannes Urpelainen. “Political competition and renewable energy transitions over long time horizons: A dynamic approach.” Ecological Economics 124 (2016): 175-184.
  • Houser, T., R. Kopp, S. Hsiang, M. Delgado, A. Jina, K. Larsen, M. Mastandrea, S. Mohan, R. Muir-Wood, D. J. Rasmussen, J. Rising, & P. Wilson. Economic risks of climate change: an American prospectus. Columbia University Press, 2015.
  • Rising, J. (2014). Creating the Commons: Fisheries and the World Bank. History of economic thought and policy, 75 – 95, DOI: 10.3280/SPE2014-001003.

Education:

PhD, Sustainable Development, Columbia University, May 2015

Teaching:

  • Complexity Science (2013, 2015) – Columbia University
  • Progressive Alternatives (2012) – Columbia University (joint with Harvard and Sciences Po)
  • Environmental Science for Sus. Dev. (2011) – Columbia University
  • Future Seminar (2008) – Experimental Study Group, M.I.T.
  • Run the World Seminar (2005) – Experimental Study Group, M.I.T. (joint with Olin College)
  • Philosophy of Love (2005) – Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Introductory Electronics (2005) – Olin College of Engineering
  • Engineering of Distributed Systems (2005) – Olin College of Engineering
  • Human System Dynamics (2004) – Olin College of Engineering
  • Engineering of Continuous Systems (2004) – Olin College of Engineering
  • Discrete Signal Processing (2004 – 2005) – Olin College of Engineering
  • Software Using Images and Sound (2003) – Olin College of Engineering
  • Technologies and Cultures (2003) – Experimental Study Group, M.I.T.
  • The Learning Seminar (2003) – Experimental Study Group, M.I.T.
  • Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (2001 – 2002) – Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Lego Robotics Seminar (2000 – 2003) – Experimental Study Group, M.I.T.

References:

Upmanu Lall (ula2@columbia.edu)
Solomon Hsiang (shsiang@berkeley.edu)
Geoffrey Heal (gmh1@columbia.edu)
Mark Cane (mcane@ldeo.columbia.edu)
David Anthoff (anthoff@berkeley.edu)

Links

Contact Information:
Address: 2524 Benvenue Ave., #27, Berkeley, CA 94704
Phone: 202-657-2377
Email: jrising@berkeley.edu

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