Luke’s research emphasizes policy mechanisms to encourage innovative technological and management approaches to environmental challenges. Broadly, he is focused on using economics and data science to inform environmental law and policy.
Currently, Luke is a Graduate Student Researcher with the Global Policy Lab where he is working with a large team to ensure that satellite imagery can be more effectively used by key decisionmakers at scale. He is also working with the Center for Law, Energy & the Environment in characterizing the economics of local policies to encourage managed aquifer recharge. Luke is an NSF Graduate Research Fellow.
- Examining the complex relationship between innovation and regulation through a survey of wastewater utility managers