Jonathan Borck

Jonathan Borck

Ph.D. Public Policy 2008
Manager at Analysis Group
Dr. Borck specializes in the application of economics and statistics in the areas of energy, the environment, and finance. His case work in energy and the environment has included analyses of state and federal climate policies, allowance allocation in cap-and-trade programs, and oxygenate use in gasoline. He has supported academic affiliates in the estimation of damages from environmental contamination and in the use of hedonic property value, benefit transfer, and contingent valuation methodologies for valuing natural resources and quantifying environmental damages. In finance, he has supported several academic affiliates in analyzing the performance of mortgages and mortgage-backed securities; in designing and critiquing statistical sampling methodologies; in reviewing the history of public policy toward home ownership and mortgage lending; and in analyzing the structure of total return swaps.

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