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Christopher de Bodisco

Assistant Professor of Economics

Dr. de Bodisco is an environmental economist whose focus is water allocation issues in Florida and globally. His secondary interest is economic development, also with both local and global applications.

He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Vanderbilt University and a B.A. from New College of the University of South Florida. After earning his doctorate, Dr. de Bodisco conducted applied research on agricultural and public water demand at the Institute of Food and Agricultural Science (IFAS) at the University of Florida. More recently, he conducted a range of environmental policy analyses (e.g. protection of Florida’s source waters, and optimal policies to mitigate damage from sea level rise for Florida’s coastal communities) as an economic consultant in Orlando.

Dr. de Bodisco has experience teaching at the University of Florida, Rollins College, and at Stetson as an adjunct professor. At Stetson, he will also be affiliated with Stetson’s new Institute for Water and Environmental Resilience.

Christopher de Bodisco

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