Gareth P. Green, PhD

Gareth Green

PhD, Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of CA, Berkeley
MS, Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of CA, Berkeley
BA, Economics, University of Washington

Professor Emeritus, Department of Economics

Teaching Areas

  • Data Visualization and Communication
  • Microeconomics Theory and Application
  • Statistics and Quantitative Methods
  • Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
  • Mathematical Models for Decision Making

Personal Bio

Dr. Gareth Green received his PhD in Agricultural and Resource Economics in 1995 from the University of California at Berkeley and his BA in Economics at the University of Washington. Green focused his studies and research on quantitative methods and statistical modeling applied to environmental and natural resource economics. Green is currently the director of the Albers graduate and undergraduate Business Analytics programs. Green teaches data visualization and communication, microeconomics, statistics, mathematical modeling, and environmental and natural resource economics. Green's research interests include natural resource and environmental economics, behavioral economics, and statistical modeling. Specific research examples include behavioral economics related to environmental investment decisions over time, machine learning explainability, teaching methodology for quantitative methods, the economics of fair-trade coffee, and estimating the technology-adoption response to water pricing regulations. Dr. Green began teaching at Seattle University in the fall of 2000, is a Seattle native, and enjoys the many outdoor recreational activities available in the Pacific Northwest.