Tuesday, September 27, 2022

David Keiser, Gabriel E. Lade and Ivan Rudik

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David Keiser has previously received funding from the USDA, USEPA, NSF, Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture, Iowa Economic Development Authority and HUD, Iowa Department of Natural Resources, and SESYNC. He also has received free data access from the Environmental Working Group for an unrelated project. Gabriel E. Lade received funding from the National Science Foundation, Department of Energy, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, and National Bureau of Economic Research. Ivan Rudik has previously received funding from National Science Foundation, Department of Energy, and National Bureau of Economic Research.

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