J. Scott Holladay is an economics fellow at Policy Integrity. He has studied the economics of government policy for the past eight years. Holladay has also worked with the National Center for Atmospheric Research and the Homeland Security Institute.
He earned his Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Colorado, where he focused on the environmental impacts of international trade.
Some of Holladay’s past projects have included assessing the impact of climate change on Pacific Island Nations, estimating the costs of complying with proposed Homeland Security regulations and developing pricing models for electric power markets.
He is originally from Knoxville, Tennessee.