My name is Aaron Hrozencik and I am a PhD. Candidate in Agricultural and Resource Economics at Colorado State University. My Dissertation explores non-linear energy pricing, technology adoption, and conservation in the context of agricultural water use. Broadly, my research interests lie in understanding how individuals and firms interact with and utilize natural resources.
I am currently back at Colorado State after spending a year in Morocco under the auspices of a Borlaug Graduate Student Fellowship. I am working as a research assistant for my co-adviser, Dr. Jordan Suter, while completing my Dissertation. I aim to complete my doctoral degree by early summer 2019 and have recently accepted a job as a Research Agricultural Economist at USDA-ERS. Wish me luck as I begin my career as a research economist for the federal government!
In my free time, I like being outside either working in my garden or rafting/skiing/hiking in the mountains.