Peter Howie, PhD

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Peter Howie joined the Graduate School of Public Policy as an Associate Professor of Public Policy in 2012. Dr. Howie received his doctorate in Mineral Economics from the Colorado School of Mines. His fields of research include: climate and energy policy and economics; development issues in oil-dependent developing and transition economies; and public policy evaluation. He has also written on environmental policies. Dr. Howie contributes to GSPP’s course portfolio by teaching courses in Benefit Cost Analysis, Natural Resource Policy and Management, and Microeconomics.

Prior to joining Nazarbayev University, Dr. Howie worked in the School of Policy Studies at Mount Royal University, which is located in Calgary, Canada, where he taught courses (Statistics and Research Methods; Public Economics, Project Valuation, Microeconomics and Macroeconomics) in the Bachelors of Policy Studies program.

Dr. Howie also spent 9 years as a practitioner working in the global mining industry prior to joining academia.

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