Assistant Professor of Economics
Research: Natural resource economics; fisheries policy; bioeconomic modeling
- Ph.D., Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California, Davis, 2012.
- B.A. hons., Economics, University of Calgary, 2008.
Matt Reimer is the most recent addition to ISER's faculty. Matt's primary research interests lie in environmental and natural resource economics, with a particular focus on fisheries policy. His current research focuses on the dynamic and spatial aspects of the fishing production process and how these aspects interact with fishery management institutions. Matt's most recent research explores the effects of rights-based management institutions on bycatch avoidance in the BSAI Amendment 80 groundfish fishery and rent generation in the Bristol Bay red king crab fishery. Matt enjoys numerous outdoor activities such as mountain and road biking, rock climbing and mountaineering, skiing, and trail running.