Don Fullerton received a BA from Cornell in 1974 and a PhD in Economics from U.C.
Berkeley in 1978. He taught at Princeton University (1978-84), the University of Virginia
(1984-94), Carnegie Mellon University (1991-94) and the University of Texas (1994-2008),
before joining the University of Illinois in 2008. From 1985 to 1987, he served in the
U.S. Treasury Department as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Tax Analysis.
At Illinois, he is Gutgsell Professor in the Finance Department and Center for Business
and Public Policy, and he is Associate Director of the Institute of Government and Public
Affairs (IGPA). He was Managing Editor for the B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis &
Policy (2001-2012), and is Director of the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)
program on Environmental and Energy Economics (2007-present).
Negative Leakage (with Don Fullerton and Daniel Karney), Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (2014)
Introduction (with Mark Cohen and Robert Topel), Distributional Aspects of Energy and Climate Policies (2013)
Distributional Effects of Environmental and Energy Policy
Environmental Policy in the Energy Sector
Environmental Policy in the Transportation Sector
Environmental Policy via Deposit Refund Systems
Garbage and Recycling Behavior
Other Environmental Issues
Taxation: Analysis of Incidence
Tax Incidence (with Gilbert E. Metcalf), Handbook of Public Economics (2002)
Taxation: Deadweight Loss
Taxation: Effects on Housing, Charity, Savings, Revenue
Taxation: Evaluation of Reforms
Taxation: Models of Computable General Equilibrium