B.S. Economics, University of Pittsburgh
Jesse Jian Adelman is a Pre-Doctoral Fellow at the Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago (EPIC). He assists the research efforts of Professors Eyal Frank (University of Chicago’s Harris School of Public Policy) and Kimberly Oremus (University of Delaware’s School of Marine Science and Policy), which focus on the efficacy of U.S. conservation policies designed to rebuild populations depleted by overfishing and maintain those that have recovered. Prior to joining EPIC, Jesse received his Bachelor of Science from the University of Pittsburgh, where he majored in Economics with a minor in Chinese. During his time at Pitt, Jesse became interested in land and resource economics after his experiences researching the Kingdom of Portugal’s colonization efforts in Brazil, as well as his assistance in researching the adverse effects of slash-and-burn agriculture throughout India.