Nick Kuminoff is an Associate Professor in the Economics Department at Arizona State University and a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. His research aims to infer consumer preferences for non-market amenities from their sorting behavior in markets for housing, labor, health care and other goods. Recent projects include developing national satellite accounts for non-market expenditures, predicting the distributional welfare effects of choice architecture policies, examining how long term pollution exposure affects cognitive functioning and decision making by the elderly, and estimating the value of a statistical life. Kuminoff’s research has been funded by EPA, NIH, NSF and other agencies, and published in journals such as the American Economic Review, International Economic Review, Journal of Economic Literature, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, Land Economics, Journal of Urban Economics, Proceedings of the Royal Society-B, Ecohealth, PLoS-ONE, and Water Resources Research. Kuminoff obtained a Ph.D. in Economics from North Carolina State University (2006) and MS (2000) and BS (1999) degrees in Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics from the University of California-Davis.