Carol A. Dahl is a Senior Fellow at the Payne Institute and Professor Emeritus in the Mineral and Energy Economics Program at the Colorado School of Mines and is also Visiting Professor at the Chinese University of Petroleum in Beijing. She received her PhD in Economics from the University of Minnesota having studied under Christopher Sims, who shared the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2010. She received a BA in Economics with distinction from the University of Wisconsin. She has published widely in peer reviewed energy journals, regularly presents her work at international conferences, has been a visiting scholar at a number of well-known universities worldwide, has sat on a number national technical review panels, and is on the technical expert list of the US Fulbright Program. She routinely does short courses related to her field of expertise: energy economics. She is a co-author on the “Second most cited paper published in Energy Economics from 1979-2005”, and the “Sixth most cited paper in Energy Economics, Energy Journal, Energy Policy, and Resources and Energy Economics” over this same period.
Dr. Dahl’s book entitled International Energy Markets: Understanding Prices, Profits and Policies has been a Pennwell Press best seller and has been translated into Croatian and Chinese. The second edition of the book is expected to be published in the May of 2015 and is slated to be published in Chinese as well.
Dr. Dahl is very active in the International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE), serves on their editorial board and as a book review editor for their journal and has won a number of awards from them. For more on her accomplishments and expertise click here.