Robert’s responsibilities at Evidera predominantly include assisting in the development of economic models, performing literature reviews, and data extractions. Prior to joining Evidera, Robert completed his Master of Science degree in agricultural and applied economics at the University of Georgia. His research there consisted of numerous topics including, but not limited to, an econometric analysis of recreational demand in Florida, cost-benefit analysis on development for new water sources in California, and income analysis on rural communities in Thailand. His programming skills entail Excel-based spreadsheet models (including VBA), R, Stata, SAS, and SPSS. Robert also received his bachelor’s degree in both economics and environmental studies from Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida.