Tatyana Deryugina

Tatyana Deryugina

Associate Professor of Finance

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4050 Business Instructional Facility

515 Gregory Drive

Champaign, IL 61820

217-333-9498

deryugin@illinois.edu

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Educational Background

  • Ph.D., Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2012
  • B.A., Magna Cum Laude, Applied Mathematics, University of California at Berkeley, 2006
  • B.S., Summa Cum Laude, Environmental Economics & Policy, University of California at Berkeley, 2006

Positions Held

  • Associate Professor, Finance, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2020 to present
  • Faculty Affiliate, E2e Project, 2019 to present
  • Research Fellow, Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), 2018 to present
  • Faculty Research Fellow, National Bureau of Economic Research, 2015 to present
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Finance, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2012 to present
  • Lecturer, Department of Finance, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2011-2012

Recent Publications

  • Deryugina, T., & Molitor, D. (2020). Does When You Die Depend on Where You Live? Evidence from Hurricane Katrina. American Economic Review.
  • Deryugina, T., Miller, N., Molitor, D., & Reif, J. (2020). Geographic and Socioeconomic Heterogeneity in the Benefits of Reducing Air Pollution in the United States. Environmental and Energy Policy and the Economy ( vol. 2,).
  • Deryugina, T., MacKay, A., & Reif, J. (2020). The Long-Run Dynamics of Electricity Demand: Evidence from Municipal Aggregation. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics.
  • Bruegge, C., Deryugina, T., & Myers, E. (2019). The Distributional Consequences of Building Energy Codes. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 6 (S1).

Other Publications

Articles

  • Deryugina, T., Heutel, G., Miller, N., Molitor, D., & Reif, J. (2019). The Mortality and Medical Costs of Air Pollution: Evidence from Changes in Wind Direction. American Economic Review.
  • Deryugina, T., & Kirwan, B. (2018). Does the Samaritan's Dilemma Matter? Evidence from U.S. Agriculture. Economic Inquiry, 56 (2).
  • Deryugina, T., Kawano, L., & Levitt, S. (2018). The Economic Impact of Hurricane Katrina on its Victims: Evidence from Individual Tax Returns. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 10 (2).
  • Deryugina, T., & Konar, M. (2017). Impacts of crop insurance on water withdrawals for irrigation. Advances in Water Resources.
  • Deryugina, T. (2017). The Fiscal Cost of Hurricanes: Disaster Aid versus Social Insurance. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 9 (3).
  • Deryugina, T., & Shurchkov, O. (2016). The effect of information provision on public consensus about climate change. PLOS ONE.
  • Deryugina, T., & Shurchkov, O. (2015). Now you see it, now you don't: the vanishing beauty premium. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 116 331-345.
  • Deryugina, T., & Shurchkov, O. (2015). Does Beauty Matter in Undergraduate Education? Economic Inquiry, 53 (2), 940-961.
  • Deryugina, T. (2013). How do People Update? The Effects of Local Weather Fluctuations on Beliefs About Global Warming. Climatic Change, 118 (2), 397-416.

Presentations

  • Deryugina, T. (2019). Does When You Die Depend on Where You Live? Evidence from Hurricane Katrina. National University of Singapore Department of Economics Seminar.
  • Deryugina, T. (2019). Firm-Level Financial Resources and Environmental Spills. Hong Kong Polytechnic University Department of Finance Seminar.
  • Deryugina, T. (2019). Firm-Level Financial Resources and Environmental Spills. University of Pennsylvania Energy Economics & Finance Seminar.
  • Deryugina, T. (2019). Does When You Die Depend on Where You Live? Evidence from Hurricane Katrina. East Carolina University Department of Economics Seminar.
  • Deryugina, T. (2019). Does When You Die Depend on Where You Live? Evidence from Hurricane Katrina. Georgetown Department of Economics Seminar.
  • Deryugina, T. (2019). Does When You Die Depend on Where You Live? Evidence from Hurricane Katrina. Georgia State University Department of Economics Seminar.
  • Deryugina, T. (2019). Does When You Die Depend on Where You Live? Evidence from Hurricane Katrina. UC Santa Barbara Bren School Seminar.
  • Deryugina, T. (2019). The Marginal Product of Climate. Yale School of Forestry Seminar.
  • Deryugina, T. (2019). Does When You Die Depend on Where You Live? Evidence from Hurricane Katrina. Natural Catastrophe Prevention and Insurance: Market and Policy Issues, ETH.
  • Deryugina, T. (2018). Does When You Die Depend on Where You Live? Evidence from Hurricane Katrina. Ostrom Workshop at Indiana University.
  • Deryugina, T. (2018). The Effect of Pollution on Health and Health Care Utilization: Evidence from Changes in Wind Direction. NRES Seminar at University of Illinois, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
  • Deryugina, T. (2018). Running Experiments on Twitter. Law and Data Science Summit.
  • Deryugina, T. (2018). The Effect of Pollution on Health and Health Care Utilization: Evidence from Changes in Wind Direction. Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
  • Deryugina, T. (2018). Firm-Level Financial Resources and Environmental Spills. Federal Reserve Board of Governors.
  • Deryugina, T. (2018). Does When You Die Depend on Where You Live? Evidence from Hurricane Katrina London School of Economics Workshop in Environmental and Development Economics.
  • Deryugina, T. (2018). The Long-Run Dynamics of Electricity Demand: Evidence from Municipal Aggregation. North American Summer Meeting of the Econometric Society.
  • Deryugina, T. (2018). The Wind’s Fatal Blow: the Effect of Transported Air Pollution on Mortality. IZA Workshop on Environment and Labor Markets.
  • Deryugina, T. (2018). Does When You Die Depend on Where You Live? Evidence from Hurricane Katrina. University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
  • Deryugina, T. (2018). Does When You Die Depend on Where You Live? Evidence from Hurricane Katrina Arizona State University.
  • Deryugina, T. (2018). Does When You Die Depend on Where You Live? Evidence from Hurricane Katrina University of South Carolina.
  • Deryugina, T. (2013). Reducing the Cost of Ex Post Bailouts with Ex Ante Regulation: Evidence From Building Codes. NBER Insurance Meetings.
  • Deryugina, T. (2013). Does Beauty Matter in Undergraduate Education? Allied Social Science Association Meetings.
  • Deryugina, T. (2013). The Effect of Information Provision on Beliefs About Climate Change. Pere Seminar.
  • Deryugina, T. (2012). Optimal Policy Commitment: Investment Deterrence Versus Option Value. CU Environmental and Resource Economics Workshop.
  • Deryugina, T. (2012). The Role of Transfer Payments in Mitigating Shocks: Evidence from the Impact of Hurricanes. NBER Universities Research Conference.
  • Deryugina, T. (2012). Charity Hazard in Crop Insurance. Allied Social Science Association Meetings.
  • Deryugina, T. (2012). Optimal Policy Commitment: Investment Deterrence Versus Option Value. Allied Social Science Association Meetings.
  • Deryugina, T. (2011). Does Selection in Insurance Markets Always Favor Buyers? CU Environmental and Resource Economics Workshop.
  • Deryugina, T. (2011). Does Selection in Insurance Markets Always Favor Buyers? Pere Seminar.
  • Deryugina, T. (2011). The Dynamic Effects of Hurricanes in the US: The Role of Non-disaster Transfer Payments. CU Environmental and Resource Economics Workshop.
  • Deryugina, T. (2011). The Dynamic Effects of Hurricanes in the US: The Role of Non-disaster Transfer Payments. University of Wyoming.
  • Deryugina, T. (2011). The Dynamic Effects of Hurricanes in the US: The Role of Non-disaster Transfer Payments. Association of Environmental and Resource Economists.
  • Deryugina, T. (2011). The Dynamic Effects of Hurricanes in the US: The Role of Non-disaster Transfer Payments. Resources for the Future.
  • Deryugina, T. (2011). The Dynamic Effects of Hurricanes in the US: The Role of Non-disaster Transfer Payments. University of California at Davis.
  • Deryugina, T. (2011). The Dynamic Effects of Hurricanes in the US: The Role of Non-disaster Transfer Payments. Tulane University.
  • Deryugina, T. (2011). The Dynamic Effects of Hurricanes in the US: The Role of Non-disaster Transfer Payments. Theory, Science, and Statistics in the Use of Benefit-Cost Analysis.
  • Deryugina, T. (2011). The Dynamic Effects of Hurricanes in the US: The Role of Non-disaster Transfer Payments. Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
  • Deryugina, T. (2011). The Dynamic Effects of Hurricanes in the US: The Role of Non-disaster Transfer Payments. Environmental Protection Agency.

Working Papers

  • Cohn, J., & Deryugina, T. Firm-Level Financial Resources and Environmental Spills.
  • Deryugina, T., & Hsiang, S. The Marginal Product of Climate.
  • Deryugina, T., Moore, F., & Tol, R. Applications of the Coase Theorem.
  • Deryugina, T., & Marx, B. Is the Supply of Charitable Donations Fixed? Evidence from Deadly Tornadoes.
  • Shafiee-Jood, M., Deryugina, T., & Cai, X. A Behavioral Social Learning Model for Studying the Dynamics of Forecast Adoption.

Honors and Awards

  • Kenneth J. Arrow Award, iHEA, 2020
  • ORMIR Faculty Fellowship, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2020-2020
  • List of Teachers Ranked As Excellent by Their Students, UIUC, 2012, 2015, 2017, 2019

Grants

  • The Impact of Temperature and Pollution on Mortality, Morbidity, and Health Care Cost Among the Elderly, National Institute of Health/National Institute on Aging, 2016-2021
  • The Long-Run Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Mortality, Morbidity and Health Care Cost Among the Elderly, National Institute of Health/National Institute on Aging, 2016-2018
  • The Effect of Information Provision on Beliefs About Climate Change, The Research Board, UIUC, 2012-2013

Service

  • Member of Editorial Board, American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 2020 to present
  • Co-editor, Environmental and Energy Policy and the Economy, 2020 to present
  • Co-editor, Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 2020 to present

Teaching Interests

Microeconomics, Public Economics, Environmental Economics, Behavioral Economics

Research Interests

Public Finance, Environmental Economics, Behavioral Economics

Current Courses

  • Econ of Market Fundamentals (FIN 501) A firm's long-run value ultimately depends on its business fundamentals. This course covers micro- and macro-economic drivers of such fundamentals, such as consumer demand, market competitiveness, government regulation, interest rates, business cycles, and monetary policy. Also includes topics in risk and intertemporal decision-making.

Contact

4050 Business Instructional Facility

515 Gregory Drive

Champaign, IL 61820

217-333-9498

deryugin@illinois.edu

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