Dominika Parry Dziegielewska is an environmental economist specializing in market and non-market valuation techniques, international environmental regulations, and the health impact of air pollution. Her latest work focuses on efficiency aspects of international standard harmonization and the derivation of dose-response functions for particulate matter. Dr. Dziegielewska received her B.A./M.A. in sociology from Warsaw University and a Ph.D. in environmental and natural resources economics from Yale University, where she continued as a Post-doctoral Associate in the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. Dr. Dziegielewska worked as an Assistant Professor at the Geography and Environment Department and the Center for Energy and Environmental Studies at Boston University. Starting Spring of 2007, she will be a Visiting Assistant Professor at the Economics Department, University of Kentucky.
E-mail: Dominika Parry Dziegielewska