Noah Dormady is an energy and environmental economist and public policy scholar. He does research, teaching and consulting in the areas of applied public policy analysis, energy policy, environmental policy, economic resilience, risk and decision analysis, and terrorism and natural hazards.

Dormady’s work has been published in a broad array of government publications and academic peer-reviewed journals including Energy Economics, The Energy Journal, Risk Analysis, the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, the International Journal of Production Economics, Natural Hazards Review, the Journal of Public Policy, and the Journal of Commodity Markets. He serves as Associate Editor for Natural Hazards Review and the Journal of Critical Infrastructure Policy.

His work has been funded by an array of federal, state, private and nonprofit organizations. These include the Department of Homeland Security, the National Science Foundation, the National Center for the Middle Market, the John Randolph and Dora Haynes Foundation and the Center for Climate Strategies.

He is a fellow at two U.S. Department of Homeland Security Centers of Excellence; the Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute (CIRI) at the University of Illinois, and the Center for Risk and the Economic Analysis of Threats and Emergencies (CREATE) at the University of Southern California. He is the 2012 co-recipient of the national REMI Award for Economic Analysis from Regional Economic Models Inc.

Dormady received his doctorate from the University of Southern California. He is a proud father, and a husband of over sixteen years.