Roger Man, PhD
Sr. Principal Economist
Roger specializes in benefit-cost and financial analysis of water projects, regional economics, and ecosystem economics. He has provided high-level research and process design for a variety of public, private, and NGO clients in California and other western states. He has designed simulation and optimization models for municipal water supply and quality benefits analysis and statistical models for a variety of water-related benefits and valuation, including water supply, water quality, flood damage reduction, recreation, and ecosystem benefits. As a member of the Independent Economic Analysis Board of the Northwest Power and Conservation Council he helped evaluate cost-effectiveness of fish and wildlife investments. More recent engagements include working with the California Water Commission to implement the Water Storage Investment Program and assisting California DWR with economic methods, criteria, and ranking for various water project grant and loan programs.