Clark Lundberg

Agricultural Economist


Clark Lundberg is a research agricultural economist in the Conservation and Environmental Branch of the Resource and Rural Economics Division at ERS.


Clark joined ERS in February 2021 from San Diego State University where he was an Associate Professor of Economics. His research broadly considers tensions between agriculture and the environment. He is particularly interested in the role that trade policy plays in environmental degradation. 


Clark holds a PhD and an MA in Economics from the University of Washington, an MA in International Affairs from George Washington University, and BA’s in Chinese, Linguistics, and International Studies from the University of Washington.

Selected Publications

Abman, R., Lundberg, C., and Ruta, M. (2021). "The Effectiveness of Environmental Provisions in Regional Trade Agreements." Policy Research Working Paper No. 9601, World Bank, Washington D.C.

Lundberg, C., Skolrud, T., Adrangi, B., and Chatrath, A. (2021). Oil Price Pass Through to Agricultural Commodities. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 103(2): 721-742.

Abman, R. and Lundberg, C. (2020). Does Free Trade Increase Deforestation? The Effects of Regional Trade Agreements. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 7(1):35-72.