Timothy O. Randhir is an Associate Professor with the Department of Environmental Conservation, University of Massachusetts- Amherst, USA.
He is a Ph.D. from Purdue University and specializes in climate change, watershed systems, complex modeling, and ecological economics. His work spans interdisciplinary areas in the field of climate change, watershed management, water quality policy, water resources management, ecological economics, dynamic modeling and optimization, spatial analysis and simulation, Institutional economics, GIS-Internet-Simulation interfacing, systems modeling, climate change, land use policy, international trade and development, common pool resource management, nonpoint source pollution, and natural resources policy and management. He has published in top journals in ecological economics, climate change, hydrology, watershed science, and modeling. He is author of a book in watershed management. He serves as an editor to three international journals: earth systems and climate change, ecological economics and statistics, and computational environmental sciences. MA State director of Southern New England Chapter of Soil and Water Conservation Society.