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Guignet, Dennis

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Current Research Interests:
Environmental and Health Valuation
Hedonic Analysis
Land cleanup and redevelopment
Land Use
Water Quality
E-mail:
guignet.dennis@epa.gov
Job Title:
Research Economist
Division/Office:
Benefits Assessment and Methods Development Division
Joined Program:
2011
Education:
Ph.D., Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maryland, 2011
M.S., Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maryland, 2009
B.S., Environmental and Renewable Resource Economics, The Pennsylvania State University, 2006
Previous Experience:
Research Associate, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM), 2010-2011 Research/Teaching Assistant, University of Maryland, 2006-2011
Research Assistant, The Pennsylvania State University, 2005-2006
Selected Publications:
“Can Property Values Capture Changes in Environmental Health Risks? Evidence from a Stated Preference Study in Italy and the UK,” (with Anna Alberini), Risk Analysis, forthcoming.

“What Do Property Values Really Tell Us? A Hedonic Study of Pollution from Underground Storage Tanks,” Land Economics, 89(2), 211-226 (2013).

“The impacts of pollution and exposure pathways on home values: A stated preference analysis,” Ecological Economics, 82, 53-63 (2012).

“Cancer VPFs, One Size Does Not Fit All: The Benefits of Contaminated Site Cleanups in Italy,” (with Alberini, Anna, Milan Šcasný, and Stefania Tonin), Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, 62(7), 783-798 (2012).

“A Hedonic Analysis of the Impact of LUST Sites on House Prices,” (with Jeffrey Zabel) Resource and Energy Economics, 34(4), 549-564 (2012).

“Voluntary Cleanup Programs and Redevelopment Potential: Lessons from Baltimore, Maryland" (with Anna Alberini). Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research, 12(3), 7-36 (2010).

“A Pilot Test of a New Stated Preference Valuation Method: Continuous Attribute-Based Stated Choice” (with Ready, Richard, Ann Fisher, Richard Stedman and Junchao Wang). Ecological Economics, 59, 247-255, (2006).

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