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Sheriff, Glenn

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Current Research Interests:
Agriculture and environmental policy
Regulatory design/instrument choice and incentives
Monitoring and enforcement issues
Invasive Species
Environmental Justice
E-mail:
sheriff.glenn@epa.gov
Job Title:
Economist
Division/Office:
Benefits Assessment and Methods Development Division
Joined Program:
2009
Education:
Ph.D., Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maryland, 2004

M.S., Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maryland, 2000

B.S., Foreign Service, Georgetown University, 1993
Previous Experience:
Deputy Assistant Director for Energy and Climate Change, White House Council on Environmental Quality, 2011-2012
Assistant Professor, Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs, 2003 – 2009
Consultant, Inter-American Development Bank, 1994-1997
Selected Publications:
“Do Female Instructors Reduce Gender Bias in Diffusion of Sustainable Land Management Techniques? Experimental Evidence from Mozambique" (with Kondylis, F., V. Mueller, and S. Zhu). World Development (forthcoming)

“Optimal border policies for invasive species under asymmetric information” with Fernandez, L. Environmental and Resource Economics 56(2013):27-45.

"Optimal mechanisms for heterogeneous multi-cell aquifers" Stergios Athanassoglou, Glenn Sheriff, Tobias Siegfried, and Wonghee Tim Hu in Environmental and Resource Economics. 2012; 52(2): 265-291.

Maguire K., Sheriff G. Comparing Distributions of Environmental Outcomes for Regulatory Environmental Justice Analysis.International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2011; 8(5):1707-1726.

Sheriff, G. and D. Osgood. "Disease forecasts and livestock health disclosure: A Shepherd’s Dilemma." American Journal of Agricultural Economics (2010) 92 (3): 776-788

Mueller, V. and G. Sheriff. "On Hedonic Valuation of Urban Amenities Using Unbalanced Data." Land Economics 86(August 2010):545-551.

Sheriff, G. "Implementing Second-Best Environmental Policy under Adverse Selection." Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. 57(May 2009):253-268.

Sheriff, G. "Optimal Environmental Regulation of Politically Influential Sectors with Asymmetric Information." Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. 55(January 2008):72-89.


Sheriff, G. "Efficient Waste? Why Farmers Over-apply Nutrients and the Implications for Policy Design." Review of Agricultural Economics. 27 (Winter 2005):542-557.


Sheriff, G. "Measuring Profit Efficiency with McFadden's Gauge Function." Economics Letters. 88(August 2005):272-277.

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