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The following view displays environmental economics research funded by EPA's ORD, NCEE, and NSF, organized by environmental Media (click to exand all categories or collapse all categories)

TitleGrant YearResearch OrganizationInvestigators
Hide details for a. Aira. Air
A Comparison of Direct Methods for Valuing Environmental Policies1997New Hampshire, University of
Massachusetts, University of
Appalachian Mountain Club
Halstead, John M.
Behavioral Reactions to Ozone Alerts: What Do They Tell Us About Willingness-to-Pay for Children's Health?2001Research Triangle Institute
North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of
Mansfield, Carol
Carbon Abatement Policies and Technological Innovation1997Resources for the FutureParry, Ian
Climate Policy Without Cost2004Syracuse UniversityPeter Wilcoxen
Cost-benefit and Uncertainty Analysis for Ambient Ozone Reduction: Integrated Model1997Resources for the Future
Georgia Institute of Technology
Krupnick, Alan
Cost Containment through Permit Banking and Fuel Procurement: The Case of the US Acid Rain Program2008Resources for the FutureHarrison Fell
Current Issues Workshops: Intersections: Aligning Environmental and Transportation Policies to Mitigate Climate Change2010New York UniversityMichael Livermore
Design of Policies for Pollution Control Using Market Mechanisms2008Middlebury CollegeNicholas Muller
Determinants of Environmental Compliance: Plant, Firm, and Enforcement Factors2000Clark UniversityGray, Wayne B.
Economic and Social Impact of Employees Commute Requirements of the Federal Clean Air Act Amendments of 19901993Towson State UniversityBonham, Gordon Scott
Effective Environmental Policy in the Presence of Distorting Taxes1996Resources for the Future
Stanford University
Burtraw, Dallas
Efficiency and Distributional Consequences of the Allocation of Tradable Emission Allowances and Tradable Performance Standards2000Resources for the FutureBurtraw, Dallas
Eliciting Environmental Values: A Constructivist Approach1995Carnegie-Mellon UniversityFischoff, Baruch
Environmental Labeling of Electricity: Label Design and Performance1998Maine, University ofTeisl, Mario F.
Environmental Marketing of Green Vehicles: Exploring Effective Design and Performance2002Maine, University of
National Resources Council of Maine
Teisl, Mario F.
Environmental Policy and the Automobile Market1992National Bureau of Economic ResearchPakes, Ariel
Environmental Risks to Children's Health: Parents' Risk Beliefs, Protective Behavior, and Willingness to Pay2000Southern Mississippi, University ofDickie, Mark
Episodic Control of Ozone Precursor Emissions from Mobile Sources2006University of Maryland-College ParkMaureen Cropper
Estimating the Cost of Carbon Sequestration in Global Forests1998Ohio State UniversitySohngen, Brent
Estimation of Health Effects and Values for Air Quality Improvements: the Cases of Taiwan and Los Angeles1993Resources for the FutureKrupnick, Alan
Evaluation of Phase II Compliance with Title IV of the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments2000Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyEllerman, A. Denny
Improving Air Quality Benefit Estimates from Hedonic Methods1997San Diego State University
Texas-Dallas, University of
Thayer, Mark
Introducing Markets for Green Products: Product Demand, Environmental Quality and Economic Welfare2000Michigan, University ofMoore, Michael R.
Investigating the Performance of Carbon Dioxide Allowance Auctions in the Context of Hybrid Price and Quantity Instruments, Multiple Vintages, and Declining Caps2008University of VirginiaWilliam Shobe
Market Influences on the Adoption of Green Technology2008Stanford UniversityMr. Wesley Hartmann
Multi-Lateral Emissions Trading: Political Economy and Firm Response2000Carnegie Mellon UniversityFarrell, Alex
Optimal Regulation of Automobile Emissions in Static and Dynamic Settings1992Arizona, University ofInnes, Robert
Regulating Environmental Health Risks: An Analysis of EPA Decisionmaking1991Maryland, University ofCropper, Maureen L.
Taxing Energy to Protect the Environment: Economic Issuesof Efficiency and Equity1991Resources for the FutureKopp, Raymond J.
The Adjustment Costs of Clean Air Act Amendments: Evidence from Administrative Data2008Columbia UniversityMr. William Walker
The Economic Impacts of Ozone Regulations in the Central Valley of California1991California at Davis, University ofHowitt, Richard E.
The Role of Locational Equilibria and Collective Behavior in Measuring the Benefits of Air Pollution Policies1998Duke UniversitySmith, V. Kerry
The Role of Locational Equilibria and Collective Behavior in Measuring the Benefits of Air Pollution Policies2001North Carolina State University
Carnegie Mellon University
Smith, V. Kerry
Tradable Fuel Economy Credits for Cars and Light Trucks2002Maine, University ofRubin, Jonathan
Valuing Reduced Asthma Morbidity in Children2001California at Berkeley, University of
Massachusetts at Amherst, University of
Hanemann, Michael
Valuing Reductions in Environmental Sources of Infertility Risk Using the Efficient Household Framework1996Research Triangle Institute
Duke University
Van Houtven, George
Hide details for a. Air - Mobile Sourcea. Air - Mobile Source
Behavioral Reactions to Ozone Alerts: What Do They Tell Us About Willingness-to-Pay for Children's Health?2001Research Triangle Institute
North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of
Houtven, George Van
Carbon Abatement Policies and Technological Innovation1997Resources for the FutureParry, Ian
Economic and Social Impact of Employees Commute Requirements of the Federal Clean Air Act Amendments of 19901993Towson State UniversityBonham, Gordon Scott
Eliciting Environmental Values: A Constructivist Approach1995Carnegie-Mellon UniversityDowlatabadi, Hadi
Environmental Policy and the Automobile Market1992National Bureau of Economic ResearchPakes, Ariel
Optimal Regulation of Automobile Emissions in Static and Dynamic Settings1992Arizona, University ofInnes, Robert
Taxing Energy to Protect the Environment: Economic Issuesof Efficiency and Equity1991Resources for the FutureKopp, Raymond J.
Hide details for a. Air - Stationary Sourcea. Air - Stationary Source
A Comparison of Direct Methods for Valuing Environmental Policies1997New Hampshire, University of
Massachusetts, University of
Appalachian Mountain Club
Stevens, Thomas H.
Carbon Abatement Policies and Technological Innovation1997Resources for the FutureParry, Ian
Effective Environmental Policy in the Presence of Distorting Taxes1996Resources for the Future
Stanford University
Goulder, Lawrence
Efficiency and Distributional Consequences of the Allocation of Tradable Emission Allowances and Tradable Performance Standards2000Resources for the FutureFischer, Carolyn
Eliciting Environmental Values: A Constructivist Approach1995Carnegie-Mellon University
Evaluation of Phase II Compliance with Title IV of the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments2000Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyJoskow, Paul L.
Multi-Lateral Emissions Trading: Political Economy and Firm Response2000Carnegie Mellon UniversityDowlatabadi, Hadi
Regulating Environmental Health Risks: An Analysis of EPA Decisionmaking1991Maryland, University ofCropper, Maureen L.
Taxing Energy to Protect the Environment: Economic Issuesof Efficiency and Equity1991Resources for the FutureKopp, Raymond J.
Hide details for a. Air - Stratospherica. Air - Stratospheric
Environmental Risks to Children's Health: Parents' Risk Beliefs, Protective Behavior, and Willingness to Pay2000Southern Mississippi, University ofGerking, Shelby
Hide details for a. Air - Tropospherica. Air - Tropospheric
A Comparison of Direct Methods for Valuing Environmental Policies1997New Hampshire, University of
Massachusetts, University of
Appalachian Mountain Club
Hill, L. Bruce
Behavioral Reactions to Ozone Alerts: What Do They Tell Us About Willingness-to-Pay for Children's Health?2001Research Triangle Institute
North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of
Johnson, F. Reed
Carbon Abatement Policies and Technological Innovation1997Resources for the FutureParry, Ian
Cost-benefit and Uncertainty Analysis for Ambient Ozone Reduction: Integrated Model1997Resources for the Future
Georgia Institute of Technology
Shih, Jhih-Shyang
Economic and Social Impact of Employees Commute Requirements of the Federal Clean Air Act Amendments of 19901993Towson State UniversityBonham, Gordon Scott
Effective Environmental Policy in the Presence of Distorting Taxes1996Resources for the Future
Stanford University
Efficiency and Distributional Consequences of the Allocation of Tradable Emission Allowances and Tradable Performance Standards2000Resources for the FuturePalmer, Karen
Estimation of Health Effects and Values for Air Quality Improvements: the Cases of Taiwan and Los Angeles1993Resources for the FutureKrupnick, Alan
Evaluation of Phase II Compliance with Title IV of the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments2000Massachusetts Institute of TechnologySchmalensee, Richard
Improving Air Quality Benefit Estimates from Hedonic Methods1997San Diego State University
Texas-Dallas, University of
Murdoch, James C.
Multi-Lateral Emissions Trading: Political Economy and Firm Response2000Carnegie Mellon University
Taxing Energy to Protect the Environment: Economic Issuesof Efficiency and Equity1991Resources for the FutureKopp, Raymond J.
The Economic Impacts of Ozone Regulations in the Central Valley of California1991California at Davis, University ofHowitt, Richard E.
The Role of Locational Equilibria and Collective Behavior in Measuring the Benefits of Air Pollution Policies2001North Carolina State University
Carnegie Mellon University
Sieg, Holger
Tradable Fuel Economy Credits for Cars and Light Trucks2002Maine, University ofGreene, David
Valuing Reduced Asthma Morbidity in Children2001California at Berkeley, University of
Massachusetts at Amherst, University of
Hanemann, Michael
Hide details for b. Waterb. Water
A Decision Analysis Framework for Groundwater Remediation1997Harvard University
Houston, University of
Harvey, Charles F.
A Multi-Objective Surrogte Worth Trade-Off Approach to Environmental and Agricultural Policy Analysis1991Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityTaylor, Daniel B.
An Examination of Utility Consistent Approaches to Modeling Corner Solutions in Recreation Demand1998Iowa State UniversityHerriges, Joseph A.
An Experimental Economics Examination of Incentive Mechanisms for Reducing Ambient Water Pollution Levels from Agricultural Non-Point Source Pollution2002Cornell UniversityPoe, Gregory
Combining Psychological and Economic Methods to Improve Understanding of Factors Determining Adults' Valuation of Children's Health2002Colorado State UniversityAsmus, Cheryl
Data Collection to Support Valuing Water Pollution Reductions in Midwestern Lake Ecosystems2008Iowa State UniversityMs. Subhra Bhattacharjee
Data Gathering for Economic Evaluation of Agricultural Best Management Practices for Non-Point Source Pollution Control2006Cornell UniversityTammo Steenhuis
Delineating Optimal Wetland Habitat Corridors for Inclusion in Migratory Flyways1997Johns Hopkins UniversityReVelle, Charles
Determinants of Environmental Compliance: Plant, Firm, and Enforcement Factors2000Clark UniversityShadbegian, Ronald J.
Economics of Conserving Ecosystem Integrity with Residential Development around Vernal Pools2001Rhode Island, University ofSwallow, Stephen K.
Economics of Transition of Sustainable Farming1993Maryland, University ofLichtenberg, Erik
Ecosystem Valuation: Policy Applications for the Patuxent Watershed Ecological-Economics Model1996Clark UniversityGeoghegan, Jacqueline
Eliciting Environmental Values: A Constructivist Approach1995Carnegie-Mellon UniversityLoewenstein, George
Environmental Labeling of Electricity: Label Design and Performance1998Maine, University ofTeisl, Mario F.
Environmental Policy and Endogenous Technical Change: A Theoretical & Empirical Analysis1998Rhode Island, University ofOpaluch, James J.
Environmental Regulation and Productivity Benefits in the Paper Industry1997Clark UniversityGray, Wayne B.
Establishing Correlations between Upland Forest Management Practices and Economic Consequences of Stream Turbidity in Municipal Supply Watersheds1997Oregon, University of, Institute for a Sustainable EnvironmentHulse, David
Long-term Operation and Maintenance Costs of Stormwater BMPs2008Virginia Polytechnic Institute/State UniversityKurt Stephenson
Measuring Economics Benefits for Amenity Consequences of Land Cover Changes2001North Carolina State UniversitySmith, V. Kerry
Measuring Societal Perceptions, Attitudes and Economic Benefits of Ecological Integrity and Biodiversity by Extending Contingent Valuation1995Colorado State UniversityLoomis, John B.
Multi-Objective Decision-Making for Environmental Remediation1998Michigan Technological UniversityMayer, Alex
Normative, Social, and Calculated Motivations for Compliance: Marine Facilities and Water Pollution2000Washington, University ofMay, Peter J.
Planned Behavior, Environmental Values and Domestic Water Conservation: Longitudinal Case Study of the California-Nevada Truckee River1997Nevada at Reno, University of
Wisconsin at Madison, University of
Trumbo, Craig W.
Predicting and Valuing Species Populations in an Integrated Economic/Ecosystem Model2002Wyoming, University of
Central Florida, University of
Tschirhart, John
Recreation Demand and Water Quality in Iowa's Rivers and Streams: A Proposal for Primary Data Collection2008Iowa State UniversityMr. Babatunde Abidoye
Regulating Nonpoint Source Pollution in Heterogeneous Conditions1994California at Davis, University ofHelfand, Gloria
Regulation of Pesticide Discharge into Surface and Groundwater Under Uncertainty1993Oklahoma State UniversityWillett, Keith D.
Social and Economic Factors Affecting the Adoption of Water Protection Strategies on Rented Cropland and Implications for Water Quality Protection Policies and Programs1993Missouri at Columbia, University ofRikoon, J. Sanford
Stated Preference Valuation Using Real Money for Real Forested Wetlands1996Rhode Island, University ofSwallow, Stephen K.
Testing the Potential to Implement Collective Enforcement Agreements in Point-Nonpoint Source Pollution Trading and Voluntary Incentive Agreements2000Ohio State UniversitySohngen, Brent
The Economic Value of Health Improvements in Drinking Water2004Vanderbilt UniversityViscusi, W. Kip
Updating Prior Methods for Non-Market Valuation: A Bayesian Approach to Combining Disparate Sources of Environmental Values1996Iowa State UniversityHerriges, Joseph A.
Valuing Reductions in Environmental Sources of Infertility Risk Using the Efficient Household Framework1996Research Triangle Institute
Duke University
Smith, V. Kerry
Valuing Water Quality in Midwestern Lake Ecosystems: Temporal Stability and the Role of Information in Value Formation2002Iowa State UniversityHerriges, Joseph A.
Hide details for b. Water - Drinkingb. Water - Drinking
Combining Psychological and Economic Methods to Improve Understanding of Factors Determining Adults' Valuation of Children's Health2002Colorado State UniversityLoomis, John
Planned Behavior, Environmental Values and Domestic Water Conservation: Longitudinal Case Study of the California-Nevada Truckee River1997Nevada at Reno, University of
Wisconsin at Madison, University of
O'Keefe, Garrett J.
The Economic Value of Health Improvements in Drinking Water2004Vanderbilt UniversityHuber, Joel
Hide details for b. Water - Groundwaterb. Water - Groundwater
A Decision Analysis Framework for Groundwater Remediation1997Harvard University
Houston, University of
Economics of Transition of Sustainable Farming1993Maryland, University ofLichtenberg, Erik
Ecosystem Valuation: Policy Applications for the Patuxent Watershed Ecological-Economics Model1996Clark UniversityGeoghegan, Jacqueline
Multi-Objective Decision-Making for Environmental Remediation1998Michigan Technological UniversityEnfield, Carl
Regulation of Pesticide Discharge into Surface and Groundwater Under Uncertainty1993Oklahoma State UniversityWillett, Keith D.
Hide details for b. Water - Otherb. Water - Other
Stated Preference Valuation Using Real Money for Real Forested Wetlands1996Rhode Island, University of
Updating Prior Methods for Non-Market Valuation: A Bayesian Approach to Combining Disparate Sources of Environmental Values1996Iowa State University
Hide details for b. Water - Surfaceb. Water - Surface
A Multi-Objective Surrogte Worth Trade-Off Approach to Environmental and Agricultural Policy Analysis1991Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityTaylor, Daniel B.
An Experimental Economics Examination of Incentive Mechanisms for Reducing Ambient Water Pollution Levels from Agricultural Non-Point Source Pollution2002Cornell UniversitySchulze, William
Delineating Optimal Wetland Habitat Corridors for Inclusion in Migratory Flyways1997Johns Hopkins UniversityBoland, John
Economics of Conserving Ecosystem Integrity with Residential Development around Vernal Pools2001Rhode Island, University ofPaton, Peter
Economics of Transition of Sustainable Farming1993Maryland, University ofLichtenberg, Erik
Ecosystem Valuation: Policy Applications for the Patuxent Watershed Ecological-Economics Model1996Clark UniversityGeoghegan, Jacqueline
Eliciting Environmental Values: A Constructivist Approach1995Carnegie-Mellon University
Environmental Regulation and Productivity Benefits in the Paper Industry1997Clark UniversityGray, Wayne B.
Establishing Correlations between Upland Forest Management Practices and Economic Consequences of Stream Turbidity in Municipal Supply Watersheds1997Oregon, University of, Institute for a Sustainable EnvironmentHulse, David
Measuring Economics Benefits for Amenity Consequences of Land Cover Changes2001North Carolina State UniversityPalmquist, Raymond B.
Measuring Societal Perceptions, Attitudes and Economic Benefits of Ecological Integrity and Biodiversity by Extending Contingent Valuation1995Colorado State UniversityFausch, Kurt
Normative, Social, and Calculated Motivations for Compliance: Marine Facilities and Water Pollution2000Washington, University ofMay, Peter J.
Planned Behavior, Environmental Values and Domestic Water Conservation: Longitudinal Case Study of the California-Nevada Truckee River1997Nevada at Reno, University of
Wisconsin at Madison, University of
Predicting and Valuing Species Populations in an Integrated Economic/Ecosystem Model2002Wyoming, University of
Central Florida, University of
Regulating Nonpoint Source Pollution in Heterogeneous Conditions1994California at Davis, University ofHelfand, Gloria
Regulation of Pesticide Discharge into Surface and Groundwater Under Uncertainty1993Oklahoma State UniversityWillett, Keith D.
Testing the Potential to Implement Collective Enforcement Agreements in Point-Nonpoint Source Pollution Trading and Voluntary Incentive Agreements2000Ohio State UniversityRandall, Alan
Valuing Water Quality in Midwestern Lake Ecosystems: Temporal Stability and the Role of Information in Value Formation2002Iowa State UniversityZhao, Jinhua
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A Decision Analysis Framework for Groundwater Remediation1997Harvard University
Houston, University of
Harvey, Charles M
Alternative Approaches to Hazardous-Waste Cleanup1992State University of New York at AlbanyChurch, Thomas W.
Current Issues Workshop-Economics/Land Use Change2008University of Maryland-College ParkLoretta Lynch
Designing Incentives that Strengthen Local Capacity for Land Development with Open Space and Healthy Ecosystems: Environmental Impact Fees2000Rhode Island, University ofSwallow, Stephen K.
Hazardous Waste Compliance and the Influence of Federal Initiatives, State Programs, and Corporate Characteristics2002William and Mary, College ofStafford, Sarah L.
House Prices During Unwanted Facility Siting Decision Stages1992Pennsylvania State UniversityMcClain, Katherine T.
Improving Willingness-to-Accept Responses Using Alternate Forms of Compensation1995Duke University, Nicholas School of the Environment
Research Triangle Institute
Duke University, Fuqua School of Business
Mansfield, Carol
Incentives and Impediments to Pollution Prevention1995Texas at Austin, University ofFullerton, Don
Information and Regulatory Enforcement1992Duke UniversityHamilton, James T.
Liability-Based Funding and Superfund Clean-up Strategies: PRP Involvement and the Pace of Progress1994California at Los Angeles, University ofSigman, Hilary
Locally Undesirable Land Uses in Minority and Poor Neighborhoods: An Empirical Test of the Disparate Siting and Market Dynamics Theories1993New York UniversityBen, Vicki
Looking Inside the Black Box: Microlevel Empirical Analyses of the Impact of State and Federal Policy Instruments on Hazardous Waste Generation and Management2000Indiana UniversityGood, David
Managing Municipal Solid Waste: Economic and Policy Issues1993Resources for the FutureMacauley, Molly K.
Multi-Objective Decision-Making for Environmental Remediation1998Michigan Technological UniversityHorn, Jeff
Policy Studies of the Regulation of Hazardous Waste1991New York UniversityKornhauser, Lewis
Promoting Proper Use of a Household Hazardous Waste Facility: A Systems Approach1997Utah, University ofWerner, Carol M.
Regulating Environmental Health Risks: An Analysis of EPA Decisionmaking1991Maryland, University ofCropper, Maureen L.
Stigma of Environmental Damage on Residential Property Values1997California at Berkeley, University ofRausser, Gordon C.
The Impact of Farmland Preservation Programs1998Maryland at College Park, University ofBockstael, Nancy
Urban Regeneration through Environmental Remediation: Valuing Market Based Incentives for Brownfields Development2001Louisville, University ofMeyer, Peter B.
Hide details for c. Land - Solid Waste/RCRAc. Land - Solid Waste/RCRA
A Decision Analysis Framework for Groundwater Remediation1997Harvard University
Houston, University of
Hazardous Waste Compliance and the Influence of Federal Initiatives, State Programs, and Corporate Characteristics2002William and Mary, College ofStafford, Sarah L.
House Prices During Unwanted Facility Siting Decision Stages1992Pennsylvania State UniversityMcClain, Katherine T.
Incentives and Impediments to Pollution Prevention1995Texas at Austin, University ofFullerton, Don
Information and Regulatory Enforcement1992Duke UniversityHamilton, James T.
Locally Undesirable Land Uses in Minority and Poor Neighborhoods: An Empirical Test of the Disparate Siting and Market Dynamics Theories1993New York UniversityBen, Vicki
Looking Inside the Black Box: Microlevel Empirical Analyses of the Impact of State and Federal Policy Instruments on Hazardous Waste Generation and Management2000Indiana UniversityRichards, Kenneth
Managing Municipal Solid Waste: Economic and Policy Issues1993Resources for the FutureMacauley, Molly K.
Multi-Objective Decision-Making for Environmental Remediation1998Michigan Technological University
Promoting Proper Use of a Household Hazardous Waste Facility: A Systems Approach1997Utah, University ofWerner, Carol M.
Stigma of Environmental Damage on Residential Property Values1997California at Berkeley, University ofRausser, Gordon C.
Hide details for c. Land - Superfund/CERCLAc. Land - Superfund/CERCLA
A Decision Analysis Framework for Groundwater Remediation1997Harvard University
Houston, University of
Alternative Approaches to Hazardous-Waste Cleanup1992State University of New York at AlbanyChurch, Thomas W.
House Prices During Unwanted Facility Siting Decision Stages1992Pennsylvania State UniversityMcClain, Katherine T.
Liability-Based Funding and Superfund Clean-up Strategies: PRP Involvement and the Pace of Progress1994California at Los Angeles, University ofSigman, Hilary
Locally Undesirable Land Uses in Minority and Poor Neighborhoods: An Empirical Test of the Disparate Siting and Market Dynamics Theories1993New York UniversityBen, Vicki
Multi-Objective Decision-Making for Environmental Remediation1998Michigan Technological University
Policy Studies of the Regulation of Hazardous Waste1991New York UniversityKornhauser, Lewis
Regulating Environmental Health Risks: An Analysis of EPA Decisionmaking1991Maryland, University ofCropper, Maureen L.
Stigma of Environmental Damage on Residential Property Values1997California at Berkeley, University ofRausser, Gordon C.
Urban Regeneration through Environmental Remediation: Valuing Market Based Incentives for Brownfields Development2001Louisville, University ofMeyer, Peter B.
Hide details for d. Chemicalsd. Chemicals
A Multi-Objective Surrogte Worth Trade-Off Approach to Environmental and Agricultural Policy Analysis1991Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityTaylor, Daniel B.
Acceptance and Adoption by Farmers of Pesticide Use Alternatives for Water Quality Protection1993New York UniversityZimmerman, Rae
Benefit Transfer Using Values from Adult-oriented Studies to Evaluate Children's Health Effects (Phase 1 - - Theory)2000Wyoming, University ofCrocker, Thomas D.
Contingent Valuation for Ecological and Noncancer Effects within an Integrated Human Health and Ecological Risk Framework2002Harvard UniversityHammitt, James K.
Economics of Transition of Sustainable Farming1993Maryland, University ofLichtenberg, Erik
Evaluating the Dissemination and Impact of Toxics Release Inventory Data2000North Carolina State UniversityVasu, Michael
Family Decision Making and the Value of Preventing Childhood Developmental Impairment2002Resources for the Future
Georgia Institute of Technology
Alberta, University of
Krupnick, Alan J.
Regulating Environmental Health Risks: An Analysis of EPA Decisionmaking1991Maryland, University ofCropper, Maureen L.
Regulating Pollution Through Information Disclosure: Facility Response to the Toxics Release Inventory2001Harvard UniversityStavins, Robert N.
Regulation of Pesticide Discharge into Surface and Groundwater Under Uncertainty1993Oklahoma State UniversityWillett, Keith D.
Social and Economic Factors Affecting the Adoption of Water Protection Strategies on Rented Cropland and Implications for Water Quality Protection Policies and Programs1993Missouri at Columbia, University ofRikoon, J. Sanford
The Effect of Product Labeling and Odor on Behavior Exhibited by Users of Household Projects1993Carnegie-Mellon UniversitySmall, Mitchell J.
The Use of Marketable Permits for Pesticide Control2001California at Berkeley, University ofZilberman, David
Value of Reducing Children's Mortality Risk: Effects of Latency and Disease Type2002Harvard UniversityHammitt, James K.
Valuing Reductions in Environmental Sources of Infertility Risk Using the Efficient Household Framework1996Research Triangle Institute
Duke University
Hide details for d. Chemicals - Pesticidesd. Chemicals - Pesticides
A Multi-Objective Surrogte Worth Trade-Off Approach to Environmental and Agricultural Policy Analysis1991Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityTaylor, Daniel B.
Acceptance and Adoption by Farmers of Pesticide Use Alternatives for Water Quality Protection1993New York UniversityZimmerman, Rae
Economics of Transition of Sustainable Farming1993Maryland, University ofLichtenberg, Erik
Regulation of Pesticide Discharge into Surface and Groundwater Under Uncertainty1993Oklahoma State UniversityWillett, Keith D.
The Effect of Product Labeling and Odor on Behavior Exhibited by Users of Household Projects1993Carnegie-Mellon UniversitySmall, Mitchell J.
The Use of Marketable Permits for Pesticide Control2001California at Berkeley, University ofZilberman, David
Value of Reducing Children's Mortality Risk: Effects of Latency and Disease Type2002Harvard UniversityHaninger, Kevin
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Contingent Valuation for Ecological and Noncancer Effects within an Integrated Human Health and Ecological Risk Framework2002Harvard UniversityStackelberg, Katherine von
Evaluating the Dissemination and Impact of Toxics Release Inventory Data2000North Carolina State UniversityAtlas, Mark
Family Decision Making and the Value of Preventing Childhood Developmental Impairment2002Resources for the Future
Georgia Institute of Technology
Alberta, University of
Bostrom, Ann
Regulating Environmental Health Risks: An Analysis of EPA Decisionmaking1991Maryland, University ofCropper, Maureen L.
Regulating Pollution Through Information Disclosure: Facility Response to the Toxics Release Inventory2001Harvard UniversityMiller, Nolan
The Effect of Product Labeling and Odor on Behavior Exhibited by Users of Household Projects1993Carnegie-Mellon UniversitySmall, Mitchell J.
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An Integrated Modeling Framework for Analyzing Wetlands Policies: Balancing Economic Factors and Ecosystem Services1999California at Davis, University ofWeinberg, Marca
Can Contingent Valuation Measure Passive Use Values1995Cornell University
Princeton University
California at Los Angeles, University of
Washington, University of
Colorado, University of
Schulze, William
Deriving Biodiversity Option Value Within a Model of Biotechnology Research and Development1995California at Berkeley, University ofRausser, Gordon C.
Designing Incentives that Strengthen Local Capacity for Land Development with Open Space and Healthy Ecosystems: Environmental Impact Fees2000Rhode Island, University ofSwallow, Stephen K.
Developing Conjoint Stated Preference Methods for Valuation of Environmental Resources Within Their Ecological Context1995Rhode Island, University ofOpaluch, James J.
Ecosystem Valuation: Policy Applications for the Patuxent Watershed Ecological-Economics Model1996Clark UniversityGeoghegan, Jacqueline
Environmental Values and National Economic Accounts1995Colorado at Boulder, University ofFlores, Nicholas E.
Improved Valuation of Ecological Benefits Associated with Aquatic Living Resources: Development and Testing of Indicator-Based Stated Preference Valuation and Transfer2004University of ConnecticutJohnston, Robert J.
Indicators of Ecosystem Value: Deriving Units of Exchange for Habitat Trades, Banking and Preservation Priorities1999Resources for the FutureBoyd, James
Innovation in the Valuation of Ecosystems: A Forest Application1995Vanderbilt University
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Russell, Clifford S.
Land Management with Biological and Economic Objectives1998Oregon State UniversityMontgomery, Claire A.
Market Valuation Models and Ecosystem Management in Making Legal and Policy Choices1998American UniversitySalzman, James
Measuring Societal Perceptions, Attitudes and Economic Benefits of Ecological Integrity and Biodiversity by Extending Contingent Valuation1995Colorado State UniversityCovich, Alan
Multi-criteria, Dynamic and Place Based Approach to Ecosystem Valuation1997Georgia Institute of TechnologyNorton, Bryan
Policy, Norms and Values in Forest Conservation: Protected Area Buffer Zone Management in Central America1996Cornell UniversityPfeiffer, Max
Predicting and Valuing Species Populations in an Integrated Economic/Ecosystem Model2002Wyoming, University of
Central Florida, University of
Finnoff, David
Preference Formation and Elicitation in Valuing Non-Market Goods1995New Mexico, University ofBrookshire, David S.
Stated Preference Valuation Using Real Money for Real Forested Wetlands1996Rhode Island, University ofPaton, Peter
Structural Benefits Transfer: Tying Ecosystem Valuation to Utility Theory2002Research Triangle Institute
North Carolina State University
Pattanayak, Subhrendu
Updating Prior Methods for Non-Market Valuation: A Bayesian Approach to Combining Disparate Sources of Environmental Values1996Iowa State UniversityKling, Catherine L.
Valuation of Regional Ecological Response to Acidification and Techniques for Transferring Estimates2004Resources for the FutureKrupnick, Alan J.
Valuing the Stock and Flow of Mineral and Renewable Assets in National Income Accounting1995Colorado School of MinesDavis, Graham
Valuing Water Quality in Midwestern Lake Ecosystems: Temporal Stability and the Role of Information in Value Formation2002Iowa State UniversityKling, Catherine L.
Web-Based Methods for Valuing Wetlands Services1999Michigan State UniversityHoehn, John
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2004 NAREA Workshop on Trade and the Environment2003Northeast Agricultural and Resource Economics AssociationJames Shortle
Agent-Based Modeling of Industrial Ecosystems2001Harvard UniversityAndrews, Clinton J.
Aggregative and Deliberative Contexts for Valuation: A Philosophical Contribution to Experimental Research in Environmental Decision Making1996Maryland, University ofSagoff, Mark
An Experimental Study of Transactions Costs, Liability Rules and Point-Nonpoint Source Trading in Environmental Markets2001Purdue UniversityCason, Timothy N.
An Investigation of Compliance Behavior and Enforcement of Emissions Trading Programs Using Experimental Analyses2001Massachusetts, University ofMurphy, James
Assessing Preferences for Environmental Decisions with Long-term Consequences1998California at Irvine, University ofKeller, L. Robin
Benefit Transfer Using Values from Adult-oriented Studies to Evaluate Children's Health Effects (Phase 1 - - Theory)2000Wyoming, University ofAgee, Mark D.
Biofuel Trade-Offs: Fuels, Forests and Food2008Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyJohn Reilly
Business-Led Environmental Management: Economic Incentives and Environmental Implications1999Illinois at Urbana, University ofKhanna, Madhu
Camp Resources - A Workshop for Professional Development of Young Researchers in Environmental Economics2008North Carolina State UniversityLaura Taylor
Camp Resources Workshop on Environmental Economics Research2004North Carolina State UniversityV. Kerry Smith
Can Panel-Based Internet Surveys be Trusted for Determining Willingness to Pay?2006Resources for the FutureAlan Krupnick
Citizen's Preferences for Enviornmental Options: Evidence on Existence and Triggering1997Vanderbilt University
Decision Research
Maryland, University of
Russell, Clifford S.
Clarifying the Requirements of Sustainability: Reconciling Ecological, Economic, and Philosophical Perspectives1993Resources for the FutureToman, Michael A.
Combining Expert Judgments to Characterize Uncertainty for Economic Analysis2006Harvard UniversityJames Hammitt
Communicating Environmental Risks1991Duke UniversityViscusi, W. Kip
Comparative Plant-Level Analysis of Three Voluntary Environmental Programs2002Resources for the FutureMorgenstern, Richard
Comparative Studies of Approaches to Eliciting Economic Values1995California at San Diego, University ofCarson, Richard T.
Compliance and Beyond: Strategic Government-Industry Interactions in Environmental Policy and Performance2001Harvard UniversityParson, Edward A.
Continued Development of Methods for Characterizing and Ranking Health, Safety and Environmental Risks1999Carnegie Mellon UniversityMorgan, Granger
Current and Emerging Issues Workshops2004Resources for the Future, Inc.Alan Krupnick
Current and Emerging Issues Workshops2004University of California – Santa BarbaraCharles Kolstad
Current Issues Workshop - Environmental Economics2010University of California Santa BarbaraCharles Kolstad
Demand Revealing Mechanisms for Contingent Valuation Validity Tests: Experimental Approach Using Appropriate Populations1997Cornell UniversityPoe, Gregory
Development of a New Method for Valuing Environmental Resources1992Decision Science Research InstituteGregory, Robin
Development of a Theory of Values and Their Measurement1995Pennsylvania, University ofBaron, Jonathan
Dissertation Workshops in Environmental Economics2010University of California Santa BarbaraCharles Kolstad
Distinguishing Values from Valuation in a Policy Relevant Manner1996Decision Science Research InstituteSatterfield, Theresa
Dynamic Adjustment to Incentive-Based Environmental Policy to Improve Efficiency and Performance2002Resources for the FutureBurtraw, Dallas
Economic Impact of EPA, Judicial Actions and Environmental Legislation on
Affected Firms and Industries
1991Northeastern UniversityBadrinath, Swaminathan G.
Embedding in Stated Preference2001California at Berkeley, University ofHanemann, Michael
Enforcement and Monitoring of Environmental Laws: An Experimental Examination1994Massachusetts at Boston, University ofBrown, Paul
Environmental Education Workshop: The Connection from Empirical Analysis to Welfare Evaluation2004National Bureau of Economic ResearchDon Fullerton
Environmental Management Strategies and Corporate Performance: Identification and analysis of the motivators of regulated entities' environmental behavior and performance2001California at Santa Barbara, University ofDelmas, Magali A.
Environmental Management Systems: Do Formalized Management Systems Produce Superior Performance?2001North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University ofAndrews, Richard N.
Environmental Management Systems: Informing Organizational Decisions2001Carnegie Mellon UniversityLave, Lester
Environmental Valuation Reference Inventory (EVRI):2003Environment CanadaGreg MacComb
Evaluating the Relative Effectiveness of Economic Incentives and Direct Regulation for Environmental Protection: Impacts on the Diffusion of Technology1991Harvard UniversityStavins, Robert N.
Experimental Tests of Provision Rules in Conjoint Analysis for Environmental Valuation2002Georgia State UniversityTaylor, Laura
Expert elicitation of the deep uncertainty surrounding the market and non-market damages of climate change2010Dartmouth UniversityMichael Gerst
Factors Influencing Participation of Local Governmental Officals in Environmental Policy Making1996Social Science Research InstituteWebler, Thomas
Heartlands Environmental Economics Workshop2008University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignAmy Ando
Identifying Leaders and Laggers in Pollution Prevention1992Clark UniversityRatick, Samuel J.
Identifying Methods for Improving The Effectiveness of Audit Policies and Laws2001Colorado State UniversityStretesky, Paul B.
Impact of Cross-State Variation in Pollution Regulation1992Clark UniversityGrey, Wayne B.
Improving Willingness-to-Accept Responses Using Alternate Forms of Compensation1995Duke University, Nicholas School of the Environment
Research Triangle Institute
Duke University, Fuqua School of Business
Van Houtven, George
Incentive-Based Environmental Policies in Regulated Industries1992Resources for the FutureBurtraw, Dallas
Innovations in Academic Communication at the Heartland Environmental and Resource Economics Workshop2004Iowa State UniversityKathy Kling
Introducing Markets for Green Products: Product Demand, Environmental Quality and Economic Welfare2000Michigan, University ofKotchen, Matthew J.
Managed Ecosystems and the Economics of Invasive Species2004University of Maryland, College ParkLoretta Lynch
Market Impacts and Distributional Consequences of Pollution Control Mechanisms in the Context of Multiple Interacting Policies and Market Failures2008Resources for the FutureCarolyn Fisher
Meta-Regression Analysis of Recreation Valuation and Demand Elasticities: Identifying and Correcting Publication Selection Bias to Improve Benefit Transfer2004Oregon State UniversityRosenberger, Randall S.
Meta Analysis-Economic Research Workshop2008Oregon State UniversityRandall Rosenberger
Methods Development in Using Constructive Survey Approaches to Value Nonmarket Environmental Resources1995Decision ResearchGregory, Robin
Micro-Econometric Training Workshop2008North Carolina State UniversityDaniel Phaneuf
Mode Effects and Other Potential Biases in Panel-Based Internet Surveys Augmenting Nationwide Environmental Survey on Willingness to Pay2006University of WyomingMark McNulty
Mortality Risk Valuation And Stated Preference Methods: An Exploratory Study1995Resources for the Future
Maryland, University of
World Bank
Colorado, University of
Michigan, University of
Krupnick, Alan
Not All Deaths are Created Equal: Understanding Individual Preferences for Reductions in Morbidity-Mortality Events2001California at Los Angeles, University ofDeShazo, J. R.


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