Index by author


A

  1. Aanesen, Margrethe

  2. Adamson, David

    1. Open Access
      Incorporating Uncertainty in the Economic Evaluation of Capital Investments for Water-Use Efficiency Improvements
      David Adamson and Adam Loch
  3. Andor, Mark A.

    1. Consequentiality, Elicitation Formats, and the Willingness to Pay for Green Electricity: Evidence from Germany
      Mark A. Andor, Manuel Frondel and Marco Horvath
  4. Anthony, J. Ross

    1. Economic Valuation as a Communication Device for Environmental Philanthropy: Evidence from the Lab and Field
      Sandra H. Goff, Caroline L. Noblet and J. Ross Anthony
  5. Armstrong, Claire W.

  6. Armsworth, Paul R.

    1. Are Simultaneously Decided Referenda Substitutable? Evidence from Municipal Land Use Ballot Measures
      Matthew Gammans, James N. Sanchirico, Kailin Kroetz, Paul R. Armsworth and Elaine W. Swiedler
  7. Asche, Frank

    1. Open Access
      Measuring Motivations for Choosing Ecolabeled Seafood: Environmental Concerns and Warm Glow
      Julia Bronnmann, Max Thilo Stoeven, Martin Quaas and Frank Asche

B

  1. Beaumais, Olivier

    1. A Contingent Valuation Test for Measuring the Construct Validity of Willingness-to-Pay Estimates Derived from Choice Experiments
      Romain Crastes dit Sourd, Olivier Beaumais, Pierre-Alexandre Mahieu, Pablo Martínez-Camblor and Riccardo Scarpa
  2. Bronnmann, Julia

    1. Open Access
      Measuring Motivations for Choosing Ecolabeled Seafood: Environmental Concerns and Warm Glow
      Julia Bronnmann, Max Thilo Stoeven, Martin Quaas and Frank Asche

F

  1. Fei, Chengcheng J.

    1. Honey Bees, Almonds, and Colony Mortality: An Economic Simulation of the U.S. Pollination Market
      Chengcheng J. Fei, Kendra M. Williamson, Richard T. Woodward, Bruce A. McCarl and Juliana Rangel
  2. Fitzpatrick, Luke G.

    1. Data-Driven Estimation of Treatment Buffers in Hedonic Analysis: An Examination of Surface Coal Mines
      Luke G. Fitzpatrick and Christopher F. Parmeter
  3. Frondel, Manuel

    1. Consequentiality, Elicitation Formats, and the Willingness to Pay for Green Electricity: Evidence from Germany
      Mark A. Andor, Manuel Frondel and Marco Horvath

G

  1. Gammans, Matthew

    1. Are Simultaneously Decided Referenda Substitutable? Evidence from Municipal Land Use Ballot Measures
      Matthew Gammans, James N. Sanchirico, Kailin Kroetz, Paul R. Armsworth and Elaine W. Swiedler
  2. Ghoshray, Atanu

    1. Are Trends Stochastic or Deterministic? A Reappraisal of Persistence in Natural Resource Prices
      Atanu Ghoshray
  3. Goff, Sandra H.

    1. Economic Valuation as a Communication Device for Environmental Philanthropy: Evidence from the Lab and Field
      Sandra H. Goff, Caroline L. Noblet and J. Ross Anthony

H

  1. Horvath, Marco

    1. Consequentiality, Elicitation Formats, and the Willingness to Pay for Green Electricity: Evidence from Germany
      Mark A. Andor, Manuel Frondel and Marco Horvath
  2. Hrozencik, R. Aaron

    1. The Importance of Well Yield in Groundwater Demand Specifications
      Taro Mieno, Mani Rouhi Rad, Jordan F. Suter and R. Aaron Hrozencik

K

  1. Kabaya, Kei

    1. Discrete and Continuous Preference Heterogeneity in a Kuhn-Tucker Model: Beach Recreational Demand
      Kei Kabaya and Koichi Kuriyama
  2. Klaiber, H. Allen

    1. Equilibrium Outcomes and Amenity Valuation in a Multispatial Residential Sorting Framework
      Mitchell R. Livy and H. Allen Klaiber
  3. Klis, Anna A.

    1. Estimating Dynamic Adjustment in Commercial Fisheries
      Richard T. Melstrom and Anna A. Klis
  4. Kroetz, Kailin

    1. Are Simultaneously Decided Referenda Substitutable? Evidence from Municipal Land Use Ballot Measures
      Matthew Gammans, James N. Sanchirico, Kailin Kroetz, Paul R. Armsworth and Elaine W. Swiedler
  5. Kuriyama, Koichi

    1. Discrete and Continuous Preference Heterogeneity in a Kuhn-Tucker Model: Beach Recreational Demand
      Kei Kabaya and Koichi Kuriyama

L

  1. Livy, Mitchell R.

    1. Equilibrium Outcomes and Amenity Valuation in a Multispatial Residential Sorting Framework
      Mitchell R. Livy and H. Allen Klaiber
  2. Loch, Adam

    1. Open Access
      Incorporating Uncertainty in the Economic Evaluation of Capital Investments for Water-Use Efficiency Improvements
      David Adamson and Adam Loch

M

  1. Mahieu, Pierre-Alexandre

    1. A Contingent Valuation Test for Measuring the Construct Validity of Willingness-to-Pay Estimates Derived from Choice Experiments
      Romain Crastes dit Sourd, Olivier Beaumais, Pierre-Alexandre Mahieu, Pablo Martínez-Camblor and Riccardo Scarpa
  2. Martínez-Camblor, Pablo

    1. A Contingent Valuation Test for Measuring the Construct Validity of Willingness-to-Pay Estimates Derived from Choice Experiments
      Romain Crastes dit Sourd, Olivier Beaumais, Pierre-Alexandre Mahieu, Pablo Martínez-Camblor and Riccardo Scarpa
  3. McCarl, Bruce A.

    1. Honey Bees, Almonds, and Colony Mortality: An Economic Simulation of the U.S. Pollination Market
      Chengcheng J. Fei, Kendra M. Williamson, Richard T. Woodward, Bruce A. McCarl and Juliana Rangel
  4. Melstrom, Richard T.

    1. Estimating Dynamic Adjustment in Commercial Fisheries
      Richard T. Melstrom and Anna A. Klis
  5. Mieno, Taro

    1. The Importance of Well Yield in Groundwater Demand Specifications
      Taro Mieno, Mani Rouhi Rad, Jordan F. Suter and R. Aaron Hrozencik

N

  1. Noblet, Caroline L.

    1. Economic Valuation as a Communication Device for Environmental Philanthropy: Evidence from the Lab and Field
      Sandra H. Goff, Caroline L. Noblet and J. Ross Anthony

P

  1. Parmeter, Christopher F.

    1. Data-Driven Estimation of Treatment Buffers in Hedonic Analysis: An Examination of Surface Coal Mines
      Luke G. Fitzpatrick and Christopher F. Parmeter

Q

  1. Quaas, Martin

    1. Open Access
      Measuring Motivations for Choosing Ecolabeled Seafood: Environmental Concerns and Warm Glow
      Julia Bronnmann, Max Thilo Stoeven, Martin Quaas and Frank Asche

R

  1. Rad, Mani Rouhi

    1. The Importance of Well Yield in Groundwater Demand Specifications
      Taro Mieno, Mani Rouhi Rad, Jordan F. Suter and R. Aaron Hrozencik
  2. Rangel, Juliana

    1. Honey Bees, Almonds, and Colony Mortality: An Economic Simulation of the U.S. Pollination Market
      Chengcheng J. Fei, Kendra M. Williamson, Richard T. Woodward, Bruce A. McCarl and Juliana Rangel
  3. Rensburg,  Thomas Van

S

  1. Sanchirico, James N.

    1. Are Simultaneously Decided Referenda Substitutable? Evidence from Municipal Land Use Ballot Measures
      Matthew Gammans, James N. Sanchirico, Kailin Kroetz, Paul R. Armsworth and Elaine W. Swiedler
  2. Scarpa, Riccardo

    1. A Contingent Valuation Test for Measuring the Construct Validity of Willingness-to-Pay Estimates Derived from Choice Experiments
      Romain Crastes dit Sourd, Olivier Beaumais, Pierre-Alexandre Mahieu, Pablo Martínez-Camblor and Riccardo Scarpa
  3. Sourd, Romain Crastes dit

    1. A Contingent Valuation Test for Measuring the Construct Validity of Willingness-to-Pay Estimates Derived from Choice Experiments
      Romain Crastes dit Sourd, Olivier Beaumais, Pierre-Alexandre Mahieu, Pablo Martínez-Camblor and Riccardo Scarpa
  4. Stoeven, Max Thilo

    1. Open Access
      Measuring Motivations for Choosing Ecolabeled Seafood: Environmental Concerns and Warm Glow
      Julia Bronnmann, Max Thilo Stoeven, Martin Quaas and Frank Asche
  5. Suter, Jordan F.

    1. The Importance of Well Yield in Groundwater Demand Specifications
      Taro Mieno, Mani Rouhi Rad, Jordan F. Suter and R. Aaron Hrozencik
  6. Swiedler, Elaine W.

    1. Are Simultaneously Decided Referenda Substitutable? Evidence from Municipal Land Use Ballot Measures
      Matthew Gammans, James N. Sanchirico, Kailin Kroetz, Paul R. Armsworth and Elaine W. Swiedler

W

  1. Williamson, Kendra M.

    1. Honey Bees, Almonds, and Colony Mortality: An Economic Simulation of the U.S. Pollination Market
      Chengcheng J. Fei, Kendra M. Williamson, Richard T. Woodward, Bruce A. McCarl and Juliana Rangel
  2. Woodward, Richard T.

    1. Honey Bees, Almonds, and Colony Mortality: An Economic Simulation of the U.S. Pollination Market
      Chengcheng J. Fei, Kendra M. Williamson, Richard T. Woodward, Bruce A. McCarl and Juliana Rangel