Our faculty conduct research in a range of economics fields, including land use change, government regulations, and environmental planning, at the micro and macro levels.
Our students’ scholarship is fostered by our faculty whose impactful research has been recognized worldwide through:
- Publications: Our faculty’s research has been published in leading journals like the American Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy and the Review of Economics and Statistics, to name a few.
- Leadership: Several faculty hold editorial positions or leadership positions with the American Journal of Agricultural Economics, the Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics and the EPA's Science Advisory Board and Environmental Economics Advisory Committee.
- Funding: The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, the National Science Foundation, and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, to name a few, have funded faculty research through grants.
- Collaboration: Our faculty’s collaborations with economists worldwide at organizations like the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, the National Bureau of Economic Research, and the Central Bank of Luxembourg provide important connections between the university and professional organizations.
Submissions from 2023
Equity preferences and abatement cost sharing in international environmental agreements, Tobias Börger, Nick Hanley, Robert J. Johnson, Keila Meginnis, Tom Ndebele, Ghamz E. Ali Siyal, and Frans De Vries
Biophysical Measures to Support Analysis and Communication of Existence Values, James Boyd, Robert Johnston, and Paul Ringold
The aggregate gains of eliminating gender and ethnic gaps in the Malaysian labor market, David Cuberes, Achim Schmillen, and Marc Teignier
Value transfer in ecosystem accounting applications, I. Grammatikopoulou, T. Badura, R.J Johnston, D.N Barton, S. Ferrini, M. Schaafsma, and A. La Notte
Spatial dimensions of water quality value in New England river networks, Robert J. Johnston, Klaus Moeltner, Seth Peery, Tom Ndebele, Zhenyu Yao, Stefano Crema, Wilfred M. Wollheim, and Elena Besedin
Locally-weighted meta-regression and benefit transfer, Klaus Moeltner, Roshan Puri, Robert Johnston, Elena Besedin, Jessica A. Balukas, and Alyssa Le
Submissions from 2022
Deworming as HIV Prevention for Young Women: Evidence from Zimbabwe, Jon Denton-Schneider
Submissions from 2021
Colonial Institutions, Marriage Markets, and HIV: Evidence from Mozambique, Jon Denton-Schneider