Department of Economics
Justin Whetton (Econ PhD student), Assistant Professor David van der Goes and their co-authors had the following paper, “Cost-effectiveness of Access to Critical Cerebral Emergency Support Services (ACCESS): a neuro-emergent telemedicine consultation program”, published in the Journal of Medical Economics.
Research Professor Rich Bernknopf, Professor Emeritus David Brookshire and their co-authors had their paper, "The Value of Remotely Sensed Information: The Case of GRACE-Enhanced Drought Severity Index", published in the journal: Weather, Climate and Society.
An interdisciplinary group of University of New Mexico (UNM) students traveled to Nepal on the Himalayan Study Abroad Program this December (December 19th, 2017- January 6th, 2018) offered by the Nepal Study Center (NSC) and Department of Economics. The study abroad program was co-led by Professor Alok Bohara and Michael Benjamin Goodwin (graduate student, economics department). For daily diary and the programmatic details, please visit: https://foxc01.wixsite.com/yogdan/projects
Assistant Professor Sarah Stith and her co-authors (Jacob Vigil and Anthony P. Reeve) had their paper, "Accuracy of Patient Opioid Use Reporting at the Time of Medical Cannabis License Renewal" accepted by Pain Research and Management.
Assistant Professor Andrew Goodkind and his co-authors (Jay Coggins, Jason Nguyen, and Beverly Wang), had their article, "Price effects, inefficient environmental policy, and windfall profits," accepted at Environmental and Resource Economics.
Assistant Professor Benjamin Jones had his sole-authored paper entitled “Spillover Health Effects of Energy Efficiency Investments: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from the Los Angeles LED Streetlight Program” accepted for publication at the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.
Assistant Professor Benjamin Jones had his sole-authored paper, "Measuring Externalities of Energy Efficiency Investments using Subjective Well-Being Data: The Case of LED Streetlights," accepted for publication at Resource and Energy Economic.
Dr. Ben Jones, Dr. Robert Berrens and co-authors had their paper, "In Search of an Inclusive Approach: Measuring Non-market Values for the Effects of Complex Dam, Hydroelectric and River System Operations." accepted for publication in: Energy Economics
Dr. Ben Jones is co-PI on grant funding received from the National Center for Responsible Gaming; the grant focuses on mental health and gambling here in New Mexico. The total award is $300,000 and the UNM sub-award is $50,000.
Phd student Xuanhao He and Assistant Professor Xiaoxue Li had their co-authored paper “Public Insurance and Birth Outcomes: Evidence from Medicaid Implementation” receive the 2018 Best Paper Award (the 2018 McGraw Hill Education Distinguished Paper Award) from the Southwestern Society of Economists. They will be recognized at a March 7, 2018 banquet at the SSE meeting in Albuquerque.
Over the last year Professor of Practice in Water Policy and Governance, John Fleck has received numerous plaudits and reviews for his Island Press book, "Water if for Fighting Over..." The book just received another excellent review: Jacobs, Katharine L. "Managing Water Scarcity, or Scarcely Managing?" Review of Water is for Fighting Over and Other Myths about Water in the West, by John Fleck. Issues in Science and Technology 34, no. 1 (Fall 2017).
Former PhD Student Bern Dealy (now with FDA), Associate Professor Brady Horn and Professor Robert Berrens had a Policy Brief published in the London School of Economics' USAPP (American Policy and Politics) blog: "A nearby meth lab can mean a big price hit for homeowners - even after they've been cleaned up." See: http://bit.ly/2o8y2Yr
Dr. Alok Bohara with Jose Bucheli and Dr. Matias Fontenla "Mixed Effects of Remittances on Child Education" that just got accepted for publication in IZA Journal of Development and Migration
Dr. Andrew Goodkind and his co-authors, Sumil Thakrar, Christopher Tessum, Julian Marshall and Jason Hill just had a paper "Life cycle air quality impacts on human health from potential switchgrass production in the United States" published in Biomass and Bioenergy.
Jose Bucheli (Econ PhD student), Prof. Kira Villa and Prof. Alok Bohara had their paper "Paths to Development? Rural Roads and Multidimensional Poverty in the Hills and Plains of Nepal" accepted at: Journal of International Development.
Mo O'Donnell (Econ PhD student) and Prof. Robert Berrens had the following paper, "Spatial Analysis of Municipal Water Demand: A Panel Data Approach," accepted for publication at: Applied Economics Letters.
Prof. Alok Bohara and Kristina Piorkowski (Econ PhD student) who had their paper accepted for publication in Feminist Economics: “Passing the ‘Torches of Freedom’: Smoking Behaviors of Women in Nepal”
All Seminars are located in the Economics Dept, Room 1002 from 2:30p - 4:00p. Speakers and dates are subject to change.
February 23, 2018
Are Consumer Boycotts Effective When Retailers Mediate Sales? The Case of Microbeaded Toothpaste