Jeffrey Englin
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Economic impacts of non-native forest insects in the continental United States
JE Aukema, B Leung, K Kovacs, C Chivers, KO Britton, J Englin, ...
PLoS one 6 (9), e24587, 2011
Estimating social welfare using count data models: an application to long-run recreation demand under conditions of endogenous stratification and truncation
J Englin, JS Shonkwiler
The Review of Economics and statistics, 104-112, 1995
Augmenting travel cost models with contingent behavior data: Poisson regression analyses with individual panel data
J Englin, TA Cameron
Environmental and resource economics 7, 133-147, 1996
Respondent experience and contingent valuation of environmental goods
TA Cameron, J Englin
Journal of Environmental Economics and management 33 (3), 296-313, 1997
A hedonic travel cost analysis for valuation of multiple components of site quality: the recreation value of forest management
J Englin, R Mendelsohn
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 21 (3), 275-290, 1991
Modeling recreation demand in the presence of unobservable travel costs: toward a travel price model
J Englin, JS Shonkwiler
Journal of environmental economics and management 29 (3), 368-377, 1995
Impacts of water reallocation: A combined computable general equilibrium and recreation demand model approach
CK Seung, TR Harris, JE Englin, NR Netusil
The Annals of Regional Science 34, 473-487, 2000
Testing for differential effects of forest fires on hiking and mountain biking demand and benefits
J Loomis, A Gonzalez-Caban, J Englin
Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 508-522, 2001
The value of water levels in water‐based recreation: A pooled revealed preference/contingent behavior model
ME Eiswerth, J Englin, E Fadali, WD Shaw
Water resources research 36 (4), 1079-1086, 2000
Valuing aboriginal artifacts: a combined revealed-stated preference approach
PC Boxall, J Englin, WL Adamowicz
Journal of environmental Economics and Management 45 (2), 213-230, 2003
The value of snowfall to skiers and boarders
J Englin, K Moeltner
Environmental and Resource Economics 29, 123-136, 2004
A structural equations approach to modeling consumptive recreation demand
J Englin, D Lambert, WD Shaw
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 33 (1), 33-43, 1997
The dynamic path of recreational values following a forest fire: a comparative analysis of states in the Intermountain West
J Englin, J Loomis, A González-Cabán
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 31 (10), 1837-1844, 2001
An empirical examination of optimal rotations in a multiple-use forest in the presence of fire risk
J Englin, P Boxall, G Hauer
Journal of agricultural and resource economics, 14-27, 2000
Valuing the impacts of forest fires on backcountry forest recreation
J Englin, PC Boxall, K Chakraborty, DO Watson
Forest Science 42 (4), 450-455, 1996
Global climate change and optimal forest management
J Englin, JM Callaway
Natural Resource Modeling 7 (3), 191-202, 1993
Modeling recreation demand in a Poisson system of equations: An analysis of the impact of international exchange rates
J Englin, P Boxall, D Watson
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 80 (2), 255-263, 1998
Optimal taxation: timber and externalities
JE Englin, MS Klan
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 18 (3), 263-275, 1990
Investing in rangeland restoration in the arid west, USA: countering the effects of an invasive weed on the long-term fire cycle
R Epanchin-Niell, J Englin, D Nalle
Journal of environmental management 91 (2), 370-379, 2009
Heterogeneous preferences for congestion during a wilderness experience
P Boxall, K Rollins, J Englin
Resource and Energy Economics 25 (2), 177-195, 2003
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