- Ph.D. Resource Economics, Duke University, 1988
Ph.D. Dissertation: Economically interdependent stocks and joint optimal allocation of renewable and exhaustible natural resources, with an application to coastal zone development.
- M.S. Resource Economics, Duke University, 1986
- B.S. Natural Resources and Wildlife Ecology, Cornell University, 1982
- Professor, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Connecticut.
Current Research Areas
- Natural Resource and Environmental Economics
- Ecosystem Services
- Land-Use Policy