Christian Langpap

Associate Professor
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Office: 541-737-1473

Ballard Extension Hall

Ballard Extension Hall 240E

2591 SW Campus Way

2591 SW Campus Way
Corvallis, OR 97331

Voluntary conservation of endangered species; Evaluation of effectiveness of endangered species legislation; Role of environmental NGOs in the enforcement of environmental regulations; Private provision of environmental public goods; Environmental impacts of agricultural policy.

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Applied Economics
Courses Taught: 

AEC 525 Applied Econometrics

AEC 625 Advanced Econometrics I

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Beyond OSU

Associate Professor. Ph.D., Oregon State University, 2003. Research emphasis is on the economics of endangered species conservation and enforcement of environmental regulations. Past projects have focused on modeling incentives for conservation of endangered species on private land, assessing the effectiveness of endangered species recovery legislation, evaluating the effects of enforcement of the Clean Water Act through private lawsuits, and examining the environmental impacts of biofuel mandates.

Current projects include the private provision of public environmental goods by nonprofit groups, preemptive conservation to prevent endangered species listings, and the environmental impacts of crop insurance. Publications have appeared in the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Land Economics, Environmental and Resource Economics, the Journal of Regulatory Economics, and Ecological Economics.