Joe Kerkvliet

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Ballard Extension Hall

Ballard Extension Hall 226A

2591 SW Campus Way

2591 SW Campus Way
Corvallis, OR 97331

Endangered species conservation, conservation on private land, non-market valuation, economics of education

I love teaching environmental and natural resource economics. I am rewarded when students grapple with the opportunities and challenges of managing our natural resources for future generations and making the unavoidable tradeoffs between human wants and environmental integrity. I teach classes in natural resource economics, environmental policy, law, and economics, non-market valuation, and conservation on private land. I have also taught classes in econometrics and sustainable natural resource management.

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Big trout on small flies, winter steelhead, and just about any other pursuit involving a fly rod are never far from my thoughts and plans.  I also enjoy swimming, hiking, yoga, gardening, and white water rafting.

Biography

I earned a Ph.D. from University of Wyoming in 1986 and joined the New Mexico State University faculty. In 1988, I joined the Economics Department at Oregon State University. I left OSU as Economics Professor Emeritus in 2007 and served as Senior Resource Economist for The Wilderness Society from 2006-2012. In 2014, I joined the Applied Economics Department at OSU as Professor.

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