Our students regularly publish their research in peer reviewed journals. The following is a list of recent student publications (student names in bold):
  • Qin, L., and S.T. Buccola. 2018.  A Bayesian Measure of Research Productivity.  In Agriscience to Agribusiness, Ed. N. Kalaitzandonakes, Springer International Publishing AG.
  • Jeff Reimer, Xin Zhang. 2018 forthcoming. An Economic Model of Search and Matching in International Trade. Review of International Economics
  • Jeff Reimer, Xiaojuan Zheng. 2017. Economic Analysis of a Bioenergy Supply Chain. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews 77:945-954.
  • Qin, L., and S.T. Buccola.  2017. Knowledge Measurement and Productivity in a Research Program. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 99: 932–951.
  • Dan Bigelow, Andrew Plantinga, David Lewis, and Christian Langpap. 2017. How Does Urbanization Affect Water Withdrawals?  Insights from an Econometrics-Based Landscape Simulation. Land Economics 93: 413-436.
  • Gooch M., B. Dent., G. Sylvia., and C. Cusack. 2017. Rollout Strategy to Implement Interoperable Traceability in the Seafood Industry. Journal of Food Science 82: A45-A57. 
  • Wu, J., and J. Yu. 2017. Efficiency-Equity Tradeoffs in Targeting Payments for Ecosystem Services. American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 99(4): 894-913.
  • Bigelow, D.P. and Plantinga, A.J., 2017. Town mouse and country mouse: Effects of urban growth controls on equilibrium sorting and land prices. Regional Science and Urban Economics 65: 104-115.
  • Lauer, C.J., C.A. Montgomery, T.G. Dietterich. 2017. Spatial interactions and optimal forest management on a fire-threatened landscape. Forest Policy and Economics 83:107-120.
  • Crandall, M.S., D.M. Adams, C.A. Montgomery, D. Smith. 2017. The potential rural development impacts of utilizing non-merchantable forest biomass. Forest Policy and Economics 74:20-29.  
  • Brekken, C. A., Parks, M., Lundgren, M. 2017. Oregon producer and consumer engagement in regional food network: Motivations and future opportunities. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 7(4), 79-103. http://dx.doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2017.074.008
  • Jaeger, W.K., Amos, A., Bigelow, D.P., Chang, H., Conklin, D.R., Haggerty, R., Langpap, C., Moore, K., Mote, P.W., Nolin, A.W. and Plantinga, A.J., C.L. Schwartz, D. Tullos, D. P. Turner, 2017. Finding water scarcity amid abundance using human–natural system models. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, p.201706847.
  • Dempsey, J.A., Plantinga, A.J., Kline, J., Lawler, J., Martinuzzi, S., V. Radeloff, and D.P. Bigelow. 2016. Effects of Local Land-Use Planning on Development and Disturbance in Riparian Areas. Land Use Policy 60:16-25.
  • Lee, Y., C.A. Montgomery, J. Kline. 2016. The influence of age-specific migration on housing growth in the rural Midwest. Landscape and Urban Planning 148:68-79
  • Badau, Flavius, Färe, Rolf, Gopinath, Munisamy. 2016. Global resilience to climate change: Examining global economic and environmental performance resulting from a global carbon dioxide market.  Resource and Energy Economics 45: 46–64.
  • Saito, H., and J. Wu. 2016. Agglomeration, Congestion, and Regional Disparities in U.S. Employment Growth. Journal of Regional Science 56: 53-71.
  • Bhatt, T., C. Cusack, B. Dent, M. Gooch, D. Jones, R. Newsome, J. Stitzinger, G, Sylvia. 2016. Project to Develop an Interoperable Seafood Traceability Technology Architecture: Issues Brief. Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and food Safety 15: 392–429.
  • Taeyoung Kim and Christian Langpap. 2016. Agricultural Landowners’ Response to Incentives for Afforestation. Resource and Energy Economics 43: 93 - 111.
  • Beau Olen, JunJie Wu and Christian Langpap. 2016. Irrigation Decisions for Major West Coast Crops: Water Scarcity and Climatic Determinants. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 98(1): 254-275.
  • Taeyoung Kim and Christian Langpap. 2015. Incentives for Carbon Sequestration Using Forest Management. Environmental and Resource Economics 62(3): 491 – 520.
  • Badau, Flavius. 2015. Ranking Trade Barriers Using Data Envelopment Analysis. European Journal of Operational Research 247: 978–986.
  • Vista, A.B., and R.S. Rosenberger. 2015. Estimating the recreational value of Taal Vulcano Protected Landscape, Philippines using benefit transfer. Journal of Environmental Science and Management 18(1):22-32.
  • Durham, C., Colonna, A., Long, D., and Masoni, S. 2015. Consumer Testing for the Local Food Start-Up. Journal of Food Distribution Research 46: 44-45.
  • Jeff Reimer, Senal Weerasooriya, Tyler West. 2015. How Does the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Affect the United States Economy?  Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 44:233-252.
  • Latta, G., Plantinga, A.J., and M. Sloggy. 2015. The Effects of Internet Use on Global Demand for Paper Products. Journal of Forestry 114(4): 433-440.
  • Dempsey, J.A.., and A.J. Plantinga.  2014.  How Well Do Urban Growth Boundaries Contain Development? Results for Oregon Using a Difference-in-Difference Estimator.  Regional Science and Urban Economics 43:996-1007. 
  • Haim, D., Plantinga, A.J., and E. Thomann. 2014. The Optimal Time Path for Carbon Abatement and Carbon Sequestration Under Uncertainty: The Case of Stochastic Targeted Stock.  Resource and Energy Economics 36(1): 151-165.
  • Grout, C., Plantinga, A.J., and W.K. Jaeger.  2014.  Pay or Waive: An Economic Assessment of Landowner Compensation Laws in the U.S.  Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 8(1): 103-119.
  • Stone, E., J. Wu. 2014. Land Use and Municipal Profiles. In Oxford Handbook of Land Economics. Ed. J. Duke and J. Wu. London: Oxford University Press.
  • Xu, W., and J. Wu. 2013. Amenity-Driven Migration and the Spatial Distribution of Economic Activity. In The Economic Value of Landscapes. Eds. Martijn van der Heide and Wim Heijman. New York: Routledge.
  • Yoo, C-K, S.T. Buccola, and M. Gopinath. 2013. Cooperative Pricing and Scale Efficiency:  The Case of Korean Rice Processing Complexes. Agricultural Economics 44:  309 – 321.
  • Nag, S., H. Yang, S.T. Buccola, and D. Ervin. 2013. Productivity and Financial Support in Academic Bioscience.  Applied Economics 45: 2817 – 2826.
  • Sylvia, G., Cusack, C., and Swanson. J., 2013.  Fishery Cooperatives and the Pacific Whiting Conservation Cooperative: Lessons and application to non-industrial fisheries in the Western Pacific. Marine Policy 44: 65-71.
  • Li, M., J. Wu, and X. Deng. 2013. Identifying Drivers of Land Use Change in China: A Spatial Multinomial Logit Model Analysis. Land Economics 89: 632-654.
  • Saurabh Datta, Jeff Reimer. 2013. Malaria and Economic Development. Review of Development Economics 17:1-15.
  • Vista, A.B., and Rosenberger, R.S. 2013. Addressing dependency in the sportfishing valuation literature: Implications for meta-regression analysis and benefit transfer. Ecological Economics 96:181-189.
  • Rosenberger, R.S., Bell, L.A., Champ, P.A., and White, E.M. 2013. Estimating the economic value of recreation losses in Rocky Mountain National Park due to a mountain pine beetle outbreak. Western Economics Forum 12(1):31-39.
  • Jeff Reimer, Xiaojuan Zheng, Mark Gehlhar. 2012. Export Demand Elasticity Estimation for Major U.S. Crops. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 44:501-515.
  • Yoo, C.K., M. Gopinath and H. Kim. 2012. “Trade Policy Reform, Productivity Growth and Welfare in Korean Agriculture.” Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, Volume 34, Issue 3, pp. 472-488.
  • Brekken, C.A. 2012. Can We Have Our (Safe and Local) Cake and Eat It Too? Oregon Redrafts Food Safety Regulations for Farm Direct Marketed Foods, Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 3(2), 95–108. http://dx.doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2013.032.003
  • Echeverría, R.,  V. Moreira, J. Barrena and M. Gopinath. 2012. “A Characterization of Chilean Farmers Based on Market Orientation.” Ciencia e Investigación Agraria, Volume 39, Issue 2, pp 255-264.
  • Hascic, I., and Wu, J. 2012. The Cost of Land Use Regulation versus the Value of Individual Exemption: Oregon's Measures 37 and 49. Contemporary Economic Policy 30: 159-214.
  • Rada, N., and S.T. Buccola. 2012. Agricultural Policy and Productivity:  Evidence from Brazilian Censuses.  Agricultural Economics 43:  355 – 367.
  • Buccola, S.T., C. Li, and J. Reimer. 2012. Immigration-Control and Minimum-Wage Effects on Agricultural Labor Supply. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 94:  464 – 470.
  • Biao Huang, Christian Langpap, and Richard Adams. 2012. The Value of In-stream Water Temperature Forecasts for Fisheries Management. Contemporary Economic Policy 30(2): 247-261.
  • Biao Huang, Christian Langpap, and Richard Adams. 2011. Using In-stream Water Temperature Forecasts for Fisheries Management: An Application in the Pacific Northwest. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 47(4): 861-876.
  • Rada, N., S.T. Buccola, and K. Fuglie. 2011. Government Policy and Agricultural Productivity in Indonesia.  American Journal of Agricultural Economics 93:  867 - 884.
  • Wang, C., and J. Wu. 2011. Locational Amenities, Increasing Returns, and Urban Development. Journal of Economic Geography 11: 687-707.
  • Saito, H., M. Gopinath, and J. Wu. 2011. Heterogeneous Firms, Trade Liberalization and Agglomeration. Canadian Journal of Economics 44: 541-560.
  • Saito, H., and M. Gopinath. 2011. “Knowledge Spillovers, Absorptive Capacity and Skill Intensity of Chilean Manufacturing Plants.” Journal of Regional Science, Volume 51, Issue 1, pp. 83-101.
  • Sharmistha Nag, Jeff Reimer. 2011. Farmland Cash Rents and the Dollar. Agricultural Economics 42:509-517.
  • Sooil Kim, Jeff Reimer, Munisamy Gopinath. 2011. The Impact of Trade Costs on Firm Entry, Exporting, and Survival in Korea. Economic Inquiry 49:434-466.
  • Jaeger, W.K., Plantinga, A.J., and C. Grout.  2011.  How has Oregon’s Land Use Planning System Affected Property Values?  Land Use Policy 29:62-72.
  • Haim, D., Alig, R.J., Plantinga, A.J., and B. Sohngen.  2011.  Climate Change and Future Land Use in the United States:  An Economic Approach.  Climate Change Economics 2(1): 27-51.
  • Grout, C.A., Jaeger, W.K., and A.J. Plantinga.  2011.  Land-Use Regulations and Property Values in Portland, Oregon:  A Regression Discontinuity Design Approach.  Regional Science and Urban Economics 41:98-107.
  • Eichman, H., Hunt, G.L., Kerkvliet, J., and A.J. Plantinga.  2010.  Local Employment Growth, Migration, and Public Land Policy: Evidence from the Northwest Forest Plan.  Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 35(2):316-333.
  • Jeff Reimer, Man Li. 2010. Trade Costs and the Gains from Trade in Crop Agriculture. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 92:1024-1039.
  • Stone, E., and J. Wu. 2010. Targeting Payment for Ecosystem Services. In Agriculture, Biodiversity and Markets. Ed. S. Lockie and D. Carpenter. London: Earthscan. Catherine A. Durham, Jason D. Miller, Heidi Mannenbach, Kristyn Anderson, and Lindsay Eng. 2011. Industry and Firm Strategies for Good Agricultural Practices and Good Handling Practices. J. of Food Distribution Research 42: 34-39.
  • Boehlert, B. B., and W. K. Jaeger, 2010. Past and future water conflicts in the Upper Klamath Basin: An economic appraisal, Water Resources Research, Volume 46, W10518, doi:10.1029/2009WR007925.
  • Alexander Marré, and Bruce A. Weber, "Assessing communnity capacity and social capital inn rural America: lessons from two rural observatories" Community Development 41(1): 92-107. 2010.
  • Ruan, J., and M. Gopinath.  2010. “Technological Convergence, Competitiveness and Welfare: A Study of International Manufacturing Industries.” Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, Volume 19, Issue 4, pp. 517-551.
  • Gopinath, M., H. Min, and S.T. Buccola. 2010. Technical Barriers to Interstate Trade:  Noxious Weed Regulations.  Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 42.
  • Nag, S., H. Yang, S. Buccola, and D. Ervin. 2010 What Drives Academic Bioscientists: Money or Values?  CHOICES 25.
  • Peck, D. and R.M. Adams. 2010 Farm-Level Impacts of Prolonged Droughts: Is a Multiyear Event More than the Sum of its Parts? Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 54:43-60.
  • Branka Valcic. 2009. Spatial Policy and the Behavior of Fishermen. Marine Policy 33: 215 – 222.
  • Cross, R.M., S.T. Buccola, and E.A. Thomann. 2009. Cooperative Liquidation Under Competitive Stress. European Review of Agricultural Economics 36:  369 – 393.
  • Wang, C., Y. Xia, and S.T. Buccola. 2009. Public Investment and Industry Incentives in Life Science Research.  American Journal of Agricultural Economics 91:  374 - 388.
  • Buccola, S.T., D. Ervin, and H. Yang. 2009. Research Choice and Finance in University Bioscience. Southern Economic Journal 75:  1238 - 1255. 
  • Lewis, D., A. Plantinga, and J. Wu. 2009. Targeting Incentives to Reduce Habitat Fragmentation American Journal of Agricultural Economics 91: 1080-1096.
  • Wu, J., and T.M. Wirkkala. 2009. Firms’ Motivations for Environmental Overcompliance. Review of Law and Economics 5: 399-433.
  • Saito, H., and M. Gopinath. 2009. “Plants’ Self-Selection, Agglomeration Economies and Regional Productivity in Chile.” Journal of Economic Geography, Volume 9, Issue 4, pp. 539-558.
  • Kim, S., M. Gopinath and H. Kim.  2009. “High Productivity Before or After Exports? An Empirical Analysis of Korean Manufacturing Firms.” Journal of Asian Economics, Volume 20, Issue 4, pp. 410-418.
  • Jeff Reimer, Man Li. 2009. Yield Variability and Agricultural Trade. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 38: 258-270.
  • Vista, A.B., R.S. Rosenberger and A.R. Collins.  2009. If you provide it, will they read it: Response time effects in a choice experiment.  Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 57:365-377.
  • Wu, J., and S. Mishra. 2008. Natural Amenities, Human Capital, and Economic Growth: An Empirical Analysis. In Frontier in Resource and Rural Economics. Ed. J. Wu, P. Barkley, and B. Weber. Washington DC: RFF Press.
  • Ruan, J., and M. Gopinath.  2008.  “Global Productivity Distribution and Trade Liberalisation: Evidence from Processed Food Industries.” European Review of Agricultural Economics, Volume 35, Issue 4, pp. 439-460.
  • Min, H., M. Gopinath, S.T. Buccola, and P.B. McEvoy. 2008. Rent-Seeking and Invasive Species Regulation:  The Case of Noxious Weeds. Land Economics 84:  306 – 326.
  • Rashford, B., B. Dugger, and R.M. Adams. 2008. Application of a Bioeconomic Production Model to Improve Wildlife Management. Journal of Wildlife Management 72: 510 – 517.
  • Ruan, J., M. Gopinath, and S.T. Buccola. 2008. Welfare Effects of Technological Convergence in Processed Food Industries. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 90:  447 - 462.
  • Ruan, J., S.T. Buccola, and D. Pick. 2007. USDA’s Trade Adjustment Assistance for Farmers:  The Raspberry Industry. Agribusiness 23:  101 – 115.
  • Rashford, B. and R.M. Adams. 2007. Improving Ecosystem Management in the Prairie Pothole Region. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 89:755-768.
  • Wu, J., and S.-H. Cho. 2007. The Effect of Local Land Use Regulations on Urban Development in the Western United States. Regional Science and Urban Economics 37: 69-86.
  • Larkin, S., Sylvia, G., Harte, M., and K. Quigley. 2007. Optimal Rebuilding of Fish Stocks in Different Nations: Bioeconomic Lessons for Regulators. Marine Resource Economics 21: 395–413.
  • Coiner, C.U., J. Wu, S. Polasky, and M. Santelmann. 2007. Economic Implications. In From the Corn Belt to the Gulf: Societal and Environmental Implications of Alternative Agricultural Futures. Eds. J.I. Nassauer, M.V. Santelmann, and D. Scavia. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future, 2007.
  • Weber, Bruce, Alexander Marré, Monica Fisher, Robert Gibbs and John Cromartie, "Education's Effect on Poverty: The Role of Migration," Review of Agricultural Economics, 29(3): 437-445 Fall 2007
  • Branka Valcic. 2004. Willingness-to-Pay Estimates and Geographic Embedded Samples: Case Study of Alaskan Steller Sea Lion. Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy 7: 57 – 72.