PUBLISHED PAPERS

 Fuel Choice in Developing Countries: Evidence from Bolivia.”  Economic Development and Cultural Change, v. 50, n. 4, July 2002. 

International Support for Environmental Protection.” Environment and Development Economics, v. 9, n. 6, December 2004.

  “Willingness to Pay for Environmental Quality: Testable Empirical Implications of the Growth and Environment Literature.  (co-author Arik Levinson). Contributions to Economic Analysis and Policy (Berkeley Electronic Press), v. 3, n. 1, article 2, 2004, http://www.bepress.com/bejeap/contributions/vol3/iss1/art2

 “Charitable Donations: Evidence of Demand for Environmental Protection?”  International Advances in Economic Research, v. 13, n. 2, May 2007, DOI 10.1007/s11294-007-9080-4.

“Environmental Participation in the U.S. Sulfur Allowance Auctions.” Environmental and Resource Economics, v. 38, n. 3, Nov. 2007, DOI 10.1007/s10640-007-9079-6.

“Impact of Increased Access and Price on Household Water Use in Urban Bolivia” The Journal of Environment and Development, v. 16, n. 1, March 2007.

WORKING PAPERS

Gender, Household Decision-Making and Environmental Giving. Presented at Midwest Economics Association Conference, CSWEP session, Minneapolis, March 2007 and the Heartland Environmental and Resource Economics Conference, Ames, Iowa, September 2007.

Air Pollution in Terre Haute, Indiana: Odors vs. Health Effects." (co-author John Kropf) Presented at Midwest Economics Association Conference, Minneapolis, March 2007.

“Gender and Support for Environmental Protection.” Presented at Midwest Economics Association Conference, Milwaukee, March 2005, ISU Social Sciences Research Colloquium September 2005, Indiana Academy of Social Sciences Conference, Terre Haute, October 2005 and ASSA meetings, URPE session, Chicago, January 2007.

“Green Giving and Demand for Environmental Quality,” Presented at Midwest Economics Association Conference, Chicago, March 2006, Western Economics Association International, San Diego, July 2006, and the Heartland Environmental and Resource Economics Conference, Ames, Iowa, September 2006.

Household Fuel Use in Rural Bolivia. Presented at Midwest Association of Latin American Studies Conference, Charleston, IL, November 2003 and Midwest Economics Association Conference, Chicago, March 2004.

 “Examining the Relationship between Household Satisfaction and Pollution.” Paper presented at Eastern Economic Association Conference, New York, February 2003.

 “Equity Implications of Fuel Pricing Policy Changes in the Bolivian Economic Reforms: Have Fuel Price Increases in Bolivia Led to Increased Income Inequality?” Working Paper.

 OTHER RESEARCH

 M.S. Thesis: Analysis of Farmers Leaving Farming in Five Pennsylvania Counties. The Pennsylvania State University, 1989.

 Musser, Wesley N., James S. Shortle, David G. Waddington, and Debra K. Israel. 1993. “Benefits of Agricultural Land Preservation for Urban Populations in Pennsylvania.” in Urbanization and Development Effects on the Use of Natural Resources, Proceedings of a Regional Workshop. Eric M. Thunberg and John E. Reynolds, eds. Mississippi State, MS: Southern Rural Development Center and The Farm Foundation.