Agenda

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Below is a full list of presentations at the conference. Selected presentations are listed in the order they were presented at the conference.

 

Presentation List

Invited Keynote Speaker

Subject Pools and Deception in Agricultural and Resource Economics Experiments
Tim Cason, Distinguished Professor & Gadomski Chair of Economics, Purdue University

 

Invited Keynote Panel:

Conservation Districts: Locally-Led Conservation

Jeremy Peters, CEO, National Association of Conservation Districts

Behavioral and Experimental Economics and USDA Conservation Policy: Past, Present and Possible Futures

Marca Weinberg, Director of the Resource and Rural Economics Division, USDA ERS

 

Michael Price, Professor, University of Alabama

 

Selected Papers

Empathy Conservation in the Field: Encouraging Farmer’s Participation in the Conservation Stewardship Program

Natalia V. Czap* (U of Michigan-Dearborn), Hans J. Czap* (U of Michigan-Dearborn), Simanti Banerjee (U of Nebraska-Lincoln), and Mark E. Burbach (U of Nebraska-Lincoln)
Discussant: Daniel Hellerstein, USDA-ERS

 

An Experimental Approach to Assessing the Influence of Information on Conservation Impacts

Aaron Hrozenick* (Colorado State U), Jordan Suter (Colorado State U),
Dale Manning (Colorado State U), and Chris Goemans (Colorado State U)
Discussant: Craig Landry, University of Georgia

 

The effect of informational nudges to promote voluntary behavior to reduce nonpoint source pollution: A randomized controlled trial in the field

Haoran Miao* (U Rhode Island), Simona Trandafir (U Rhode Island),
Emi Uchida (U Rhode Island), and Michael Price (U Alabama)
Discussant: Laura McCann, University of Missouri

Understanding the Effectiveness of Different Messengers – Nudging in Field Experiments on Consumer Preference for Recycled Irrigation Water

Alix Schmidt (U Alberta), Maik Kecinski* (U Alberta), Tongzhe Li (U Windsor),
Kent Messer (U Delaware), and Julia Parker (U Delaware)
Discussant: Michael Price, University of Alabama

 

Environmental Labelling and consumption changes: A food choice experiment

Anne Lacroix (U Grenoble Alpes), Laurent Muller* (U Grenoble Alpes), and
Bernard Ruffieux (U Grenoble Alpes)
Discussant: Nadia Streletskaya, Oregon State University

 

Do voluntary carbon offsets induce energy rebound? A conservationist’s dilemma

Matthew Harding (U California-Irvine) and David Rapson* (U California-Davis)
Discussant: Scott Holladay, University of Tennessee

 

Investigating Potential Impacts of Non-attainment Risk Mitigation on Conservation Exchange Outcomes

Karsyn Lamb* (U Wyoming), Kristi Hansen (U Wyoming), Christopher Bastian (U Wyoming), Amy Nagler (U Wyoming), and Chian Jones Ritten (U Wyoming)
Discussant: Simanti Banerjee, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 

Policy Instruments and Incentives for Coordinated Habitat Conservation

Carson Reeling* (Western Michigan U), Leah H. Palm-Forster (U Delaware), and
R. Max Melstrom (Loyola U Chicago)
Discussant: Neslihan Uler, University of Maryland

 

Reuniting and Adapting to Habitat Fragmentation for Red Wolf Recovery

Jacob Hochard* (East Carolina U), Yuanhao Li (East Carolina U), David Finnoff (Norwegian School of Economics), and Jason Shogren (U Wyoming)
Discussant: Christian Rojas, University of Massachusetts Amherst

 

Private Benefits of Conservation and Procurement Auction Performance

Marc Conte* (Fordham U) and Robert M. Griffin (Stanford U)
Discussant: Jacob Fooks, USDA-ERS

 

An artefactual experiment on the performance of agglomeration bonuses in conservation auctions: Lessons from the field

Zhaoyang Liu (U Cambridge), Qin Tu (Beijing Normal U), Jintao Xu (Peking U), Xiaojun Yang (Xi’an Jiaotong U), Nick Hanley (U St. Andrews), and Andreas Kontoleon* (U Cambridge)
Discussant: Paul Ferraro, Johns Hopkins University

 

Private Costs for Environmental Goods Provision in a Development Context: Lab and Field Tests of a Novel Cost-Revealing Mechanism

Samuel D. Bell* (Oregon State University)
Discussant: Rudy Santore, University of Tennessee

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