am an Assistant Professor in the Economics Department at Manchester University. My primary research fields include environmental economics, applied econometrics, and experimental economics.

Current research includes the estimation of willingness to pay to live in sustainable living communities and evaluating university recycling programs and potential behavioral interventions.

Previous research has spanned a host of topics, ranging from international environmental agreements and consensual sanctions to domestic environmental terrorism and counterterrorism interventions. Topics for future inquiry include the behavioral incentives motivating climate change mitigation and payments for environmental services to reduce deforestation in developing countries.

Contact information:
Department of Economics
604 East College Avenue
Manchester University
North Manchester, IN 46962