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    Food and Resource Economics Department

    Food and Resource Economics Department

Research Areas

Natural Resource and Environmental Economics

FRE faculty apply methodologies such as ecosystem service valuation, cost-benefit analysis of policy interventions, bioeconomic modeling, and the use of experimental methods and behavioral nudges to induce conservation behaviors. These methods are applied to a range of environmental and natural resource topics including marine conservation, water conservation and water quality management, and management of agri-environmental systems and other terrestrial ecosystems.

To learn more about active research projects, check the web-pages of the individual faculty members: