Publications
2017Kim, T., J. Opaluch, D.S. Moon, D.R. Petrolia. 2017. Developing a natural resource damage assessment procedure for oil spill pollution in Korea using habitat equivalency analysis. Marine Pollution Bulletin. Download
2017Petrolia, D.R., M.G. Interis, J. Hwang. 2017. Single-choice, repeated-choice, and best-worst scaling elicitation formats: Do results differ and by how much? Environmental & Resource Economics. Download
2016Haab, T.C., M.G. Interis, D.R. Petrolia, J.C. Whitehead. 2016. Interesting questions worthy of further study: Our reply to Desvousges, Mathews and Train's (2015) comment on our thoughts (2013) on Hausman's (2012) update of Diamond and Hausman's (1994) critique of contingent valuation. Applied Economic Perspectives & Policy 31(1):183-189.
2016Interis, M.G. and D.R. Petrolia. 2016. Location, location, habitat: How the value of ecosystem services varies across location and by habitat. Land Economics 92(2): 292-307. Download
2016Interis, M.G., C. Xu, D.R. Petrolia, K.T. Coatney. 2016. Examining unconditional preference revelation in choice experiments: A voting game approach. Journal of Environmental Economics & Policy 5(1):125-142. Download
2016Petrolia, D.R. 2016. Risk preferences, risk perceptions, and risky food. Food Policy 64:37-48. Download
2015Anderson, J.L., C.M. Anderson, J. Chu, J. Meredith, F. Asche, G. Sylvia, M.D. Smith, D. Anggraeni, R. Arthur, A. Guttormsen, J.K. McCluney, T. Ward, W. Akpalu, H. Eggert, J. Flores, M.A. Freeman, D.S. Holland, G. Knapp, M. Kobayashi, S. Larkin, K. MacLauchlin, K. Schnier, M. Soboil, S. Tveteras, H. Uchida, D. Valderrama. 2015. The fishery performance indicators: A management tool for triple bottom line outcomes. Plos ONE 1-(5):e0122809. Download
2015Petrolia, D.R. J. Hwang, C.E. Landry, and K.H. Coble. 2015. Wind insurance and mitigation in the Coastal Zone. Land Economics 91(2): 272-95. Download
2015Sun, C., J.C. Mingie, D.R. Petrolia, W.D. Jones. 2015. Economic impacts of nonresidential wildlife watching in the United States. Forest Science 61(1): 46-54. Download
2014Bastian, C.T., K.T. Coatney, R.D. Mealor, D.T. Taylor, P.J. Meiman. 2014. Priority weighting of nature versus finances in land management attitudes of rural exurban landowners. Landscape and Urban Planning 127:65-74. Download
2014Caffey, R.H., H. Wang, D.R. Petrolia. 2014. Trajectory economics: Assessing the flow of ecosystem services from coastal restoration. Ecological Economics 100:74-84. Download
2014Hwang, J., D.R. Petrolia, M.G. Interis. 2014. Consequentiality and opt-out responses in stated preference surveys. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 43(3):471-488. Download
2014Interis, M.G. 2014. A challenge to three widely held ideas. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 46(3):347-356. Download
2014Interis, M.G. 2014. Philosophy. Environmental and Natural Resource Economics: An Encyclopedia, Tim Haab and John Whitehead, eds., Greenwood Publishing Group.
2014Interis, M.G., D.R. Petrolia. 2014. The effects of consequentiality in binary- and multinomial-choice surveys. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 39(2):1-16. Download
2014Interis, M.G., T. Haab. 2014. Norms, self sanctioning, and contributions to the public good. Journal of Environmental Psychology 38:271-278. Download
2014Interis, M.G., T. Haab. 2014. Overheating willingness to pay: Who gets warm glow and what it means for valuation. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 43(2):266-278. Download
2014Lusk, J.L., T.L. Marsh, K.H. Coble, S. Szmania. 2014. Economic assessment of zoonotic diseases: An illustrative study of rift valley fever in the United States. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases Download
2014Petrolia, D.R. 2014. Biofuels. Environmental and Natural Resource Economics: An Encyclopedia, Tim Haab and John Whitehead, eds., Greenwood Publishing Group.
2014Petrolia, D.R. 2014. Ronald Coase. Environmental and Natural Resource Economics: An Encyclopedia, Tim Haab and John Whitehead, eds., Greenwood Publishing Group.
2014Petrolia, D.R. 2014. What have we learned from the Deepwater Horizon disaster? An economist's perspective. Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics 2014(1): Article 1. Download
2014Petrolia, D.R. 2014. What have we learned from the Deepwater Horizon disaster? An economist's perspective. Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics 2014(1):Article 1. Download
2014Petrolia, D.R., M.G. Interis, J. Hwang. 2014. America's wetland? A national survey of willingness to pay for restoration of Louisiana's coastal wetlands. Marine Resource Economics 29(1):17-37. Download
2013Freeman, M., and C. Anderson. 2013. Modeling effort and lobbying in a heterogenous common pool resource setting. Environmental and Resource Economics 56(3):399-414. Download
2013Haab, T.C., M.G. Interis, D.R. Petrolia, J.C. Whitehead. 2013. From hopeless to curious? Comments on Hausman's "Dubious to Hopeless" critique of contingent valuation. Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 35(4):593-612. Download
2013Interis, M.G., T. Haab. 2013. Identifying inconsistent responses in dichotomous choice contingent valuation with follow-up questions. Resource and Energy Economics 35:396-411. Download
2013Kim, T., D.R. Petrolia. 2013. Public perceptions of wetland restoration benefits in Louisiana. ICES Journal of Marine Science 70(5):1045-1054. Download
2013Mutac, M., R. Rejesus, K.H. Coble, P.D. Mitchell, T.O. Knight. 2013. U.S. agricultural producer perceptions of climate change. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 45:701-718. Download
2013Petrolia, D.R., C.E. Landry, K.H. Coble. 2013. Risk preferences, risk perceptions, and flood insurance. Land Economics 89(2): 227-45. Download
2013Petrolia, D.R., M.D. Hudson. 2013. Why is the Journal of Agricultural & Applied Economics not in the major citation indices and does it really matter? Journal of Agricultural & Applied Economics 45(3): 381-388. Download
2012Kim, G., D.R. Petrolia, M.G. Interis. 2012. A method for improving welfare estimates from multiple-referendum surveys. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics Economic 37:289-300. Download
2012Petrolia, D.R. 2012. The International Handbook on Non-Market Environmental Valuation: Chweltenham, UK. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 94(1):271-273. Download
2012Tack, J.B., A. Harri, and K.H. Coble. 2012. More than mean effects: Modeling the effect of climate on the higher order moments of crop yields. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 94(5):1037-1054. Download
2012Ubilava, D. 2012. El Nino, La Nina, and world coffee price dynamics. Agricultural Economics 43(1):17-26. Download
2011Gowda, P.H., J.V. Westra, D.R. Petrolia, B.J. Dalzell, D.J. Mulla. 2011. Impact of targeted removal of residue cover on water quality in the Sand Creek Watershed. Journal of Environmental Hydrology 19(Paper 25). Download
2011Interis, M.G. 2011. On norms: A typology with discussion. American Journal of Economics and Sociology 70(2):424-438. Download
2011Interis, M.G., and T. Haab. 2011. Woodsy the optimal owl: Environmental campaigns, norms and implications for public goods policy. Ecological Economics 70(12):2327-2333. Download
2011Linton, J.A., J.C. Miller, R.D. Little, D.R. Petrolia, and K.H. Coble. 2011. Economic feasibility of producing sweet sorghum as an ethanol feedstock in the Southeastern United States. Biomass and Bioenergy 35:3050-3057. Download
2011Miller, J.C., and K.H. Coble. 2011. Incentives matter: Assessing biofuel policies in the South. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 43 (3):413-421. Download
2011Morgan, K.L., S.L. Larkin, and A. Adams. 2011. Empirical analysis of media versus environmental impacts on park attendance. Tourism Management 32 (4):852-859. Download
2011Petrolia, D.R., M.G. Interis. 2011. What environmental economists think every conservation biologist should know: A reply to Gowdy et al. Conservation Biology 25 (3):628-630. Download
2011Petrolia, D.R., R.G. Moore, and T. Kim. 2011. Preferences for Timing of Wetland Loss Prevention in Louisiana. Wetlands 31(2): 295-307. Download
2011Petrolia, D.R., S. Bhattacharjee, T.R. Hanson. 2011. Heterogeneous evacuation responses to storm forecast attributes. Natural Hazards Review 12:117-124. Download
2011Petrolia, D.R., T. Kim. 2011. Contingent valuation with heterogeneous reasons for uncertainty. Resource and Energy Economics 33 (3):515-526. Download
2011Petrolia, D.R., T. Kim. 2011. Preventing land loss in coastal Louisiana: Estimates of WTP and WTA. Journal of Environmental Management 92:859-865. Download
2010Ekşioğlu, S.D., S. Li, S. Zhang, S. Sokhansanj, D.R. Petrolia. 2010. Analyzing the impact of intermodal facilities to the design and management of biofuels supply chain. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2191: 144-51. Download
2010Morgan, K.L., S.L. Larkin, C.M. Adams. 2010. Red tides and participation in marine-based activities: Estimating the response of Southwest Florida residents. Harmful Algae 9(3):333-341. Download
2010Petrolia, D.R., S. Bhattacharjee, M.D. Hudson, C.W. Herndon. 2010. Do Americans want ethanol? A comparative contingent valuation study of willingness-to-pay for E-10 and E-85. Energy Economics 32:121-128. Download
2010Petrolia, D.R., S. Bhattacharjee. 2010. Why don't coastal residents choose to evacuate for hurricanes?. Coastal Management 38:97-112. Download
2009Brooks, C.P., C. Holmes, K. Kramer, B.J. Barnett, and T.H. Keitt. 2009. The role of demography and markets in determining deforestation rates near Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar. PLoS ONE 4(6):1-5. Download
2009Collier, B.L., J. Skees, and B.J. Barnett. 2009. Weather index insurance and climate change: Opportunities and challenges in lower income countries. Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance - Issues and Practice 34(3):401-424. Download
2009Petrolia, D.R., S. Bhattacharjee. 2009. Revisiting incentive effects: Evidence from a random-sample mail survey on consumer preferences for fuel ethanol. Public Opinion Quarterly 73(3):537-550. Download
2009Petrolia, D.R., T. Kim. 2009. What are barrier islands worth? Estimates of willingness to pay for restoration. Marine Resources Economics 24(2):131-146. Download
2008Petrolia, D.R. 2008. An analysis of the relationship between demand for corn stover as an energy feedstock and soil erosion. Review of Agricultural Economics 30(4):677-691. Download
2008Petrolia, D.R. 2008. The economics of harvesting and transporting corn stover for conversion to fuel ethanol: A case study for Minnesota. Biomass & Bioenergy 32(8):603-612. Download
2008Petrolia, D.R., G.A. Ibendahl. 2008. Conservation Programs: Will grain production reclaim acres in the South? Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 40(2): 559-572. Download