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NAME                                                                                     Amitrajeet A. Batabyal

TITLE                                                                                     Arthur J. Gosnell Professor of Economics

BUSINESS ADDRESS                                                            Department of Economics
                                                                                                Rochester Institute of Technology
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HOME ADDRESS                                                                   35 Crandon Way
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DATE OF BIRTH                                                                     6 September 1965


(Education) (Professional Experience) (Teaching) (Research Interests) (Awards and Honors) (Publications) (Books)(Journal Articles)(Book Chapters) (Working Papers) (Book Reviews) (Miscellaneous and Popular Press Publications) (Graduate Committees) (Research grants Received) (Presentations) (Professional Activities) (Media Mentions) (Skills)

EDUCATION

 Institution                                                                             Degree         Year               Field

Cornell University                                                                   B.S.             1987         Applied Economics and Business Management

University of Minnesota                                                          M.S.             1990        Agricultural and Applied Economics

University of California, Berkeley                                           Ph.D.            1994        Agricultural and Resource Economics

Doctoral Dissertation: Four Essays in Environmental Economics (Larry S. Karp, Supervisor)

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

1987-1988                                Legal Assistant, Spiegel and McDiarmid, Washington, DC 20005-4798.

1994-1995                                Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics, The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA 23187-8795.

1995-1998                                Assistant Professor of Economics, Utah State University, Logan, UT 84322-3530.

1998-2000                                Associate Professor of Economics, Utah State University, Logan, UT 84322-3530.

1999-2000                                Faculty Associate of the Ecology Center, Utah State University, Logan, UT 84322-5205.

2000-                                        Arthur J. Gosnell Professor of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY 14623-5604.

March 2009                              TAER Visiting Scholar, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia.

2009-2010                                 Interim Academic Director, Golisano Institute for Sustainability, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester,
                                                  NY 14623-5608.

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TEACHING

Undergraduate      Cost Benefit Analysis, Intermediate Microeconomics, International Economics

Graduate                Economics of Sustainability, Environmental Economics, Microeconomic Theory, Operations Research

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RESEARCH INTERESTS

Applied Microeconomics, Environmental Economics, Natural Resource Economics, Ecological Economics, Development Economics, International Trade
Theory, Regional Economics, and Entrepreneurship.

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AWARDS AND HONORS

1. International Undergraduate Student Scholarship, Cornell University, 1983.

2. Dorab K. Tata Scholarship for higher studies at Cornell University, 1983.

3. Dean's List, Cornell University, 1983-1987.

4. Robert W. Purcell Scholarship for research in economics at the American Enterprise Institute, 1986.

5. James E. and Velva L. Rose Prize in International Development at Cornell University, 1986.

6. Mortar Board, National Senior Honor Society, 1986.

7. Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association First Prize in the NAREA Essay Contest, 1986.

8. Ho Nun Deh Kah, Agriculture and Life Sciences Honor Society at Cornell University, 1987.

9. Gamma Sigma Delta, National Agriculture Honor Society, 1987.

10. Committee on Special Educational Projects Achievement Award, Cornell University, 1987.

11. Bachelor of Science with Honors and Distinction, Cornell University, 1987.

12. Graduate Fellow, University of Minnesota, 1988-1989.

13. Director of Graduate Studies Honor Roll, University of Minnesota, 1988-1990.

14. John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation fellowship (declined), University of Minnesota, 1990.

15. Non-Resident Tuition Scholarship, University of California at Berkeley, 1990-1994.

16. Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award, University of California at Berkeley, 1993.

17. Teaching Effectiveness Award, University of California at Berkeley, 1993.

18. Listed in Who's Who in Science and Engineering, 3rd ed, Who's Who in the West, 26th ed, Dictionary of International
       Biography
, 27th ed, 28th ed, 34th ed, 36th ed, 37th ed, International Who's Who of Intellectuals, 13th ed, Who's Who in America,
       58th ed, 63rd ed, 67th ed, 68th ed, 69th ed, Who's Who in Finance and Business, 35th ed, 36th ed, Who's Who in American

       Education, 7th ed, 8th ed, Who’s Who in the World, 26th ed, 2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century, 6th ed, 7th ed,

       8th ed, IBC Top 100 Scientists 2014.

19. College of Business Research Publication Award, Utah State University, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000.

20. J. Fish Smith and Lillian F. Smith Lecture, Brigham Young University, 1997.

21. Geoffrey J.D. Hewings Award, North American Regional Science Council, 2003.

22. Moss Madden Memorial Medal, British and Irish Section, Regional Science Association International, 2004.

23. Outstanding Achievement in Research Award, Society for Range Management, 2006.

24. Trustees Scholarship Award, Rochester Institute of Technology, 2007.

25. Warren Samuels Prize, Runner Up, Association for Social Economics, 2010.

26. J. Wayne Reitz Seminar, University of Florida, 2010.

 

27. Best Paper in Studies in Regional Science Award, Japan Section, Regional Science Association International, 2011.

 

28. Mattei Dogan Foundation Prize, International Social Science Council, 2013.

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PUBLICATIONS

Books

 1.  The Economics of International Environmental Agreements, edited. Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2000.

 2.  The Economics of International Trade and the Environment, edited, (with H. Beladi). Lewis Publishers, 2001.

 3.  Stochastic Modeling in Range Management: Selected Essays. Nova Science Publishers, 2004.

 4.  Stochastic Models of Decision Making in Arranged Marriages. University Press of America, 2006.

 5.  Dynamic and Stochastic Approaches to the Environment and Economic Development. World Scientific Publishing, 2008.

 6.  Research Tools in Natural Resource and Environmental Economics, edited, (with P. Nijkamp). World Scientific

      Publishing, 2011.

 

 7.  Essays in the Economics of Invasive Species Management. North American Business Press, 2013.

 

 8.  Dynamic and Stochastic Resource Economics: Essays on Biodiversity, Invasive Species, Joint Systems, and Regulation.

      World Scientific Publishing, 2014.

 

 9.  The Region and Trade: New Analytical Directions, edited (with P. Nijkamp). Forthcoming, World Scientific Publishing.

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Journal Articles

     International Environmental Agreements

1.  An Agenda for the Design and Study of International Environmental Agreements, Ecological Economics, 19, 3-9, 1996.

2.  Developing Countries and Environmental Protection: The Effects of Budget Balance and Pollution Ceiling Constraints, Journal
     of Development Economics
, 54, 285-305, 1997.

3.  Developing Countries and International Environmental Agreements: The Case of Perfect Correlation, International Review of
     Economics and Finance
, 7, 85-102, 1998.

4.  Developing Countries and Environmental Protection: The Effects of Ex Ante versus Ex Post Contracting, Journal of Regional
     Science
, 38, 253-71, 1998.

5.  Developing Countries and Environmental Protection: Contract Design in Perfectly Correlated Environments, Open Economies
     Review
, 10, 305-23, 1999.

6.  On the Design of International Environmental Agreements for Identical and Heterogeneous Developing Countries, Oxford
     Economic
Papers, 52, 560-83, 2000.

7.  Negotiation versus Manipulation: The Impact of Alternate Forms of LDC Government Behavior on the Design of International
     Environmental Agreements, Papers in Regional Science, 80, 25-44, 2001.

8.  Designing Collusion-Proof International Environmental Agreements: Developing Countries and Polluting Firms, (with H. Beladi),
     Environment and Planning A
, 34, 101-18, 2002.

     Trade and the Environment

9.  The Leontief Paradox Re-examined: The Case of India and Japan, Journal of Cornell Scientists, 3, 41-4, 1986.

10.  Resource Endowments and Anomalies in International Trade Patterns: A Study of India, Japan and the USA, Northeastern Journal
       of
Agricultural and Resource Economics, 16, 54-8, 1987.

11.  Environmental Pollution and Unilateral Control in an Open Economy, Natural Resource Modeling, 5, 445-67, 1991.

12.  Should Large Developing Countries Pursue Environmental Policy Unilaterally? Indian Economic Review, 28, 191-202, 1993.

13.  An Open Economy Model of the Effects of Unilateral Environmental Policy by a Large Developing Country, Ecological Economics,

       10, 221-32, 1994. [Reprinted in J.B. Opschoor, K.J. Button, and P. Nijkamp, (Eds.), Environmental Economics and Development.
       Edwad Elgar, 1999].

14.  On the Possibility of Attaining Environmental and Trade Objectives Simultaneously, Environmental and Resource Economics, 4,
       545-53, 1994.

15.  Development, Trade and the Environment: Which Way Now? Ecological Economics, 13, 83-8, 1995.

16.  Game Models of Environmental Policy in an Open Economy, Annals of Regional Science, 30, 185-200, 1996.

17.  Games Governments Play: An Analysis of National Environmental Policy in an Open Economy, Annals of Regional Science, 32,
       237-51, 1998. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal and H. Beladi, (Eds.), The Economics of International Trade and the Environment. Lewis
       Publishers, 2001].

18.  Price Competition, Pollution, and Environmental Policy in an Open Economy, (with Q. Xu), Annals of Regional Science, 35, 59-79,
       2001.

19.  A Bertrand Model of Trade and Environmental Policy in an Open Economy, (with Q. Xu), Keio Economic Studies, 38, 53-70, 2001.

20.  A Stackelberg Game Model of Trade in Renewable Resources with Competitive Sellers, (with H. Beladi), Review of International
       Economics
, 14, 136-47, 2006. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Approaches to the Environment and Economic
       Development
.
World Scientific Publishing, 2008].

21.  A Game Theoretic Analysis of Tariffs, Dynamic Inconsistency, Resource Conservation, and Trade, Applied Economics Letters, 13,
       217-22, 2006.

     Natural Resources

22.  Renewal Theory and Natural Resource Regulatory Policy under Uncertainty, (with S.J. Yoo), Economics Letters, 46, 237-41, 1994.

23.  The Design Perspective in Resource and Environmental Economics, Resource and Energy Economics, 17, 317-25, 1995.

24.  The Queuing Theoretic Approach to Groundwater Management, Ecological Modelling, 85, 219-27, 1996.

25.  On Some Aspects of the Management of a Stochastically Developing Forest, Ecological Modelling, 89, 67-72, 1996. [Reprinted in

       A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Resource Economics. World Scientific Publishing, 2014].

26.  Modeling Ecological Constraints on Tropical Forest Management: Comment, (with C.B. Barrett), Journal of Environmental Economics
       and Management
, 32, 271-5, 1997.

 

27.  On Some Aspects of the Decision to Conserve or Harvest Old Growth Forest, Journal of Environmental Management, 54, 15-21, 1998.

28.  The Stocking Rate Versus Time in Range Management: A Review of Recent Theoretical Developments, (with B. Biswas and E.B. Godfrey),
       Applied Economics Letters
, 8, 555-9, 2001.

29.  On the Optimal Number of Paddocks in Short Duration Grazing, Journal of Economic Research, 6, 159-69, 2001. [Reprinted in
       A.A. Batabyal, Stochastic Modeling in Range Management. Nova Science Publishers, 2004].

30.  On the Choice Between the Stocking Rate and Time in Range Management, (with B. Biswas and E.B. Godfrey), Environmental and
       Resource Economics
, 20, 211-23, 2001. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Stochastic Modeling in Range Management. Nova Science

       Publishers, 2004 and in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Resource Economics. World Scientific Publishing, 2014].

31.  Some Theoretical Aspects of Short Duration Grazing, International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences, 27, 215-20, 2001.

32.  Rangeland Management Under Uncertainty: A Conceptual Approach, (with E.B. Godfrey), Journal of Range Management, 55, 12-5, 2002.
       [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Stochastic Modeling in Range Management. Nova Science Publishers, 2004].

33.  The Steady State Distribution of Animals in Short Duration Grazing, (with S.J. Yoo), Applied Economics Letters, 9, 695-8, 2002. [Reprinted
       in A.A. Batabyal, Stochastic Modeling in Range Management. Nova Science Publishers, 2004].

34.  On the Choice of the Optimal Temporal Control in Renewable Resource Management, (with H. Beladi), Stochastic Environmental
       Research and Risk Assessment
, 16, 325-32, 2002.

35.  A Theoretical Analysis of Season Length Restrictions in Fisheries Management, (with Q. Xu), Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society,
       7, 241-7, 2002.

36.  On Temporal Controls and the Stochastic Behavior of Renewable Natural Resources, Resources Policy, 28, 7-12, 2002.

37.  Herding in Ranch Operations: An Analysis of a Search Problem, Applied Economics Letters, 10, 177-9, 2003. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal,
       Stochastic Modeling in
Range Management. Nova Science Publishers, 2004].

38.  Time Restrictions in Natural Resource Management: A Dynamic and Stochastic Analysis, (with H. Beladi), European Journal of
       Operational Research
, 157, 775-83, 2004.  

39.  A Note on First Step Analysis and Rangeland Management Under Uncertainty, Journal of Arid Environments, 59, 159-66, 2004.

40.  Alternate Strategies for Managing Resistance to Antibiotics and Pesticides, (with P. Nijkamp), Environmental Economics and Policy
       Studies
, 7, 39-51, 2005. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Resource Economics. World Scientific Publishing,

       2014].

41.  A Theoretical Perspective on Managed Rangelands and Irreversible States, (with S.M. Rohlin), International Review of Economics and
       Finance
, 14, 487-94, 2005.

42.  A Note on Common Infections and the Non-Antibiotic Treatment Option, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 21,
       253-7, 2007.

43.  Some Statistical Properties of Total Forage Consumption by Grazing Animals on a Rangeland, Ecological Economics, 64, 5-8, 2007.

44.  Rangeland Management Using Cell Grazing: A Dynamic and Stochastic Analysis of the Optimal Temporal Control, Letters in Spatial and
       Resource Sciences
, 1, 37-43, 2008.

45.  Ecological, Economic, and New Synthetic Perspectives in Range Management: An Interpretative Essay, (with H. Beladi), International

      Review of Environmental and Resource Economics, 5, 147-98, 2011.

     Invasive Species Management

46.  A Research Agenda for the Study of the Regulation of Invasive Species Introduced Unintentionally Via Maritime Trade, Journal of
       Economic Research
, 9, 191-216, 2004.

47.  Maritime Trade, Biological Invasions, and the Properties of Alternate Inspection Regimes, (with H. Beladi and W.W. Koo), Stochastic
       Environmental Research and Risk Assessment
, 19, 184-90, 2005. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Essays in the Economics of

       Invasive Species Management. North American Business Press, 2013].

 

48.  On Container Versus Time Based Inspection Policies in Invasive Species Management, (with P. Nijkamp), Stochastic Environmental
       Research and Risk Assessment
, 19, 340-7, 2005. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Essays in the Economics of Invasive Species

       Management. North American Business Press, 2013].

 

49.  International Trade and Biological Invasions: A Queuing Theoretic Analysis of the Prevention Problem, (with H. Beladi), European
       Journal of Operational Research
, 170, 758-70, 2006. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Essays in the Economics of Invasive

       Species Management. North American Business Press, 2013].

 

50.  Some Statistical Properties of a Generic Container Inspection Policy in Invasive Species Management, (with S.J. Yoo), Ecological
       Economics
, 60, 1-4, 2006. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Essays in the Economics of Invasive Species Management. North

       American Business Press, 2013].

 

51.  Some Probabilistic Attributes of Inspection Policies in Alien Species Management, (with P. Nijkamp), Ecological Economics, 60, 5-8,
       2006. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Essays in the Economics of Invasive Species Management. North American Business Press,

       2013].

 

52.  The Infinitesimal, the Deterministic, and the Probabilistic: Alternate Container Inspection Policies in Invasive Species Management,
       (with D.M. Lee), Biological Invasions, 8, 1663-71, 2006. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Essays in the Economics of Invasive Species

       Management. North American Business Press, 2013].

 

53.  A Rationale for the Differential Regulatory Treatment of Imports When Invasive Species are a Potential Problem, Studies in Regional
       Science
, 36, 179-87, 2006. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Essays in the Economics of Invasive Species Management. North American

       Business Press, 2013].

 

54.  The Stochastic Arrival of Alien Species and the Number of and the Damage from Biological Invasions, (with P. Nijkamp), Ecological

       Economics, 62, 277-80, 2007.

55.  A Dynamic Bertrand Game Model of Trade, Threats, and Export Certification in Alien Species Management, (with H. Beladi), Journal of
       Economic Research
, 12, 65-78, 2007. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Essays in the Economics of Invasive Species Management.

       North American Business Press, 2013].

 

56.  An Analysis of Economic Cost Minimization and Biological Invasion Damage Control Using the AWQ Criterion, (with G. DeAngelo and
       S. Kumar), Annals of Regional Science, 41, 639-55, 2007. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Essays in the Economics of Invasive

       Species Management. North American Business Press, 2013].

57.  International Aspects of Invasive Species Management: A Research Agenda, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment,
       21, 717-27, 2007.

58.  Two Theoretical Issues Concerning the Differential Treatment of Trading Partners in Alien Species Management, Ecological Economics,
       64, 679-82, 2008.

59.  A Theoretical Note on the Optimal Dependability and Speed of Container Inspections in Invasive Species Management, Studies in
       Regional Science
, 38, 199-204, 2008.

60.  A Theoretical Analysis of Random Inspections and Fines in Invasive Species Management, (with S.J. Yoo), Economics Bulletin, 17, 1-9,
       2008. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Essays in the Economics of Invasive Species Management. North American Business Press,

       2013, and in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Resource Economics. World Scientific Publishing, 2014].

 

61.  Optimal Resource Management in the Presence of a Deleterious Alien Species: A Stochastic Model for an Orchard, (with P. Nijkamp),
       Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences, 1, 107-115, 2008. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Essays in the Economics of Invasive

       Species Management. North American Business Press, 2013].

62. Two Aspects of Alien Species Management in a Seaport: Ship Classification and Ship Inspection Costs, Studies in Regional Science,
      38, 1055-1061, 2008.

63.  Trade, the Damage from Alien Species, and the Effects of Protectionism Under Alternate Market Structures, (with H. Beladi), Journal of
       Economic Behavior and Organization
, 70, 389-401, 2009. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Essays in the Economics of Invasive

       Species Management. North American Business Press, 2013, and in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Resource

       Economics. World Scientific Publishing, 2014].

 

64.  An Approach to the Management of Orchards That Are Vulnerable to Attack by Invasive Species, (with C.D. Lominac), Letters in
       Spatial and Resource Sciences
, 2, 123-131, 2009. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Essays in the Economics of Invasive Species

       Management. North American Business Press, 2013].

65.  A Dynamic and Stochastic Analysis of Ship Inspections and Alien Species Management, (with G. Herath), Letters in Spatial and
       Resource Sciences
, 3, 33-39, 2010.

66.  Some Statistical Properties of a Damage Random Variable in Invasive Species Management, Studies in Regional Science, 42, 189-95,

       2012.

 

67.  Ship Inspections in Invasive Species Management: Alternate Regimes and their Properties, (with H. Beladi), Theoretical Economics

       Letters, 3, 1-5, 2013.

     Ecological Economics

68.  On Some Aspects of Ecological Resilience and the Conservation of Species, Journal of Environmental Management, 52, 373-8, 1998.

69.  The Concept of Resilience: Retrospect and Prospect, Environment and Development Economics, 3, 235-9, 1998.

70.  Species Substitutability, Resilience, and the Optimal Management of Ecological-Economic Systems, Mathematical and Computer
       Modelling
, 29, 35-43, 1999.

71.  Aspects of the Optimal Management of Cyclical Ecological-Economic Systems, Ecological Economics, 30, 285-92, 1999.

72.  The Stability of Stochastic Systems: The Case of Persistence and Resilience, (with H. Beladi), Mathematical and Computer Modelling,
       30, 27-34, 1999.

73.  Contemporary Research in Ecological Economics: Five Outstanding Issues, International Journal of Ecology and Environmental
       Sciences
, 25, 143-54, 1999.

74.  Aspects of Ecosystem Persistence and the Optimal Conservation of Species, International Review of Economics and Finance, 9, 69-77,
       2000.

75.  Quantifying the Transient Response of Ecological-Economic Systems to Perturbations, Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 20,
       125-33, 2000.

76.  On the Extinction of Species in Jointly Determined Stochastic Systems, (with H. Beladi), Applied Economics Letters, 7, 609-12, 2000.

77.  An Analysis of Persistence, Resilience, and the Conservation of Keystone Species, International Journal of Ecology and
       Environmental Sciences
, 26, 1-10, 2000.

78.  An Interdisciplinary Research Agenda for the Study of Ecological-Economic Systems in the American West, Resources Policy, 26,
       69-75, 2000.

79.  On the Optimal Management of a Class of Aquatic Ecological-Economic Systems, (with H. Beladi), European Journal of
       Operational
Research, 132, 561-8, 2001. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Resource Economics. World

       Scientific Publishing, 2014].

80.  A Theoretical Inquiry into Aspects of the Structure and the Management of Ecological-Economic Systems, Stochastic
       Environmental
Research and Risk Assessment, 15, 173-84, 2001.

81.  An Upper Bound for the Transient Resilience of a Rangeland that is Managed Using Cell Grazing, Journal of Economic Research,
       7, 151-60, 2002. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Stochastic Modeling in Range Management. Nova Science Publishers, 2004].

82.  Human Actions, the Survival of Keystone Species, and the Resilience of Ecological-Economic Systems, Resources Policy, 28, 153-7,
       2002.

83.  The Persistence of Ecological-Economic Systems: Alternate Measures and their Properties, Annals of Regional Science, 37, 323-36,
       2003.

84.  On the Scarcity Value of Ecosystem Services, (with J.R. Kahn and R.V. O'Neill), Journal of Environmental Economics and
       Management
, 46, 334-52, 2003. [Reprinted in C. Perrings, Ed., Ecological Economics, Volume 3. Sage, 2008].

85.  On the Links Between Managerial Actions, Keystone Species, and the Resilience of Ecological-Economic Systems, Brazilian Journal
       of Business Economics
, 4, 51-8, 2004.

86.  Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for the Equivalence of Economic and Ecological Criteria in Range Management, Journal of
       Economic Behavior and Organization
, 56, 423-36, 2005. [Reprinted in C. Perrings, Ed., Ecological Economics, Volume 2. Sage, 2008

       and in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Resource Economics. World Scientific Publishing, 2014].

87.  A Probabilistic Approach to Optimal Orchard Management, (with S.J. Yoo), Ecological Economics, 60, 483-6, 2007.

88.  A Stochastic Model of an Ecological-Economic System With Two Keystone Species, Ecological Economics, 63, 701-5, 2007.

89.  A Stochastic Analysis of the Holling Resilience of an Orchard, (with S.J. Yoo), Ecological Economics, 64, 1-4, 2007.

     Development Economics

90.  The Environment and Development: Which Way Now? Development Policy Review, 16, 433-9, 1998.

91.  Environmental Policy in Developing Countries: A Dynamic Analysis, Review of Development Economics, 2, 293-304, 1998. [Reprinted
       in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Approaches to the Environment and Economic Development.
World Scientific Publishing,
       2008].

92.  On the Design of First Best Rural Wage Contracts in Perfectly Correlated Agrarian Environments, Indian Economic Journal, 46, 81-9,
       1998-1999.

93.  On Flood Occurrence and the Provision of Safe Drinking Water in Developing Countries, Applied Economics Letters, 8, 751-4, 2001.
       [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Approaches to the Environment and Economic Development. World Scientific
       Publishing, 2008].

94.  Aspects of the Theory of Environmental Policy in Developing Countries, (with H. Beladi), Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society, 7,
       53-8, 2002. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Approaches to the Environment and Economic Development. World
       Scientific Publishing, 2008].

95.  Dynamic Environmental Policy in Developing Countries With a Dual Economy, (with D.M. Lee), International Review of Economics
       and
Finance, 11, 191-206, 2002. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Approaches to the Environment and Economic
       Development
.
World Scientific Publishing, 2008].

96.  A Dynamic Analysis of Protection and Environmental Policy in a Small Trading Developing Country, (with H. Beladi), European Journal
       of Operational Research
, 143, 197-209, 2002. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Approaches to the Environment and
       Economic Development
.
World Scientific Publishing, 2008].

97.  Aspects of Land Use in Slash and Burn Agriculture, (with D.M. Lee), Applied Economics Letters, 10, 821-4, 2003. [Reprinted in
       A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Approaches to the Environment and Economic Development.
World Scientific Publishing,
       2008].

98.  Swidden Agriculture in Developing Countries, (with H. Beladi), Review of Development Economics, 8, 255-65, 2004. [Reprinted in
       A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Approaches to the Environment and Economic Development.
World Scientific Publishing,
       2008].

99.  A Dynamic and Stochastic Analysis of Fertilizer Use in Swidden Agriculture, (with G. DeAngelo), Economics Bulletin, 17, 1-10, 2004.
       [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Approaches to the Environment and Economic Development. World Scientific
       Publishing, 2008].

 

100. Favoritism in the Public Provision of Goods in Developing Countries, (with P. Nijkamp), Economics Bulletin, 15, 1-10, 2004.

101. On the Allocation of Commodities by Queuing and the Prevention of Violence, Economics Bulletin, 15, 1-7, 2005.

102. On Bribing and Balking in a Simple Queuing Model of Resource Allocation, Economics Bulletin, 16, 1-10, 2005.

103. Renewable Resource Management in Developing Countries: How Long Until Crisis? (with H. Beladi), Review of Development
        Economics
, 10, 103-12, 2006. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Approaches to the Environment and Economic
        Development
.
World Scientific Publishing, 2008].

104.  A Complete Characterization of Mean Wait Times for Citizens in the Nonpreemptive Corruption Regime, (with S.J. Yoo), Applied
         Economics Letters
, 13, 759-62, 2006.

105. Public Versus Personal Welfare: An Aspect of Environmental Policymaking in Developing Countries, Economics Bulletin, 15, 1-10, 2007.
        [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Approaches to the Environment and Economic Development. World Scientific
        Publishing, 2008].


106.  Corruption, Bribery, and Wait Times in the Public Allocation of Goods in Developing Countries, (with S.J. Yoo), Review of Development
         Economics
, 11, 507-17, 2007.

107.  Bribery and Favoritism in Queuing Models of Rationed Resource Allocation, (with H. Beladi), Journal of Theoretical Politics, 20, 329-38,
         2008.

108.  The Fallow and the Non-Fallow States in Swidden Agriculture: A Stochastic Analysis, (with P. Nijkamp), Letters in Spatial and Resource
         Sciences
, 2, 45-51, 2009.

109.  A Theoretical Analysis of Income Tax Evasion, Optimal Auditing, and Credibility in Developing Countries, (with H. Beladi), Journal of

        Theoretical Politics, 22, 123-33, 2010.

110.  A Model of Microfinance With Adverse Selection, Loan Default, and Self-Financing, (with H. Beladi), Agricultural Finance Review,
         70, 55-65, 2010.

111.  A Stochastic Analysis of Goods Allocation by Queuing and the Prevention of Violence, (with G. Herath), Economics Bulletin, 30,
         3143-51, 2010.

 

112.  Goods Allocation by Queuing and the Occurrence of Violence: A Probabilistic Analysis, (with G.J. DeAngelo), International Review of

         Economics and Finance, 24, 1-7, 2012.

       Regional Economics

113. The Timing of Land Development: An Invariance Result, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 78, 1092-7, 1996.

114. The Impact of Information on Land Development: A Dynamic and Stochastic Analysis, Journal of Environmental Management, 50,
        187-92, 1997.

115. Land Development and Preservation Over Time and Under Uncertainty: A Review and a Research Agenda, Ecological Economics, 25,
        233-8, 1998.

116. On Land Use, Minerals Development, and Institutional Design in the American West, Resources Policy, 24, 139-46, 1998.

117. On Some Aspects of Land Development When the Decision to Develop is Divisible, Resources Policy, 25, 173-7, 1999.

118. An Optimal Stopping Approach to Land Development Under Uncertainty, Annals of Regional Science, 34, 147-56, 2000.

119. Bid Values and their Role in Land Development Over Time and Under Uncertainty, (with S.J. Yoo), Studies in Regional Science, 33,
        229-36, 2002.

120. Time Invariant Decision Rules and Land Development: A Dynamic and Stochastic Analysis, Canadian Journal of Regional Science,
        26, 39-47, 2003.

121. Endogenizing the Reservation Value in Models of Land Development Over Time and Under Uncertainty, Studies in Regional Science,
        34, 219-24, 2003.

122. The Environment in Regional Science: An Eclectic Review, (with P. Nijkamp), Papers in Regional Science, 83, 291-316, 2004.

        [Reprinted in R.J.G.M. Florax and D.A. Plane, Eds., Fifty Years of Regional Science. Springer, 2004].

 

123. Alternate Decision Rules, the Flexibility Premium, and Land Development Over Time and Under Uncertainty, Stochastic Environmental
        Research and Risk Assessment
, 18, 141-6, 2004. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Resource Economics.

        World Scientific Publishing, 2014].

124. An Aspect of Indivisible Land Development With a Reservation Level of Revenue, (with S.J. Yoo), Stochastic Environmental Research
        and Risk Assessment
, 18, 216-8, 2004. 

125. Indivisibility and Divisibility in Land Development Over Time and Under Uncertainty, (with S.J. Yoo), Journal of Environmental
        Management
, 76, 185-90, 2005.

126. A Probabilistic Analysis of a Scheduling Problem in the Economics of Tourism, Economics Bulletin, 12, 1-8, 2007.

127. Visitor Classification, Vehicle Breakdowns, and the Provision of Transport for Tourism, (with H. Beladi), Letters in Spatial and Resource
        Sciences
, 1, 99-105, 2008.

128.  An Independence Result Concerning the Arrival Rate of and the Provision of Transport to Tourists, Economics Bulletin, 29, 108-15,
         2009.

129. Scheduling Trips During the Slack Season: An Aspect of the Economics of Seasonal Tourism, Tourism Economics, 15, 261-6, 2009.

130. A Note on Shared Transportation for Tourists With Special Reference to the Israeli Sherut, International Journal of Tourism Research,
        11, 601-4, 2009.

131. A Stochastic Analysis of Alternate Ways of Scheduling Transport for Tourists, (with M.H. Chaudhary), Letters in Spatial and Resource
        Sciences
, 2, 67-75, 2009.

132. A Probabilistic Analysis of Two University Parking Issues, (with P. Nijkamp), Annals of Regional Science, 44, 111-20, 2010.

133. A Stochastic Model of the Provision of Guided Tours to Tourists, (with H. Beladi), Economics Bulletin, 30, 577-86, 2010.

134. A Probabilistic Analysis of Guided Tours for Tourists During the Slack Season, (with S.J. Yoo), Tourism Management, 31, 482-5, 2010.

135. Richard Florida's Creative Capital in a Trading Regional Economy: A Theoretical Investigation, (with P. Nijkamp), Annals of Regional
        Science
, 44, 241-50, 2010.

136. A Model of Entrepreneurial Activity With Two Actions Over Time and Under Uncertainty, (with H. Beladi), Letters in Spatial and
        Resource Sciences
, 3, 45-54, 2010

137.  An Analysis of Adverse Selection, Entrepreneurial Activity, and the Decision to Go Public, Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences,
         3, 79-90, 2010.

138. A Note on Guided Tours for Two Classes of Tourists During the Slack Season, Studies in Regional Science, 40, 475-80, 2010.

139. Asymmetric Information, Entrepreneurial Activity, and the Scope of Fiscal Policy in an Open Regional Economy, (with P. Nijkamp),
        International Regional Science Review, 33, 421-36, 2010.

140. On Automobile Repairs and the Provision of Loaner Vehicles by Dealers, Studies in Regional Science, 40, 1073-7, 2010.

141. The Impact of Neutral and Non-Neutral Productivity Growth on Creative Capital in a Trading Regional Economy, (with P. Nijkamp),
        Geographical Analysis, 43, 61-77, 2011.

142. On Optimizing the Provision of Guided Tours to Tourists During the Slack Season, Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences, 4,

        63-70, 2011.

 

143. An Alternate Approach to Modeling the Slack Season Provision of Guided Tours to Tourists, (with H. Beladi), Tourism Management,

        32, 1047-9, 2011.

 

 

144. A Note on the Use of Markov Chains to Analyze the Off-Peak Season Provision of Guided Tours to Tourists, International Journal

        of Tourism Research, 13, 301-4, 2011.

 

145. Transport Provision to Tourists by a Cost Minimizing Firm: A Stochastic Characterization, (with H. Beladi), Letters in Spatial and

        Resource Sciences, 4, 103-8, 2011.

146. The Effects of Collateralizable Income and Debt Overhang on Entrepreneurial Investment in an Open Regional Economy, (with
        H. Beladi), Journal of Regional Science, 51, 768-83, 2011.

 

147. Project Financing, Entrepreneurial Activity, and Investment in the Presence of Asymmetric Information, North American Journal

        of Economics and Finance, 23, 115-22, 2012.

 

148. Information Provision to Tourists: A Stochastic Analysis, (with H. Beladi), Annals of Tourism Research, 39, 1698-701, 2012.

 

149.  A Schumpeterian Model of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Regional Economic Growth, (with P. Nijkamp), International

         Regional Science Review, 35, 464-86, 2012.

 

150.  Ought a Green Citizen to Bicycle or Take Public Transport to Work? (with P. Nijkamp), Ecological Economics, 86, 93-6, 2013.

 

151.  The Creative Class, its Preferences, and Unbalanced Growth in an Urban Economy, (with P. Nijkamp), Journal of Evolutionary

         Economics, 23, 189-209, 2013.

 

152.  Human Capital Use, Innovation, Patent Protection, and Economic Growth in Multiple Regions, (with P. Nijkamp), Economics of

         Innovation and New Technology, 22, 113-26, 2013.

 

153.  Selling Package Tours to Tourists: A Contract Theory Perspective, (with O. Alao), Annals of Tourism Research, 42, 439-42, 2013.

 

154.  A Multi-Region Model of Economic Growth With Human Capital and Negative Externalities in Innovation, (with P. Nijkamp),

         Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 23, 909-24, 2013.

 

155.  Human Capital, Knowledge Spillovers, and One Kind of Semi-Endogenous Regional Economic Growth, (with H. Beladi), Letters

         in Spatial and Resource Sciences, 6, 121-35, 2013.

 

156.  Positive and Negative Externalities in Innovation, Trade, and Regional Economic Growth, (with P. Nijkamp), Geographical

         Analysis, 46, 1-17, 2014.

 

157.  Some Properties of the Technology Gap Between Leading and Lagging Regions, (with P. Nijkamp), Theoretical Economics Letters,

         4, 1-6, 2014.

 

158.  Technology, Learning, and Long Run Economic Growth in Leading and Lagging Regions, (with P. Nijkamp), Economic and

         Political Weekly, 49, 92-6, 2014,

 

159.  Goods Production, Learning by Doing, and Growth in a Region With Creative and Physical Capital, (with U. Usman), International

         Review of Economics and Finance, 33, 92-9, 2014.

 

160.  The Equilibrium Allocation of Creative Capital to R&D in a Dynamic Creative Region, (with H. Beladi), Theoretical Economics

         Letters, 4, 425-30, 2014.

 

161.  A Model of Trade Between Creative Regions in the Presence of Sector Specific Learning by Doing, (with H. Beladi), Journal of

         Evolutionary Economics, 24, 573-85, 2014.

 

162.  Innovation Driven Economic Growth in Multiple Regions and Taxation: A Dynamic Analysis, (with H. Beladi), International

         Regional Science Review, 37, 459-72, 2014.

 

163.  On the Sale of Package Tours to Infinitely Many Possible Types of Tourists, (with O. Alao). Forthcoming, International

         Journal of Tourism Research.

 

164.  Profit Determination for a Guided Tour Provider Operating in a Stochastic Environment, (with H. Beladi). Forthcoming,

         Studies in Regional Science.

 

165.  Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Multi-Regional Economic Growth and Welfare: A Theoretical Research Agenda, (with

         H. Beladi). Forthcoming, Studies in Regional Science.

 

166.  Innovation, Decentralization, and Planning in a Multi-Region Model of Schumpeterian Economic Growth, (with P. Nijkamp).

         Forthcoming, Networks and Spatial Economics.

 

167.  Creative Capital Accumulation and the Advancement of India’s Creative Economy, (with H. Beladi). Forthcoming,

         Environment and Planning C.   

    Environmental Regulation

168. Leading Issues in Domestic Environmental Regulation: A Review Essay, Ecological Economics, 12, 23-39, 1995.

169. Consistency and Optimality in a Dynamic Game of Pollution Control I: Competition, Environmental and Resource Economics, 8,
        205-20, 1996.

170. Consistency and Optimality in a Dynamic Game of Pollution Control II: Monopoly, Environmental and Resource Economics, 8,
        315-30, 1996. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Resource Economics. World Scientific Publishing, 2014].

171.  A Renewal Theoretic Approach to Environmental Standard Setting, Applied Mathematics Letters, 13, 115-9, 2000.

172.  A Stochastic Model of Waste Management With On and Off Site Storage, (with L.P. Freitas), Ecological Economics, 61, 1-5, 2007.

         [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Resource Economics. World Scientific Publishing, 2014].

 

173. The Impact of Innovation on a Polluting Firm's Regulation Driven Decision to Upgrade its Capital Stock, (with P. Nijkamp), International
        Regional Science Review
, 31, 389-403, 2008. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Resource Economics. World

        Scientific Publishing, 2014].

174.  Two Aspects of Waste Management from the Viewpoints of a Waste Generator and a Recipient, (with P. Nijkamp), Applied Economics
         Letters, 16, 337-41, 2009.

175.  A Simple Auction Mechanism for Locating Noxious Facilities, (with H. Beladi), Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences, 5, 1-6, 2012.

     Biological Diversity

176. An Optimal Stopping Approach to the Conservation of Biodiversity, Ecological Modelling, 105, 293-8, 1998. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal,

        Dynamic and Stochastic Resource Economics. World Scientific Publishing, 2014].

 

177. Habitat Conversion, Information Acquisition, and the Conservation of Biodiversity, Journal of Environmental Management, 59,
        195-203, 2000. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Resource Economics. World Scientific Publishing, 2014].

 

178. A Theoretical Analysis of Habitat Conversion and Biodiversity Conservation Over Time and Under Uncertainty, Keio Economic Studies,
        39, 33-44, 2002. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Resource Economics. World Scientific Publishing, 2014].

     Economics of Marriage

179. Aspects of Arranged Marriages and the Theory of Markov Decision Processes, Theory and Decision, 45, 241-53, 1998. [Reprinted in
        A.A. Batabyal, Stochastic Models of Decision Making in Arranged Marriages.
University Press of America, 2006].

180. A Dynamic and Stochastic Analysis of Decision Making in Arranged Marriages, Applied Economics Letters, 6, 439-42, 1999. [Reprinted
        in A.A. Batabyal, Stochastic Models of Decision Making in Arranged Marriages.
University Press of America, 2006].

181. On the Likelihood of Finding the Right Partner in an Arranged Marriage, Journal of Socio-Economics, 30, 273-80, 2001. [Reprinted in
        A.A. Batabyal, Stochastic Models of Decision Making in Arranged Marriages.
University Press of America, 2006].

182. Arranged or Love Marriage? That is the Question, (with H. Beladi), Applied Economics Letters, 9, 893-7, 2002. [Reprinted in
        A.A. Batabyal, Stochastic Models of Decision Making in Arranged Marriages.
University Press of America, 2006].

183. On Decision Making in Arranged Marriages with a Stochastic Reservation Quality Level, Applied Mathematics Letters, 16, 933-7, 2003.
        [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Stochastic Models of Decision Making in Arranged Marriages. University Press of America, 2006].

184. Spouse Selection in Arranged Marriages: An Analysis of Time Invariant and Time Variant Decision Rules, (with H. Beladi), Journal of
       Economic Research
, 8, 187-201, 2003. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal, Stochastic Models of Decision Making in Arranged Marriages.
       University Press of America, 2006].

185. Meetings and Exposure Before an Arranged Marriage: A Probabilistic Analysis, Applied Economics Letters, 11, 473-6, 2004. [Reprinted
        in A.A. Batabyal, Stochastic Models of Decision Making in Arranged Marriages.
University Press of America, 2006].

186. On Strategy and the Likelihood of Success in Marital Matchmaking Under Uncertainty, Economics Bulletin, 10, 1-7, 2004. [Reprinted in
        A.A. Batabyal, Stochastic Models of Decision Making in Arranged Marriages.
University Press of America, 2006].

187. A Game Model of Dowry Determination in an Arranged Marriage Context, Economics Bulletin, 10, 1-8, 2005. [Reprinted in A.A. Batabyal,
        Stochastic Models of Decision Making in Arranged Marriages
.
University Press of America, 2006].

188. Mediator Learning and Dowry Determination in an Arranged Marriage Setting, (with H. Beladi), Economics Bulletin, 15, 1-10, 2007.

189. To Match or Not to Match: Aspects of Marital Matchmaking Under Uncertainty, (with G.J. DeAngelo), Operations Research Letters, 36,
        94-8, 2008.

190. The Optimal Reservation Utility in Models of Decision Making in Arranged Marriages, Applied Economics Letters, 16, 1695-8, 2009.

191. A Stochastic Dynamic Programming Approach to Decision Making in Arranged Marriages, (with H. Beladi), Applied Mathematics Letters,

        24, 2197-2200, 2011.

 

192. Setting the Dowry Optimally to Extract the Full Surplus: A Contract Theory Perspective, (with H. Beladi), Economics Bulletin, 33, 2034-41,

        2013.

     Miscellaneous

193. On the Irrelevance of Collusion in Perfectly Correlated Environments, International Review of Economics and Finance, 7, 393-405, 1998.
  
194. Aspects of the Theory of Financial Risk Management for Natural Disasters, (with H. Beladi), Applied Mathematics Letters, 14, 875-80,
        2001.

195. On the Tradeoff Between Cultural Sensitivity and Aggregate Size in Population Control Policy, (with H. Beladi), Applied Economics
        Letters
, 11, 401-4, 2004.

196. Desirable Properties of an Unconventional Population Control Policy, Canadian Journal of Regional Science, 27, 273-81, 2004.

197. An Economist's Perspective on Technology and the Liberal Arts, Journal of Economic Research, 10, 142-70, 2005.

198. Is There a Tradeoff Between Average Patent Pendency and Examination Errors? (with P. Nijkamp), International Review of Economics
        and Finance
, 17, 150-8, 2008.

199. Average Patent Pendency and Examination Errors: A Queuing Theoretic Analysis, (with G.J. DeAngelo), International Journal of
        Foresight and Innovation Policy
, 4, 112-28, 2008.

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Book Chapters

1.    Introduction, in A.A. Batabyal, (Ed.), The Economics of International Environmental Agreements. Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2000.

2.    The Effects of Collusion and Limited Liability on the Design of International Environmental Agreements for Developing Countries, in
       A.A. Batabyal, (Ed.), The Economics of International Environmental Agreements. Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2000.

3.    Dynamic Environmental Policy in Developing Countries in the Presence of a Balance of Trade Deficit and a Tariff,  (with H. Beladi and
       D.M. Lee), in M. Munasinghe, O. Sunkel, and C. de Miguel, (Eds.), The Sustainability of Long-Term Growth. Edward Elgar, 2001.

4.    Introduction and Overview of the Economics of International Trade and the Environment, (with H. Beladi), in A.A. Batabyal and H. Beladi,
       (Eds.), The Economics of International Trade and the Environment. Lewis Publishers, 2001.

5.   Introduction to Stochastic Modeling in Range Management: Selected Essays, in A.A. Batabyal, Stochastic Modeling in Range
      Management
. Nova Science Publishers, 2004.

6.   Contemporary Theoretical Research in Range Management: Four Outstanding Issues, in A.A. Batabyal, Stochastic Modeling in Range
      Management
. Nova Science Publishers, 2004.

7.   An Approach to the Choice of the Optimal Temporal Control in Short Duration Grazing, in A.A. Batabyal, Stochastic Modeling in Range
      Management
. Nova Science Publishers, 2004.

8.   Potential Irreversibilities in Range Management Over Time and Under Uncertainty, in A.A. Batabyal, Stochastic Modeling in Range
      Management
. Nova Science Publishers, 2004.

9.   Some Theoretical Aspects of Range Condition Assessment in the Presence of a Threshold, in A.A. Batabyal, Stochastic Modeling in
     Range Management
. Nova Science Publishers, 2004.

10.  A Dynamic and Stochastic Perspective on the Role of Time in Range Management, (with B. Biswas and E.B. Godfrey), in A.A. Batabyal,
       Stochastic Modeling in Range Management
. Nova Science Publishers, 2004.

11.  Introduction to Stochastic Models of Decision Making in Arranged Marriages, in A.A. Batabyal, Stochastic Models of Decision Making
       in Arranged Marriages
. University Press of America, 2006.

12.  On Economic Cost Minimization Versus Biological Invasion Damage Control, (with G.J. DeAngelo and S. Kumar), in A.G.J.M. Oude
       Lansink, (Ed.), New Approaches to the Economics of Plant Health. Springer, 2007.

13.  Introduction to Dynamic and Stochastic Approaches to the Environment and Economic Development, in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and
       Stochastic Approaches to the Environment and Economic Development
. World Scientific Publishing, 2008.

14.  A Differential Game Theoretic Analysis of International Trade in Renewable Resources, (with H. Beladi), in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and
       Stochastic Approaches to the Environment and Economic Development
. World Scientific Publishing, 2008.

15.  Sustainable Development and Regional Growth, (with P. Nijkamp), in R. Capello and P. Nijkamp, (Eds.), Handbook of Regional Growth
      and Development Theories
. Edward Elgar, 2009.

16.  Introduction to Research Tools in Natural Resource and Environmental Economics, (with P. Nijkamp), in  A.A. Batabyal and P. Nijkamp,
       (Eds.), Research Tools in Natural Resource and Environmental Economics. World Scientific Publishing, 2011.

17.  Introduction to Essays in the Economics of Invasive Species Management, in A.A. Batabyal, Essays in the Economics of Invasive

       Species Management. North American Business Press, 2013.

 

18.  On the Unloading of Container Cargo in a Seaport and its Inspection for the Presence of Deleterious Invasive Species, in A.A. Batabyal,

       Essays in the Economics of Invasive Species Management. North American Business Press, 2013.

 

19.  Introduction to Essays in Natural Resource and Environmental Economics, in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic Resource

       Economics. World Scientific Publishing, 2014.

 

20.  Aspects of the Management of Ecological-Economic Systems With a Safe Minimum Standard, in A.A. Batabyal, Dynamic and Stochastic

       Resource Economics. World Scientific Publishing, 2014.

 

21.  An Analysis of Inspections When Economic Cost Reduction Matters More than Biological Invasion Damage Control, in A.A. Batabyal,

       Dynamic and Stochastic Resource Economics. World Scientific Publishing, 2014.

 

22.  Biodiversity Prospecting Over Time and Under Uncertainty: A Theory of Sorts, (with P. Nijkamp), in P.A.L.D. Nunes et al., (Eds.),

       Handbook on the Economics of Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity. Edward Elgar, 2014.

 

23.  Introduction to the Region and Trade: New Analytical Directions, (with P. Nijkamp), in A.A. Batabyal and P. Nijkamp, (Eds.), The Region

       And Trade: New Analytical Directions. Forthcoming, World Scientific Publishing.

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Recent Working Papers

1.   On Optimizing the Provision of Guided Tours to Tourists During the Slack Season. RIT Working Paper #11-01, Department of
      Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

2.   Transport Provision to Tourists by a Cost Minimizing Firm: A Stochastic Characterization, (with H. Beladi). RIT Working Paper

      #11-03, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

3.   Ecological, Economic, and New Synthetic Perspectives in Range Management: An Interpretative Essay, (with H. Beladi). RIT

      Working Paper #11-04, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

4.   A Schumpeterian Model of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Regional Economic Growth, (with P. Nijkamp). RIT Working

      Paper #11-05, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

5.   A Stochastic Dynamic Programming Approach to Decision Making in Arranged Marriages, (with H. Beladi). RIT Working

      Paper #11-06, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

6.   Project Financing, Entrepreneurial Activity, and Investment in the Presence of Asymmetric Information. RIT Working Paper

      #11-07, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

7.   Goods Allocation by Queuing and the Occurrence of Violence: A Probabilistic Analysis, (with G.J. DeAngelo). RIT Working

      Paper #11-08, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

8.   A Simple Auction Mechanism for Locating Noxious Facilities, (with H. Beladi). RIT Working Paper #11-09, Department of

      Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

9.   Information Provision to Tourists: A Stochastic Analysis, (with H. Beladi). RIT Working paper #12-01, Department of

      Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

10. The Creative Class, its Preferences, and Unbalanced Growth in an Urban Economy, (with P. Nijkamp). RIT Working Paper

      #12-02, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

11. Some Statistical Properties of a Damage Random Variable in Invasive Species Management. RIT Working paper #12-03,

      Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

12. On the Unloading of Container Cargo in a Seaport and its Inspection for the Presence of Deleterious Invasive Species. RIT

      Working Paper #12-04, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

13. Introduction to Essays in the Economics of Invasive Species Management. RIT Working Paper #12-05, Department of

      Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

14. Human Capital Use, Innovation, Patent Protection, and Economic Growth in Multiple Regions, (with P. Nijkamp). RIT

      Working Paper #12-06, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

15. A Multi-Region Model of Economic Growth With Human Capital and Negative Externalities in Innovation, (with P. Nijkamp).

      RIT Working Paper #12-07, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

16. Innovation Driven Economic Growth in Multiple Regions and Taxation: A Dynamic Analysis, (with H. Beladi). RIT Working

      Paper #12-08, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

17. Ought a Green Citizen to Bicycle or Take Public Transport to Work? (with P. Nijkamp). RIT Working Paper #12-09, Department

      of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

18. Human Capital, Knowledge Spillovers, and One Kind of Semi-Endogenous Regional Economic Growth, (with H. Beladi). RIT

      Working Paper #13-01, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

19. Selling Package Tours to Tourists: A Contract Theory Perspective, (with O. Alao). RIT Working Paper #13-02, Department of

      Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

20. On the Sale of Package Tours to Infinitely Many Possible Types of Tourists, (with O. Alao). RIT Working paper #13-03,

      Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

21. Profit Determination for a Guided Tour Provider Operating in a Stochastic Environment, (with H. Beladi). RIT Working

      Paper # 13-04, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

22. Aspects of the Management of Ecological-Economic Systems With a Safe Minimum Standard. RIT Working Paper #13-05,

      Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

23. Introduction to Dynamic and Stochastic Resource Economics: Essays on Biodiversity, Invasive Species, Join Systems,

      and Regulation. RIT Working Paper #13-06, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

24. Ship Inspections in Invasive Species Management: Alternate Regimes and their Properties, (with H. Beladi). RIT Working

      Paper #13-08, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

25. Setting the Dowry Optimally to Extract the Full Surplus: A Contract Theory Perspective, (with H. Beladi). RIT Working

      Paper #13-09, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

26. Positive and Negative Externalities in Innovation, Trade, and Regional Economic Growth, (with P. Nijkamp). RIT Working

      Paper #13-10, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

27. A Model of Trade Between Creative Regions in the Presence of Sector Specific Learning by Doing, (with H. Beladi). RIT Working

      Paper #13-11, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

28. Some Properties of the Technology Gap Between Leading and Lagging Regions, (with P. Nijkamp). RIT Working Paper #13-12,

      Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

29. Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Multi-Regional Economic Growth and Welfare: A Theoretical Research Agenda, (with

      H. Beladi). RIT Working Paper #14-01, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

30. Technology, Learning, and Long Run Economic Growth in Leading and Lagging Regions, (with P. Nijkamp). RIT Working

      Paper #14-02, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

31. Goods Production, Learning by Doing, and Growth in a Region With Creative and Physical Capital, (with U. Usman). RIT

      Working Paper #14-03, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

32. The Equilibrium Allocation of Creative Capital to R&D in a Dynamic Creative Region, (with H. Beladi). RIT Working Paper

      #14-04, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

33. Biodiversity Prospecting Over Time and Under Uncertainty: A Theory of Sorts, (with P. Nijkamp). RIT Working Paper #14-05,

      Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

34. Innovation, Decentralization, and Planning in a Multi-Region Model of Schumpeterian Economic Growth, (with

      P. Nijkamp). RIT Working Paper #14-06, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

35. Introduction to the Region and Trade: New Analytical Directions, (with P. Nijkamp). RIT Working Paper #14-07, Department

      Of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

36. Creative Capital Accumulation and the Advancement of India’s Creative Economy, (with H. Beladi). RIT Working Paper

      #14-08, Department of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

37. Optimal Transport Provision to a Tourist Destination: A Contract Theory Perspective, (with H. Beladi).

 

38. Learning by Doing and Economic Growth in a Creative Region: A Theoretical Investigation, (with H. Beladi). 

 

39. Patent Protection in a Model of Economic Growth in Multiple Regions, (with H. Beladi).

 

40. Digital Technologies, Knowledge Spillovers, Innovation Policies, and Economic Growth in a Creative Region, (with

      P. Nijkamp).

 

41. On Economic Growth and Investment Income Taxation in a Creative Region, (with P.J. Donovan).

 

42. Aspects of the Accumulation of Creative Capital in a Regional Economy, (with H. Beladi).

 

43. Knowledge Goods, Ordinary Goods, and the Effects of Trade Between Leading and Lagging Regions, (with H. Beladi).

 

44. Trade Between Creative Regions When the Input Elasticity of Substitution is Less Than Unity, (with H. Beladi).

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Book Reviews

1.  H.C. Coombs, The Return of Scarcity, in Kyklos, 45, 101-3, 1992.

2.  C.P. Kindleberger, The Life of an Economist, in Kyklos, 45, 282-4, 1992.

3.  R. Pethig, Ed., Conflicts and Cooperation in Managing Environmental Resources, in Natural Resource Modeling, 6, 337-42, 1992.

4.  S. Folster, The Art of Encouraging Invention, in Kyklos, 45, 417-9, 1992.

5.  P. Johansson, An Introduction to Modern Welfare Economics, in Kyklos, 45, 426-8, 1992.

6.  J. LeGrand, Equity and Choice, in Kyklos, 45, 431-2, 1992.

7.  M.A. Lebowitz, Beyond Capital, in Kyklos, 45, 579-81, 1992.

8.  G.G. Stevenson, Common Property Economics, in Kyklos, 45, 588-90, 1992.

9.  T. Amelung and M. Diehl, Deforestation of Tropical Rain Forests, in Kyklos, 46, 123-4, 1993.

10. E. Ostrom, Crafting Institutions for Self-Governing Irrigation Systems, in Kyklos, 46, 140-1, 1993.

11. S. Moss and J. Rae, Eds., Artificial Intelligence and Economic Analysis, in Kyklos, 46, 445-7, 1993.

12. B.R. Hazari and P.M. Sgro, Models of Unemployment in Trade and Economic Development, in Kyklos, 46, 436-8, 1993.

13.  R. Gibbons, A Primer in Game Theory, in Kyklos, 46, 433-5, 1993.

14.  J.M. Fontaine, Ed., Foreign Trade Reforms and Development Strategy, in Development Policy Review, 11, 311-2, 1993.

 15. E. Parsan, South-South Trade in Global Development, in Development Policy Review, 11, 325-6, 1993.

 16. S. Wibe and T. Jones, Eds., Forests, in Ecological Economics, 8, 79-80, 1993.

 17. P.J. Coughlin, Probabilistic Voting Theory, in Kyklos, 46, 595-6, 1993.

 18. J.R. Presley, Ed., Essays on Robertsonian Economics, in Kyklos, 46, 615-6, 1993.

 19. K.W. Rothschild, Ethics and Economic Theory, in Kyklos, 46, 617-8, 1993.

 20. H. Linnemann, Ed., South-South Trade Preferences, in Development Policy Review, 12, 91-2, 1994.

 21. J. Knight, Institutions and Social Conflict, in Kyklos, 47, 149-1, 1994.

 22. A.K. Dasgupta, A History of Indian Economic Thought, in Kyklos, 47, 271-2, 1994.

 23. P. Johansson, Cost-Benefit Analysis of Environmental Change, in Kyklos, 47, 286-7, 1994.

 24. E.R. Weintraub, Ed., Toward a History of Game Theory, in Kyklos, 47, 306-7, 1994.

 25. W.J. Ethier et al., Eds., Theory, Policy, and Dynamics in International Trade, in Kyklos, 47, 459-60, 1994.

 26. T.W. Schultz, The Economics of Being Poor, in Kyklos, 47, 481-2, 1994.

 27. D. Dollar and E.N. Wolff, Competitiveness, Convergence and International Specialization, in Development Policy Review, 12, 338-9,
       1994.

 28. P.M. Haas et al., Eds., Institutions for the Earth, in Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 150, 553-5, 1994.

 29. S. Devereux, Theories of Famine, in Kyklos, 47, 606-7, 1994.

 30. E. Dommen, Ed., Fair Principles for Sustainable Development, in Kyklos, 47, 607-8, 1994.

 31. R.M. Townsend, The Medieval Village Economy, in Kyklos, 47, 635-6, 1994.

 32. M.G. Quibria, Ed., Rural Poverty in Asia, in Journal of Asian Economics, 5, 611-4, 1994.

 33. G.D. Libecap, Contracting for Property Rights, in Kyklos, 48, 155-7, 1995.

 34. J. Weiss, Ed., The Economics of Project Appraisal and the Environment, in Kyklos, 48, 171-2, 1995.

 35. A. Heertje, Ed., The Makers of Modern Economics Vol 1, in Kyklos, 48, 324-5, 1995.

 36. P. Streeten, Strategies for Human Development, in Kyklos, 48, 335-7, 1995.

 37. W.B. Arthur, Increasing Returns and Path Dependence in the Economy, in Kyklos, 48, 439-40, 1995.

 38. P.A. Diamond, On Time, in Kyklos, 48, 450-1, 1995.

 39. A.K. Dutt et al., Eds., The State, Markets and Development, in Kyklos, 48, 451-2, 1995.

 40. R. Blundell et al., Eds., The Measurement of Household Welfare, in Kyklos, 48, 602-3, 1995.

 41. M. Dubrulle, Ed., Future European Environmental Policy and Subsidiarity, in Kyklos, 48, 605-6, 1995.

 42. B.M. Koppel, Ed., Induced Innovation Theory and International Agricultural Development, in Kyklos, 48, 616-7, 1995.

 43. S. Ghatak, Introduction to Development Economics, in Development Policy Review, 13, 444, 1995.

 44. M. Desai, Poverty, Famine and Economic Development, in Kyklos, 49, 76-8, 1996.

 45. P. Johansson, Evaluating Health Risks, in Kyklos, 49, 85-6, 1996.

 46. T. Scitovsky, Economic Theory and Reality, in Kyklos, 49, 91-3, 1996.

 47. T.M. Swanson, Ed., The Economics and Ecology of Biodiversity Decline, in American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 78, 254-5,
       1996.

 48. J. Groenewegen et al., Eds., On Economic Institutions, in Kyklos, 49, 230-2, 1996.

 49. O. Stark, Altruism and Beyond, in Kyklos, 49, 243-4, 1996.

 50. M. Miller, The Third World in Global Environmental Politics, in American Political Science Review, 90, 701-2, 1996.

 51. A.O. Krueger, Trade Policies and Developing Nations, in Kyklos, 49, 480-1, 1996.

 52. C. Perrings et al., Eds., Biodiversity Loss, in Kyklos, 49, 486-7, 1996.

 53. M. Tommasi and K. Ierulli, Eds., The New Economics of Human Behavior, in Kyklos, 49, 491-2, 1996.

 54. S.C. Chew and R.A. Denemark, Eds., The Underdevelopment of Development, in Development Policy Review, 14, 313-4, 1996.

 55. W. Beckerman, Growth, the Environment and the Distribution of Incomes, in Kyklos, 49, 643-4, 1996.

 56. P. Liberman, Does Conquest Pay, in Kyklos, 49, 674-5, 1996.

 57. D. Lim, Explaining Economic Growth, in Kyklos, 49, 676-7, 1996.

 58. M.U. Haq, Reflections on Human Development, in Kyklos, 50, 122-3, 1997.

 59. D.M. Hausman and M.S. McPherson, Economic Analysis and Moral Philosophy, in Kyklos, 50, 126-7, 1997.

 60. P.R. Kleindorfer et al., Eds., Energy, Environment and the Economy, in Kyklos, 50, 131-2, 1997.

 61. S. Lombardini, Growth and Economic Development, in Kyklos, 50, 132-3, 1997.

 62. J. Brohman, Popular Development, in Development Policy Review, 15, 107-8, 1997.

 63. S. Faucheux et al., Eds., Models of Sustainable Development, in Kyklos, 50, 266-7, 1997.

 64.  C. Kirkpatrick and J. Weiss, Eds., Cost-Benefit Analysis and Project Appraisal in Developing Countries, in Kyklos, 50, 273-4,
        1997.

 65. E.F. Paul et al., Eds., Contemporary Political and Social Philosophy, in Kyklos, 50, 276-7, 1997.

 66. B. Glaeser, Environment, Development, Agriculture, in Food Policy, 22, 377-8, 1997.

 67. J. McGuire et al., Eds., Politics of Violence, in Kyklos, 50, 432-3, 1997.

 68. R. Mendelsohn and D. Shaw, Eds., The Economics of Pollution Control in the Asia Pacific, in Kyklos, 50, 433-4, 1997.

 69. M. Rutherford, Institutions in Economics, in Kyklos, 50, 440-1, 1997.

 70. R.M. Auty and J. Toye, Eds., Challenging the Orthodoxies, in Development Policy Review, 15, 323-4, 1997.

 71. V.N. Balasubramanyam and D. Greenaway, Eds., Trade and Development, in Kyklos, 50, 589-90, 1997.

 72. R. Costanza et al., Eds., The Development of Ecological Economics, in Kyklos, 50, 595-7, 1997.

 73.  M.R. Garfinkel and S. Skaperdas, Eds., The Political Economy of Conflict and Appropriation, in Kyklos, 50, 603-4, 1997.

 74. R. Kemp, Environmental Policy and Technical Change, in Kyklos, 50, 604-5, 1997.

 75. A. Xepapadeas, Ed., Economic Policy for the Environment and Natural Resources, in Kyklos, 50, 617-8, 1997.

 76. J. Rapley, Understanding Development, in Development Policy Review,15, 430-1, 1997.

 77. R.H. Bates, Open-Economy Politics, in Kyklos, 51, 129-30, 1998.

 78. S. Georgiou et al., Economic Values and the Environment in the Developing World, in Kyklos, 51, 139-40, 1998.

 79. W.E. Martin and L.A. McDonald, Eds., Modeling Environmental Policy, in Kyklos, 51, 146-8, 1998.

 80. T.K. Oommen, Ed., Citizenship and National Identity, in Kyklos, 51, 150-1, 1998.

 81. M. Rauscher, International Trade, Factor Movements, and the Environment, in Kyklos, 51, 155-6, 1998.

 82. L. Samuelson, Evolutionary Games and Equilibrium Selection, in International Review of Economics and Finance, 7, 137-9,
       1998.

 83. G. Rist, The History of Development, in Development Policy Review,16, 218-20, 1998.

 84. R. Skarstein, Development Theory, in Development Policy Review,16, 218-20, 1998.

 85. L. Emmerij, Ed., Economic and Social Development into the XXI Century, in Development Policy Review,16, 218-20, 1998.

 86. J. Dreze and A. Sen, Eds., Indian Development, in India Currents, 12, 40, 1998.

 87. J.M. Antle and D.A. Sumner, Eds., The Economics of Agriculture Vol 1, in Agriculture and Human Values, 15, 93-4, 1998.

 88. C. Davis, Ed., Western Public Lands and Environmental Politics, in Agriculture and Human Values, 15, 95, 1998.

 89. I. Tinker, Street Foods, in Journal of Regional Science, 38, 546-8, 1998.

 90.  L.K. Caldwell and R.V. Bartlett, Eds., Environmental Policy, in Journal of the American Planning Association, 64, 501-2, 1998.

 91. D. Ray, Development Economics, in International Review of Economics and Finance, 7, 357-9, 1998.

 92. P. Dasgupta and K.G. Maler, Eds., The Environment and Emerging Development Issues Vol 1, in Development Policy Review, 16,
      433-9, 1998.

 93. P. Dasgupta and K.G. Maler, Eds., The Environment and Emerging Development Issues Vol 2, in Development Policy Review, 16,
       433-9, 1998.

 94. I.S. Kikula, Policy Implications on Environment, in Development Policy Review, 16, 433-9, 1998.

 95. F.A. Wilson, Ed., Towards Sustainable Project Development, in Development Policy Review, 16, 433-9, 1998.

 96. A. Bonanno and D. Constance, Caught in the Net, in Agriculture and Human Values, 15, 281-2, 1998.

 97. D.S. Licht, Ecology and Economics of the Great Plains, in Agriculture and Human Values, 15, 283-4, 1998.

 98. R.A. Devlin and R.Q. Grafton, Economic Rights and Environmental Wrongs, in Ecological Economics Bulletin, 4, 27, 1999.

 99. R. Peet and M. Watts, Eds., Liberation Ecologies, in Agriculture and Human Values, 16, 87-8, 1999.

100. S.A. Vosti and T. Reardon, Eds., Sustainability, Growth, and Poverty Alleviation, in Agriculture and Human Values, 16, 89-90,
        1999.

101. M. Storper, The Regional World, in Journal of Regional Science, 39, 217-9, 1999.

102. H. Braczyk et al., Eds., Regional Innovation Systems, in Journal of Regional Science, 39, 219-21, 1999.

103. J.A. Frankel, Ed., The Regionalization of the World Economy, in Journal of Regional Science, 39, 414-6, 1999.

104. S. Mehta et al., Controlling Pollution, in Development Policy Review, 17, 232-3, 1999.

105. E.C. Robinson, Greening at the Grassroots, in Development Policy Review, 17, 238-9, 1999.

106. M. Alauddin and C.A. Tisdell, The Environment and Economic Development in South Asia, in Journal of Asian Studies, 58,
        538-9, 1999.

107. S. Singh, Taming the Waters, in Journal of Asian Studies, 58, 878-9, 1999.

108. J. Bhagwati, A Stream of Windows, in International Review of Economics and Finance, 8, 339-41, 1999.

109. R.A. Dodgshon, Society in Time and Space, in Journal of Regional Science, 39, 758-60, 1999.

110. J.H. Perkins, Geopolitics and the Green Revolution, in Agriculture and Human Values, 16, 441-2, 1999.

111. D. Goodman and M.J. Watts, Eds., Globalizing Food, in Agriculture and Human Values, 16, 443-4, 1999.

112. J. Foster, Ed., Valuing Nature? in Agriculture and Human Values, 16, 445-6, 1999.

113. F.M. Lappe et al., World Hunger 12 Myths, 2nd ed, in Development Policy Review, 17, 435-6, 1999.

114. G. Heal, Valuing the Future, in Development Policy Review, 17, 446-7, 1999.

115. K.L. Krishna, Ed., Econometric Applications in India, in Journal of Asian Studies, 58, 1169-70, 1999.

116. D.L. Donahue, The Western Range Revisited, in Journal of Range Management, 53, 134-5, 2000.

117. H.J. Cortner and M.A. Moore, The Politics of Ecosystem Management, in Journal of Range Management, 53, 246-7,
        2000.

118. E.O. Wilson, Consilience, in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 12, 223-5, 2000.

119. A. Sen, Development as Freedom, in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 12, 225-7, 2000.

120. A. Gupta, Postcolonial Developments, in Agriculture and Human Values, 17, 111-2, 2000.

121. J.M.L. Santos, The Economic Valuation of Landscape Change, in Journal of Regional Science, 40, 414-5, 2000.

122. S. Mundle, Ed., Public Finance, in Journal of Asian Studies, 59, 205-6, 2000.

123. S. Rose-Ackerman, Corruption and Government, in Development Policy Review, 18, 218-19, 2000.

124. J. Mayer et al., Eds., Development Policies in Natural Resource Economies, in Development Policy Review, 18, 229-30,
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125. J.L. Holechek et al., Natural Resources, in Journal of Range Management, 53, 459-60, 2000.

126. P.Z. Kirpich, Water Planning for Food Production in Developing Countries, in Development Policy Review, 18, 340-1,
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127. P. Dasgupta et al., Eds., The Economics of Transnational Commons, in International Review of Economics and Finance,
        9, 287-9, 2000.

128. A. Agrawal, Greener Pastures, in Rangelands, 22, 43-4, 2000.

129. R. Costanza et al., An Introduction to Ecological Economics, in Journal of Range Management, 53, 671, 2000.

130. J. Rawls, The Law of Peoples, in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 13, 269-71, 2000.

131. M. Langworthy and T.J. Finan, Waiting for Rain, in Agriculture and Human Values, 17, 397-8, 2000.

132. G.E. Varner, In Nature's Interests? in Agriculture and Human Values, 17, 399-400, 2000.

133. P. Barker, Ed., Living as Equals, in Agriculture and Human Values, 17, 401-2, 2000.

134. F.B. Golley, A Primer for Environmental Literacy, in Agriculture and Human Values, 17, 403-4, 2000.

135. G. Dutfield, Intellectual Property Rights, Trade, and Biodiversity, in Development Policy Review, 18, 444-5, 2000.

136. C.W. Clark and M. Mangel, Dynamic State Variable Models in Ecology, in Journal of Range Management, 54, 200, 2001.

137. W.D. Nordhaus and J. Boyer, Warming the World, in Journal of Range Management, 54, 312, 2001.

138. J.B. Braden and S. Proost, Eds., The Economic Theory of Environmental Policy in a Federal System, in Journal of Agricultural
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139. A. Cornwell and J. Creedy, Environmental Taxes and Economic Welfare, in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics,
        14, 96-102, 2001.

140. G. Atkinson et al., Measuring Sustainable Development, in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 14, 96-102, 2001.

141. R. Nau et al., Eds., Economic and Environmental Risk and Uncertainty, in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 14,
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142. P.R. Portney and J.P. Weyant, Eds., Discounting and Intergenerational Equity, in Agriculture and Human Values, 18, 235-6, 2001.

143. D. Orden et al., Policy Reform in American Agriculture, in Agriculture and Human Values, 18, 237-8, 2001.

144. S. Levin, Fragile Dominion, in Agriculture and Human Values, 18, 239-40, 2001.

145. J. Opie, Ogallala, 2nd ed, in Rangelands, 23, 35-6, 2001.

146. M.C. Nussbaum, Women and Human Development, in Development Policy Review, 19, 252-3, 2001.

147. T.N. Srinivasan, Eight Lectures on India's Economic Reforms, in Development Policy Review, 19, 257-8, 2001.

148. V. Shiva, Stolen Harvest, in Journal of Range Management, 54, 628, 2001.

149. P. Bardhan and C. Udry, Development Microeconomics, in Agriculture and Human Values, 18, 337-8, 2001.

150. C.E. Bock and J.H. Bock, The View From Bald Hill, in Journal of Range Management, 54, 725, 2001.

151. J.B. Rosser, Jr., From Catastrophe to Chaos Vol 1, 2nd ed, in American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 83, 1111-2, 2001.

152. C.M. Correa, Intellectual Property Rights, the WTO, and Developing Countries, in Development Policy Review, 19, 375-6, 2001.

153. T.M. Power and R.N. Barrett, Post-Cowboy Economics, in Journal of Range Management, 55, 104, 2002.

154. H.T. Odum and E.C. Odum, A Prosperous Way Down, in Choice, 39, 931, 2002.

155. M. Meredith, Africa's Elephant, in Journal of Range Management, 55, 205-6, 2002.

156. S. Morse et al., Visions of Sustainability, in Development Policy Review, 20, 111-2, 2002.

157. I. Sachs, Understanding Development, in Development Policy Review, 20, 121, 2002.

158. H. French, Vanishing Borders, in Development Policy Review, 20, 123-4, 2002.

159. T. Swanson and S. Johnston, Global Environmental Problems and International Environmental Agreements, in Environment and
        Development Economics
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160. J.S. Shortle and D.G. Abler, Eds., Environmental Policies for Agricultural Pollution Control, in Development Policy Review, 20,
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161. D.L. Hodgson, Ed., Rethinking Pastoralism in Africa, in Development Policy Review, 20, 224-5, 2002.

162. A. Kohli, Ed., The Success of India's Democracy, in Development Policy Review, 20, 240, 2002.

163. E. Neumayer, Greening Trade and Investment, in Choice, 39, 1632-3, 2002.

164. A. Gillespie, The Illusion of Progress, in Choice, 39, 1848, 2002.

165. V.N. Balasubramanyam, Conversations With Indian Economists, in Agriculture and Human Values, 19, 165-6, 2002.

166.  J.F. Shogren and J. Tschirhart, Eds., Protecting Endangered Species in the United States, in Development Policy Review, 20,
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167.  D. Bloom and P. Godwin, Eds., The Economics of HIV and AIDS, in Journal of Asian Studies, 61, 1003-4, 2002.

168.  P. Dasgupta, Human Well-Being and the Natural Environment, in Journal of Range Management, 55, 523-4, 2002.

169.  M. Meredith, Our Votes, Our Guns, in Agriculture and Human Values, 19, 271-2, 2002.

170.  D. Greenaway and C.W. Morgan, Eds., The Economics of Commodity Markets, in Review of International Economics, 10,
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171.  R. Datta and J. Kornberg, Eds., Women in Developing Countries, in Development Policy Review, 20, 695, 2002.

172.  C. Perrings et al., Eds., The Economics of Biological Invasions, in Journal of Range Management, 55, 627, 2002.

173.  J.A. Cherni, Economic Growth Versus the Environment, in Choice, 40, 674, 2002.

174.  G.P. Sampson and W.B. Chambers, Eds., Trade, Environment, and the Millennium, 2nd ed, in Choice, 40, 677-8, 2002.

175.  J. Farrington et al., Eds., Participatory Watershed Development, in Journal of Asian Studies, 61, 1407-8, 2002.

176.  A. Rashid, Jihad, in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 16, 93-6, 2003.

177.  A. Roy, Power Politics, in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 16, 96-8, 2003.

178.  R.L. Paarlberg, The Politics of Precaution, in Journal of Range Management, 56, 203, 2003.

179.  M.T. Rock, Pollution Control in East Asia, in Development Policy Review, 21, 398-9, 2003.

180.  J.M. Hollander, The Real Environmental Crisis, in Choice, 40, 1793, 2003.

181.  J. De Graaf et al., Affluenza, in Agriculture and Human Values, 20, 209-10, 2003.

182.  L.H. Gunderson and L. Pritchard Jr., Eds., Resilience and the Behavior of Large-Scale Systems, in Journal of Range
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183.  F.E. Muhereza and P.O. Otim, Pastoral Resource Competition in Uganda, in Development Policy Review, 21, 525-6,
         2003.

184.  S. Ganguly, Conflict Unending, in Indian Economic Review, 38, 124-5, 2003.

185.  B. Lewis, What Went Wrong? in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 16, 416-8, 2003.

186.  S. Lumley, Sustainability and Degradation in Less Developed Countries, in Development Policy Review, 21, 723-4,
         2003.

187.  J.D. Fahn, A Land on Fire, in Choice, 41, 386, 2003.

188.  B. Feiler, Abraham, in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 16, 516-8, 2003.

189.  W. Beckerman, A Poverty of Reason, in Journal of Range Management, 56, 554, 2003.

190.   E.T. Freyfogle, The Land we Share, in Choice, 41, 755, 2003.

191.   R. Kagan, Of Paradise and Power, in Agriculture and Human Values, 20, 385-6, 2003.

192.   S. Oldfield, Ed., The Trade in Wildlife, in Development Policy Review, 22, 125-6, 2004.

193.   T.M. Shenk and A.B. Franklin, Eds., Modeling in Natural Resource Management, in Journal of Range Management, 57,
          124-5, 2004.

194.   T.N. Srinivasan and S.D. Tendulkar, Reintegrating India With the World Economy, in Development Policy Review, 22,
          248-9, 2004.

195.   A.M. Reed, Ed., Corporate Capitalism in Contemporary South Asia, in Development Policy Review, 22, 254-5, 2004.

196.   R. Laxminarayan, Ed., Battling Resistance to Antibiotics and Pesticides, in Journal of Range Management, 57, 227-8, 2004.

197.   S.L. Engerman et al., Eds., Finance, Intermediaries, and Economic Development, in Development Policy Review, 22, 362-3,
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198.   D. O'Rourke, Community-Driven Regulation, in Choice, 41, 1930, 2004.

199.   F. Zakaria, The Future of Freedom, in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 17, 319-21, 2004.

200.   A. Sparks, Beyond the Miracle, in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 17, 321-3, 2004.

201.   W.W. Cochrane, The Curse of American Agricultural Abundance, in American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 86, 1157-8,
          2004.

202.   P.R. Ehrlich and A.H. Ehrlich, One with Nineveh, in Choice, 42, 153, 2004.
    
203.   N. Lord, Beluga Days, in Journal of Range Management, 57, 422-3, 2004.

204.   P.C.M. Mar and F. Richter, Eds., China, in Development Policy Review, 22, 728-9, 2004.

205.   R. Jha, Ed., India's Economic Reforms, in Development Policy Review, 22, 731-2, 2004.

206.   J. Bhagwati, In Defense of Globalization, in Agriculture and Human Values, 21, 425-6, 2004.

207.   F. Bourguignon and L.A. Pereira da Silva, Eds., The Impact of Economic Policies on Poverty and Income Distribution, in
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208.   T. Anderson, Ed., You Have to Admit it's Getting Better, in Choice, 42, 709, 2004.

209.   R.H. Day, The Divergent Dynamics of Economic Growth, in Development Policy Review, 23, 115-6, 2005.

210.   S. Bell and S. Morse, Measuring Sustainability, in Development Policy Review, 23, 118-9, 2005.

211.   E.B. Fiske and H.F. Ladd, Elusive Equity, in Development Policy Review, 23, 122-3, 2005.

212.   J.E. Stiglitz, Globalization and its Discontents, in International Review of Economics and Finance, 14, 227-8, 2005.

213.   S. Jones and G. Carswell, Eds., The Earthscan Reader in Environment, Development, and Rural Livelihoods, in Development
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214.   G.M. Meier, Biography of a Subject, in Development Policy Review, 23, 411-2, 2005.

215.   B.R. Copeland and M.S. Taylor, Trade and the Environment, in Annals of Regional Science, 39, 203-5, 2005.

216.   S. Talbott, Engaging India, in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 18, 311-3, 2005.

217.   P. Dasgupta and K.G. Maler, Eds., The Economics of Non-Convex Ecosystems, in Rangeland Ecology and Management,
          58, 443, 2005.

218.   M. Mason, The New Accountability, in Choice, 43, 186, 2005.

219.   A. Sawhney, The New Face of Environmental Management in India, in Development Policy Review, 23, 629-30, 2005.

220.   M. Glatzer and D. Rueschemeyer, Eds., Globalization and the Future of the Welfare State, in Development Policy Review, 23,
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221.   R. Jha, Ed., Economic Growth, Economic Performance and Welfare in South Asia, in Development Policy Review, 23, 743-4,
          2005.

222.   H.I. Miller and G. Conko, The Frankenfood Myth, in Development Policy Review, 23, 751-2, 2005.

223.   H.T. Banks and C. Castillo-Chavez, Eds., Bioterrorism, in Interfaces, 35, 531-2, 2005.

224.   J. Clapp and P. Dauvergne, Paths to a Green World, in Choice, 43, 707, 2005.

225.   M. Kremer and R. Glennerster, Strong Medicine, in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 18, 415-7, 2005.

226.   S. Roy, Globalization, ICT, and Developing Nations, in Development Policy Review, 24, 121-2, 2006.

227.   M. Sagoff, Price, Principle, and the Environment, in Development Policy Review, 24, 232-3, 2006.

228.   A. Sen, The Argumentative Indian, in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 19, 195-7, 2006.

229.   M. Bartholomew-Biggs, Nonlinear Optimization with Financial Applications, in Interfaces, 36, 176-7, 2006.

230.   S.G. Bunker and P.S. Ciccantell, Globalization and the Race for Resources, in Choice, 43, 1645, 2006.

231.   X. Chen, As Borders Bend, in Journal of Regional Science, 46, 419-20, 2006.

232.   B.A. de Aghion and J. Morduch, The Economics of Microfinance, in Development Policy Review, 24, 489-91, 2006.

233.   D.L. Kirp, Shakespeare, Einstein, and the Bottom Line, in American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 88, 767-8, 2006.

234.   E.B. Barbier, Natural Resources and Economic Development, in Development Policy Review, 24, 723-4, 2006.

235.   S. Satyanath, Globalization, Politics, and Financial Turmoil, in Development Policy Review, 24, 735-6, 2006.

236. A. Sen, Identity and Violence, in Economic Issues, 11, 81-3, 2006.

237. P. Mishra, Temptations of the West, in Economic Issues, 11, 96-8, 2006.

238. W. Ching and M.K. Ng, Markov Chains, in Interfaces, 36, 609-10, 2006.

239. P. Bardhan, Scarcity, Conflicts, and Cooperation, in Indian Economic Review, 41, 105-7, 2006.

240. W.R. Easterly, The White Man's Burden, in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 19, 587-9, 2006.

241. A. Blackman, Ed., Small Firms and the Environment in Developing Countries, in Development Policy Review, 25, 141-3,
        2007.

242. D. Cohen, Globalization and its Enemies, in International Review of Economics and Finance, 16, 604-5, 2007.

243. S. Asefa, Ed., The Economics of Sustainable Development, in Eastern Economic Journal, 33, 156-7, 2007.

244. C. Rudolph, National Security and Immigration, in Development Policy Review, 25, 390-1, 2007.

245. R. Dawkins, The God Delusion, in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 20, 221-3, 2007.

246. P. Godwin, When a Crocodile Eats the Sun, in www.curledup.com/whencroc.htm, 2007.

247. J.C. Greenburg, Supreme Conflict, in www.curledup.com/supremec.htm, 2007.

248. D. Cesarani, Becoming Eichmann, in www.curledup.com/becoeich.htm, 2007.

249. United Nations Development Program, Human Development Report 2006, in Choice, 44, 2149, 2007.

250. A.W. McCoy, A Question of Torture, in www.curledup.com/qtorture.htm, 2007.

251. L. Smolin, The Trouble With Physics, in www.curledup.com/troubphy.htm, 2007.

252. D.L. Hackler, Cities in the Technology Economy, in Journal of Regional Science, 47, 1020-2, 2007.

253. P. Ho and E.B. Vermeer, Eds., China's Limits to Growth, in Development Policy Review, 25, 763-5, 2007.

254. J. Aziz et al., Eds., China and India, in Development Policy Review, 25, 766-7, 2007.

255. D. Temple-Raston, The Jihad Next Door, in www.curledup.com/jihadnxt.htm, 2007.

256. P. Krishna, Trade Blocs, in Economic Issues, 12, 108-9, 2007.

257. J. Van Overtveldt, The Chicago School, in Economic Issues, 12, 109-11, 2007.

258. C. Clover, The End of the Line, in Economic Issues, 12, 112-4, 2007.

259. J. Mann, The China Fantasy, in www.curledup.com/chinafan.htm, 2007.

260. R. Kleber, Dynamic Inventory Management in Reverse Logistics, in Interfaces, 37, 590-2, 2007.

261. A. Marcus, Blood and Belief, in www.curledup.com/bloodbel.htm, 2007.

262. G. Leclerc and C.A.S. Hall, Eds., Making World Development Work, in Choice, 45, 2148, 2007.

263. A.K. Dixit, Lawlessness and Economics, in American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 90, 281-2, 2008.

264. M. Yunus, Creating a World Without Poverty, in www.curledup.com/wpoverty.htm, 2008.

265. R. Lipsman, Liberal Hearts and Conservative Brains, in www.frontstreetreviews.com/Liberal%20Hearts.html, 2008.

266. E. Hobsbawm, On Empire, in www.curledup.com/onempire.htm, 2008.

267. W.W. Lewis, The Year of the Monkey, in www.frontstreetreviews.com/Year%20of%20the%20Monkey.html, 2008.

268. C.R. Morris, The Trillion Dollar Meltdown, in www.curledup.com/trillion.htm, 2008.

269. J. Sanderson and S.M.N. Islam, Climate Change and Economic Development, in Choice, 45, 1821, 2008.

270. A.H. Amsden, Escape from Empire, in Development Policy Review, 26, 249-50, 2008.

271. F. Zakaria, The Post-American World, in www.frontstreetreviews.com/Post-American.html, 2008.

272. A. Herman, Gandhi and Churchill, in www.frontstreetreviews.com/Gandhi.html, 2008.

273. P. Collier, The Bottom Billion, in Journal of Agricultural and  Environmental Ethics, 21, 507-10, 2008.

274. B. Lewis and B.E. Churchill, Islam, in www.frontstreetreviews.com/Islam.html, 2008.

275. J. Hakes, A Declaration of Energy Independence, in www.curledup.com/energyin.htm, 2008.

276. T. Ali, The Duel, in www.frontstreetreviews.com/Duel.html, 2008.

277. B.S. Dhillon, Human Reliability and Error in Transportation Systems, in Interfaces, 38,  412-3, 2008.

278. J. Diez and O.P. Dwivedi, Eds., Global Environmental Challenges, in Choice, 46, 569, 2008.

279. F.R. Forsund, Hydropower Economics, in Interfaces, 39, 92-3, 2009.

280. K. Mahbubani, The New Asian Hemisphere, in www.curledup.com/asianhmi.htm, 2009.

281. C. Barry and S.G. Reddy, International Trade and Labor Standards, in Development Policy Review, 27, 237-8, 2009.

282. N. Stone, World War One, in www.curledup.com/wrldwar1.htm, 2009.

283. D.H. Meadows, Thinking in Systems, in Choice, 46, 2134, 2009.

284. W. Doniger, The Hindus, in www.frontstreetreviews.com/Hindus.html, 2009.

285. R.H. Frank, The Economic Naturalist's Field Guide, in www.curledup.com/econnatu.htm, 2009.

286. C. Weaver, Hypocrisy Trap, in Development Policy Review, 27, 646-7, 2009.

287. R. Kagan, The Return of History and the End of Dreams, in www.curledup.com/returnhi.htm, 2009.

288. U.N. Bhat, An Introduction to Queuing Theory, in Interfaces, 39, 491-2, 2009.

289. N.D. Kristof and S. WuDunn, Half the Sky, in www.curledup.com/halftsky.htm, 2010.

290. H.L. Fretwell, Who is Minding the Federal Estate? in Choice, 47, 944, 2010.

291. R. Florida, Who's Your City? in www.curledup.com/whoscity.htm, 2010.

292. A. Sen, The Idea of Justice, in American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 92, 899-900, 2010.

293. G.A. Cohen, Why Not Socialism? in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 23, 393-5, 2010.

294. E. Von Weizsacker et al., Factor Five, in Choice, 47, 2381, 2010.

295. D. Amos, Eclipse of the Sunnis, in www.curledup.com/ecsunnis.htm, 2010.

 

296. E.B. Barbier, A Global Green New Deal, in Choice, 48, 1133, 2011.

 

297. A. Gawande, The Checklist Manifesto, in www.curledup.com/checklist_manifesto.htm, 2011.

298. A. Panagariya, India, in International Review of Economics and Finance, 20, 846-7, 2011.

 

299. M. Perry, Talking to Terrorists, in www.curledup.com/talking_to_terrorists.htm, 2011.

 

300. W.J. Baumol, The Microtheory of Innovative Entrepreneurship, in Interfaces, 41, 316-8, 2011.

 

301. D.T. Kenrick, Sex, Murder, and the Meaning of Life, in www.curledup.com/sex_murder_meaning_of_life.htm, 2011.

 

302. R. Repetto, America’s Climate Problem, in Choice, 48, 2155, 2011.

 

303. I. Stewart, The Mathematics of Life, in www.curledup.com/mathematics_of_life.htm, 2011.


304. P. Collier, The Plundered Planet, in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 24, 549-51, 2011.

305. S. Cameron, The Economics of Hate, in Review of Social Economy, 69, 534-7, 2011.

 

306. K. Basu, Beyond the Invisible Hand, in Interfaces, 41, 506-7, 2011.

 

307. J.P. Tomain, Ending Dirty Energy Policy, in Choice, 49, 738, 2011.

 

308. S. Hawking and L. Mlodinow, The Grand Design, in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 25, 103-5,

        2012.

 

309. J. Meckling, Carbon Coalitions, in Choice, 49, 1316, 2012.

 

310. G. Das, The Difficulty of Being Good, in Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 25, 249-52, 2012.

 

311. S. Desai et al., New Directions in Regional Economic Development, in Economic Development Quarterly, 26, 195-6,

        2012.

 

312. B. Bueno de Mesquita and A. Smith, The Dictator’s Handbook, in www.curledup.com/dictators_handbook.htm, 2012.

 

313. B. Harden, Escape from Camp 14, in www.curledup.com/escape_from_camp_14.htm, 2012.

 

314. H.W. Sinn, The Green Paradox, in Choice, 49, 2339, 2012.

 

315. M. Binder, Elements of an Evolutionary Theory of Welfare, in Review of Social Economy, 70, 375-8, 2012.
 
316. M.C. Nussbaum, Not for Profit, in Review of Social Economy, 70, 378-81, 2012.

 

317. J. Ikerd, The Essentials of Economic Sustainability, in Choice, 50, 722, 2012.

 

318. J. Palmer, Heaven Cracks, Earth Shakes, in www.curledup.com/heaven_cracks_earth_shakes.htm, 2013.

 

319. D. Acemoglu and J.A. Robinson, Why Nations Fail, in American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 95, 203-5,

        2013.

 

320. D. Helm, The Carbon Crunch, in Choice, 50, 1300-1, 2013.

 

321. T.A. Weber, Optimal Control Theory With Applications in Economics, in Interfaces, 43, 108-9, 2013.

 

322. G. Segre, Ordinary Geniuses, in www.curledup.com/ordinary_geniuses.htm, 2013.

 

323. R. Khalidi, Brokers of Deceit, in www.curledup.com/brokers_of_deceit.htm, 2013.

 

324. T.J. Foley and J. Sedgwick, Most Wanted, in www.curledup.com/most_wanted.htm, 2013.

 

325. J.K. Brueckner, Lectures on Urban Economics, in Economic Development Quarterly, 27, 260-1, 2013.

 

326. B. Chellaney, Water, Peace, and War, in Choice, 51, 349, 2013.

 

327. J. Bhagwati and A. Panagariya, Why Growth Matters, in Papers in Regional Science, 92, 887-9, 2013.

 

328. W.B. Meyer, The Environmental Advantage of Cities, in Growth and Change, 44, 676-7, 2013.

 

329. R. Fouquet, Handbook on Energy and Climate Change, in Choice, 51, 889, 2014.

 

330. R.W. Kolb, The Natural Gas Revolution, in Choice, 51, 1061, 2014.

 

331. P. Desai, Breaking Out, in www.curledup.com/breaking_out.htm, 2014.

 

332. S.S. Kale, Electrifying India, in Choice, 51, 2237, 2014.

 

333. A. Deaton, The Great Escape, in Growth and Change, 45, 397-8, 2014.

 

334. H.G. Unger, Mr. President, in www.curledup.com/mr_president.htm, 2014.

 

335. J. Dreze and A. Sen, An Uncertain Glory. Forthcoming, Regional Science Policy and Practice.

 

336. L. Lazzeretti, Ed., Creative Industries and Innovation in Europe. Forthcoming, Journal of Cultural Economics.

 

337. C.S. Hendrix and M. Noland, Confronting the Curse. Forthcoming, Choice.

 

338. R.U. Ayres, The Bubble Economy. Forthcoming, Choice.

 

339. T.L. Anderson and G.D. Libecap, Environmental Markets. Forthcoming, Choice.

 

340. D. Eimer, The Emperor Far Away. Forthcoming, Growth and Change.

 

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Miscellaneous and Popular Press Publications

1.  What's New in Trade and the Environment, Briefing Notes in Economics, 5, 1993.

2.  Renewal Theory and Natural Resource Regulatory Policy under Uncertainty: A Corrigendum, (with S.J. Yoo),
     Economics Letters
, 52, 119, 1996.

3.  Upcoming Elections, Letter to the Editor, India Currents, 11, 5, Feb 1998.

4.  Sen's Nobel Prize, Letter to the Editor, (Best Letter Award), India Currents, 12, 4, Dec 1998-Jan 1999.

5.  Corrigendum to Aspects of the Optimal Management of Cyclical Ecological-Economic Systems, Ecological Economics,
     33, 501, 2000.

6.  How to Juggle Global Issues: Environment vs. Economy, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle,
     27 Sep 2000.

7.  The Economics of Land Use, Wilderness Designation, and Resource Regulation in the American West, Briefing Notes
     in Economics
, 49, 2001.

8.  Change Affirmative-Action Policies to Reflect Mainly Income, Not Race, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and
     Chronicle
, 5 Feb 2003.

9.  If Pakistan is an Ally of U.S., it Should Act More Like One, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle,
     10 Feb 2004.

10. Outsourcing: Is it Unambiguously Bad? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 12 Mar 2004.

11. Leveling Costs Worldwide is Not Cure for Drug Prices, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle,
      8 Oct 2004.

12. Only Insurgents Would Win if Iraq Election is Delayed, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle,
      18 Jan 2005.

13. Alien Plants, Animals Threaten our Environment and Economy, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle,
      17 Jun 2005.

14. More Causes than Meet Eye for Textbook Sticker Shock, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle,
      23 Sep 2005.

15. U.S. Must Not Divert Resources from Science to Religion Lessons, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle,
      27 Dec 2005.

16. Are China, India the Next Superpowers? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 10 Feb 2006.

17. Heed Gaps in Cargo Inspection as Well as Who's Running Ports, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle,
      7 Mar 2006.

18. Aid, Intervention: Do They do Any Good? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 9 Jun 2006.

19. Arranged Marriage is Just Click Away on Internet, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, 4 Oct 2006.

20. Best Route Out of Iraq May be Phased Pullout, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, 13 Dec 2006.

21. U.S. Immigration Policy: Which Way Now? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 15 Dec 2006.

22. To Work, Surge Would Need a Million Ruthless Troops, Op-Ed Article, Buffalo News, 3 Mar 2007.

23. U.S. Should Buy Cane-Based Ethanol from Brazil, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, 21 May 2007.

24. Biofuels: What to and Not to Subsidize, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 24 Aug 2007.

25. Pile Up Savings to Dig U.S. Out of the Economic Hole, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle,
      10 Oct 2007.

26. High Oil Prices: It's Not the 70s Over Again, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 7 Dec 2007.

27. Back Free, Fair Pakistan Election, No Matter the Result, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle,
      5 Feb 2008.

28. Send Clinton/McCain Gas-Tax Holiday Idea Packing, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle,
      7 May 2008.

29. To Fight Global Warming, Retool Auto Insurance, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 20 Jun 2008.

30. Should We Back Paulson's $700 Billion Plan? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 26 Sep 2008.

31. Drilling For Oil Will Not Dig U.S. Out of Looming Energy Shortage, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle,
      16 Oct 2008.

32. Push China on Labor Carefully, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, 3 Jan 2009.

33. 'Buy American' Provisions Are Misguided, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 13 Feb 2009.

34. Chrysler, GM, and the Rights of Creditors, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 12 Jun 2009.

35. Is Obama's Compensation 'Czar' a Good Idea? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 31 Jul 2009.

36. Will the U.S. Have to Raise Taxes? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, 13 Dec 2009.

37. What's So Wrong With Using Reconciliation? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 19 Mar 2010.

38. China's Currency Policy Hurts U.S., Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, 10 Apr 2010.

39. Is Illegal Immigration's Impact Benign or Malign? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 13 Aug 2010.

40. How to Tackle Rising Soda Consumption, Obesity, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 22 Oct 2010.

41. Fiscal Proposals Worth Debating, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, 20 Nov 2010.

42. Can Biofuel Mandates Achieve Their Objectives? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 14 Jan 2011.

43. Does the U.S. Lose When Foreign Students Go Home? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 4 Mar 2011.

44. We Should Value Economic Diversity in Universities, Op-Ed Article, Buffalo News, 6 Mar 2011.

45. Are Calls to Promote Manufacturing Justified? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 29 Apr 2011.

46. Greece and the Euro: Is it Time for a Divorce? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 10 Jun 2011.

47. The Rising Cost of College: What Can be Done? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 26 Aug 2011.

48. ‘Food Miles’ Mantra Takes Public for a Ride, Op-Ed Article, Albany Times Union, 16 Nov 2011.

49. Is Currency Devaluation by Exiting the Euro Wise? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 6 Jan 2012.

50. Government Must Go Green to Protect the Environment, Op-Ed Article, Buffalo News, 18 Feb 2012.

51. Fighting Global Warming With Both Fists, Op-Ed Article, Ithaca Journal, 21 Apr 2012, Binghamton Press

      and Sun-Bulletin, 22 Apr 2012, and Elmira Star-Gazette, 22 Apr 2012.

 

52. When Less is Smarter Choice, Op-Ed Article, Albany Times Union, 2 May 2012.

 

53. The Creative Class and Economic Growth in Cities, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 18 May 2012.

 

54. Let’s Welcome Entrepreneurs to the United States, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 6 Jul 2012.

 

55. To Alleviate Poverty, Give People Hope, Op-Ed Article, Syracuse Post-Standard, 12 Jul 2012.

 

56. Fuel Taxes Can Fight Climate Change, Op-Ed Article, Binghamton Press and Sun-Bulletin, 7 Aug 2012, Elmira

      Star-Gazette, 7 Aug 2012, and Ithaca Journal, 7 Aug 2012.

 

57. Will China Continue to Grow at a Breakneck Pace? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 19 Oct 2012.

 

58. Is Income Redistribution in the U.S. Excessive? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 16 Nov 2012.

 

59. Studies Show Parental Role is Key to Children’s Success, Op-Ed Article, Buffalo News, 20 Nov 2012.

 

60. Is it Time to Use the ‘Nuclear Option’ in the Senate? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 14 Dec 2012.

 

61. Do Minimum Wage Laws Raise or Lower Employment? Op-Ed Article, Utica Observer-Dispatch, 27 Jan 2013.

 

62. It’s Time to Get Rid of the Nation’s Debt Ceiling, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 1 Feb 2013.

 

63. A Tax on Calories Could Help Make America Healthier, Op-Ed Article, Buffalo News, 3 Mar 2013.

 

64. Are MOOCs the Future of U.S. Higher Education? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 19 Apr 2013.

 

65. ‘Supersizing,’ Marketing Claims May Have Links to Increased Obesity, Op-Ed Article, Binghamton Press and

      Sun-Bulletin, 28 Apr 2013, Elmira Star-Gazette, 28 Apr 2013, and Ithaca Journal, 28 Apr 2013.

 

66. Sustainability or Resilience: Which Should We Seek? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 17 May 2013.

 

67. Connection Between Test Scores, Success in College is Tenuous, Op-Ed Article, Buffalo News, 29 Jun 2013.

 

68. Does Urbanization Hurt or Help the Environment? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 19 Jul 2013.

 

69. What’s Needed for Real Action on Climate Change? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 27 Sep 2013.

 

70. The U.S. Debt: Five Facts We Need to Comprehend, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 8 Nov 2013.

 

71. It Pays to Defer When You Start Collecting Benefits, Op-Ed Article, Buffalo News, 25 Dec 2013.

 

72. It’s Time to Rethink ‘Three Strikes’ and Similar Laws, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 3 Jan 2014.

 

73. If Genetically Modified Foods Are So Bad, Where’s the Proof? Op-Ed Article, Syracuse Post-Standard, 8 Feb 2014.

 

74. The BRICs and the World Economy: Which Way Now? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 28 Mar 2014.

 

75. Does Trade With China Hurt American Workers? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 2 May 2014.

 

76. Virtues of Creative Regions, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, 25 May 2014.

 

77. The Private Benefits of Heavy Vehicles Have Public Costs, Op-Ed Article, Buffalo News, 14 Jun 2014.

 

78. What Would be the Effects of Internet Sales Tax? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 4 Jul 2014.

 

79. How Not to Promote the Use of Hybrid Automobiles, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 15 Aug 2014.

 

80. After Fateful Race, Questions Linger, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, 16 Aug 2014.

 

81. Time to Ask: Is Globalization Once Again in Retreat? Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 31 Oct 2014.

 

82. High Home Costs Hurt U.S. Economy, Op-Ed Article, Rochester Business Journal, 14 Nov 2014.

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GRADUATE COMMITTEES (Chair or Member)


  1.  Yi-Nung Yang, PhD, Department of Economics, Utah State University, 1997. (Member of Committee).

  2.  Ching-Chun Wei, PhD, Department of Economics, Utah State University, 1997. (Member of Committee).

  3.  Qing Xu, PhD, Department of Economics, Utah State University, 2000. (Chair of Committee).

  4.  Marcia Cecilia Ortiz, PhD, Department of Economics, Utah State University, 2002. (Member of Committee).

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RESEARCH GRANTS RECEIVED


  1.  Co-Principal Investigator, Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics Grant, Optimal Use of the Environment: Emerging Issues
       for California, ($9,500), 1993-1994.

  2.   Principal Investigator, Utah Agricultural Experiment Station Grant UTA 024, Atemporal and Intertemporal Use and Management of
        Natural Resources in the Intermountain West, ($50,000), 1996-2000.

  3.  Principal Investigator, Utah State University Faculty Research Grant, An Agenda for the Design and Study of International
       Environmental Agreements, ($14,981), 1996-1997.

  4.  Principal Investigator, Utah State University Faculty Research Grant, A Proposal for the Study of Land Development and Preservation
       Over Time and Under Uncertainty, ($25,000), 1997-1998.

  5.  Principal Investigator, United States Department of Agriculture PREISM Grant, The Regulation of Invasive Species Introduced
       Unintentionally Via Maritime Trade, ($74,000), 2005-2006.

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PRESENTATIONS


1. Prices versus Prices in a Dynamic Game of Pollution Control.
    * Resource Economics Department, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, June 1993.

2. International Pollution Control by a Supra-National Regulator.
    * North American Econometric Society Winter Meeting, Boston, January 1994.

3. Hierarchical Global Pollution Control in Uncorrelated Environments.
    * Resources for the Future, January 1994.
    * Economics Department, University of Toronto, January 1994.
    * Economics Department, University of Guelph, February 1994.

4. Hierarchical Global Pollution Control in Perfectly Correlated Environments.
    * Soil and Environmental Sciences Department, University of California at Riverside, February 1994.
    * Environmental Studies Program, Dartmouth College, February 1994.

5. Prices versus Quantities in Environmental Economics.
    * Economics Department, Bucknell University, February 1994.
    * Economics Department, Rochester Institute of Technology, March 2000.

6. Developing Countries and Environmental Protection: A Design Approach.
    * Economics and Finance Department, University of Dayton, February 1995.
    * Food and Resource Economics Department, University of Florida, February 1995.
    * Economics Department, College of William and Mary, February 1995.
    * Economics Department, Utah State University, February 1995.
    * Research Triangle Institute, Research Triangle Park, February 1995.

7.  Renewal Theory and Natural Resource Regulatory Policy Under Uncertainty.
     * SRIEG 70 Annual Meeting, Gulf Shores, Alabama, March 1996.

8.  On the Design of Limited Liability International Environmental Agreements for Developing Countries.
     * North American Econometric Society Summer Meeting, Iowa City, June 1996.

9.  On the Design of First Best Rural Wage Contracts in Perfectly Correlated Agrarian Environments.
     * WEA Annual Conference, San Francisco, July 1996.

10.  Developing Countries and Environmental Protection: The Effects of Budget Balance and Pollution Ceiling
       Constraints.
       * South and South East Asian Econometric Society Winter Meeting, New Delhi, India, December 1996.
       * Economics Department, Brigham Young University, February 1997.
       * EAERE Annual Conference, Tilburg, The Netherlands, June 1997.

11.  An Optimal Stopping Approach to Land Development Under Uncertainty.
       * SRIEG 70 Annual Meeting, Gulf Shores, Alabama, March 1997.

12.  Environmental Policy in Developing Countries: A Dynamic Analysis.
       * WEA Annual Conference, Seattle, July 1997.

13.  A Theoretical Analysis of Persistence, Resilience, and the Conservation of Keystone Species.
       * Economics Department, Utah State University, October 1997.
       * Economics Department, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, February 1998.

14.  The Effects of Collusion and Limited Liability on the Design of International Environmental Agreements for
       Developing Countries.
       * Public Choice Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, March 1998.

15.  On Species Substitutability, Resilience, and the Optimal Management of Ecological-Economic Systems.
       * SRIEG 70 Annual Meeting, Gulf Shores, Alabama, March 1998.
       * Economics Department, Utah State University, April 1998.

16.  A Dynamic Analysis of Environmental Policy in Developing Countries in the Presence of a Domestic Distortion, (with
       H. Beladi).
       * 1st World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, Venice, Italy, June 1998.
       * ISEE Biennial Meeting, Santiago, Chile, November 1998.

17.  On the Design of International Environmental Agreements for Identical and Heterogeneous Developing Countries.
       * 1st World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, Venice, Italy, June 1998.
       * Economics Department, University of Utah, October 1998.
       * Agricultural and Resource Economics Department, University of Arizona, February 1999.

18.  An Analysis of Persistence, Resilience, and the Conservation of Keystone Species.
       * ISEE Biennial Meeting, Santiago, Chile, November 1998.
       * EAERE Annual Conference, Oslo, Norway, June 1999.

19.   The Stability of Stochastic Systems: The Case of Persistence and Resilience, (with H. Beladi).
        * SRIEG 70 Annual Meeting, Gulf Shores, Alabama, March 1999.

20.   Time Restrictions in Natural Resource Management: A Dynamic and Stochastic Analysis, (with H. Beladi).
        * Economics Department, Utah State University, November 1999.
        * Industrial Mathematics Program, Utah State University, January 2000.
        * Fisheries and Wildlife Department, Utah State University, February 2000.
        * Humanities and Social Sciences Department, New Jersey Institute of Technology, February 2000.
        * SERA-IEG 31 Annual Meeting, Gulf Shores, Alabama, March 2000.
        * ISEE Biennial Meeting, Canberra, Australia, July 2000.
        * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Tokyo, Japan, October 2000.
        * Mathematics and Statistics Department, Rochester Institute of Technology, January 2001.
        * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Philadelphia, November 2003.

21.   On the Choice Between the Stocking Rate and Time in Range Management, (with B. Biswas and E.B. Godfrey).
        * Rangeland Resources Department, Utah State University, February 2000.
        * Economics Department, Utah State University, March 2000.
        * Applied Economics and Management Department, Cornell University, October 2000.
        * EAERE Annual Conference, Southampton, UK, June 2001.
        * AAEA Annual Meeting, Chicago, August 2001.

22.   A Bertrand Model of Trade and Environmental Policy in an Open Economy, (with Q. Xu).
        * ISEE Biennial Meeting, Canberra, Australia, July 2000.

23.    A Dynamic Analysis of Protection and Environmental Policy in a Small Trading Developing Country, (with
         H. Beladi).
         * Economics Department, State University of New York at Buffalo, November 2000.
         * IEFS Session at ASSA Meeting, New Orleans, January 2001.
         * Economics Department, Washington and Lee University, March 2001.
         * WTO and World Trade II Conference, University of Washington, April 2001.
         * EAERE Annual Conference, Southampton, UK, June 2001.
         * SEA Annual Conference, Tampa, November 2001.

 24.    Introduction and Overview of the Economics of International Trade and the Environment, (with H. Beladi).
          * WTO and World Trade II Conference, University of Washington, April 2001.

 25.   Designing Collusion-Proof International Environmental Agreements: Developing Countries and Polluting Firms,
         (with H. Beladi).
         * Economics Department, Cornell University, May 2001.
         * Economics Department, University of Rochester, October 2001.
         * SEA Annual Conference, Tampa, November 2001.

 26.   Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for the Equivalence of Economic and Ecological Criteria in Range
         Management.
         * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Kyoto, Japan, October 2001.
         * SEA Annual Conference, Tampa, November 2001.

 27.  Swidden Agriculture in Developing Countries, (with H. Beladi).
        * Economics Department, State University of New York at Albany, November 2001.
        * Economics Department, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, April 2002.
        * IEOR Group, Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai, India, July 2002.
        * USSEE Biennial Conference, Saratoga Springs, May 2003.
        * NEUDC Conference, Yale University, October 2003.

 28.  Alternate Decision Rules, the Flexibility Premium, and Land Development Over Time and Under Uncertainty.
        * SERA-IEG 31 Annual Meeting, Gulf Shores, Alabama, March 2002.
        * NAREA Annual Meeting, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, June 2002.

 29.  A Differential Game Theoretic Analysis of International Trade in Renewable Resources, (with H. Beladi).
        * Economics Department, Cornell University, May 2002.
        * NAREA Annual Meeting, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, June 2002.
        * Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai, India, July 2002.
        * Trade, Renewable Resources, and Biodiversity Workshop, Tilburg University, September 2002.
        * WTO and World Trade IV Conference, University of Washington, September 2002.
        * Economics Department, State University of New York at Binghamton, October 2002.
        * Economics Department, Colgate University, April 2003.
        * USSEE Biennial Conference, Saratoga Springs, May 2003.
        * IEFS Workshop, Central Michigan University, June 2003.
        * Korea Energy Economics Institute, Seoul, South Korea, July 2003.
        * Australasian Econometric Society Meeting, Sydney, Australia, July 2003.
        * School of Economics and Finance, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand, July 2003.
        * Delhi School of Economics, New Delhi, India, July 2004.
        * Planning Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi, India, July 2004.
        * Economics Department, Syracuse University, October 2004.
        * Midwest Economic Theory and International Economics Meeting, Vanderbilt University, April 2005.
        * World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, Kyoto, Japan, July 2006.
        * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada, November 2006.
        * WRSA Annual Meeting, Newport Beach, February 2007.
        * ERSA Congress, Paris, France, August 2007.

 30.   Bid Values and their Role in Land Development Over Time and Under Uncertainty, (with S.J. Yoo).
         * NAREA Workshop, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, June 2002.
         * EEA Annual Conference, New York City, February 2003.

 31.   Renewable Resource Management in Developing Countries: How Long Until Crisis? (with H. Beladi).
         * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Sapporo, Japan, October 2002.
         * EEA Annual Conference, New York City, February 2003.
         * USSEE Biennial Conference, Saratoga Springs, May 2003.
         * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Philadelphia, November 2003.

 32.   A Dynamic and Stochastic Perspective on the Role of Time in Range Management (with B. Biswas and
         E.B. Godfrey).
         * AAEA Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada, July 2003.
         * Applied Economics and Management Department, Cornell University, September 2003.
         * Mathematics and Statistics Department, Rochester Institute of Technology, October 2003.

 33.    Indivisibility and Divisibility in Land Development Decisions Over Time and Under Uncertainty, (with S.J. Yoo).
          * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Okinawa, Japan, November 2003.
          * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Philadelphia, November 2003.
          * EEA Annual Conference, Washington DC, February 2004.
          * CAES-NAREA Annual Meeting, Halifax, Canada, June 2004.
          * AAEA Annual Meeting, Denver, August 2004.

  34.    International Trade and Biological Invasions: A Queuing Theoretic Analysis of the Prevention Problem, (with
           H. Beladi).
           * EEA Annual Conference, Washington DC, February 2004.
           * Economics of Invasive Species Workshop, Fargo, North Dakota, April 2004.
           * Canadian Economics Association Annual Meeting, Ryerson University, June 2004.
           * CAES-NAREA Annual Meeting, Halifax, Canada, June 2004.
           * AAEA Annual Meeting, Denver, August 2004.

  35.    Corruption, Bribery, and Wait Times in the Public Allocation of Goods in Developing Countries, (with S.J. Yoo).
           * Public Choice Society Annual Meeting, Baltimore, March 2004.
           * 75 Years of Development Research Conference, Cornell University, May 2004.
           * Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai, India, July 2004.
           * NEUDC Conference, HEC Montreal, October 2004.
           * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Seattle, November 2004.
           * AIES Session at ASSA Meeting, Philadelphia, January 2005.
           * Mathematics and Statistics Department, Rochester Institute of Technology, January 2005.

  36.    Favoritism in the Public Provision of Goods in Developing Countries, (with P. Nijkamp).
           * Public Choice Society Annual Meeting, Baltimore, March 2004.

  37.    Maritime Trade, Biological Invasions, and the Properties of Alternate Inspection Regimes, (with H. Beladi and
           W.W. Koo).
           * Economics of Invasive Species Workshop, Fargo, North Dakota, April 2004.
           * USDA-PREISM Organizational Meeting, Washington DC, October 2004.
           * ERSA Annual Congress, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, August 2005.

  38.   A Game Theoretic Analysis of Tariffs, Dynamic Inconsistency, Resource Conservation, and Trade.
          * CAES-NAREA Workshop, Halifax, Canada, June 2004.
          * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Tokyo, Japan, September 2004.
          * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Seattle, November 2004.

  39.    An Economist's Perspective on Technology and the Liberal Arts
          * 175th Anniversary Public Lecture, Rochester Institute of Technology, October 2004.

  40.    Endogenizing the Reservation Value in Models of Land Development Over Time and Under Uncertainty, (with
           B. Biswas).
           * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Seattle, November 2004.
           * EEA Annual Conference, New York City, March 2005.
           * SRSA Annual Meeting, Arlington, Virginia, April 2005.
           * NAREA Annual Meeting, Annapolis, June 2005.
           * RSAI British and Irish Section Annual Conference, Stratford, UK, August 2005.
           * ERSA Annual Congress, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, August 2005.

  41.    Alternate Strategies for Managing Resistance to Antibiotics and Pesticides, (with P. Nijkamp).
           * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Seattle, November 2004.
           * EEA Annual Conference, New York City, March 2005.
           * SRSA Annual Meeting, Arlington, Virginia, April 2005.
           * NAREA Annual Meeting, Annapolis, June 2005.
           * RSAI British and Irish Section Annual Conference, Stratford, UK, August 2005
           * ERSA Annual Congress, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, August 2005.

  42.     On Economic Cost Minimization Versus Biological Invasion Damage Control, (with G. DeAngelo and
            S. Kumar).
            * Frontis Economics of Plant Health Workshop, Wageningen, The Netherlands, June 2005.
            * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Tottori, Japan, October 2005.
            * USDA-PREISM Workshop, Washington, DC, October 2005.
            * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Las Vegas, November 2005.

  43.     On Container Versus Time Based Inspection Policies in Invasive Species Management, (with P. Nijkamp).
            * AAEA Annual Meeting, Providence, July 2005.
            * ERSA Annual Congress, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, August 2005.
            * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Tottori, Japan, October 2005.
            * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Las Vegas, November 2005.

   44.    Average Patent Pendency and Examination Errors: A Queuing Theoretic Analysis, (with G. DeAngelo).
            * Midwest Economic Theory and International Economics Meeting, University of Kansas, October 2005.
            * Agricultural and Resource Economics Department, University of Maryland, March 2006.
            * Applied Economics and Management Department, Cornell University, March 2006.
            * International Workshop, Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, May 2006.
            * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada, November 2006.
            * Economics Department, Colgate University, March 2007.

   45.    Trade, the Damage from Alien Species, and the Effects of Protectionism Under Alternate Market Structures, (with
            H. Beladi).
            * Midwest Economic Theory and International Economics Meeting, University of Kansas, October 2005.
            * International Agricultural Trade Research Consortium Annual Meeting, San Diego, December 2005.
            * IEFS Session at ASSA Meeting, Boston, January 2006.
            * WRSA Annual Meeting, Santa Fe, February 2006.
            * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada, November 2006.
            * Economics Department, State University of New York at Binghamton, April 2007.
            * Humanities and Social Sciences Department, Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai, India, August 2007.
            * Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai, India, August 2007.
            * Conference on Mathematical Methods in Counterterrorism, Rochester Institute of Technology, September 2007.
            * Applied Economics and Management Department, Cornell University, March 2008.
            * ERSA Annual Conference, Liverpool, UK, August 2008.
            * Economics Department, Syracuse University, October 2008.
            * Economics Department, Monash University, Clayton, Australia, March 2009.
            * School of Accounting, Economics, and Finance, Deakin University, Burrwood, Australia, March 2009.
            * Midwest Economic Theory and International Economics Meeting, University of Iowa, May 2009.

   46.    An Analysis of Economic Cost Minimization and Biological Invasion Damage Control Using the AWQ Criterion, (with
            G. DeAngelo and S. Kumar).
            * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Las Vegas, November 2005.
            * World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, Kyoto, Japan, July 2006.

    47.    On the Allocation of Commodities by Queuing and the Prevention of Violence.
             * AIES Session at ASSA Meeting, Boston, January 2006.

    48.    Globalization, International Trade, and Education
             * PUCMM/TC3/RIT Partnership 10th Anniversary Celebration, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, March 2006.

    49.    The Infinitesimal, the Deterministic, and the Probabilistic: Alternate Container Inspection Policies in Invasive Species
             Management, (with D.M. Lee).
             * Mathematics and Statistics Department, Rochester Institute of Technology, May 2006.

    50.     Mediator Learning and Dowry Determination in an Arranged Marriage Setting, (with H. Beladi).
              * NEUDC Conference, Cornell University, October 2006.
              * AIES Session at ASSA Meeting, Chicago, January 2007.

    51.     A Dynamic Bertrand Game Model of Trade, Threats, and Export Certification in Alien Species Management, (with
              H. Beladi).
              * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Ichikawa City, Japan, October 2006.
              * SRSA Annual Meeting, Charleston, South Carolina, March 2007.
              * USSEE Biennial Conference, New York City, June 2007.

    52.     Two Aspects of Waste Management from the Viewpoints of a Waste Generator and a Recipient, (with P. Nijkamp).
              * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Ichikawa City, Japan, October 2006.
              * SRSA Annual Meeting, Charleston, South Carolina, March 2007.
              * ERSA Annual Congress, Paris, France, August 2007.

    53.     The Stochastic Arrival of Alien Species and the Number of and the Damage from Biological Invasions, (with
              P. Nijkamp).
              * SRSA Annual Meeting, Charleston, South Carolina, March 2007.
              * ERSA Annual Congress, Paris, France, August 2007.

    54.     The Impact of Innovation on a Polluting Firm's Regulation Driven Decision to Upgrade its Capital Stock, (with
              P. Nijkamp).
              * International Workshop, Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 2007.
              * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Fukuoka, Japan, October 2007.
              * City and Regional Planning Department, Cornell University, October 2007.
              * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Savannah, Georgia, November 2007.
              * WRSA Annual Meeting, Big Island, Hawaii, February 2008.
              * SRSA Annual Meeting, Arlington, Virginia, March 2008.
              * ERSA Annual Conference, Liverpool, UK, August 2008.

    55.     Public Versus Personal Welfare: An Aspect of Environmental Policymaking in Developing Countries.
              * USSEE Biennial Conference, New York City, June 2007.
              * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Savannah, Georgia, November 2007.

    56.     A Probabilistic Analysis of a Scheduling Problem in the Economics of Tourism.
              * ERSA Annual Congress, Paris, France, August 2007.

    57.     A Probabilistic Analysis of Two University Parking Issues, (with P. Nijkamp).
              * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Fukuoka, Japan, October 2007.
              * SRSA Annual Meeting, Arlington, Virginia, March 2008.
              * ERSA Annual Conference, Liverpool, UK, August 2008.

    58.     Bribery and Favoritism in Queuing Models of Rationed Resource Allocation, (with H. Beladi).
              * AIES Session at ASSA Meeting, New Orleans, January 2008.

    59.     Optimal Resource Management in the Presence of a Deleterious Alien Species: A Stochastic Model for an Orchard,
              (with P. Nijkamp).
              * SRSA Annual Meeting, Arlington, Virginia, March 2008.
              * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Hakodate, Japan, October 2008.
              * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, New York City, November 2008.

    60.     Richard Florida's Creative Capital in a Trading Regional Economy: A Theoretical Investigation, (with P. Nijkamp).
              * International Workshop, Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July 2008.
              * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Hakodate, Japan, October 2008.
              * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, New York City, November 2008.
              * EEA Annual Conference, New York City, February 2009.
              * School of Accounting, Economics, and Finance, Deakin University, Geelong, Australia, March 2009.

    61.     Rangeland Management Using Cell Grazing: A Dynamic and Stochastic Analysis of the Optimal Temporal Control.
              * ERSA Annual Conference, Liverpool, UK, August 2008.

    62.     China, India, and the USA, Productivity and Wages, and a Simple Model of Outsourcing.

              * Introduction to Honors Engineering Lecture, Rochester Institute of Technology, November 2009.

              * Introduction to Honors Engineering Lecture, Rochester Institute of Technology, November 2010.

              * Introduction to Honors Engineering Lecture, Rochester Institute of Technology, November 2011.

              * Introduction to Honors Engineering Lecture, Rochester Institute of Technology, November 2012.

              * Introduction to Honors Engineering Lecture, Rochester Institute of Technology, November 2013.

              * Introduction to Honors Engineering Lecture, Rochester Institute of Technology, November 2014.

    63.     A Theoretical Analysis of Income Tax Evasion, Optimal Auditing, and Credibility in Developing Countries, (with
              H. Beladi).
              * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, New York City, November 2008.
              * AIEFS Session at ASSA Meeting, San Francisco, January 2009.
              * EEA Annual Conference, New York City, February 2009.

    64.     A Model of Microfinance With Adverse Selection, Loan Default, and Self-Financing, (with H. Beladi).
              * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, New York City, November 2008.
              * AIEFS Session at ASSA Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, January 2010.

    65.     Asymmetric Information, Entrepreneurial Activity, and the Scope of Fiscal Policy in an Open Regional Economy,
              (with P. Nijkamp).
              * International Workshop, Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 2009.
              * Planning Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi, India, July 2009.
              * Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai, India, July 2009.
              * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Hiroshima, Japan, October 2009.
              * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, San Francisco, November 2009.
              * Food and Resource Economics Department, University of Florida, March 2010.
              * AIEFS Session at ASSA Meeting, Denver, Colorado, January 2011.

     66.     An Approach to the Management of Orchards That Are Vulnerable to Attack by Invasive Species, (with
               C.D. Lominac).
              * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Hiroshima, Japan, October 2009.
              * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, San Francisco, November 2009.

 

     67.     The Problem of Invasive Species and Public Policy

              * Economics and Public Policy Undergraduate Research Conference, Rochester Institute of Technology, April 2009.

              * Genesee Yacht Club, Rochester, New York, October 2014.

     68.     The Impact of Neutral and Non-Neutral Productivity Growth on Creative Capital in a Trading Regional Economy,
               (with P. Nijkamp).
              * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, San Francisco, November 2009.
              * SRSA Annual Meeting, Arlington, Virginia, March 2010.
              * City and Regional Planning Department, Cornell University, September 2010.
              * NYSEA Annual Conference, Rochester Institute of Technology, September 2010.

     69.     The Effects of Collateralizable Income and Debt Overhang on Entrepreneurial Investment in an Open Regional Economy,
               (with H. Beladi).
              * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, San Francisco, November 2009.
              * SRSA Annual Meeting, Arlington, Virginia, March 2010.
              * Multidisciplinary Decision Science Symposium, Singapore, August 2010.
              * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado, November 2010.

     70.    A Schumpeterian Model of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Regional Economic Growth, (with P. Nijkamp).
              * International Workshop, Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, May 2010.
              * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Tokyo, Japan, October 2010.
              * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado, November 2010.

              * EEA Annual Conference, New York City, February 2011.

              * SRSA Annual Meeting, New Orleans, March 2011.

             

     71.    On Automobile Repairs and the Provision of Loaner Vehicles by Dealers.
              * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Tokyo, Japan, October 2010.
              * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado, November 2010.

 

     72.    Goods Allocation by Queuing and the Occurrence of Violence: A Probabilistic Analysis, (with G.J. DeAngelo).

              * SRSA Annual Meeting, New Orleans, March 2011.

              * School of Mathematical Sciences, Rochester Institute of Technology, May 2011.

              * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Wakayama, Japan, October 2011.

              * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Miami, Florida, November 2011.

              * AIEFS Session at ASSA Meeting, Chicago, January 2012.

 

     73.    Human Capital Use, Innovation, Patent Protection, and Economic Growth in Multiple Regions, (with P. Nijkamp).

             * International Workshop, Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, May 2011.

             * Delhi School of Economics, New Delhi, India, August 2011.

             * Planning Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi, India, August 2011.

             * Humanities and Social Sciences Department, Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai, India, August 2011.

             * Economics Department, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, September 2011.

             * NYSEA Annual Conference, Rochester Institute of Technology, September 2011.

             * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Wakayama, Japan, October 2011.

             * Economics Department, Colgate University, November 2011.

             * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Miami, Florida, November 2011.

             * RSAI World Congress, Timisoara, Romania, May 2012.

 

     74.    A Multi-Region Model of Economic Growth With Human Capital and Negative Externalities in Innovation, (with

              P. Nijkamp).

             * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Miami, Florida, November 2011.

             * SRSA Annual Meeting, Charlotte, North Carolina, March 2012.

             * RSAI World Congress, Timisoara, Romania, May 2012.

             * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Tokyo, Japan, October 2012.

             * AIEFS Session at ASSA Meeting, San Diego, California, January 2013.

 

     75.   The Creative Class, its Preferences, and Unbalanced Growth in an Urban Economy, (with P. Nijkamp).

             * Complex City Workshop, Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, December 2011.

             * SRSA Annual Meeting, Charlotte, North Carolina, March 2012.

             * RSAI World Congress, Timisoara, Romania, May 2012.

             * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada, November 2012.

 

     76.   Biodiversity Prospecting Over Time and Under Uncertainty: A Theory of Sorts, (with P. Nijkamp).

             * Golisano Institute for Sustainability, Rochester Institute of Technology, February 2012.

             * ERSA Annual Congress, St. Petersburg, Russia, August 2014.

 

     77.   Positive and Negative Externalities in Innovation, Trade, and Regional Economic Growth, (with P. Nijkamp).

             * International Workshop, Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, May 2012.

             * City and Regional Planning Department, Cornell University, September 2012.

             * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Tokyo, Japan, October 2012.

             * Economics Department, Binghamton University, October 2012.

             * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada, November 2012.

             * SRSA Annual Meeting, Arlington, Virginia, April 2013.

             * MCRSA Annual Conference, Kansas City, Missouri, May 2013.

             * AIEFS Biennial Conference, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai, India, August 2013.

             * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2013.

      78.   Human Capital, Knowledge Spillovers, and One Kind of Semi-Endogenous Regional Economic Growth, (with

              H. Beladi).

             * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada, November 2012.

             * SRSA Annual Meeting, Arlington, Virginia, April 2013.

      79.   Ought a Green Citizen to Bicycle or Take Public Transport to Work? (with P. Nijkamp).

              * Golisano Institute for Sustainability, Rochester Institute of Technology, March 2013.

              * SRSA Annual Meeting, Arlington, Virginia, April 2013.

              * School of Mathematical Sciences, Rochester Institute of Technology, April 2013.

 

      80.   Innovation, Decentralization, and Planning in a Multi-Region Model of Schumpeterian Economic Growth, (with

              P. Nijkamp).

              * International Workshop, Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, May 2013.

              * MCRSA Annual Conference, Kansas City, Missouri, May 2013.

              * AIEFS Biennial Conference, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai, India, August 2013.

              * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Tokushima, Japan, October 2013.

              * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2013.

              * AIEFS Session at ASSA Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 2014.

              * SRSA Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, March 2014.

              * ERSA Annual Congress, St. Petersburg, Russia, August 2014.

              * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Bethesda, Maryland, November 2014.

 

      81.   Sustainability or Resilience: Which Should We Seek?

              * Sustainable Urban Development International Symposium, Rochester Institute of Technology, October 2013.

              * World Social Science Forum, Montreal, Canada, October 2013.

 

      82.   Technology, Learning, and Long Run Economic Growth in Leading and Lagging Regions, (with P. Nijkamp).

              * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Tokushima, Japan, October 2013.

              * SRSA Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, March 2014.

              * ERSA Annual Congress, St. Petersburg, Russia, August 2014.

 

      83.   Our National Debt and the Debt Ceiling: A Contemporary Perspective

              * Liberty Hill Breakfast Series, Rochester Institute of Technology, October 2013.

              * Rotary Club, Rochester, New York, November 2013.

 

      84.   A Model of Trade Between Creative Regions in the Presence of Sector Specific Learning by Doing, (with H. Beladi).

              * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2013.

 

      85.   Digital Technologies, Knowledge Spillovers, Innovation Policies, and Economic Growth in a Creative Region, (with

              P. Nijkamp).

              * International Workshop, Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, May 2014.

              * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Kashiwa, Japan, October 2014.

              * Economics Department, State University of New York at Albany, October 2014.

              * Economics Department, Union College, October 2014.

              * RSAI NARSC Annual Conference, Bethesda, Maryland, November 2014.

 

      86.   Aspects of the Accumulation of Creative Capital in a Regional Economy, (with H. Beladi).

              * RSAI Japan Section Annual Meeting, Kashiwa, Japan, October 2014.

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PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES


Editorial Council, Review of Development Economics, 1998-

Book Review Editor, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 2000-2009.

Associate Editor, Journal of Regional Science, 2000-

Editorial Board, Asian-African Journal of Economics and Econometrics, 2003-2008.

Editorial Board, Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences, 2009.

Editor-in-Chief, Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences, 2009-

Editorial Board, International Regional Science Review, 2010-

Section Editor, Environmental and Natural Resources, Handbook of Regional Science, Springer, 2013.

 

Editorial Board, Springer Monograph Series, New Frontiers in Regional Sciences: Asian Perspectives, 2013-

 

Reviewer for:
Agricultural and Resource Economics Review

Agricultural Economics
Agriculture and Human Values
American Journal of Agricultural Economics
American Political Science Review
Annals of Regional Science

Annals of Tourism Research
Applied Economics

Applied Mathematical Modelling
Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics

Canadian Journal of Economics
Conservation Biology
Development Policy Review

Ecological Economics
Ecological Economics Bulletin
Ecology and Society

Economic Development Quarterly

Economics of Innovation and New Technology
Environment and Development Economics
Environmental and Resource Economics
European Journal of Operational Research
Food Policy

Growth and Change
India Currents
Indian Economic Review

International Regional Science Review
International Review of Economics and Finance
Italian Journal of Regional Science
Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics
Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics
Journal of Asian Economics
Journal of Asian Studies

Journal of Banking and Finance

Journal of Cultural Economics
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management
Journal of Environmental Management

Journal of Geographical Systems
Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics
Journal of Regional Science
Journal of the American Planning Association

Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists
Kyklos
Land Economics
Marine Resource Economics
Mathematical and Computer Modelling
Natural Resource Modeling

Networks and Spatial Economics
Oxford Economic Papers
Papers in Regional Science

Rangeland Ecology and Management
Rangelands
Resource and Energy Economics
Review of Development Economics
Review of Economic Studies
Review of International Economics
Review of Social Economy
Southern Economic Journal

Spatial Economic Analysis
Structural Change and Economic Dynamics
Tourism Management

Transportation Research Part A
American Agricultural Economics Association 1999, 2001 Annual Meetings Selected Papers
CRC Press, Oxford University Press

European Research Council
Research Grants Council of Hong Kong
United States Department of Agriculture
United States National Science Foundation

Member of the American Agricultural Economics Association Outstanding MS Thesis Award Committee, 1999, 2001, 2002.

External Evaluator for Promotion and Tenure in Binghamton University, Gettysburg College, Israel Institute of Technology,

Seattle University, Texas State University, University of Texas at San Antonio, and Utah State University.

 

Member of American Economic Association (AEA), Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA), Association of
Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE), Regional Science Association International (RSAI), Life Member of International

Economics and Finance Society (IEFS), and Life Member of the Association of Indian Economic and Financial Studies (AIEFS).

Consultant to the Worldmark Group, Inc., Dallas, TX 75380-3555.

President, Association of Indian Economic and Financial Studies (AIEFS), 2011-2015.

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MEDIA MENTIONS

Magazines and Newspapers

1.
  India Today International, "Signposts," 24 Jul 2000.
2.  New York Times, "Kodak Switches to Business Focus," 8 Sep 2003.
3.  International Herald Tribune, "Kodak Seeks Future in a Post-Film World," 9 Sep 2003.
4.  Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Raising Taxes the Big Divide," 25 Oct 2003.
5.  Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "RIT Professor's Work Honored," 2 Jan 2004.
6.  India Today International, "Bagged in Style," 12 Jan 2004.
7.  Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "World Policies Hit Home," 25 Jan 2004.
8.  Rochester Business Journal, "After 10 Years, NAFTA Fans, Foes Still Trading Shots on Deal's Impact," 13 Feb 2004.
9.  Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Some Hard Times in 3 Family Tales," 9 May 2004.
10. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "High-Speed Ferry," 1 Nov 2004.
11. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Mayor Calls Saving Ferry Urgent," 19 Nov 2004.
12. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Ferry's Bucking Tide of History," 23 Jan 2005.
13. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Some Welcome Passport Rule," 8 Apr 2005.
14. Rochester Business Journal, "Government Steps Up Enforcement of Export Laws," 13 May 2005.
15. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Ferry on Course to Leave its Rocky First Year Behind," 16 Jul 2005.
16. Rochester Business Journal, "Cultural Fetes Lure Out-of-Towners, Boost Business," 19 Aug 2005.
17. Attleboro-North Attleboro Sun Chronicle, "A Nation in Crisis," 11 Sep 2005.
18. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Ferry Likely to Alter Marketing, Pricing," 15 Nov 2005.
19. Industry Week, "Hot! Hot! Hot! Global Siting's Hottest Locations," 1 Jan 2006.
20. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Neighbor Notes," 8 Mar 2006.
21. Canandaigua Daily Messenger, "Most Workers See Glass as Half-Empty," 14 May 2006.
22. New York Daily News, "East and West May be a Match Made in Heaven," 27 Aug 2006.
23. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Matchmaking 101: Cut Quickly to the Betrothal," 9 Sep 2006.
24. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Spending in December Rises in U.S.," 13 Jan 2007.
25. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "N.Y. Consumers' Confidence Up," 18 Jan 2007.
26. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Consumer Confidence in State Still on the Rise," 6 Feb 2007.
27. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "N.Y. Economic Growth Surprisingly Vigorous," 8 Jun 2007.
28. Hartford Courant, "Love Will Follow," 28 Jul 2007.
29. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Consumers Catch the Blues in July," 2 Aug 2007.
30. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "N.Y. Consumers' Confidence Sinks," 6 Sep 2007.
31. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Kodak to Dole Out $32.5M in Bonuses," 1 Feb 2008.
32. Minneapolis-St.Paul Star Tribune, "Not in an Arranged Marriage? (Are you Sure?)," 10 Feb 2008.
33. Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune, "Myths and Facts About Arranged Marriages," 10 Feb 2008.
34. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Rochester Economy Not a Reason to Panic Just Yet," 9 Mar 2008.
35. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Local House Sales Tumble," 15 Mar 2008.
36. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Are Jobless Rate Up in Feb.," 28 Mar 2008.
37. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Pump Prices Have Us Over a Barrel," 10 Apr 2008.
38. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Betting on Bargain Hunters," 20 Apr 2008.
39. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "A Salesman for Rochester," 11 May 2008.
40. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "N.Y. Smoking Tax Tops in U.S.," 3 Jun 2008.
41. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Home Sales Down From '07," 14 Jun 2008.
42. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Rochester-Area Residents Turn to Gardening as Food Costs Rise," 8 Jul 2008.
43. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Home Sales Fall Again," 19 Jul 2008.
44. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "First-Time Home Buyers to Get Upfront Tax Breaks," 1 Aug 2008.
45. The Guardian, "Love by Numbers," 9 Aug 2008.
46. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Decline in Home Sales Slows," 16 Aug 2008.
47. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "U.S. Jobless Rate Leaps," 6 Sep 2008.
48. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Federal Mortgage Bailout Applauded," 9 Sep 2008.
49. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Area Buyers Take Another Look at Trucks in August," 17 Sep 2008.
50. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Area Existing Home Sales Fall 23%," 20 Sep 2008.
51. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "What We Are Worrying About," 12 Oct 2008.
52. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Home Market 'Stable' in Area," 18 Oct 2008.
53. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Ebbing Oil Cost Lessens Misery," 19 Oct 2008.
54. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Candidates Vague on Local Issue: Senior Care," 31 Oct 2008.
55. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Area Home Values Rise," 15 Nov 2008.
56. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Federal Funding on Rise," 23 Nov 2008.
57. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Recession Officially Started a Year Ago," 2 Dec 2008.
58. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Big Chill in Home Sales in November," 13 Dec 2008.
59. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Household Incomes Declining in County," 28 Dec 2008.
60. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Local Leaders Hope for Better Economy in New Year," 28 Dec 2008.
61. Black Enterprise, "Change in Your Pocket?" Jan 2009.
62. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Mortgage Rate at Record Low," 17 Jan 2009.
63. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Bergmann Associates Thriving in Hard Times," 10 Feb 2009.
64. Helsingin Sanomat, "Talouskriisi Ravistelee Yhdysvaltain ja Kiinan Tiivista Riippuvuussuhdetta," (in Finnish), 12 Feb 2009.
65. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Mortgage Interest Plan Riles Realtors," 28 Feb 2009.
66. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Seasonal Hiring Eases Jobless Rate," 17 Apr 2009.
67. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Low Interest Rates and Tax Credit for First-Time Buyers Have Properties Moving More
      Quickly," 26 Apr 2009.
68. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Area Home Prices Fell Only Slightly in 2008," 27 May 2009.
69. Capital Style, "Modern-Day Arrangement," Summer 2009.
70. Baltimore Sun, "A New Generation of Arranged Marriage," 18 Jun 2009.
71. Baltimore Sun, "First Comes Marriage, Then...," 19 Jun 2009.
72. Fresno Bee, "Higher Fuel Costs May be Stalling Recovery," 23 Jun 2009.
73. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Home Sales Dip Nearly 14% From 2008," 25 Jul 2009.
74. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Incomes Show Progress," 22 Sep 2009.
75. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Gasoline Prices Rise as Holidays Close In," 31 Oct 2009.
76. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Higher Energy Demand Fuels Rise in Price of Gas," 24 Nov 2009.
77. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Regional Housing Sales Soar in Late '09," 16 Jan 2010.
78. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Even Rochester Businesses Are Affected by EU's Fiscal Crisis," 21 Feb 2010.
79. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Legislation Targets China's Trade Advantage," 1 Apr 2010.
80. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Home Sales Paint Brighter Picture," 24 Apr 2010.
81. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Home Sales Heated in May," 19 Jun 2010.
82. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Home Sales Up But Slowdown to Come," 24 Jul 2010.
83. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Wallet Still Thin? Region Slogging Ahead," 25 Jul 2010.
84. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Disenchantment With N.Y. Economy," 17 Oct 2010.
85. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Sales of Existing Homes Plummet," 23 Oct 2010.
86. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Paladino's Gaffes, Lack of Focus Cost Him at the End," 6 Nov 2010.
87. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Beyond City Limits: Suburban Poverty," 28 Nov 2010.
88. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Hiring in the Private Sector Grows," 17 Dec 2010.

89. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “Price is Right,” 1 May 2011.

90. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “Buyers Can Afford to be Choosy, Agents Say,” 1 May 2011.

91. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “Lacking a Spark, Area Home Sales Fizzle,” 23 Jul 2011.

92. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “Debt Debate Creates Local Worries,” 27 Jul 2011.

93. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “Low Interest Rates Spur Sales in Region,” 22 Oct 2011.

94. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “Cashing in Long Term,” 7 Nov 2011.

95. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “Home Sales on Upswing,” 21 Jan 2012.

96. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “Spring Comes Early for Housing Market,” 25 Mar 2012.

97. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “Local Home Sales Pick Up the Pace,” 21 Jul 2012.

98. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “What if Unemployment Doesn’t Improve---Ever?” 26 Aug 2012.

99. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “Commutes Both Long and Short on the Rise in Monroe County,” 19 Sep 2012.

100. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “Area Home Sales, Prices Increase,” 20 Oct 2012.

101. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “Keeping Job Creators Here,” 18 Nov 2012.

102. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “Powerball Not as Big Here,” 28 Nov 2012.

103. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “Tree Farms Rallying From Steep Decline,” 1 Dec 2012.

104. Rochester City Newspaper, “Degrees of Debt,” 13 Feb 2013.

105. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “For Some Seniors, the Rat Race Still Beckons,” 18 Mar 2013.

106. Henrietta Post, “Amitrajeet A. Batabyal Receives Mattei Dogan Foundation Prize,” 24 Apr 2013.

107. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “Going Fast,” 19 May 2013.

108. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “Inventory Shortage Slows Home Sales,” 20 Jul 2013.

109. Rochester Business Journal, “Trade Benefits Not Lost on Local Firms,” 26 Jul 2013.

110. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “Car Sales on Track,” 18 Jan 2014.

111. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “RIT Prof: Invasive Species Threaten,” 27 Jan 2014.

112. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “Region’s Jobless Rate Falls to 7%,” 12 Mar 2014.

113. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “Rochester Market Favoring Home Sellers,” 18 May 2014.

114. Rochester Business Journal, “RBJ 75: Predicting Fastest-Growing Sectors is Difficult,” 25 Jul 2014.

115. Rochester Business Journal, “A Time for Temps,” 24 Oct 2014.

Internet

1.
  http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/salary-articles-can_president_elect_obama_boost_your_salary-25
, "Can President-Elect Obama
    Boost Your Salary?" 24 Nov 2008.

2.  http://www.ourblook.com/China/Amit-Batabyal-on-U.S.-China-Relations.html, "Amit Batabyal on U.S.-China
     Relations," 8 Dec 2010.

3. http://www.upi.com/Top_News/Special/2011/07/26/The-future-of-Greece-remains-uncertain/UPI-21911311716420/,

    “The Future of Greece Remains Uncertain,” 26 Jul 2011.

Radio

1.
  WHAM 1180 AM Rochester, “Western New York Business Report,” 20 Sep 2005.
2.  WHAM 1180 AM Rochester, “Western New York Business Report,” 17 Jul 2007.
3.  WHAM 1180 AM Rochester, "Western New York Business Report," 24 Jan 2008.
4.  WHAM 1180 AM Rochester, "Western New York Business Report," 17 Mar 2008.
5.  WHAM 1180 AM Rochester, "Western New York Business Report," 21 May 2008.
6.  WHAM 1180 AM Rochester, "Western New York Business Report," 15 Jul 2008.
7.  WHAM 1180 AM Rochester, "Western New York Business Report," 2 Oct 2008.
8.  WHAM 1180 AM Rochester, "Western New York Business Report," 6 Feb 2009.
9.  WHAM 1180 AM Rochester, "Western New York Business Report," 8 May 2009.
10. WHAM 1180 AM Rochester, "Western New York Business Report," 2 Oct 2009.
11. WHAM 1180 AM Rochester, "Western New York Business Report," 6 Nov 2009.
12. WHAM 1180 AM Rochester, "Western New York Business Report," 7 May 2010.
13. WHAM 1180 AM Rochester, "Western New York Business Report," 3 Sep 2010.
14. WXXI 1370 AM Rochester, "Perspectives with Curt Smith," 4 Dec 2010.
15. WHAM 1180 AM Rochester, "Western New York Business Report," 7 Jan 2011.

16. WHAM 1180 AM Rochester, “Western New York Business Report,” 14 Mar 2011.

17. WHAM 1180 AM Rochester, “Western New York Business Report,” 3 Jun 2011.

18. WHAM 1180 AM Rochester, “Western New York Business Report,” 3 Feb 2012.

19. WHAM 1180 AM Rochester, “Western New York Business Report,” 1 Jun 2012.

20. WHAM 1180 AM Rochester, “Western New York Business Report,” 3 Aug 2012.

21. WHAM 1180 AM Rochester, “Western New York Business Report,” 5 Apr 2013.

22. WHAM 1180 AM Rochester, “Western New York Business Report,” 20 Jan 2014.

23. WXXI 1370 AM Rochester, “Connections with Evan Dawson,” 7 Aug 2014.

24. WXXI 1370 AM Rochester, “Connections with Evan Dawson,” 8 Oct 2014.

25. WXXI 1370 AM Morning News, 27 Oct 2014.

Television

1.
   NBC Rochester, Evening News, Channel 10, 8 May 2003.
2.   PBS Rochester, "Need to Know," Channel 11, 30 Jan 2004.
3.   PBS Rochester, "Need to Know," Channel 11, 5 Mar 2004.
4.   Fox Rochester, Evening News, Channel 31, 9 Aug 2004.
5.   Fox Rochester, Evening News, Channel 31, 27 Sep 2004.
6.   PBS Rochester, "Need to Know," Channel 11, 22 Oct 2004.
7.   CBS Rochester, Evening News, Channel 8, 9 Dec 2004.
8.   ABC Rochester, Evening News, Channel 13, 15 Dec 2004.
9.   R News, Weekend Morning News, Channel 9, 30 Jan 2005.
10. NBC Rochester, Nightly News, Channel 10, 7 Feb 2005.
11. NBC Rochester, Evening News, Channel 10, 13 Apr 2006.
12. R News, Daily Evening News, Channel 9, 2 Oct 2006.
13. Fox Rochester, News at 10pm, Channel 31, 5 Mar 2008.
14. CBS Rochester, Nightly News, Channel 8, 5 Mar 2008.
15. R News, Daily Evening News, Channel 9, 2 Apr 2008.
16. ABC Rochester, News at 11pm, Channel 13, 30 Jul 2008.
17. R News, Daily Evening News, Channel 9, 1 Sep 2008.
18. NBC Rochester, Evening News, Channel 10, 16 Oct 2008.
19. ABC Rochester, News at 6pm, Channel 13, 14 Nov 2008.
20. CBS Rochester, Evening News, Channel 8, 9 Feb 2009.
21. NBC Rochester, Evening News, Channel 10, 3 Mar 2009.
22. ABC Rochester, Evening News, Channel 13, 13 Oct 2009.
23. ABC Rochester, Evening News, Channel 13, 9 Feb 2010.

24. ABC Rochester, Nightly News, Channel 13, 2 Dec 2011.

25. ABC Rochester, Evening News, Channel 13, 2 Feb 2012.


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SKILLS

Programming (BASIC).

Word processing packages (MacWrite, Mass-11, ChiWriter, MicrosoftWord, Endnote, WordPerfect).

Statistical and Econometric Packages (Minitab, MicroTSP, Shazam).

Basic ability in French and Marathi, and fluent in Bengali and Hindi.

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