Joshua M. Duke

Department of Economics University of Delaware, Newark, DE, United States 
Environmental Economics, Agricultural Economics
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Duke JM, Bruck J, Barton S, et al. (2016) Public preferences for ecosystem services on exurban landscapes: A case study from the Mid-Atlantic, USA. Heliyon. 2: e00127
Bachman M, Inamdar S, Barton S, et al. (2016) A Comparative Assessment of Runoff Nitrogen from Turf, Forest, Meadow, and Mixed Landuse Watersheds Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 52: 397-408
Fooks JR, Higgins N, Messer KD, et al. (2016) Conserving Spatially Explicit Benefits in Ecosystem Service Markets: Experimental Tests of Network Bonuses and Spatial Targeting American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 98: 468-488
Duke JM, Dundas SJ, Johnston RJ, et al. (2015) The effect of spatial interdependencies on prioritization and payments for environmental services Land Use Policy. 48: 341-350
Gottlieb PD, Schilling BJ, Sullivan K, et al. (2015) Are preserved farms actively engaged in agriculture and conservation? Land Use Policy. 45: 103-116
Fooks JR, Messer KD, Duke JM. (2015) Dynamic entry, reverse auctions, and the purchase of environmental services Land Economics. 91: 57-75
Liu Z, Suter JF, Messer KD, et al. (2014) Strategic entry and externalities in groundwater resources: Evidence from the lab Resource and Energy Economics. 38: 181-197
Duke JM, Dundas SJ, Johnston RJ, et al. (2014) Prioritizing payment for environmental services: Using nonmarket benefits and costs for optimal selection Ecological Economics. 105: 319-329
Li J, Michael HA, Duke JM, et al. (2014) Behavioral response to contamination risk information in a spatially explicit groundwater environment: Experimental evidence Water Resources Research. 50
Duke JM, Dundas SJ, Messer KD. (2013) Cost-effective conservation planning: lessons from economics. Journal of Environmental Management. 125: 126-33
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