Stephen K. Swallow

Environmental & Natural Resources Economics University of Rhode Island, Providence, RI, United States 
Environmental Economics
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Uchida E, Swallow SK, Gold A, et al. (2018) Integrating watershed hydrology and economics to establish a local market for water quality improvement: A field experiment. Ecological Economics : the Journal of the International Society For Ecological Economics. 146: 17-25
Li Z, Anderson CM, Swallow SK. (2016) Uniform price mechanisms for threshold public goods provision with complete information: An experimental investigation Journal of Public Economics. 144: 14-26
Liu P, Swallow SK. (2016) Integrating cobenefits produced with water quality BMPs into credits markets: Conceptualization and experimental illustration for EPRI's Ohio River Basin Trading Water Resources Research. 52: 3387-3407
Jiang Y, Swallow SK. (2015) Providing an ecologically sound community landscape at the urban–rural fringe: a conceptual, integrated model Journal of Land Use Science. 10: 323-341
Kafle A, Swallow SK, Smith EC. (2014) Does Public Funding Affect Preferred Tradeoffs and Crowd-In or Crowd-Out Willingness to Pay? A Watershed Management Case Environmental and Resource Economics. 60: 471-495
Bauer DM, Swallow SK. (2013) Conserving metapopulations in human-altered landscapes at the urban-rural fringe Ecological Economics. 95: 159-170
Newell LW, Swallow SK. (2013) Real-payment choice experiments: Valuing forested wetlands and spatial attributes within a landscape context Ecological Economics. 92: 37-47
Swallow SK. (2013) Demand-side value for ecosystem services and implications for innovative markets: Experimental perspectives on the possibility of private markets for public goods Agricultural and Resource Economics Review. 42: 33-56
Bauer DM, Paton PW, Swallow SK. (2010) Are wetland regulations cost effective for species protection? A case study of amphibian metapopulations. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. 20: 798-815
Bauer DM, Swallow SK, Paton PWC. (2010) Cost-effective species conservation in exurban communities: A spatial analysis Resource and Energy Economics. 32: 180-202
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