|Areas of Research Expertise||
* Development of discreet choice models of the consumption of non-market goods and services (such as the Lake Michigan salmon fishery), with particular attention on the dynamic aspects of choice behavior
* Interaction between socioeconomic and ecological systems with emphasis on the effect of ecological degredation on economic value and development patterns
* Lake management and shoreline development policies
* Dynamics of resource-related decisions
* Measurement of the value of spatially-variable ecosystem goods and services
* Heterogeneous preferences and the value of ecosystem goods and services
|Web Site||Bill Provencher's University Web Page|
|Curriculum Vitae (CV)||Robert Provencher's CV|
|USPTO Published Applications|
Moore R, Provenchar B, Bishop RC, Land Economics 87(1): 45-59 Feb 2011. This article investigates the value of reducing non-point-source pollution in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Moore R, Bishop RC, Provencher B, et al., Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 58 (3): 381-401 Sep 2010.
Provencher, B; Sarakinos, H; Meyer, T, Contemporary Economic Policy 26 (2): 187-197, Apr 2008. The primary conclusions that emerge from the data are that shoreline frontage along small impoundments confers no increase in residential property value compared to frontage along free-flowing streams and that nonfrontage residential property located in the vicinity of a free-flowing stream is more valuable than similar nonfrontage property in the vicinity of a small impoundment.
MacPherson A, Moore R, Provencher B, Agricultural and Economic Resources Review 35 (1): 144-154 2006.
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|E-mail Address||[email protected]|
|Phone Number||(608) 262-9494|
|Current University||UW - Madison|
|Department||Agricultural and Applied Economics|
|Address Line 1||416 Taylor Hall|
|Address Line 2||427 Lorch Street|
|Bachelor's Degree||BS, Cornell University, Natural Resources, 1981|
|Master's Degree||MS, Duke University, Environmental Studies, 1985|
|PhD||PhD, University of California-Davis, Agricultural Economics, 1991|
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