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JOURNAL ARTICLES 2016

Dr. John C. Bernard:

Meadowcroft, Devon, and John C. Bernard,Understanding the Effect of Product Displays on Consumer Choice and Food Waste: A Field Experiment.” (2016.)

Tongzhe Li, John C. Bernard, Zachary A. Johnston, Kent D. Messer and Harry M. Kaiser, Consumer Preferences Before and After a Food Safety Scare: An Experimental Analysis of the 2010 Egg Recall.

Ellison, Brenna, John C. Bernard, Michelle Paukett, and Ulrich C. Toensmeyer. “The Influence of Retail Outlet and FSMA Information on Consumer Perceptions of and Willingness to Pay for Organic Grape Tomatoes.” Journal of Economic Psychology (2016).

John C. Bernard, Katie Gifford, Hikaru Hanawa Peterson, John A. Fox, Lenna K. Schott.  (2016).  Prospects for U.S. Rice in Japanese Retail Markets Under COOL: A Sensory ExperimentJournal of International Food & Agribusiness Marketing 10 March 2016:1-16.  doi.org/10.1080/08974438.2015.1006716

Messer, Kent D., Zachary A. Johnston, John C. Bernard, Harry M. Kaiser, and Tongzhe Li. “How Safety Recalls Affect Consumer Preferences for Eggs: An Experimental Analysis.” (2016).

Dr. Shanshan Ding:

Ding, Shanshan, and R Dennis Cook, “Matrix-Variate Regressions and Envelope Models.” arXiv preprint arXiv:1605.01485, 2016

Dr. Joshua M. Duke:

Duke, Joshua M., Brian J. Schilling, Kevin P. Sullivan, J. Dixon Esseks, Paul D. Gottlieb, and Lori Lynch. 2016. Illiquid Capital: Are Conservation Easement Payments Reinvested in Farms? Applied Economic Perspectives & Policy. doi:10.1093/aepp/ppw016

Duke, Joshua M., Jules Bruck, Susan Barton, Megan Murray, Shreeram Inamdar, and Douglas W. Tallamy. 2016. Public preferences for ecosystem services on exurban landscapes: A case study from the mid-Atlantic, USA. Heliyon 2(7): e00127 (pp1-27). Open access available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.heliyon.2016.e00127.

L Lynch, KD Messer, T Li, JM Duke. 2016.  “Reverse Auctions for Purchases of Ecosystem Services: The Effect of Information on Auction Structure Performance”.  Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware ..

L Lynch, KD Messer, T Li, JM Duke. 2016. “When Does Public Information Undermine the Efficiency of Reverse Auctions for the Purchase of Ecosystem Services?” Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware …

Bachman, Matthew, Shreeram Inamdar, Sue Barton, Joshua M. Duke, Doug Tallamy, Jules Bruck. 2016. A comparative assessment of runoff water quality from turf, forest, meadow, and mixed landuse watersheds. Journal of American Water Resources Association, 52(2):397-408.

Fooks, Jacob, Nate Higgins, Kent D. Messer, Joshua M. Duke, Daniel Hellerstein, and Lori Lynch. 2016. Conserving spatially explicit benefits in ecosystem service markets: Lab and artefactual field tests of network bonuses and spatial targeting. Amer. J. of Agric. Econ. 98(2):468-88.

Dr. Thomas Ilvento:

Watt, Timothy J., Jian J. Duan, Douglas W. Tallamy, Judy Hough-Goldstein, Thomas W. Ilvento, Xin Yue, and Hui Ren. “Reproductive and developmental biology of the emerald ash borer parasitoid Spathius galinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) as affected by temperature.” Biological Control 96 (2016): 1-7.

JB Townsend, TW Ilvento, SS Barton, Exploring the Relationship Between Trees and Human Stress in the Urban Environment. Arboriculture & Urban Forestry, 2016

Dr. Palaniappa Krishnan:

S Manikandan, R Mahalakshmi, P Krishnan, F Yogam,  Growth, structural, optical, thermal and dielectric properties of l-asparagine monohydrate admixtured l-thiomalic acid single crystal:. – Optik-International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, 2016

Dr. Kent D. Messer:

Messer, K. D., Kecinski, M., Liu, Z., Korch, M. A., & Bounds, T. (2016). Military Readiness and Environmental Protection through Cost-effective Land Conservation. Land Economics, 92(3), 433-449 (2016).

Ferraro, Paul J., Kent D. Messer, and William Allen III. “Behavioral nudges in competitive environments: a field experiment examining defaults and social comparisons in a conservation contract auction.” (2016).

Tongzhe Li, John C. Bernard, Zachary A. Johnston, Kent D. Messer and Harry M. Kaiser, Consumer Preferences Before and After a Food Safety Scare: An Experimental Analysis of the 2010 Egg Recall. (2016)

Messer, Kent D., Zachary A. Johnston, John C. Bernard, Harry M. Kaiser, and Tongzhe Li. “How Safety Recalls Affect Consumer Preferences for Eggs: An Experimental Analysis.” (2016).

Kecinski, Maik, and Kent D. Messer. “Social Preferences and Communication as Stigma Mitigation Devices–Evidence from Recycled Drinking Water Experiments.” (2016).

Messer, Kent D., Linda Grand, and William Allen III. “Understanding and Overcoming the Barriers for Cost-Effective Conservation.” (2016).

Kecinski, Maik, Audrey J. Peo, and Kent D. Messer. “Consumer Preferences for the Provision of Water Quality Services by Oysters.” (2016).

Lynch, Lori, Kent D. Messer, Tongzhe Li, and Joshua M. Duke. “When Does Public Information Undermine the Efficiency of Reverse Auctions for the Purchase of Ecosystem Services?” (2016).

Messer, Kent D., Maik Kecinski, Xing Tang, and Robert H. Hirsch. “Multiple-Knapsack Optimization in Land Conservation: Results from the First Cost-effective Conservation Program in the United States.” Land Economics 92, no. 1 (2016): 117-130.

Zarghamee, Homa S., Kent D. Messer, Jacob R. Fooks, William D. Schulze, Shang Wu, and Jubo Yan. “Nudging Charitable Giving: Three Field Experiments.” Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics (2016).

Fooks, Jacob R., Nathaniel Higgins, Kent D. Messer, Joshua M. Duke, Daniel Hellerstein, and Lori Lynch. “Conserving Spatially Explicit Benefits in Ecosystem Service Markets: Experimental Tests of Network Bonuses and Spatial Targeting.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics (2016): aav061.

Miao, Haoran, Jacob Fooks, Todd Guilfoos, Kent Messer, and Soni M. Pradhanang. “The impact of information on behavior under an ambient-based policy for regulating nonpoint source pollution.”

Messer, K. D., W. L. Allen, M. Kecinski, and Y. Chen. “Agricultural preservation professionals’ perceptions and attitudes about cost-effective land selection methods.” Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 71, no. 2 (2016): 148-155.

Lynch, Lori, Kent D. Messer, Tongzhe Li, and Joshua M. Duke. “Reverse Auctions for Purchases of Ecosystem Services: The Effect of Information on Auction Structure Performance.” (2016).

Palm-Forster, Leah H., Jordan F. Suter, and Kent D. Messer. Linking agricultural subsidies and ambient water quality to reduce nutrient loss. No. 235943. Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, 2016.

Messer, Kent D., Linda Grand, and William Allen III. “Understanding and Overcoming the Barriers for Cost-Effective Conservation.” (2016).

Li, Tongzhe, John Bernard, Zachary Johnston, Kent Messer, and Harry Kaiser. Consumer Preferences Before and After a Food Safety Scare: An Experimental Analysis of the 2010 Egg Recall. No. 235438. Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, 2016.

Dr. Jing Qiu:

J Cui, S., Ji., T., Li, J., Chen, J., Qiu. 2016. “What if we ignore the random effects when analyzing RNA-seq data in a multifactor experiment.” Statistical Applications in Genetics and Molecular Biology, 15(2), 87-105.

Wang, H.^, He, Z., Kushwaha, G.^, Xu, D. and Qiu., J.* (2016) A full Bayesian partition model for identifying hypo- and hyper-methylated loci from single nucleotide resolution sequencing data, BMC Bioinformatics 17(Suppl 1):7, 71-83.

Dr. Ulrich C. Toensmeyer:

Ellison, Brenna, John C. Bernard, Michelle Paukett, and Ulrich C. Toensmeyer. “The Influence of Retail Outlet and FSMA Information on Consumer Perceptions of and Willingness to Pay for Organic Grape Tomatoes.” Journal of Economic Psychology (2016).

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES 2015

Dr. John C. Bernard:

Ellison, Brenna, Bernard, John C., Paukett, Michelle, Toensmeyer, Ulrich C.  Are All Organic Labels Treated Equally?  The influence of Retail Outlet on consumer Perceptions of and Willingness to Pay for Organic Tomatoes. 143rd Joint European Association of Agricultural Economists – Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, March 25-27, 2015, Naples Italy (No. 202706).

Bernard, John C., Pesek, John D., Jr., Parish, Amy  (2015).  Potential Farmer Adoption of High Available Phosphorus Corn over a Three-year Period.  Agricultural and Resource Economics Review.  44:214-232.

Schott, Lenna, and John C. Bernard  (2015). Comparing Consumer’s Willingness to Pay for Conventional, Non Certified Organic and Organic Milk from Small and Large Farms.  Journal of Food distribution Research Bernard, J., Boak, C.D., Chambers, R., Davies, G., Davison, P.H., Gapanovich, J.J., Gellie, G.H., Hartley, K.H., Hollyman, K.J., Kidd, D.A. and Leov, N.M., ARTICLES AND NOTES. Notes, 19, p.21.

Dr. Shanshan Ding:

Ding, S. and Cook, R. D.  “Tensor sliced inverse regression.”  Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 133 (2015), 216–231.

Ding, Shanshan, and R. Dennis Cook. “Higher‐order sliced inverse regressions.” Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Computational Statistics 7.4 (2015): 249-257.

Ding, S.  “Tensor Powers of the Defining Representation of $ S_n$”. arXiv preprint arXiv:1508.05433, 2015

Dr. Joshua M. Duke:

Duke, Joshua M., and Ben Attia. 2015. Negotiated solar rights conflict resolution: A comparative institutional analysis of public and private processes.  Journal of Environmental & Sustainability Law 22(1):1-52.

Duke, Joshua M., Steven J. Dundas, Robert J. Johnston, and Kent D. Messer. 2015. The effect of spatial interdependencies on prioritization and payments for environmental services. Land Use Policy. 48:341-350.

Fooks, Jacob R., Kent D. Messer, Joshua M. Duke. 2015. Dynamic entry, reverse auctions, and the purchase of ecosystem services. Land Economics 91(1):57-75.

Gottlieb, Paul D., Brian J. Schilling, Kevin Sullivan, J. Dixon Esseks, Lori Lynch, Joshua M Duke. 2015. Are preserved farms actively engaged in agriculture and conservation? Land Use Policy. 45:103-116.

Egan, Jennifer M., and Joshua M. Duke. 2015. Water quality conflict resolution and agricultural discharges: Lessons from Waterkeeper v. Hudson. William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review 39(3):533-574.

Schilling, Brian J., J. Dixon Esseks, Joshua M. Duke, Paul D. Gottlieb, and Lori Lynch. 2015. The future of preserved farmland: Ownership succession in three mid-Atlantic states. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development. 5(2):129-153.

Dr. Palaniappa Krishnan:

GKP Merline, M Chitra, P Krishnan, “Investigation on the crystal growth and characterization of an organometallic non-linear optical crystal–Antimony potassium tartrate.”  Optik-International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, 2015.

Dr. Kent D. Messer: 

Wu, Shang, Jacob R. Fooks, Kent D. Messer, and Deborah Delaney. “Consumer demand for local honey.” Applied Economics 47, no. 41 (2015): 4377-4394.

Fooks, Jacob R., Kent D. Messer, and Joshua M. Duke. “Dynamic Entry, Reverse Auctions, and the Purchase of Environmental Services.” Land Economics 91.1 (2015): 57-75.

Messer, Kent D., and Allison M. Borchers. “Choice for goods under threat of destruction.” Economics Letters 135 (2015): 137-140.

Messer, Kent D. “Behavioral nudges in competitive environments: a field experiment examining defaults and social comparisons in a conservation contract auction.”

Kecinski, Maik, Kent D. Messer, William D. Schulze, and Deborah Kerley Keisner. “Military Readiness and Environmental Protection Through Cost. effective Land Conservation.” (2015).

Duke, Joshua M., Steven J. Dundas, Robert J. Johnston, and Kent D. Messer. “The effect of spatial interdependencies on prioritization and payments for environmental services.” Land Use Policy 48 (2015): 341-350.

Kecinski, Maik, Kent D. Messer, William D. Schulze, and Deborah Kerley Keisner. “Stigma Mitigation and the Importance of Redundant Treatments.” (2015).

Kecinski, Maik, Kent D. Messer, William D. Schulze, and Deborah Kerley Keisner. “Measuring Stigma: The Behavioral Implications of Disgust.” (2015).

Miao, Haoran, Jacob Fooks, Todd Guilfoos, Kent Messer, and Soni M. Pradhanang. “Jordan Suter5, Simona Trandafir1, Emi Uchida1 Department of Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, University of Rhode Island 2 USDA Economics Research Service.”

Reimer, N., Daniel Ayalew Ali, Klaus Deininger, Mats Andersson, Amy W. Ando, Arild Angelsen, Matthias Baumann et al. “Abbott, Joshua K., Alan C. Haynie, and Matthew.” Land Economics 91 (2015): 784.

Dr. Leah Palm-Forster:

Palm-Forster, Leah Harris, and Frank Lupi. “Using value transfers and functional transfers to estimate welfare loss from Lake Erie beach closures at multiple scales.” 2015 AAEA & WAEA Joint Annual Meeting, July 26-28, San Francisco, California. No. 205654. Agricultural and Applied Economics Association & Western Agricultural Economics Association, 2015.

Palm-Forster, Leah H., Scott M. Swinton, Frank Lupi, and Robert S. Shupp. “Too Burdensome to Bid: Transaction Costs and Pay-for-Performance Conservation.” In 2016 Allied Social Science Association (ASSA) Annual Meeting, January 3-5, 2016, San Francisco, California, no. 212816. Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, 2015.

Palm-Forster, Leah Harris. Cost-effective conservation programs to enhance ecosystem services in agricultural landscapes. Diss. MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY, 2015.

Dr. Jing Qiu:

Franck, W.L., Qiu, J., Lee, H.I., Chang, W.S., Stacey, G. (2015)    DNA microarray-based identification of genes regulated by NtrC in Bradyrhizobium japonicum, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, doi: 10.1128/AEM.00609-15.

Tanaka, K., Cho, S.H., Lee, H., Pham, A. Q., Batek, J. M., Cui, S.^, Qiu, J., Khan, S. M., Joshi, T., Zhang, Z., Xu, D., Stacey, G.,  (2015) Effect of lipo-chitooligosaccharide on early growth of C4 grass seedlings, Journal of Experimental Botany, doi:10.1093/jxb/erv260.   

Dr. Ulrich C. Toensmeyer:

Ellison, Breanna, John Bernard, Michelle Paukett, and Ulrich C. Toensmeyer. “Are All Organic Labels Treated Equally? The Influence of Retail Outlet on Consumer Perceptions of and Willingness to Pay for Organic Tomatoes.” In 143rd Joint EAAE/AAEA Seminar, March 25-27, 2015, Naples, Italy, no. 202706. European Association of Agricultural Economists, 2015.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES 2014

Dr. Shanshan Ding:

Ding, Shanshan, and R. Dennis Cook. “Dimension folding PCA and PFC for matrix-valued predictors.” Statistica Sinica 24 (2014): 463-492

S. Ding,  “A random walk in representations.”

S. Ding,  “Sufficient Dimension Reduction for Complex Data Structures.” 2014.

Dr. Joshua M. Duke:

Liu, Zhuo, Jordan F. Suter, Kent D. Messer, Joshua M. Duke, and Holly A. Michael. 2014. Strategic entry and externalities in groundwater resources: Evidence from the lab. Resource and Energy Economics 38:181-197.

Li, Jingyuan, Holly A. Michael, Joshua M. Duke, Kent D. Messer, Jordan F. Suter. 2014. Behavioral response to contamination risk information in a spatially explicit groundwater environment: Experimental evidence. Water Resources Research 50(8):6390–6405.

Duke, Joshua M., Steven J. Dundas, Robert J. Johnston, and Kent D. Messer. 2014. Prioritizing Payment for Environmental Services:  Using Nonmarket Benefits for Cost Effective Selection. Ecological Economics 105:319-329.

Duke, Joshua M. 2014. Eminent domain and the land assembly problem. In The Oxford Handbook of Land Economics, ed. J.M. Duke and J. Wu. New York: Oxford University Press, 698-722.

Duke, Joshua M., and JunJie Wu. 2014. Land as an integrating theme in economics. In The Oxford Handbook of Land Economics, ed. J.M. Duke and J. Wu. New York: Oxford University Press, 1-19.

Duke, Joshua M., and JunJie Wu. 2014. Future research directions in land economics. In The Oxford Handbook of Land Economics, ed. J.M. Duke and J. Wu. New York: Oxford University Press, 723-35.

Messer, Kent D., Joshua M. Duke, and Lori Lynch. 2014. Applying experiments to land economics: Public information and auction efficiency in ecosystem service markets. In The Oxford Handbook of Land Economics, ed. J.M. Duke and J. Wu. New York: Oxford University Press, 481-510.

Dr. Kent D. Messer:

Hoffmann, Vivian, Jacob R. Fooks, and Kent D. Messer. “Measuring and mitigating HIV stigma: A framed field experiment.” Economic Development and Cultural Change 62.4 (2014): 701-726.

Duke, Joshua M., Steven J. Dundas, Robert J. Johnston, and Kent D. Messer. “Prioritizing payment for environmental services: Using nonmarket benefits and costs for optimal selection.” Ecological Economics 105 (2014): 319-329.

Messer, Kent D., Joshua M. Duke, and Lori Lynch. “Applying Experimental Economics to Land Economics: Public Information and Auction Efficiency in Land Preservation Markets.” Oxford Handbook of Land Economics (2014).

Liu, Zhuo, Jordan F. Suter, Kent D. Messer, Joshua M. Duke, and Holly A. Michael. “Strategic entry and externalities in groundwater resources: Evidence from the lab.” Resource and Energy Economics 38 (2014): 181-197.

Li, Jingyuan, Holly A. Michael, Joshua M. Duke, Kent D. Messer, and Jordan F. Suter. “Behavioral response to contamination risk information in a spatially explicit groundwater environment: Experimental evidence.” Water Resources Research 50, no. 8 (2014): 6390-6405.

Messer, Kent D., W. Allen, Maik Kecinski, and Yu Chen. Conservation Professionals’ Attitudes about Cost Effectiveness of Land Preservation: A Case Study in Maryland. APEC Working Paper RR14-05. University of Delaware, Newark. Available at https://d2vsp3qmody48p. cloudfront. net/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/APEC-Research-Report-14-05. pdf, 2014.

Wiest, Whitney A., W. Gregory Shriver, and Kent D. Messer. “Incorporating climate change with conservation planning: a case study for tidal marsh bird conservation in Delaware, USA.” Journal of Conservation Planning 10, no. 2014 (2014): 25-42.

Wu, Shang, Jacob Fooks, Kent D. Messer, and Deborah Delaney. “Consumer Demand for Local Honey: An Artefactual Field Experiment.” (2014).

Kecinski, Maik, Yu Chen, William Allen, and Kent D. Messer. “Conservation Professional Attitudes about Cost Effectiveness of the Land Preservation: A Case Study in Maryland.” (2014).

Tang, Xing, Maik Kecinski, Kent D. Messer, and Robert Hirsch. “Multiple-Knapsack Optimization in Land Conservation: Results from the first cost-effective conservation program in the US.” (2014).

Sparks, Donald L., Kent D. Messer, Joshua M. Duke, and Holly A. Michael. “The Joint Risks of Anticipated Sea Level Rise and Coastal Contaminated Sites: Economic and Scientific Evidence.” (2014).

Wu, Shang, Jacob Fooks, Kent D. Messer, and Deborah Delaney. “Do Auctions Underestimate Consumer WTP? An Artefactual Field Experiment.” (2014).

Parsons, George, Kent D. Messer, Jacob Fooks, Janet Johnson, and Joshua M. Duke. “Valuing Continuously Varying Visual Disamenities: Offshore Energy Production and Delaware Beach Visitation.” (2014).

Lynch, Lori, Dan Hellerstein, Kent D. Messer, Nate Higgins, Jacob Fooks, and Joshua M. Duke. “Conserving Spatially Explicit Benefits in Ecosystem Service Markets: Lab and Artefactual Field Tests of Network Bonuses and Spatial Targeting.” (2014).

Dr. Leah Palm-Forster:

Stuart, D., E. Benveniste, and L.M. Harris. 2014. Evaluating the Use of an Environmental Assurance Program to Address Pollution from United States Cropland. Land Use Policy 39: 34-43. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264837714000593.

LM Harris, SM Swinton, RS Shupp, Experimental auctions to evaluate incentives for cost-effective agricultural phosphorus abatement in the Great Lakes. 2014.

Dr. Jing Qiu:

Qiu, J., Qi, Y. and Cui, X (2014) Applying shrinkage variance estimators to the TOST test in high dimensional settings, Statistical Applications in Genetics and Molecular Biology, 13(3), 323-41.

Valdes-Lopez, O, Khan,S.M., Schmitz, R. J., Cui, S^, Qiu,J., Zhu, M, Cheng, J.J., Joshi, T., Xu,D., Diers, B., Ecker, J., and Stacey, G.  (2014) Genotypic variation of gene expression during the soybean innate immunity response, Plant Genetic Resources 12(S1), S27-30.

Choi, J., Tanaka, K., Cao, Y., Qi, Y., Qiu, J., Liang, Y., Lee, S. Y., Stacey, G. (2014) Identification of a Plant Receptor for Extracellular ATP, Science 343, 290-294.

K Tanaka, J Choi, Y Cao, Y Liang, Y Qi, J Qiu, G Stacey (2014) Identification of a plant receptor for extracellular ATP, PURINERGIC SIGNALLING, 10(4):712-713.

Dr. Ulrich C. Toensmeyer:

Toensmeyer, U. C., Lenny Miles, Carl L. German, and Jenna L. Byers. “Growing for the Future: How to Transition Traditional Farming Operations to Organic Production.” (2014).

Dr. Xiaoke Zhang:

X Zhang, JL Wang, Varying-coefficient additive models for functional data. Biometrika, 2014. doi: 10.1093/biomet/asu053.

Bengson, Jesse J., Todd A. Kelley, Xiaoke Zhang, Jane-Ling Wang, and George R. Mangun. “Spontaneous neural fluctuations predict decisions to attend.” Journal of cognitive neuroscience (2014).

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES 2013

Dr. John C. Bernard:

G Hustvedt, KA Carroll, JC Bernard. (2013). Consumer ethnocentricity and preferences for wool products by country of origin and manufacture. International Journal of Consumer Studies 37 (5), 498-506.

JC Bernard, G Hustvedt, KA Carroll. (2013). What is a label worth? Defining the alternatives to organic for US wool producers. Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management: An International Journal 17.3 (2013) 266-279.

HH Peterson, JC Bernard, JAS Fox, JM Peterson. (2013). Japanese Consumers’ Valuation of Rice and Pork from Domestic, US, and Other Origins. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 38 (1), 93-106.

KA Carroll, JC Bernard, JD Pesek. (2013). Consumer preferences for tomatoes: the influence of local, organic, and state program promotions by purchasing venue. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 38 (3), 379-396.

R Govindasamy, G Mazella, S Komar, J Bernard, K Kelley. (2013). A Demand Driven Assessment of Farmer-to-Consumer Direct Marketing and Agri-Tourism Industry in the Mid-Atlantic United States. Contract 12 (25-G), 0894.

Dr. Shanshan Ding:

Ding, Shanshan. “Two Propositions Involving the Standard Representation of Sn.” arXiv preprint arXiv:1302.2310 (2013).

Dr. Joshua M. Duke:

Schilling, Brian J., Kevin P. Sullivan, and Joshua M. Duke. 2013. Do residual development options increase preserved farmland values? Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 38(3):327-43.

Popkin, Jennifer H., Joshua M. Duke, Allison M. Borchers, Thomas Ilvento. 2013. Social costs from proximity to hydraulic fracturing in New York State. Energy Policy. 62:62-69.

Miller, Kate, and Joshua M. Duke. 2013. Additionality and water quality trading: Institutional analysis of nutrient trading in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Georgetown International Environmental Law Review. Vol. 25(4):521-47.

Duke, Joshua M., Steven J. Dundas, Kent D. Messer. 2013. Cost-effective conservation planning: Lessons from economics. Journal of Environmental Management 125:126-133.

Arnold, Michael A., Joshua M. Duke, and Kent D. Messer. 2013. Adverse selection in reverse auctions for ecosystem services. Land Economics 89(3):387-412. (Senior authorship shared).

Duke, Joshua M. 2013. Property rights and the environment. Pp 75-79 in Volume 3 of Encyclopedia of Energy, Natural Resources, and Environment, ed. Jason Shogren.  This chapter is also published in Elsevier’s Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences, which is available on-line: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-375067-9.00104-2.

Dr. Thomas Ilvento:

Popkin, Jennifer H., Joshua M. Duke, Allison M. Borchers, and Thomas Ilvento 2013 Social Costs From Proximity To Hydraulic Fracturing In New York State, Energy Policy, 62:62-69.

Wahl, Michael J., DDS, Thomas W. Ilvento, PhD, Margaret M. Schmitt, DMD, Jean A. Wahl, DMD, Syamack Ganjavian, DMD 2013 Articaine with 1:100,000 epinephrine versus articaine with 1:200,000 epinephrine – does the dosage of epinephrine matter?, eJournal of Denistry, April-June, Vol 3, Issue 2.

Ilvento, Thomas W. 2013 Statistics, Plain and Simple, Second Edition. Kendall Hunt, ISBN: 978-0-7575-8435-0, 393 pages.

Dr. Kent D. Messer:

Duke, Joshua M., Steven J. Dundas, and Kent D. Messer. “Cost-effective conservation planning: Lessons from economics.” Journal of environmental management 125 (2013): 126-133.

Liu, Zhuo, Christopher A. Kanter, Kent D. Messer, and Harry M. Kaiser. “Identifying significant characteristics of organic milk consumers: a CART analysis of an artefactual field experiment.” Applied Economics 45, no. 21 (2013): 3110-3121.

Arnold, Michael A., Joshua M. Duke, and Kent D. Messer. “Adverse selection in reverse auctions for ecosystem services.” Land Economics 89.3 (2013): 387-412.

Keisner, Deborah Kerley, Kent D. Messer, William D. Schulze, and Homa Zarghamee. “Testing Social Preferences for an Economic “Bad”: An Artefactual Field Experiment*.” The Scandinavian Journal of Economics 115, no. 1 (2013): 27-61.

Messer, Kent D., Gregory L. Poe, and William D. Schulze. “The value of private versus public risk and pure altruism: an experimental economics test.” Applied Economics 45.9 (2013): 1089-1097.

Messer, Kent D., Jordan F. Suter, and Jubo Yan. “Context effects in a negatively framed social dilemma experiment.” Environmental and Resource Economics 55.3 (2013): 387-405.

Fooks, Jacob R., and Kent D. Messer. “Computational Intelligent Data Analysis for Sustainable Development.” (2013).

Messer, Kent D. “Incorporating Climate Change with Conservation Planning: a Case Study for Tidal Marsh Bird Conservation in Delaware, USA.” (2013).

Fooks, Jacob, Nate Higgins, Kent D. Messer, Josh Duke, Dan Hellerstein, and Lori Lynch. “Conserving Spatially Explicit Benefits in Ecosystem Service Markets: Will Network Bonuses or Spatial Targeting be Effective?”

Messer, Kent D. “Reducing Agricultural Water Pollution in Texas: An Application of Linear Optimization.” (2013).

Messer, Kent D., Neha Khanna, and Arnab K. Basu. “Cover, Front Matter, and Table of Contents.” (2013).  http://purl.umn.edu/155527.

Arnold, Michael A., Joshua M. Duke, and Kent D. Messer. Adverse Selection in Reverse Auctions for Environmental Services. 3: 387–412.

Sinan Unur, A., Elizabeth Peters, Kent D. Messer, and William D. Schulze. “Incentive Effects of Parents’ Transfers to Children: An Artefactual Field Experiment.” The BE Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy 13, no. 1: 73-106.

Fooks, Jacob, Kent Messer, Josh Duke, Janet Johnson, and George Parsons. “How Will Offshore Energy Production Affect Delaware Beach Visitation?.” In 2013 Annual Meeting, August 4-6, 2013, Washington, DC, no. 150401. Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, 2013.

Dr. Leah Palm-Forster:

Harris, L.M., G.W. Norton, J. Alwang, A.N.M. Rezaul Karim, and D.B. Taylor. 2013. Bridging the Information Gap with Cost-Effective Dissemination Strategies: The Case of Integrated Pest Management in Bangladesh. J. Agricultural and Applied Economics 45 (4): 639-654. http://purl.umn.edu/157416.

Dr. Jing Qiu:

Liang, Y., Cao, Y., Tanaka, K., Thibivilliers, S., Wan, J., Choi, J., Kang, C. H., Qiu, J., and Stacey , G. (2013) Nonlegumes Respond to Rhizobial Nod Factors by Suppressing the Innate Immune Response, Science, 341, 1384-1387.

Young, L. J., Altman, N. S., Balco, G., Crainiceanu, C., Gehrels, W. R., Qiu, J., Staudenmayer, J. and Sullivan, P. (2013) Statistical modeling of changes in relative sea level in Maine during the Holocene Era. Environmetrics, 24(5), 298-305.

Buckman,C., Ozanon,C., Qiu, J., Sutovsky,M., Carafa,J. A., Rawe,V. Y., Manandhar,G., Miranda-Vizuete, A., and Sutovsky,P. (2013) Semen Levels of Spermatid-Specific Thioredoxin-3 Correlate with Pregnancy Rates in ART Couples, PLoS ONE 8(5): e61000.

Dr. Xiaoke Zhang:

Zhang, Xiaoke, Byeong U. Park, and Jane-ling Wang. “Time-varying additive models for longitudinal data.” Journal of the American Statistical Association 108.503 (2013): 983-998.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES 2012

Dr. John C. Bernard:

V Purduri, R Govindasamy, K Kelley, JC Bernard. (2012). Predicting Consumer Participation in a Hayride Event of Agri-tourism Activity: A Logit Model Approach. Journal of Food Distribution Research 43 (1).

Dr. Joshua M. Duke:

Suter, Jordan F., Joshua M. Duke, Kent D. Messer, and Holly A. Michael. 2012. Behavior in a spatially-explicit groundwater resource: Evidence from the lab. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 94(5):1094-1112.

Duke, Joshua M., Allison M. Borchers, Robert J. Johnston, and Sarah Absetz. 2012. Sustainable agricultural management contracts: Using choice experiments to estimate the benefits of land preservation and conservation practices. Ecological Economics 74:95-103.

Borchers, Allison M. and Joshua M. Duke. 2012. Capitalization and proximity to agricultural and natural lands: Evidence from Delaware. Journal of Environmental Management 99:110-117.

Dr. Thomas W. Ilvento:

Cubillos, Jorge H. and Thomas W. Ilvento, 2012 The Impact of Study Abroad on Students’ Self-Efficacy Perceptions. Foreign Language Annals, Winter 2012, Vol. 45, Iss. 4, pp 494-511.

Kristen A. Saksa, Kristen A., Thomas W. Ilvento and Susan S. Barton, 2012 “Interpretation of Sustainable Landscapes Affects Student Perception of Sustainable Landscape Features.” HortTechnology, June 2012 vol. 22 no. 3 402-409.

Dr. Kent D. Messer:

Suter, Jordan F., Joshua M. Duke, Kent D. Messer, and Holly A. Michael. “Behavior in a spatially explicit groundwater resource: Evidence from the lab.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics (2012): aas058.

Fooks, Jacob R., and Kent D. Messer. “Maximizing conservation and in-kind cost share: Applying Goal Programming to forest protection.” Journal of forest economics 18.3 (2012): 207-217.

Hoffmann, Vivian, Kent D. Messer, and Jacob Fooks. “Measuring HIV Stigma: A Framed Field Experiment.” (2012).

Hoffmann, Vivian, Kent D. Messer, and Jacob Fooks. “Maryland Population Research Center.”

Messer, Kent D. “Maximizing Benefits for Women in Delaware: Improving Project Selection Using Optimization Techniques.” (2012).

Duke, Joshua M., Steven J. Dundas, and Kent D. Messer. COST-EFFECTIVE CONSERVATION PLANNING: TWENTY LESSONS FROM ECONOMICS. No. 12-01. 2012.

Toussaint, Jenna, Shang Wu, and Kent D. Messer. Maximizing Benefits for Women: A Charitable Donation Allocation Problem. No. 12-12. 2012.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES 2011

Dr. John C. Bernard:

N He, JC Bernard. (2011). Differences in WTP and consumer demand for organic and non-GM fresh and processed foods. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 40 (2), 218.

JD Pesek Jr, JC Bernard, M Gupta. (2011). Consumer interest in environmentally beneficial chicken feeds: comparing high available phosphorus corn and other varieties. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 43 (4), 591.

Gifford, Katie, and John C. Bernard. “The effect of information on consumers’ willingness to pay for natural and organic chicken.” International Journal of Consumer Studies 35.3 (2011): 282-289.

Dillaway, R., Messer, K. D., Bernard, J. C., & Kaiser, H. M. (2011). Do consumer responses to media food safety information last? Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, 33(3), 363-383.

Onken, Kathryn A., Bernard, John C., Pesek, John D., Jr. (2011). Comparing Willingness to Pay for Organic, Natural, Locally Grown, and State Marketing Program Promoted Foods in the Mid-Atlantic Region. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review. 40:33-47.

Dr. Paul Eggermont:

Byrne, Charles, and Paul PB Eggermont. “EM algorithms.” Handbook of Mathematical Methods in Imaging. Springer New York, 2011. 271-344.

Dr. Steven Hastings:

Hastings, Steven. School smart: make your child a success. Random House, 2011.  ISBN: 9780753512296 0753512297.

Dr. Kent D. Messer:

Kaiser, Harry Mason, and Kent D. Messer. Mathematical programming for agricultural, environmental and resource economics. John Wiley and Sons, Inc, 2011.

Dillaway, Robin, Kent D. Messer, John C. Bernard, and Harry M. Kaiser. “Do consumer responses to media food safety information last?” Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 33, no. 3 (2011): 363-383.

Messer, Kent D., Harry M. Kaiser, Collin Payne, and Brian Wansink. “Can generic advertising alleviate consumer concerns over food scares?” Applied Economics 43, no. 12 (2011): 1535-1549.

Shawhan, Daniel L., Kent D. Messer, William D. Schulze, and Richard E. Schuler. “An experimental test of automatic mitigation of wholesale electricity prices.” International Journal of Industrial Organization 29, no. 1 (2011): 46-53.

Liu, Zhuo, Kent D. Messer, Mary A. Korch, and Thomas Bounds. “Applying Optimization to the Conservation Project Selection Process: A Case Study of Readiness and Environmental Protection Initiative.” In 2011 Annual Meeting, July 24-26, 2011, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, no. 103997. Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, 2011.

Messer, Kent D. “Achieving Cost Effective Conservation: ORES801 Case Studies of Optimization Application to the Department of Defense’s Readiness and Environmental Protection Initiative.” (2011).

Messer, Kent D., and Ole M. Amundsen. “Final Report: Development of a Best Practices Framework for County Land Protection Programs in Maryland: Quantifying Benefits, Costs and Effectiveness of Land Parcel Selection.” (2011).

Messer, Kent D. “Minimizing cost for Municipal residential solid waste collection in City of Newark using Goal Programming & GIS tools.” (2011).

Dr. Leah H. Palm-Forster:

Harris, Leah M. Modeling a cost-effective IPM dissemination strategy for vegetables and rice: an example in South Asia. Diss. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2011.

Dr. Jing Qiu:

Valde´s-Lo´pez, O., Thibivilliers, S., Qiu, J., Xu, W., Nguyen, T. H. N.,  Libault, M.,  Le, B. H.,  Goldberg, R. B., Hill, C. B.,  Hartman, G. L.,  Diers, B.,  and Stacey G. (2011)  Identification of Quantitative Trait Loci Controlling Gene Expression during the Innate Immunity Response. Plant physiology, 157, 1975-1986.

Dr. Ulrich C. Toensmeyer:

German, Carl L., Ulrich C. Toensmeyer, Linda H. Smith, and Jamie Wasemiller. “Introducing the 21st Century Online Interactive Grain Marketing Primer.” Journal of Food Distribution Research 42, no. 1 (2011): 64.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES 2010

Dr. John C. Bernard:

Onken, Kathryn A., and John C. Bernard. “Catching the” Local” Bug: A Look at State Agricultural Marketing Programs.” Choices 25.1 (2010): 1-7.

Bernard, John C., and Daria J. Bernard. “Comparing parts with the whole: willingness to pay for pesticide-free, non-GM, and organic potatoes and sweet corn.” Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics (2010): 457-475.

Bernard, J.C. and N. He. “Confounded by the Field: WTP in Food Auctions when Field Prices are Increasing.” Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, 39(2010):275-287.

Hustvedt, G. and J.C. Bernard. “Consumer Willingness to Pay for Social Responsibility Labeling on Apparel.” International Journal of Consumer Studies, 34(2010):619-626.

Bernard, J.C. and A. Yiannaka. “Understanding Patenting Decisions: A Classroom Exercise.”  Journal of Economic Education, 41(2010):235-251.

Dr. Joshua M. Duke:

Johnston, Robert J. and Joshua M. Duke. 2010. The importance of socioeconomic adjustments within choice experiment benefit function transfer: Is the common wisdom correct? Resource and Energy Economics 32(3):421-438.

Duke, Joshua M. and Robert J. Johnston. 2010. Nonmarket valuation of multifunctional farm and forest preservation, pp. 124-142 in New Perspectives on Agri-Environmental Policies: A Multidisciplinary and Transatlantic Approach, ed. Stephan J. Goetz and Floor Brouwer. New York: Routledge.

Dr. Paul Eggermont:

Paul N Eggermont, Vincent LaRiccia, M Zuhair Nashed.  “Noise models for ill-posed problems” in Handbook of Geomathematics. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2010.  739-762.

Dr. Thomas W. Ilvento:

Ilvento, Thomas W. 2010 Statistics, Plain and Simple. Kendall Hunt, ISBN: 978-0-7575-8435-0, 297 pages.

Ilvento, Thomas W., (with Awokuse, Titus, and Johnson, Zachery).  The Impact of Agriculture on Delaware’s Economy, December 2010, 21 pages.

Dr. Kent D. Messer:

Messer, Kent D., Gregory L. Poe, Daniel Rondeau, William D. Schulze, and Christian A. Vossler. “Social preferences and voting: An exploration using a novel preference revealing mechanism.” Journal of Public Economics 94, no. 3 (2010): 308-317.

Messer, Kent D. “Protecting endangered species: When are shoot-on-sight policies the only viable option to stop poaching?.” Ecological Economics 69.12 (2010): 2334-2340.

Messer, Kent D., and William L. Allen III. “Applying optimization and the Analytic Hierarchy Process to enhance agricultural preservation strategies in the State of Delaware.” Agricultural & Resource Economics Review 39.3 (2010): 442.

Messer, Kent D., Gregory L. Poe, Daniel Rondeau, William D. Schulze, and Christian Vossler. “Exploring voting anomalies using a demand revealing random price voting mechanism.” Journal of Public Economics 94, no. 3-4 (2010): 308-317.

Kotani, Koji, Kent D. Messer, and William D. Schulze. “Matching Grants and Charitable Giving: Why People Sometimes Provide a Helping Hand to Fund Environmental Goods.” Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 39.2 (2010): 324-343.

Arnold, Michael, Joshua M. Duke, and Kent D. Messer. “Adverse Selection in Conservation Auctions: Theoretical and Experimental Results.” University of Delaware, Department of Economics Seminar Series, Newark, Delaware. 2010.

Amundsen, Ole M., Kent D. Messer, and William L. Allen III. Integrating optimization and strategic conservation to achieve higher efficiencies in land protection. No. 2010-14. Working Paper, 2010.

Messer, Kent D., Jordan F. Suter, and Jubo Yan. Context effects in a negative externality experiment. No. 10-09. 2010.

Messer, Kent D., and James J. Murphy. “Special Issue on Experimental Methods in Environmental, Natural Resource, and Agricultural Economics.” Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 39.2 (2010): III.

Messer, Kent D., Jordan F. Suter, and Jubo Yan. “Department of Economics Alfred Lerner College of Business & Economics University of Delaware.” (2010).

Arnold, Michael, Joshua M. Duke, and Kent D. Messer. “Adverse Selection in Environmental Markets.” (2010).

Dr. Jing Qiu:

Libault, M., Zhang, X., Govindarajulu, M., Qiu, J., Ong, Y.T., Brechenmacher, L., Berg, R.H., Hurley-Sommer, A., Finger, R.E., Taylor, C. G., Stacey, G. (2010). “A member of the highly conserved FWL (tomato FW2.2-like) gene family is essential for soybean nodule organogenesis,” The Plant Journal, 62, 852–864.010.

Qiu, J. and Cui, X. (2010). “Evaluation of a statistical equivalence test applied to microarray data,” Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, 20, 240-266.

Srivastava, G.P., Qiu, J. and Xu, D. (2010). “Genome-wide functional annotation by integrating multiple microarray datasets using meta-analysis”, International Journal of Data Mining in Bioinformatics, 4, 357-376.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES 2009

Dr. John C. Bernard:

Bernard, J.C., K. Gifford, K. Santora, and D.J. Bernard.  “Willingness to Pay for Foods with Varying Production Traits and Levels of Genetically Modified Content.”  Journal of Food Distribution Research, 40(2009):1-11.

Bernard, John C., and Daria J. Bernard. “What is it about organic milk? An experimental analysis.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 91.3 (2009): 826-836.

Dr. Shanshan Ding:

Ding, Shanshan. “SMALLEST IRREDUCIBLE OF THE FORM x2-dy2.” International Journal of Number Theory 5.03 (2009): 449-456.

Dr. Joshua M. Duke:

Klaus Moeltner, Robert J. Johnston, Randall S. Rosenberger, and Joshua M. Duke. 2009. Benefit transfer from multiple contingent experiments: A flexible two-step model combining individual choice data with community characteristics. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 91(5):1335-42 (Principal paper, not refereed).

Johnston, Robert J. and Joshua M. Duke. 2009. Informing preservation of multifunctional agriculture when primary research is unavailable: An application of Meta-Analysis. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 91(5):1353-59 (Principal paper, not refereed).

Johnston, Robert J. and Joshua M. Duke. 2009. Willingness to pay for land preservation across states and jurisdictional scale: Implications for benefit transfer. Land Economics 85(2):217-37.

Duke, Joshua M. and Titus O. Awokuse. 2009. Assessing the effect of bilateral collaborations on learning outcomes. Review of Agricultural Economics 31(2):344-358.

Dr. Paul Eggermont:

Eggermont, Paul PB, and Vincent N. LaRiccia. “Equivalent kernels for smoothing splines.” Maximum Penalized Likelihood Estimation. Springer New York, 2009. 373-424.

LaRiccia, Vincent N., and Paul P. Eggermont. Maximum Penalized Likelihood Estimation. Springer New York, 2009.

Dr. Jing Qiu:

Srivastava, G.P., Joshi, T., Song, Z., Zhang, C., Lin, G.N., Li, P., Ross, A., Popescu,M., Liu, J.D., Qiu, J., Xu, D. (2009)   “GO- based gene function  and network characterization”, Book chapter of “Data mining applications using ontologies in biomedicine”,  Artech House.

Cui, X., Zhou, J., Qiu, J., Johnson, M.R., and Mrug M. (2009) Validation of endogenous internal real-time PCR controls in renal tissues, American Journal of Nephrology, 30, 413-417.

Qiu, J. and Hwang J.T.G. (2009), “Reply to Dr. Glimm’s comment on Qiu and Hwang (2007), Biometrics 63, p. 767-776”, Biometrics, 65, 324-325.

Schulz, L.C, Widmaier E.P., Qiu, J., and Roberts R.M. (2009)   “Effect of Leptin on Mouse Trophoblast Giant Cells”, Biology of Reproduction, 80, 415-424.

Hwang, J.T.G., Qiu, J. and Zhao, Z. (2009) Empirical Bayes Confidence Intervals Shrinking Both Means and Variances, Journal of Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 71, 265-285.

Dr. Kent D. Messer:

Kanter, Christopher, Kent D. Messer, and Harry M. Kaiser. “Does production labeling stigmatize conventional milk?.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 91.4 (2009): 1097-1109.

Payne, Collin R., Kent D. Messer, and Harry M. Kaiser. “Which consumers are most responsive to media-induced food scares?.” Agricultural & Resource Economics Review 38.3 (2009): 295.

Kotani, Koji, Kent D. Messer, and William D. Schulze. The nature of voluntary public good contributions: When are they a warm glow or a helping hand?. No. EMS_2009_08. 2009.

Messer, Kent D. “Achieving Cost Effective Conservation: ORES801 Case Studies of Applying Optimization To Protect Endangered Birds, Preserve Agricultural Lands, and Conserve Forested Lands.” (2009).

Dr. Jing Qiu:

Cui, X., Zhou, J., Qiu, J., Johnson, M.R., and Mrug M. (2009) Validation of endogenous internal real-time PCR controls in renal tissues, American Journal of Nephrology, 30, 413-417

Qiu, J. and Hwang J.T.G. (2009), “Reply to Dr. Glimm’s comment on Qiu and Hwang (2007), Biometrics 63, p. 767-776”, Biometrics, 65, 324-325.

Schulz, L.C, Widmaier E.P., Qiu, J., and Roberts R.M. (2009)   “Effect of Leptin on Mouse Trophoblast Giant Cells”, Biology of Reproduction, 80, 415-424.

Hwang, J.T.G., Qiu, J. and Zhao, Z. (2009) Empirical Bayes Confidence Intervals Shrinking Both Means and Variances, Journal of Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 71, 265-285.

Srivastava, G.P., Joshi, T., Song, Z., Zhang, C., Lin, G.N., Li, P., Ross, A.,   Popescu,M., Liu, J.D., Qiu, J., Xu, D. (2009)   “GO- based gene function  and network characterization”, Book chapter of “Data mining applications using ontologies in biomedicine”,  Artech House

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES 2008

Dr. John C. Bernard:

Hustvedt, Gwendolyn and John C. Bernard. “Consumer Willingness to Pay for Sustainable Apparel: The Influence of Labeling for Fibre Origin and Production Methods.” International Journal of Consumer Studies, 32(2008): 491-498.

Gifford, K. and J.C. Bernard.  “Factor and Cluster Analysis of Willingness to Pay for Organic and Non-GM Food.” Journal of Food Distribution Research, 39(2008): 26-39.

Dr. Joshua M. Duke:

Johnston, Robert J. and Joshua M. Duke. 2008. Benefit transfer equivalence tests with non-normal distributions. Environmental and Resource Economics 41:1-23.

Duke, Joshua M. 2008. Private property land ownership rights in rural America. In Encyclopedia of Rural America, 2nd, Ed. G.A. Goreham, pp. 779-782.

Dr. Kent D. Messer:

Messer, Kent D., Harry M. Kaiser, and William D. Schulze. “The problem of free riding in voluntary generic advertising: parallelism and possible solutions from the lab.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 90.2 (2008): 540-552.

Doyon, Maurice, Virginie Simard, Kent D. Messer, Lota D. Tamini, and Harry M. Kaiser. “An experimental analysis of modifications to the centralized milk quota exchange system in Quebec.” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics/Revue canadienne d’agroeconomie 56, no. 3 (2008): 295-312.

Kanter, Christopher, Kent D. Messer, and Harry M. Kaiser. “Do rBST-Free and Organic Milk Stigmatize Conventionally Produced Milk?.” Selected Paper prepared for presentation at the 2008 American Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida. 2008.

Messer, Kent D., Gregory L. Poe, and William D. Schulze. The value of private risk versus the value of public risk: an experimental analysis of the Johannesson et al. conjecture. No. 51141. 2008.

Kerley, Deborah, Kent D. Messer, Brian Wansink, Harry M. Kaiser, and William D. Schulze. “Expiration Dates And Stigma: Why Don’T We Observe Hedonic Markets For Perishable Products?.” Selected Paper prepared for presentation at the American Agricultural Economics (2008).

Dr. Jing Qiu:

Franck, W.L., Chang, W.S., Qiu, J., Sugawara, M., Sadowsky, M.J., Smith, S.A. and Stacey, G. (2008). “Whole-Genome Transcriptional Profiling of Bradyrhizobium japonicum during Chemoautotrophic Growth.”, Journal of Bacteriology, 190, 6697-6705.

Srivastava, G.P., Qiu, J.  and Xu, D. (2008). Functional Annotation from Meta-analysis of Microarray Datasets. IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine, Proceedings of the 2008 IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine, 367-371.

Dr. Ulrich C. Toensmeyer:

German, Carl L., Ulrich C. Toensmeyer, Turner Hopkins, Richard VanVranken, and Linda Smith. “Expanding Farm-Fresh Direct-Marketing Opportunities in the 21st Century.” Journal of Food Distribution Research 39, no. 1 (2008).

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES 2007

Dr. John C. Bernard:

Bernard, John C., John D. Pesek, and Xiqian Pan. “Consumer likelihood to purchase chickens with novel production attributes.” Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 39.03 (2007): 581-596.

Awokuse, T.O. and J.C. Bernard. (2007).  “Spatial Price Dynamics in U.S. Regional Broiler Markets.”  Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 39: 447-456.

Dr. Joshua M. Duke:

Borchers, Allison M., Joshua M. Duke, and George R. Parsons. “Does willingness to pay for green energy differ by source?.” Energy policy 35.6 (2007): 3327-3334.

Johnston, Robert J., and Joshua M. Duke. “Willingness to pay for agricultural land preservation and policy process attributes: Does the method matter?” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 89.4 (2007): 1098-1115.

Duke, Joshua M. and Lori Lynch. 2007. Gauging support for innovative farmland preservation techniques. Policy Sciences 40:123-55.

Dr. Paul Eggermont:

Scheres, Sjors HW, Haixiao Gao, Mikel Valle, Gabor T. Herman, Paul PB Eggermont, Joachim Frank, and Jose-Maria Carazo. “Disentangling conformational states of macromolecules in 3D-EM through likelihood optimization.” Nature methods 4, no. 1 (2007): 27-29.

Scheres, Sjors HW, Rafael Núñez-Ramírez, Yacob Gómez-Llorente, Carmen San Martín, Paul PB Eggermont, and José María Carazo. “Modeling experimental image formation for likelihood-based classification of electron microscopy data.” Structure 15, no. 10 (2007): 1167-1177.

Brown, William P., Paul Eggermont, Vincent LaRiccia, and Roland R. Roth. “Are parametric models suitable for estimating avian growth rates?” Journal of Avian Biology 38, no. 4 (2007): 495-506.

Dr. Kent D. Messer:

Messer, Kent D., Homa Zarghamee, Harry M. Kaiser, and William D. Schulze. “New hope for the voluntary contributions mechanism: The effects of context.” Journal of Public Economics 91, no. 9 (2007): 1783-1799.

Messer, Kent D. “Transferable development rights programs: an economic framework for success.” Journal of Conservation Planning 3.47 (2007): 47-56.

Messer, Kent D., Harry M. Kaiser, and Gregory L. Poe. “Voluntary Funding for Generic Advertising Using a Provision Point Mechanism: An Experimental Analysis of Option Assurance.” Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 29.3 (2007): 612-631.

Messer, Kent D., Harry M. Kaiser, and William D. Schulze. ” AJAE Appendix for “The Problem of Free-Riding in Voluntary Generic Advertising: Parallelism and Possible Solutions from the Lab”.” (2007).

Kerley, Deborah, K. D. Messer, W. D. Schulze, and Brian Wansink. An Experimental Exploration of Risk: Stigma as a Threshold Anomaly. Working Paper, Cornell University, 2007.

Messer, Kent D., Harry M. Kaiser, Collin R. Payne, and Brian Wansink. “The Inoculating Effect of Generic Advertising: Can Consumers’ Concerns About Mad Cow Disease Be Reduced by Advertising?.” Available at SSRN 2711414 (2007).

Messer, Kent D., Gregory L. Poe, Daniel Rondeau, William D. Schulze, and Christian Vossler. “Other-Regarding Preferences and Voting For Public Goods: An Exploration Using a New Preference Revealing Mechanism.” (2007).

Kerley, Deborah, Kent D. Messer, and William D. Schulze. “WOULD YOU REALLY VOTE TO MAKE ME DRINK COCKROACH-CONTAMINATED WATER JUST SO YOU COULD EARN MORE MONEY? AN EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF THE SOCIAL PREFERENCE THEORIES AND THEIR EFFECT ON MAJORITY RULES VOTING. DRAFT.”

Dr. Jing Qiu:

Qiu, J. and Hwang J.T.G. (2007), Sharp Simultaneous Intervals for the Means of Selected Populations with Application to Microarray Data Analysis, Biometrics, 63, 767-776.

Kumar, R, Qiu, J., Joshi, T., Valliyodan, B., Xu, D. and Nguyen, H. (2007), “Single Feature Polymorphism Discovery in Rice”, PLoS ONE 2 (3):e284.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES 2006

Dr. John C. Bernard:

Bernard, John C., Chao Zhang, and Katie Gifford. “An experimental investigation of consumer willingness to pay for non-GM foods when an organic option is present.” Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 35.2 (2006): 374.

Gifford, Katie, and John C. Bernard. (2006). “Influencing consumer purchase likelihood of organic food.” International Journal of Consumer Studies 30.2: 155-163.

JC Bernard, K Gifford. (2006). Consumer willingness to pay premiums for non-GM and organic foods Consumer Interests Annual 52, 343-354.

JC Bernard. (2006). Finding and retaining the dominant strategy: The second-price, English and ‘sealed offer’ English auctions. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 60 (4), 553-561.

Dr. Joshua M. Duke:

Duke, Joshua M. and Lori Lynch. 2006. Four classes of farmland retention techniques: Comparative evaluation and property rights implications. Land Economics 82(2):189-213.

Awokuse, Titus O. and Joshua M. Duke. 2006. The causal structure of land price determinants.  Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 54(2):227-45.

Aull-Hyde, Rhonda, Sevgi Erdogan, and Joshua M. Duke. 2006. An experiment on the consistency of aggregated comparison matrices in AHP. European Journal of Operational Research 171:290-95.

Dr. Kent D. Messer:

Messer, Kent Donald. “The conservation benefits of cost-effective land acquisition: A case study in Maryland.” Journal of Environmental Management 79.3 (2006): 305-315.

Messer, Kent D., et al. “Can stigma explain large property value losses? The psychology and economics of superfund.” Environmental and Resource Economics 33.3 (2006): 299-324.

Messer, Kent D., Todd M. Schmit, and Harry M. Kaiser. “Optimal institutional mechanisms for funding generic advertising: An experimental analysis.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 87.4 (2005): 1046-1060.

Messer, Kent D., et al. “Altruism in a Coercive Tax (Referendum) Setting: WTP and WTA for a Public Good.” AEM RESEARCH BULLETIN–06-02 (2005): 1.

Messer, Kent D., Harry M. Kaiser, and William D. Schulze. Context and voluntary contributions: an experimental analysis of communication, voting, and status quo bias. No. 127076. 2005.

Messer, Kent D., et al. “Advertising Could Calm Food Safety Fears.” Food USA Navigator. com,< http://www. foodnavigator-usa. com/news/ng. asp 69841&m (2006).

Messer, Kent D., Gregory L. Poe, and William D. Schulze. “The Value of Private Risk Versus the Value Of Public Risk: An Experimental Analysis.” AEM RESEARCH BULLETIN–06-02 (2006): 81.

Platt, Lara E., Kent D. Messer, and Gregory L. Poe. “CERTAINTY AND HYPOTHETICAL BIAS IN CONTINGENT VALUATION ELICITATION METHODS.” AEM RESEARCH BULLETIN–06-02 (2006): 126.

Messer, Kent D., Lara E. Platt, Gregory L. Poe, Daniel Rondeau, William D. Schulze, and Christian A. Vossler. Ecosystem Values And Surface Water Protection: Basic Research On The Contingent Valuation Method. No. 121578. Cornell University, Department of Applied Economics and Management, 2006.

Kotani, Koji, Kent D. Messer, and William D. Schulze. “Warm Glow or Helping Hand?: An Experimental Examination of Incentive Compatibility in a One-Shot Voluntary Public Good Setting.” (2006).

Kerley, Deborah, Kent D. Messer, and William D. Schulze. “Tests of Social Preference Theories with Non-Economics Students and a Real Commodity.”

Poe, Gregory L., Harry M. Kaiser, and Kent D. Messer. “Voluntary Funding for Generic Advertising Using a Provision Point Mechanism: An Experimental Analysis of Option Assurance.” 2006 Annual meeting, July 23-26, Long Beach, CA. No. 21371. American Agricultural Economics Association (New Name 2008: Agricultural and Applied Economics Association), 2006.

Messer, Kent D., Homa Zarghamee, Harry M. Kaiser, and William D. Schulze. “New Hope for the VCM: Experimental Tests of a Model of Social Norms, Context, and Reciprocity.” (2006).

Messer, Kent D., Gregory L. Poe, Daniel Rondeau, William D. Schulze, and Christian Vossler. “Anomalies In Voting: An Experimental Analysis Using A New, Demand Revealing (Random Price Voting) Mechanism.” In 2006 Annual meeting, July 23-26, Long Beach, CA, no. 21145. American Agricultural Economics Association (New Name 2008: Agricultural and Applied Economics Association), 2006.

Doyon, Maurice, Lota Dabio Tamini, Virginie Simard, Kent Messer, and Harry M. Kaiser. L’économie expérimentale pour l’analyse de modifications au système centralisé de vente du quota laitier au Québec. No. 2006s-23. CIRANO, 2006.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES 2005

Dr. John C. Bernard:

Gifford, K., Bernard, J. C., Toensmeyer, U. C., & Bacon, R. (2005, July). An experimental investigation of willingness to pay for non-GM and organic food products. In American Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting, Providence, Rhode Island.

Bernard, J.C. and D.J. Bernard.  “Using Context in Classroom Experiments: A Public Goods Example.”  International Review of Economics Education, 4(2005): 9-22.

Bernard, J.C., W. Schulze, and T. Mount. (2005).  “Bidding Behavior in the Multi-Unit Vickrey and Uniform Price Auctions.”  Applied Economics Letters, 12: 589-595.

Bernard, J.C.  “Evidence of Affiliation of Values in a Repeated Trial Auction Experiment.”  Applied Economics Letters, 12(2005): 687-691.

Jaiswal, S., E.R. Benson, J.C. Bernard and G.L. Van Wicklen. (2005)  “Neural Network Modelling and Sensitivity Analysis of a Mechanical Chicken Catching System.”  Biosystems Engineering, 92:59-68.

Bernard, J.C. and W. Schulze. (2005).  “The Next New Thing: Curiosity and the Motivation to Purchase Novel Products.”  Economics Bulletin 3: 1-8.

Bernard, J.C., X. Pan, and R. Sirolli. (2005).  “Consumer Attitudes towards Genetic Modification and Other Controversial Production Attributes for Chicken.”  Journal of Food Distribution Research, 36(2005): 1-11.

Dr. Joshua M. Duke:

Malcolm, Scott A., Joshua M. Duke, and John Mackenzie. 2005. Valuing rights of first refusal for farmland preservation policy. Applied Economics Letters 12:285-88.

Dr. Thomas W. Ilvento:

Thomas W Ilvento, Joshua M Duke. Reciprocal Educational Exchange Between The University of Delaware and Slovak Agricultural University Final Report. 2005.

Brian R Copeland, James A Turner, Joseph Buongiorno, Shushuai Zhu, Jared R Creason, Michael Fisher, Svetlana Semenova, Susan F Stone, Frank Lupi, Richard D Horan, Hung-Hao Chang, Richard N Boisvert, David Blandford, Lori Lynch, Scott A Malcolm, David Zilberman, David G Abler, James S Shortle, John C Bernard, John D Pesek Jr, Chunbo Fan, Anil Rupasingha, Stephan J Goetz, Alfons Weersink, Greg Devos, D Peter Stonehouse, James J Murphy, Thomas H Stevens, Parzival Copes, Anthony T Charles, Wanhong Yang, Murat Isik, Bonnie J McCay, CS Kim, Charles B Hallahan, WA Lindamood, Glenn D Schaible, James Payne, Joshua M Duke, Thomas W Ilvento, Timothy J Dalton, Gregory A Porter, Noah G Winslow, Christopher M Anderson, Paul R Portney, Nigel D Key.  Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association Agricultural and Resource Economics Review. 2005.

Dr. Kent D. Messer:

Messer, Kent D., Todd M. Schmit, and Harry M. Kaiser. “Optimal institutional mechanisms for funding generic advertising: An experimental analysis.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 87.4 (2005): 1046-1060.

Messer, Kent D., Gregory L. Poe, William D. Schulze, Daniel Rondeau, and Christian A. Vossler. “Altruism in a Coercive Tax (Referendum) Setting: WTP and WTA for a Public Good.” AEM RESEARCH BULLETIN–06-02 (2005): 1.

Messer, Kent D., Harry M. Kaiser, and William D. Schulze. Context and voluntary contributions: an experimental analysis of communication, voting, and status quo bias. No. 127076. 2005.

Dr. Jing Qiu:

Cui, X., Hwang J.T.G., Qiu, J., Blades, N.J. and Churchill, G.A. (2005), Improved Statistical Tests for Differential Gene Expression by Shrinking Variance Components Estimates, Biostatistics, 6, 59-75.

Dr. Ulrich C. Toensmeyer:

Gifford, Katie, John C. Bernard, Ulrich C. Toensmeyer, and Richard Bacon. “An experimental investigation of willingness to pay for non-GM and organic food products.” In American Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting, Providence, Rhode Island. 2005.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES 2004

Dr. John C. Bernard:

Gifford, Katie, and John C. Bernard. (2004).  “Packaging of organic and conventional products–a comparison.”

Gifford, Katie, and John C. Bernard. “The impact of message framing on organic food purchase likelihood.” Journal of Food Distribution Research 35.3 (2004): 19-28.

Bernard, J.C., J.D. Pesek, Jr., and C. Fan.  (2004).  Performance Results and Characteristics of Adopters of Genetically Engineered Soybeans in Delaware.  Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, 33: 282-292.

Bernard, J.C., J.D. Pesek, Jr., and C. Fan. (2004).  “Delaware Farmers’ Adoption of GE Soybeans in a Time of Uncertain U.S. Adoption.”  Agribusiness: An International Journal, 20: 81-94.

Dr. Joshua M. Duke:

Duke, Joshua M. 2004. Participation in agricultural land preservation programs: Parcel quality and a complex policy environment. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 33(1):34-49.

Duke, Joshua M. and Thomas W. Ilvento. 2004. A conjoint analysis of public preferences for agricultural land preservation. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 33(2):209-19.

Duke, Joshua M. and Robert Ehemann. 2004. An application of water scarcity pricing with varying threshold, elasticity, and deficit. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 59(2):59-65.

Duke, Joshua M. 2004. Institutions and land-use conflicts: Harm, dispute processing, and transactions. Journal of Economic Issues 38(1):227-52.

Duke, Joshua M., Eleonóra Marišová, Anna Bandlerová, and Jana Slovinska. 2004. Price repression in the Slovak agricultural land market. Land Use Policy 21(1):59-69.

Dr. Thomas W. Ilvento:

Duke, Joshua M. and Thomas W. Ilvento. 2004. A conjoint analysis of public preferences for agricultural land preservation. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 33(2):209-19.

Joshua M Duke, Thomas W Ilvento. Supplying Preservation: Landowner Behavior and the Delaware Agricultural Lands Preservation Program.  Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Delaware. (2004).

Dr. Kent D. Messer:

Messer, Kent D., Harry Mason Kaiser, and William D. Schulze. Status Quo Bias and Voluntary Contributions: Can Lab Experiments Parallel Real World Outcomes for Generic Advertising? Department of Applied Economics and Management, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cornell University, 2004.

Messer, Kent, Harry M. Kaiser, and William Schulze. “The Problem of Generic Advertising: An Experimental Analysis.” Department of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University (2004).

Schulze, William, et al. Stigma: The Psychology and Economics of Superfund. US Environmental Protection Agency, National Center for Environmental Economics, Office of Policy, Economics and Innovation, 2004.

Messer, K. D., and John Wolf. “Optimizing the conservation portfolio.” Exchange (2004): 11-14.

Schulze, William D., Gregory L. Poe, and Kent D. Messer. “Pure Altruism And The Valuation Of Risk: An Experimental Test Of The Johannesson, et al. Conjecture.” 2004 Annual meeting, August 1-4, Denver, CO. No. 20294. American Agricultural Economics Association (New Name 2008: Agricultural and Applied Economics Association), 2004.

Dr. Ulrich C. Toensmeyer:

Kothari, Mihir, Carl L. German, and Ulrich C. Toensmeyer. The Historical Basis Record For Grain And Soybeans In Delaware; Marketing Years 1999/00 To 2003/04. No. 15813. University of Delaware, Department of Food and Resource Economics, 2004.

Bernard, John C., and Ulrich C. Toensmeyer. “Experimental Investigation of Interactions in Willingness to Pay for Certified Organic and Non-Genetically Modified Foods.” Journal of Food Distribution Research 35, no. 1 (2004): 188-189.

German, Carl L., Richard VanVranken, Kathleen Klotzbach Shimomura, and Ulrich C. Toensmeyer. “The Mid-Atlantic Regional Food System Web Site.” Journal of Food Distribution Research 35, no. 1 (2004): 193-193.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES 2003

Dr. John C. Bernard:

GL Van Wicklen, ER Benson, S Ramasamy, JC Bernard. (2003). Predictive Time Model of an Anglia Autoflow Mechanical Chicken Catching System. Department of Food and Resource Economics.

Sudhakar, P., Krishnan, P., Bernard, J. C., & Ritter, W. F. (2003). Modeling Nitrogen Loading Rate to Delaware Lakes Using Regression and Neural Networks (No. 15824). University of Delaware, Department of Food and Resource Economics.

P Krishnan, P Sudhakar, WF Ritter, JC Bernard. (2003). Modeling Nitrate Loading Rate in Delaware Lakes Using Regression and Neural Networks. University of Delaware, Department of Food and Resources Economics.

Dr. Joshua M. Duke:

Duke, Joshua M. and Kristen A. Sentoff. 2003. Managing isolated wetlands after Solid Waste and Tahoe: The case of Delaware. Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law 18(2):355-76.

Duke, Joshua M. and Laura A. Csoboth. 2003. Increased scientific capacity and endangered species management: Lessons from the red wolf conflict.  Drake Journal of Agricultural Law 8(3):539-90.

Duke, Joshua M. and Ryan P. Jost. 2003. Promoting mediation in property rights conflicts. Land Economics 79(1):29-37.

Duke, Joshua M. and Scott A. Malcolm. 2003. Legal risk in agriculture: Right-to-farm laws and institutional change. Agricultural Systems 75(2-3):295-303.

Duke, Joshua M. 2003. A web-based interface for student peer review, problem-based learning, and peer pressure. Journal of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Education 32:52-6.

Dr. Paul Eggermont:

Acusta, Andre, Paul Eggermont, and Vincent Lariccia. “An EM algorithm for density estimation with randomly censored data.” Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation 73.3 (2003): 223-232.

Dr. Thomas W. Ilvento:

Rhonda Aull-Hyde, Thomas W Ilvento. Moving Beyond Chalk and Talk: Using Problem-Based-Learning In a Research Methods Course Sequence. Department of Food and Economic Resources, University of Delaware. (2003).

Dr. Kent D. Messer:

Messer, Kent Donald. Willingness to Pay for a Public Good, Habitat Conservation, and Poaching: Three Essays in Environmental Economics. 2003.

Dr. Ulrich C. Toensmeyer:

Tuttle, Amanda, Carl L. German, and Ulrich C. Toensmeyer. “The Historical Basis Record for Grain and Soybeans in Delaware; Marketing Years 1998/99 to 2002/03.” ER03-01, University of Delaware, http://ag. udel/departmetns/frec/PUBS (2003).

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES 2002

Dr. Joshua M. Duke:

Duke, Joshua M., Robert W. Ehemann, and John Mackenzie. 2002. The distributional effects of water quantity management strategies: A spatial analysis. The Review of Regional Studies 32(1):19-35.

Duke, Joshua M. and Rhonda Aull-Hyde. 2002. Identifying public preferences for land preservation using the analytic hierarchy process. Ecological Economics 42(1-2):131-45.

Dr. Steven E. Hastings:

Hastings, Steven E., Sara-Beth James, and Thomas W. Ilvento. “The effect of local economic development policy on employment growth in rural counties in the mid-Atlantic region.” (2002).

Dr. Thomas W. Ilvento:

Joshua M Duke, Thomas W Ilvento, Rhonda A Hyde. “Public support for land preservation: Measuring relative preferences in Delaware.”  University of Delaware, Department of Food and Resource Economics Research Reports. (2002).

Joshua M Duke, Thomas W Ilvento, John Mackenzie. Land use issues in Delaware Agriculture. Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE. (2002).

Steven E Hastings, Sara-Beth James, Thomas W Ilvento. The effect of local economic development policy on employment growth in rural counties in the mid-Atlantic region.  Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Delaware. (2002).

Lidia Rejto, Seoae Cho, Thomas W Ilvento. Statlab Annual Report, 2002.  University of Delaware, Department of Food and Resource Economics Research Reports. 2002.

Steven E Hastings, Dewey M Caron, Thomas W Ilvento, Joshua M Duke. Introducing problem-based learning techniques into the natural resources management curriculum at the University of Delaware. Natural Resources and Environmental Issues. 2002.

Rhonda A Hyde, Joshua M Duke, Thomas W Ilvento. Public Support for Land Preferences: Measuring Relative Preferences in Delaware. 2002.

Dr. Ulrich C. Toensmeyer:

Andrew, J., Craig R. Kreider, and Ulrich C. Toensmeyer. “Analysis of the Delaware Market.”

Wysocki, Allen F., Ulrich C. Toensmeyer, and John Park. “Offering Food-Distribution-Related Courses in Agricultural Economics Curricula: Perspectives from Across the US.” Journal of Food Distribution Research 33.1 (2002): 190-190.

German, Carl L., Richard VanVranken, Kathleen Klotzbach-Shimomura, and Ulrich C. Toensmeyer. “E-Business Applications Of The Mid-Atlantic Regional Food Systems Website.” Journal of Food Distribution Research 33, no. 01 (2002).

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES 2001

Dr. Paul Eggermont:

Paulus Petrus Bernardus Eggermont, Vincent N LaRiccia, VN LaRiccia. Maximum penalized likelihood estimation. Springer, 2001.

Dr. Ulrich C. Toensmeyer:

Cook, Khari A., Ulrich C. Toensmeyer, Carl L. German, and H. Reed Muller. “Statistical Analysis of Delaware’s Potato Industry.” Journal of Food Distribution Research 32, no. 1 (2001): 26-36.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES 2000

Dr. John C. Bernard:

Bernard, J.C. and W. Schulze. (2000).  Teaching Marginal Cost, Supply and Efficiency with an English Auction Experiment.  Journal of Economic Education, 31: 52-59.

WD Schulze, S Ede, R Zimmerman, J Bernard, T Mount, R Thomas, R Schuler.  (2000). Can Experimental Economics Help Guide Restructuring of Electric Power? the NSF/DOE/EPRI Sponsored Workshop on Future Research Directions for Complex Interactive Networks, Washington, D.C., November 16-17, 2000.

W Schulze, S Ede, RD Zimmerman, J Bernard, T Mount, RJ Thomas,  (2000). Experimental tests of the efficiency of competitive markets for electric power using PowerWeb. Proceedings of the AEA Annual Meeting,  Sat. Jan. 8, 2000, 10:15 am Westin, Adams room, ESA, Boston, MA.

Dr. Paul Eggermont:

Eggermont, Paul, and Vincent LaRiccia. “Almost Sure Asymptotic Optimality of Cross Validation for Spline Smoothing.” High Dimensional Probability II. Birkhäuser Boston, 2000. 425-441.

PPB Eggermont, VN LaRiccia. “Maximum likelihood estimation of smooth monotone and unimodal densities.” Annals of Statistics, 28:922-947.

Dr. Thomas W. Ilvento:

Loveridge, Scott, and Thomas W. Ilvento. “Factors Influencing Participation in BR&E Programs: A Study of Local Coordinators in Six States.” (2000).

Thomas W Ilvento, TVA Rural Studies. Community Opinions on Economic Development in the Rural South. University of Kentucky, Department of Agricultural Economics. (2000).

Thomas W Ilvento, Anil Rupasingha, TVA Rural Studies. Worker Attitudes Toward Skills Training in the Rural South. University of Kentucky, Department of Agricultural Economics. (2000).

Anil Rupasingha, Thomas W Ilvento, David Freshwater, TVA Rural Studies. Demand for Skills Training in the Rural South. University of Kentucky, Department of Agricultural Economics.” (2000).

Dr. Kent D. Messer:

Messer, Kent. “The poacher’s dilemma: the economics of poaching and enforcement.” Endangered Species Update 17.3 (2000): 50-56.

Messer, Kent D., Matthew J. Kotchen, and Michael R. Moore. “Can shade-grown coffee help conserve tropical biodiversity? A market perspective.” Endangered Species Update 17.6 (2000): 125-131.

Dietsch, T.V., Glander, K., Heinen, J.T., Hitzaler, S., Humphreys, J., Kotchen, M.J., Mason, R., Messer, K.D., Moore, M.R., Stinchcombe, J.R. and Tarica, K., 2000. Endangered species update, 17: 6 (November/December 2000).

Boyle, Paul, Michelle M. Hester, Rochelle Mason, Kent Messer, Bill Mott, Rachel Watkins Rogers, William J. Sydeman, and Julie A. Thayer. “Endangered species update, 17: 3 (May/June 2000).” (2000).

Dr. Ulrich C. Toensmeyer:

Cook, Khari A., Ulrich C. Toensmeyer, Carl L. German, and J. Richard Bacon. “An analysis of household consumption of fresh potatoes in Delaware.” Journal of Food Distribution Research 31, no. 1 (2000): 103-111.

Kuches, Kristy, Ulrich C. Toensmeyer, Carl L. German, and Jaime Kuklish. “The Impact of Respondents’ Characteristics on Purchasing Decisions.” Journal of Food Distribution Research 31, no. 1 (2000): 132-138.

Kuches, Kristy L., Ulrich C. Toensmeyer, and Carl L. German. “Consumers’ behavior regarding purchasing decisions in the fresh produce industry.” (2000).