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Economics and Finance|College of Business

Anteneh Tilahun Tesfaw

Dissertation Title: Essays on the Economics of Competing Land Uses Under Multiple Intergenerational Transfer Motives and Property Right Regimes.

Advisor:  Dr. Edward Barbier

Job Market Paper: Do Intergenerational Land Transfer Motives Induce Conservation? Theory and Plot-Level Evidence

Research Fields:  Natural Resource and Environmental Economics, Applied Microeconomics, Development Economics, International Trade

Teaching Fields: Natural Resource and Environmental Economics, Microeconomics, Quantitative Methods

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