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Alfedo Cisneros-Pineda

Alfredo Cisneros-Pineda is a researcher with experience integrating the disciplines of economics and ecology. Using spatial, land-use, and computable general equilibrium models, his research focuses on the unexpected consequences of introducing disturbances into interconnected ecosystems, where animal and plant species are linked through predator-prey relationships.

PhD Advisor: David Aadland

Job Market Paper: "Broken routes: A spatial and bioeconomic model to minimize the impact of development on migratory species."

Dissertation Title: "Ecosystem externalities: Timing, location, and intensity of human disturbances."

Research Fields: Interdisciplinary: Economics and Ecology; Computable General Equilibrium Models; Spatial Economics; Land-Use Models; Ecosystem Services; Economic Valuation.

Teaching Fields: Principles of Microeconomics, Intermediate Microeconomics, Econometrics, Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, Mathematics, and other courses related to Mathematics.


Curriculum Vitae


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