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My research is focused around the principle of creating value through ideas. In most of my research I have focused on developing public policies to improve social welfare, taking into account the coupling between human and natural systems. My research seeks to understand (1) how coupled human and natural systems co-evolve over time and space in the presence of regime shifts, uncertainty, market failure and behavioral failures, and (2) how we can use information about the coupling between human and natural systems to construct public policies in the face of current and future threats and move society towards more sustainable outcomes. In this work I have recently:
Horan, R. D., Finnoff, D., Berry, K., Reeling, C., & Shogren, J. F. (2018). Managing Wildlife Faced with Pathogen Risks Involving Multi-Stable Outcomes. Environmental and Resource Economics, 70(3), 713-730.
Lee, K. D., Finnoff, D., & Daszak, P. (2018). Impacts of Pathogen Introduction Risk on Importer Behavior and Gains from Trade in the Livestock Industry. EcoHealth, 15(2), 317-326.
Horan, R. D., Fenichel, E. P., Finnoff, D., & Reeling, C. (2018). A portfolio-balancing approach to natural capital and liabilities: managing livestock and wildlife diseases with cross-species transmission. Environmental and resource economics, 70(3), 673-689.