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J.E. Warren Distinguished Professor of Energy and Environment Emeritus
BU 288 W
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My published research has encompassed nearly all areas of resource and environmental economics with particular emphasis upon human capital formation, valuation, and mechanism design issues. In recent years I have mainly focused on the joint determination of ecological and economic systems, and the impact of ambient and household environmental states and changes on children's human capital formation.
Agee, M. D., & Crocker, T. D. (2010). Directional heterogeneity of environmental disamenities: the impact of crematory operations on adjacent residential values. Applied Economics, 42(14), 1735-1745.
Agee, M. D., Atkinson, S. E., & Crocker, T. D. (2012). Child maturation, time-invariant, and time-varying inputs: their interaction in the production of child human capital. Journal of Productivity Analysis, 38(1), 29-44.
Nastis, S. A., & Crocker, T. D. (2012). Valuing mother and child health: The intrauterine environment. Economics & Human Biology, 10(3), 318-328.