Joe Little, Ph.D.
Program Director, MS Economics
Assistant Professor, Economics
Room 213C, Bunnell Building
Research: Economics of Outdoor Recreation, Public Lands Management, Non-Market Valuation, and Rural Economic Development
Teaching: Principles of Micro/Macro, Intermediate Micro, Econometrics, Natural Resource/Environmental Economics, and Public Finance
Recent Refereed Publications
Prante, T. & Little, J. (in press, 2011). Inducing Private Wildfire Risk Mitigation: Experimental Investigation of Measures on Adjacent Public Lands. Journal of Forest Economics.
Little, J. M. & Berrens, R. P. (2008). The Southwestern Market for Big-Game Hunting Permits and Services: A Hedonic Pricing Analysis. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 13 (3), 143-157.
Little, J. M., Grimsrud, K., Champ, P., & Berrens, R. (2006). Investigation of Stated and Revealed Preferences for an Elk Hunting Raffle. Land Economics, 82 (623-640).
Little, J. M., Berrens, R. P., & Champ, P. A. (2005). Uncharted Territory--The Charter Forest Experiment on the Valles Caldera National Preserve: An Initial Economic and Policy Analysis. Natural Resources Journal, 45 (1), 33-75.
Little, J. M. & Berrens, R. (2004). Explaining Disparities between Actual and Hypothetical Stated Values: Further Investigation using Meta-Analysis. Economics Bulletin, 3 (6), 1-13.