Joseph Little

Dr. Joe Little

MS Resource & Applied Economics Program Director
Associate Professor, Economics
Office 209A, Bunnell Building
(907) 474-2711

Research and Scholarly Interests

Applied Microeconomics

Environmental Economics

Non-market Valuation


2005 Ph.D. University of New Mexico, Economics

Recent Publications

Gilbert, S. L., Sivy, K. J., Pozzanghera, C. B., DuBour, A., Overduijn, K., Smith, Matthew M., Zhou, Jiake, Little, Joseph M. and Prugh, Laura R. (in press, 2016). Socioeconomic Benefits of Large Carnivore Recolonization Through Reduced Wildlife-Vehicle Collisions. Conservation Letters.

Cunningham, K. W., Little, J., & Montogmery, M. N. (2013). Satellite Remote Sensing & Carbon Market Transparency.Advances in Forestry Letters (AFL), 2 (3), 43-47.

Maher, K., Little, J. M., & Champ, P. A. (2013). Insights from a Harvest Trip Model for Non-Timber Forest Products in the Interior of Alaska. USDA Rocky Mountain Research Station Research Note, 1-11, doi: Research Note RMRS-RN-60.

Little, J. M., Broadbent, C. D., & Berrens, R. P. (2012). Meta-Analysis of the Probability of Disparity between Actual and Hypothetical Valuation Responses: Extension and Preliminary New Results.Western Economics Forum, 11 (1), 1-12.

Prante, T. & Little, J. (2011). Inducing Private Wildfire Risk Mitigation: Experimental Investigation of Measures on Adjacent Public Lands.Journal of Forest Economics (17), 415-431.

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