Peer-Reviewed Publications

[10] Environmental and Natural Resource Economics and Systemic Racism (with Amy Ando, Titus Awokuse, Nathan Chan, Sumeet Gulati, Matthew Interis, Sarah Jacobson, Dale Manning, & Samuel Stolper) Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, Accepted. [RFF Working Paper] [RFF Blog Post]

[9] Teaching Environmental and Natural Resource Economics: A Review of the Economic Education Literature (with Jill Caviglia-Harris and John Whitehead) – International Review of Environmental and Resource Economics, 15(3): 235-369, 2021

[8] Design and Implementation of a multi-site evaluation of team-based learning (with Kate Silz-Carson et al.) The Journal of Economic Education, 2021

[7] Emergency Online Learning: College Students’ Perceptions During the COVID-19 Pandemic (with Sara Silverstein et al.) College Student Journal, 55(1): 29-46, 2021.

[6] Funding Campus Sustainability through a Green Fee—Estimating Students’ Willingness to Pay (with Heyi Cheng* and Sierra Arral*) Sustainability, 13(5): 2528, 2021. [Open Access]

[5] Trust and the Media: Perceptions of Climate Change News Sources among U.S. College Students (with Heyi Cheng*) Postdigital Science and Education, Online First, 2020.

[4] Exploring Academic Collaborative Opportunities between Lasallian Colleges and Their Potential Impact (with Shawna BuShell et al.) AXIS: Journal of Lasallian Higher Education, 11(1), 2020. [Open Access]

[3] What Determines Financial Knowledge among College Students? (with Amira Annabi and Fabian Mueller**) Journal of Financial Education, 44(2): 344-366, Winter 2018.

[2] Using Insights from Prospect Theory to Enhance Sustainable Decision Making by Agribusinesses in Argentina (with Poonam Arora and Guillermo Podesta) Sustainability, 10(8): 2693, 2018. [Open Access]

[1] An Overview of Carbon Offsets from Agriculture (with Catherine L. Kling and Adriana Valcu) Annual Reviews of Resource Economics, 4: 145-160, 2012.

Note: *Undergraduate student; ** MBA student

Other Publications

Cover Crop Adoption Decisions in Iowa: Insights from an In-Person Survey (with et al.) Agricultural Policy Review, Center for Agricultural and Rural Development, Iowa State University, Spring: 4-5, 2017.

Agricultural Land Use Change in The Corn Belt (with Yongjie Ji) – Land Use Change Maps Over the Years Agricultural Policy Review, Center for Agricultural and Rural Development, Iowa State University, Spring: 1-3, 2015.

Working Papers


The Effectiveness of a Green Default Nudge in Achieving Resource Conservation (2022)

Green Behaviors among Undergraduate Students: A Case Study at a Private College in New York City (with Sierra Arral and Veronica Cheng) (2022). Available at SSRN: or

Cost-Share Effectiveness in the Diffusion of a New Pollution Abatement Technology in Agriculture: The Case of Cover Crops in Iowa (with J. Gordon Arbuckle Jr.)

Double-dipping in Environmental Markets under Two Second Best Scenarios (with Catherine L. Kling)


Only ours, not yours: When and why populist beliefs narrow group cooperation (with Hillie Aaldering and Poonam Arora)

Gender Specific Risk Preferences, Intra-Household Bargaining, and Investment Decisions: Experimental Evidence from Rural Cameroon (with Niccolo Meriggi and Max Eber)

Investor Perceptions of Target-Only Social Disclosures (with Amanda Sanseverino and Kelly Cwik)


What is the Marginal Benefit of Team-Based Learning Application Exercises? Results from a Multi-Site, Randomized Controlled Evaluation (with Kate Silz Carson, Craig Heinicke, Mark Maier, Phil Ruder, Scott Simkins, Hiuko Adams, James “Michael” Latham, and Lucy Malakar)

Work in Progress

The Effect of Nudges on the Willingness to Accept to Adopt Cover Crops (with Catherine L. Kling and Dave Keiser) –Funded by USDA-ERS

Estimating the Value of a Disc Golf Course with Revealed and Stated Preferences (with Kenny Liao, Kevin Meyer, and Tori Adams)

Tossing Discs and Saving Cash: How Disc Golfers Respond to Park Entrance Fees (with Kenny Liao, Kevin Meyer, and Tori Adams)

Combining Media and Team-Based Learning Application Exercises to Engage Students.


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