An article investigating the influence of articles, journals, authors and institutions in environmental and ecological economics during the years 2000-2009, a period of growing importance in the field, ranked Andrew Young School professors Paul J. Ferraro and Spencer Banzhaf among the top 50 authors in this field.
The article titled “Environmental and Ecological Economics in the 21st Century: An Age Adjusted Citation Analysis of the Influential Articles, Journals, Authors and Institutions” and published in Ecological Economics (May 2012), analyzes more than 6,500 studies from institutions and authors around the globe to produce its rankings.
Recent articles by Dr. Banzhaf:
Kroetz, K., Sanchirico, J. N., Armsworth, P. R., & Spencer Banzhaf, H. H. (2014). Benefits of the ballot box for species conservation. Ecology Letters, 17(3), 294.
Banzhaf, H. Spencer. (2013). On Fiscal Illusion in Local Public Finance: Re-Examining Ricardian Equivalence and the Renter Effect. National Tax Journal, 66(3), 511-540.
Banzhaf, H. Spencer, Fitzgerald, T., & Schnier, K. (2013). Nonregulatory Approaches to the Environment: Coasean and Pigouvian Perspectives. Review Of Environmental Economics & Policy, 7(2), 238-258.
Recent articles by Dr. Ferraro:
Fisher, Brendan, Andrew Balmford, Paul J. Ferraro, et al. 2014. “Moving Rio Forward and Avoiding 10 More Years with Little Evidence for Effective Conservation Policy.” Conservation Biology 28, no. 3: 880-882.
Ferraro, P. J., & Hanauer, M. M. (2014). Quantifying causal mechanisms to determine how protected areas affect poverty through changes in ecosystem services and infrastructure. Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences Of The United States Of America, 111(11), 4332-4337.
Ferraro, P. J., & Miranda, J. (2014). The performance of non-experimental designs in the evaluation of environmental programs: A design-replication study using a large-scale randomized experiment as a benchmark. Journal Of Economic Behavior And Organization.