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Joshua M. Duke
Professor of Food and Resource Economics
Professor of Economics
205 Townsend Hall
- Ph.D., University of Wisconsin - Madison, 1998
- M.S., University of Rochester, 1994
- B.A., University of Vermont, 1992
- Environmental Economics
- Environmental Law
- Law and Economics
Activities and Honors:
- Editor (with Titus O. Awokuse), Agricultural and Resource Economics Review
- Editorial Board, Land Economics
- Chair’s Award for Academic Excellence (outstanding research and instructional impact), Dept. of Food and Res. Econ., Univ. of Del.
- New Castle County Farmland Advisory Committee, Del., Appointed by County Executive
- Executive Board Member (elected), Northeastern Agric. and Res. Econ. Assoc.
- Faculty Advisory Board of the Center for Teaching Effectiveness, Univ. of Del.
- “Duke, Joshua M., Allison M. Borchers, Robert J. Johnston, and Sarah Absetz. 2012. Sustainable agricultural management contracts: Using choice experiments to estimate the benefits of land preservation and conservation practices. Ecological Economics 74:95-103.
- Borchers, Allison M. and Joshua M. Duke. Capitalization and proximity to agricultural and natural lands: Evidence from Delaware. Forthcoming at J. of Environmental Management.
- Duke, Joshua M. Forthcoming. Property rights and the environment. In Encyclopedia of Energy, Natural Resources, and Environment, ed. Jason Shogren.
- Johnston, Robert J. and Joshua M. Duke. 2010. The importance of socioeconomic adjustments within choice experiment benefit function transfer: Is the common wisdom correct? Resource and Energy Economics 32(3):421-438.
- Duke, Joshua M. and Robert J. Johnston. 2010. Nonmarket valuation of multifunctional farm and forest preservation, pp. 124-142 in New Perspectives on Agri-Environmental Policies: A Multidisciplinary and Transatlantic Approach, ed. Stephan J. Goetz and Floor Brouwer. New York: Routledge.
- Klaus Moeltner, Robert J. Johnston, Randall S. Rosenberger, and Joshua M. Duke. 2009. Benefit transfer from multiple contingent experiments: A flexible two-step model combining individual choice data with community characteristics. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 91(5):1335-42.
- Johnston, Robert J. and Joshua M. Duke. 2009. Informing preservation of multifunctional agriculture when primary research is unavailable: An application of Meta-Analysis. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 91(5):1353-59.
- Johnston, Robert J. and Joshua M. Duke. 2009. Willingness to pay for land preservation across states and jurisdictional scale: Implications for benefit transfer. Land Economics 85(2):217-37.
- Duke, Joshua M. and Titus O. Awokuse. 2009. Assessing the effect of bilateral collaborations on learning outcomes. Review of Agricultural Economics 31(2):344-358.
- Johnston, Robert J. and Joshua M. Duke. 2008. Benefit transfer equivalence tests with non-normal distributions. Environmental and Resource Economics 41:1-23.
- Johnston, Robert J. and Joshua M. Duke. 2007. Willingness to pay for agricultural land preservation and policy process attributes: Does the method matter? American Journal of Agricultural Economics 89(4):1098-1115
- Duke, Joshua M. and Lori Lynch. 2007. Gauging support for innovative farmland preservation techniques. Policy Sciences 40:123-55
- Borchers, Allison M., Joshua M. Duke, and George R. Parsons. 2007. Does willingness to pay for green energy differ by source? Energy Policy 35:3327-34