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Lee G. Anderson
Professor of Earth, Ocean, Environment and Economics
- Ph.D., Economics, University of Washington, 1970
- B.S., Economics, Brigham Young University, 1966
- Natural resource economics
- Economics of Fisheries
- Benefit/cost analysis
Activities and Honors:
- President. International Institute of Fisheries, Economics, and Trade
- Advisory Board, Marine Resource Economics Journal
- Editorial Council, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management
- Consultant: Governments of New Zealand and Australia, Great Lakes Fishery Commission, National Academy of Sciences, U.S. Department of State, U.S. General Accounting Office, World Bank
- Grants: Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, National Marine Fisheries Service, National Science Foundation, Sea Grant, USAID
- Fisheries Economics: A Collection of Readings, Volumes I and II, (editor), Ashgate Publishing Company, 2001.
- "The Effects of ITQ Implementation: A Dynamic Approach" Natural Resource Modeling, 13(4):435-470, 2000.
- "Open Access Fisheries Utilization with an Endogenous Regulatory Structure: An Expanded Analysis." Annals of Operation Research 94:231-257, 2000
- "Selection of a Property Rights Management System." in Ross Shotton (ed) Use of Property Rights in Fisheries Management FAO Fisheries Technical Paper 404/1. FAO Rome, 26-38, 2000.
- "The Barents Sea Fishery" (with Olav Schram Stokke and Natalia Mirovitskaya) in Oran R. Young (ed) The Effectiveness of International Environmental Regimes, MIT Press,1999.
- "The Microeconomics of Vessel Behavior: A Detailed Short-run Analysis of the Effects of Regulation." Marine Resource Economics 14(2):129-150, 1999.
- "ITQs in Share System Fisheries: Implications for Efficiency, Distribution, and Tax Policy" in Ragnar Arnason and Hannes H. Gissurarson (eds) Individual Transferable Quotas in Theory and Practice, University of Iceland Press, Reykjavik 169-184,1999.