Associate Professor, Environmental Sciences, Riverside Campus
Fields of interest: Economics of nonpoint source pollution, nonmarket valuation, deforestation in developing countries, alternative regulatory instruments for pollution control, applied econometrics
- Ken Baerenklau, Kurt Schwabe, and Ariel Dinar. 2014. “Allocation-Based Water Pricing Promotes Conservation While Keeping User Costs Low.” ARE Update 17(6): 1-4. University of California Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics.