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Jeffrey Englin

Morrison School of Agribusiness

Office:SANTN 235C
Mailing Address:
Main Campus
PO BOX 870180
Tempe, AZ 85287-0180

Phone: 480-727-1124
Fax: 480-727-1961 (staff & faculty) 480-727-1186 (PGM)
Email: Jeffrey.Englin@asu.edu
Jeffrey Englin

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B.S. in Economics, University of Minnesota (1979), M.A. in Economics, University of Washington (1980), Ph.D. in Economics, University of Washington (1986)

Academic Positions

Arizona State University 2011-present. Previous Appointments: Professor, University of Nevada, Reno, Visiting Professor, University of Alberta

Research Areas

Jeffrey Englin is a professor in the Morrison School of Agribusiness. He received his B.S. in economics from the University of Minnesota and his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Washington. His areas of expertise include the economic valuation of natural environments, outdoor recreational activities and forest disturbances. He has worked throughout North America and Europe. His current work focuses on long term effects of social change on the valuation of the environment.

Professional Leadership

North American member of the Selection Committee for the 2018 World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, Member of Faculty Council WP Carey School of Business (2013 – present), President of the National Association of Agricultural Economics Administrators (2006-2008) Editorial Board of the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (1993-1996)

Representative Publications

Aukema, JE., Leung B., Kovacs K., Chivers C., Britton KO., Englin, J., Frankel, SJ., Haight, RG., Holmes, TP., Liebhold, A., McCullough, DG., Von Holle, B. 2011. “Economic Impacts of Non-Native Forest Insects in the Continental United States.” PLoSONE 6(9): e24587. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0024587

Hilger, J. and J. Englin. 2009. “Utility Theoretic Semi-logarithmic Incomplete Demand Systems in a Natural Experiment: Forest Fire Impacts on Recreational Values and Use.” Resource and Energy Economics. 31:287-298.

Shonkwiler, J.S. and J. Englin. 2005. "Welfare losses due to grazing on public lands: A count data system-wide treatment." American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 87: 302-313

Moeltner, K. and J. Englin. 2004. “Choice Behavior under Dynamic Quality Changes: State Dependence Versus 'Play-It-By-Ear' in Selecting Ski Resorts.” Journal of Business and Economic Statistics. 22:214-224.

Cameron, T. and J. Englin. 1997. "Welfare Effects of Changes in Environmental Quality Under Individual Uncertainty About Use." Rand Journal of Economics. 28(0):S45-S70.

Englin, J. and J.S. Shonkwiler. 1995. "Estimating Social Welfare Using Count Data Models: An Application to Long Run Recreation Demand Under Conditions of Endogenous Stratification and Truncation." Review of Economics and Statistics. 77:104-112. 

ASU is a tier 1 research university and W. P. Carey is proud of its strong tradition of teaching and classroom excellence. Our students directly benefit from the research and theories our faculty brings into the classroom. Below is a list of courses being taught during the current semester by this faculty member. Click a course to view it in the ASU course catalog.

AGB 250 - Resource Allocation
Beginning class that focuses on the specific microeconomic principles that are needed to understand the food industry, agricultural production, food safety and production of renewable natural resources. Focuses extensively on the detailed information that students need to understand the nuances of specific issues associated with the food, agriculture and renewable natural resources, including a keen understanding of monopolistic competition, the economic rationale for governmental regulation, effects of property rights on renewable resources, agricultural price supports, prospect theory and behavioral economics.

AGB 484 - Internship
Structured practical experience following a contract or plan, supervised by faculty and practitioners.

AGB 499 - Individualized Instruction
Provides an opportunity for original study or investigation in the major or field of specialization on an individual and more autonomous basis. Neither a substitute for a catalog course nor a means of taking a catalog course on an individual basis. Requires application well in advance of regular registration with the student's advisor, the advisor's signature, and approval by both the instructor with whom the student will work and the chair of the department offering the course.

AGB 702 - Adv AGB II: Applied Econometr
Econometric analysis techniques applied to multinomial and count models, welfare economics, demand models and maximum likelihood estimation using STATA.

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