Brian Danley

danleyb@uw.edu

Office Location

Bloedel 355

Website

https://briandanley.github.io/index.html

Sponsoring Faculty

Sergey Rabotyagov

Education

Ph.D., Economics (Environment and Natural Resources) Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
M.A., Economics, University of Kansas
B.A., International Relations and Economics, William Jewell College

Research

My primary research interest is applying economic analysis and environmental psychology to public policy issues, with a particular focus on forestry and marine species conservation. My specialty is quantitive analysis of survey data including: discrete choice analysis, latent class modeling and clustering techniques, and multivariate statistics.

Teaching

I have taught courses at the undergraduate, masters, and Ph.D level in microeconomics, environmental and natural resource economics, and forest policy. I give lectures in both English and Swedish.

Current Projects

I am currently evaluating the impact of the Forest and Fish Agreement on Small Forestland Owners in the state of Washington as part of the report commissioned in Washington state senate bill SB5330.

Selected Publications

Danley, B., 2019. Forest owner objectives typologies: instruments for each owner type or instruments for most owner types? Forest Policy and Economics. 105. 72-82. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.forpol.2019.05.018

Aguilar, F.X., Kelly, M.C., Danley, B., 2019. Total Economic Value, Forest Ecosystem Services and the Role of Public Policy Instruments in the Creation and Destruction of Forest Values. In Hujala T., Toppinen A., Butler, B. (eds) Services in Family Forestry. World Forests, vol 24. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-28999-7_6

Danley, B., 2018. Skepticism of state action in forest certification and voluntary set-asides: a Swedish example with two environmental offsetting options. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research. (33), 7. 695-707. https://doi.org/10.1080/02827581.2018.1479442

Danley, B., Widmark, C., 2016. Evaluating conceptual definitions of ecosystem services and their implications. Ecological Economics. 126. 132- 138. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2016.04.003

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