Eric Stuen
Eric Stuen
Associate Professor of Economics, University of Idaho
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Skilled immigration and innovation: evidence from enrolment fluctuations in US doctoral programmes
ET Stuen, AM Mobarak, KE Maskus
The Economic Journal 122 (565), 1143-1176, 2012
University reputation and technology commercialization: evidence from nanoscale science
J Lee, E Stuen
The Journal of Technology Transfer 41, 586-609, 2016
An analysis of wine critic consensus: A study of Washington and California wines
ET Stuen, JR Miller, RW Stone
Journal of Wine Economics 10 (1), 47-61, 2015
Doctoral students and US immigration policy
KE Maskus, AM Mobarak, ET Stuen
Science 342 (6158), 562-563, 2013
The effects of social networks on the flow of international students
ET Stuen, S Ramirez
The World Economy 42 (2), 509-529, 2019
When is a wine a bargain? A comparison of popular and regression-based approaches
JR Miller, RW Stone, ET Stuen
Journal of Wine Research 26 (2), 153-168, 2015
Spatial price premium transmission for Meat Standards Australia‐graded cattle: the vulnerability of price premiums to outside shocks
LE Morales, N Hoang, E Stuen
Australian journal of agricultural and resource economics 61 (4), 590-609, 2017
Tests for Convergence Toward a Signalling Equilibrium: The Case of California Cabernet Sauvignon.
JR Miller, RW Stone, ET Stuen, M Barker
Journal of Business & Economic Studies 17 (1), 2011
Aggregate evidence of localized academic knowledge transfer in the U.S
E Stuen
Economics Bulletin 33 (2), 1468-1478, 2013
International graduate education and innovation: Evidence and issues for East Asian technology policy
KE Maskus, AM Mobarak, ET Stuen
Asian Economic Papers 6 (3), 78-94, 2007
The effects of knowledge spillovers and vineyard proximity on winery clustering
E Stuen, H Liao, J Miller
Journal of Wine Economics 17 (3), 241-256, 2022
Three essays on the economics of science and innovation
ET Stuen
University of Colorado at Boulder, 2008
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