Joshua M. Duke
Joshua M. Duke
Auburn University, Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology
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Does willingness to pay for green energy differ by source?
AM Borchers, JM Duke, GR Parsons
Energy policy 35 (6), 3327-3334, 2007
Identifying public preferences for land preservation using the analytic hierarchy process
JM Duke, R Aull-Hyde
Ecological Economics 42 (1-2), 131-145, 2002
The Oxford handbook of land economics
JM Duke, JJ Wu
Oxford University Press, 2014
An experiment on the consistency of aggregated comparison matrices in AHP
R Aull-Hyde, S Erdogan, JM Duke
European journal of operational research 171 (1), 290-295, 2006
Willingness to pay for agricultural land preservation and policy process attributes: Does the method matter?
RJ Johnston, JM Duke
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 89 (4), 1098-1115, 2007
Willingness to pay for land preservation across states and jurisdictional scale: implications for benefit transfer
RJ Johnston, JM Duke
Land Economics 85 (2), 217-237, 2009
Cost-effective conservation planning: Lessons from economics
JM Duke, SJ Dundas, KD Messer
Journal of environmental management 125, 126-133, 2013
Conserving spatially explicit benefits in ecosystem service markets: experimental tests of network bonuses and spatial targeting
JR Fooks, N Higgins, KD Messer, JM Duke, D Hellerstein, L Lynch
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 98 (2), 468-488, 2016
Behavior in a spatially explicit groundwater resource: Evidence from the lab
JF Suter, JM Duke, KD Messer, HA Michael
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 94 (5), 1094-1112, 2012
A conjoint analysis of public preferences for agricultural land preservation
JM Duke, TW Ilvento
Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 33 (2), 209-219, 2004
Sustainable agricultural management contracts: Using choice experiments to estimate the benefits of land preservation and conservation practices
JM Duke, AM Borchers, RJ Johnston, S Absetz
Ecological Economics 74, 95-103, 2012
Adverse selection in reverse auctions for ecosystem services
MA Arnold, JM Duke, KD Messer
Land Economics 89 (3), 387-412, 2013
Prioritizing payment for environmental services: Using nonmarket benefits and costs for optimal selection
JM Duke, SJ Dundas, RJ Johnston, KD Messer
Ecological Economics 105, 319-329, 2014
Farmland retention techniques: Property rights implications and comparative evaluation
JM Duke, L Lynch
Land Economics 82 (2), 189-213, 2006
Participation in agricultural land preservation programs: parcel quality and a complex policy environment
JM Duke
Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 33 (1), 34-49, 2004
Socioeconomic adjustments and choice experiment benefit function transfer: evaluating the common wisdom
RJ Johnston, JM Duke
Resource and Energy Economics 32 (3), 421-438, 2010
Do labels that convey minimal, redundant, or no information affect consumer perceptions and willingness to pay?
JC Bernard, JM Duke, SE Albrecht
Food Quality and Preference 71, 149-157, 2019
Benefit transfer equivalence tests with non-normal distributions
RJ Johnston, JM Duke
Environmental and Resource Economics 41, 1-23, 2008
The causal structure of land price determinants
TO Awokuse, JM Duke
Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics/Revue canadienne d'agroeconomie …, 2006
The distributional effects of water quantity management strategies: a spatial analysis
JM Duke, RW Ehemann, J Mackenzie
Review of Regional Studies 32 (1), 19-35, 2002
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