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Walsh, Patrick

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Current Research Interests:
Benefit Transfer
Coastal resource valuation
Hedonic Analysis
Land cleanup and reuse
Non-market valuation
Spatial Dependence
Water Quality Valuation
Job Title:
Research and Program Support Division
Joined Program:
Ph.D., Economics, University of Central Florida, 2009
M.A., Economics, University of Central Florida, 2007
B.A., Economics, Salisbury University, 2004
B.A., Communication/Political Science, Salisbury University, 2004
Selected Publications:
“The Implicit Price of Aquatic Grasses.” (2014) Dennis Guignet, Charles Griffiths, Heather Klemick, and Patrick J. Walsh, NCEE Working Paper Series No. 2014-06

“Prevention, Cleanup, and Reuse Benefits from the Federal UST Program.” (2014) Robin R. Jenkins, Dennis Guignet, and Patrick J. Walsh NCEE Working Paper Series No. 2014-05

“Explaining the Appearance and Success of Open Space Referenda.” (2013) Heintzelman, Martin, Patrick J. Walsh, and Dustin Grzeskowiak, Ecological Economics, 95: 108-117.

“Spatial Hedonic Valuation of a Multi-use Urban Wetland in Southern California” (2013) Frey, Elaine, Marissa B. Palin, Patrick J. Walsh, and Christine R. Whitcraft, Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, 42(2): 387-402.

“Water Quality Indices and Benefit-Cost Analysis.” (2013) Walsh, Patrick and William Wheeler, Journal of Benefit Cost Analysis 4(1): 81-105.

"A Multi-method, Spatial Approach for Explaining the Appearance and Passage of Open Space referenda", Martin D. Heintzelman, Patrick J. Walsh, Dustin J. Grzeskowiak, NCEE Working Paper Series # 2012-02 (2012)

"The Property Price Effects of Abating Nutrient Pollutants in Urban housing Markets," Walsh, Patrick, David Scrogin, and J. Walter Milon in "Economic Incentives for Stormwater Control", edited by Hale Thurston, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. (2011).

"The Spatial Extent of Property Price Benefits in Urban Housing Markets." Walsh, Patrick, David Scrogin, and J. Walter Milon. Land Economics,November 2011, 87(4): 628 - 644.

"EPA Valuation of Surface Water Quality Improvements" Griffiths, Charles, Heather Klemick, Matt Massey, Chris Moore, Steve Newbold, David Simpson, Patrick Walsh, and Will Wheeler Review of Environmental Economics and Policy

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