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Sheriff, Glenn

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Current Research Interests:
Agriculture and environmental policy
Regulatory design/instrument choice and incentives
Monitoring and enforcement issues
Invasive Species
Environmental Justice
E-mail:
sheriff.glenn@epa.gov
Job Title:
Economist
Division/Office:
Benefits Assessment and Methods Development Division
Joined Program:
2009
Education:
Ph.D., Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maryland, 2004

M.S., Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maryland, 2000

B.S., Foreign Service, Georgetown University, 1993
Previous Experience:
Deputy Assistant Director for Energy and Climate Change, White House Council on Environmental Quality, 2011-2012
Assistant Professor, Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs, 2003 – 2009
Consultant, Inter-American Development Bank, 1994-1997
Selected Publications:
"Optimal mechanisms for heterogeneous multi-cell aquifers" Stergios Athanassoglou, Glenn Sheriff, Tobias Siegfried, and Wonghee Tim Hu in Environmental and Resource Economics. 2012; 52(2): 265-291.

Maguire K., Sheriff G. Comparing Distributions of Environmental Outcomes for Regulatory Environmental Justice Analysis.International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2011; 8(5):1707-1726.

Sheriff, G. and D. Osgood. "Disease forecasts and livestock health disclosure: A Shepherd’s Dilemma." American Journal of Agricultural Economics (2010) 92 (3): 776-788

Mueller, V. and G. Sheriff. "On Hedonic Valuation of Urban Amenities Using Unbalanced Data." Land Economics 86(August 2010):545-551.

Sheriff, G. "Implementing Second-Best Environmental Policy under Adverse Selection." Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. 57(May 2009):253-268.

Sheriff, G. "Optimal Environmental Regulation of Politically Influential Sectors with Asymmetric Information." Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. 55(January 2008):72-89.


Sheriff, G. "Efficient Waste? Why Farmers Over-apply Nutrients and the Implications for Policy Design." Review of Agricultural Economics. 27 (Winter 2005):542-557.


Sheriff, G. "Measuring Profit Efficiency with McFadden's Gauge Function." Economics Letters. 88(August 2005):272-277.

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