Jeffrey Englin currently serves as a professor in the Morrison School of Agribusiness.
He previously served as director of the Morrison School and was professor and chair at the University of Nevada, Reno, a visiting scientist with the Canadian Forest Service, a visiting professor at the University of Alberta, and was a senior research economist at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
Aukema, JE., Leung B., Kovacs K., Chivers C., Britton KO., Englin, J., Frankel, SJ., Haight, RG., Holmes, TP., Liebhold, A., McCullough, DG., Von Holle, B. 2011. “Economic Impacts of Non-Native Forest Insects in the Continental United States.” PLoSONE 6(9): e24587. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0024587
Cameron, T. and J. Englin. 1997. “Welfare Effects of Changes in Environmental Quality Under Individual Uncertainty About Use.” Rand Journal of Economics. 28(0):S45-S70.
Englin, J. and J.S. Shonkwiler. 1995. “Estimating Social Welfare Using Count Data Models: An Application to Long Run Recreation Demand Under Conditions of Endogenous Stratification and Truncation.” Review of Economics and Statistics. 77:104-112.
Hilger, J. and J. Englin. 2009. “Utility Theoretic Semi-logarithmic Incomplete Demand Systems in a Natural Experiment: Forest Fire Impacts on Recreational Values and Use.” Resource and Energy Economics. 31:287-298.
Moeltner, K. and J. Englin. 2004. “Choice Behavior under Dynamic Quality Changes: State Dependence Versus ‘Play-It-By-Ear’ in Selecting Ski Resorts.” Journal of Business and Economic Statistics. 22:214-224.