Bruce E. Lindsay

Current Research

  • Economics of Terrorism
  • Costs and Benefits of Natural Resource Planning
  • Socioeconomic Impacts of Aquacultural Operations
  • Economic Impact of the New Hampshire Commercial Fisheries Industry on the State Economy
  • Economic Impact of the New Hampshire Port on the State Economy

Education

  • 1976 Ph.D. Resource Economics, University of Massachusetts
  • 1973 M.S. Agricultural Economics, University of Massachusetts
  • 1971 B.A. Economics, King's College, 1971

Teaching Responsibilities

  • EREC 409: Catastrophe and Terrorism
  • EREC 411: Environmental and Resource Economics Perspectives
  • EREC 611: Marine Resource Economics
  • EREC 627: Community Economics
  • EREC 708/RECO 808: Environmental Economics

Bruce Lindsay

Professor,
Environmental and
Resource Economics

  bruce.lindsay@unh.edu
  603-862-3923


Selected Publications

"Factors Influencing Resident Attitudes Regarding the Land Application of Biosolids", American Journal of Alternative Agriculture, 2000 (with Haonjiang Zhou and John Halstead).

"Influences on Individual Initiative to Use Gypsy Moth Control in New Hampshire" Environmental Management, 1993 (with Jeff Miller)
"Willingness to Pay for a State Gypsy Moth Control Program in New Hampshire: A Contingent Valuation Case Study" Journal of Economic Entomology, 1993 (with Jeff Miller).

"The Willingness to Pay for Groundwater Protection" Water Resources Research (with Steven Shultz), 1990

Professional Presentations and Honors

Advisor to Winner of the 1989 Outstanding Thesis Award, Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association. Master of Science Thesis, Steven D. Shultz. "Willingness to Pay for Groundwater Protection in Dover, NH: A Contingent Valuation Approach". University of New Hampshire, 1989

Selected Service Activities

  • American Agricultural Economics Association (AAEA)
  • American Water Resources Association
  • Northeast Business and Economics Association
  • Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association