Lueck, Dean and Dominic P. Parker. 2021. Federal Funding and State Wildlife Conservation. Land Economics
Leonard, Bryan, Shawn Regan, Christopher Costello, Suzi Kerr, Dominic P. Parker, Andrew J. Plantinga, James Salzman, V. Kerry Smith, and Temple Stoellinger. 2021. Allow Non-Use Rights to Conserve Natural Resources. Science 373(6558): 958-961.
Raynor, Jennifer, Corbett Grainger, and Dominic P. Parker. 2021. Wolves Make Roadways Safer, Generating Large Economic Returns to Predator Conservation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118(22): 1-10
Frye, Dustin and Dominic P. Parker. 2021. Indigenous Self-Governance and Development on American Indian Reservations. American Economic Association (AEA) Papers and Proceedings 111: 233-237.
Jacobsen, Grant D., Dominic P. Parker and Justin Winikoff. 2021. Are Resource Booms a Blessing or a Curse? Evidence from People (not Places) Journal of Human Resources
Leonard, Bryan and Dominic P. Parker. 2021. Fragmented Ownership and Natural Resource Use: Evidence from the Bakken The Economic Journal 131(635): 1215-1249.
Leonard, Bryan, Dominic P. Parker and Terry L. Anderson. 2020. Land Quality, Land Rights, and Indigenous Poverty . Journal of Development Economics 43: 102435
Parker, Dominic P. and Walter N. Thurman. 2019. Private Land Conservation and Public Policy . Annual Review of Resource Economics 11: 337-354
Rissman, Adena R., Amy W. Morriss, Alexey Kalinin, Patrice A. Kohl, Dominic P. Parker, and Owen Selles. 2019. Private Organizations, Public Data: Land Trust Choices about Mapping Conservation Easements. Land Use Policy 104221
Delorit, Justin D., Paul J. Block and Dominic P. Parker. 2019. An Economic Approach to Perennial Farm-Scale Water Demand Management for Water Rights Markets. Agricultural Water Management 218: 68-81.
Parker, Dominic P. and Walter N. Thurman. 2018. Tax Incentives and the Price of Conservation. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 5(2): 331-339
Parker, Dominic P. and Bryan Vadheim. 2017. Resource Cursed or Policy Cursed? US Regulation of Conflict Minerals and Violence in the Congo. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 4(1): 1-49.
Parker, Dominic P., Jeremy Foltz, and David Elsea. 2016. Unintended Consequences of Sanctions for Human Rights: Conflict Minerals and Infant Mortality. Journal of Law & Economics 59(4): 731-774.
Jacobsen, Grant D. and Dominic P. Parker. 2016. The Economic Aftermath of Resource Booms: Evidence from Boomtowns in the American West. The Economic Journal 126(593): 1092-1128.
Deacon, Robert T., Dominic P. Parker and Christopher Costello. 2013. Reforming Fisheries: Lessons from a Self-Selected Cooperative. Journal of Law & Economics 56(1): 83-125.
Anderson, Terry L. and Dominic P. Parker. 2013. Transaction Costs and Environmental Markets: The Role of Entrepreneurs. Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 7(2): 259-275.
Grainger, Corbett A. and Dominic P. Parker. 2013. The Political Economy of Fishery Reform. Annual Review of Resource Economics 5(1): 369-386.
Parker, Dominic P. and Walter N. Thurman. 2011. Crowding Out Open Space: The Effects of Federal Land Programs on Private Land Trust Conservation. Land Economics 87(2): 202-222.
Deacon, Robert T. and Dominic P. Parker. 2009. Encumbering Harvest Rights to Protect Marine Environments: A Model of Marine Conservation Easements. 2009. Australian Journal of Ag. & Resource Economics 53: 37-58.
Anderson, Terry L. and Dominic P. Parker. Economic Development Lessons from and for North American Indian Economies. 2009. Australian Journal of Ag. & Resource Economics 53: 37-58.
Anderson, Terry L. and Dominic P. Parker. 2008. Sovereignty, Credible Commitments, and Economic Prosperity on American Indian Reservations. Journal of Law & Economics 51(4): 641-66
Deacon, Robert T., Dominic P. Parker, and Christopher Costello. 2008. Improving Efficiency by Assigning Rights to Fishery Cooperatives: Evidence from the Chignik Salmon Coop. Arizona Law Review 50: 479-510.
Parker, Dominic. P. 2004. Land Trusts and the Choice to Conserve Land with Conservation Easements or Full Ownership. Natural Resources Journal 44(2): 483-518.