Daniel Phaneuf

Henry C. Taylor Professor


405 Taylor Hall
427 Lorch St
Madison, WI 53706

Environmental economics with specific expertise in non-market valuation, and applied econometrics
Office Hours
By appointment
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I am an environmental and resource economist, and my research is focused on the U.S. I am especially interested in understanding the value of the environment, as measured through decisions that interaction with the environment, such as location and spending choices. Much of my current work focuses on understanding the economic costs of water pollution in the United States.
Curriculum Vitae
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Henry C. Taylor Professor of Agricultural and Applied Economics
Phaneuf and Requate, A Course in Environmental Economics
Editor, Land Economics
AAE 636: Applied Econometric Analysis I
AAE 762: Frontiers in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics 2
AAE 244: The Environment and the Global Economy
AAE 643: Foundations of Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
AAE 352: Global Health: Economics, Natural Systems, and Policy
PhD in Economics, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, 1997
BS in Economics, Saint John's University, Collegeville, MN, 1990.