Daniel Phaneuf

Henry C. Taylor Professor and Chair


(608) 262-4908

433 Taylor Hall
427 Lorch St
Madison, WI 53706

Environmental economics with specific expertise in non-market valuation, and applied econometrics
Office Hours
By appointment

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. I have current projects valuing residential amenities and the effect of air pollution of on medical spending. I am also on the Science Advisory Board for the U.S. EPA and Clean Wisconsin.
Curriculum Vitae
Google Scholar
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.