David Finnoff
David Finnoff
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TitleCited byYear
An ounce of prevention or a pound of cure: bioeconomic risk analysis of invasive species
B Leung, DM Lodge, D Finnoff, JF Shogren, MA Lewis, G Lamberti
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
7752002
Risk assessment for invasive species produces net bioeconomic benefits
RP Keller, DM Lodge, DC Finnoff
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (1), 203-207, 2007
3322007
Take a risk: preferring prevention over control of biological invaders
D Finnoff, JF Shogren, B Leung, D Lodge
Ecological Economics 62 (2), 216-222, 2007
1962007
Harvesting in an eight-species ecosystem
D Finnoff, J Tschirhart
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 45 (3), 589-611, 2003
1102003
Linking dynamic economic and ecological general equilibrium models
D Finnoff, J Tschirhart
Resource and Energy Economics 30 (2), 91-114, 2008
992008
The importance of bioeconomic feedback in invasive species management
D Finnoff, JF Shogren, B Leung, D Lodge
Ecological Economics 52 (3), 367-381, 2005
972005
Managing invasive species: rules of thumb for rapid assessment
B Leung, D Finnoff, JF Shogren, D Lodge
Ecological Economics 55 (1), 24-36, 2005
912005
Protecting an endangered species while harvesting its prey in a general equilibrium ecosystem model
D Finnoff, J Tschirhart
Land Economics 79 (2), 160-180, 2003
772003
Ship-borne nonindigenous species diminish Great Lakes ecosystem services
JD Rothlisberger, DC Finnoff, RM Cooke, DM Lodge
Ecosystems 15 (3), 1-15, 2012
722012
Risk analysis and bioeconomics of invasive species to inform policy and management
DM Lodge, PW Simonin, SW Burgiel, RP Keller, JM Bossenbroek, ...
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 41, 2016
672016
Economic optimization of a global strategy to address the pandemic threat
J Pike, T Bogich, S Elwood, DC Finnoff, P Daszak
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (52), 18519-18523, 2014
522014
When is a “wait and see” approach to invasive species justified?
C Sims, D Finnoff
Resource and Energy Economics 35 (3), 235-255, 2013
462013
Merging economics and epidemiology to improve the prediction and management of infectious disease
C Perrings, C Castillo-Chavez, G Chowell, P Daszak, EP Fenichel, ...
EcoHealth 11 (4), 464-475, 2014
382014
Identifying, preventing and controlling invasive plant species using their physiological traits
D Finnoff, J Tschirhart
Ecological Economics 52 (3), 397-416, 2005
382005
Pipeline congestion and basis differentials
ME Oliver, CF Mason, D Finnoff
Journal of Regulatory Economics 46 (3), 261-291, 2014
352014
Pipeline congestion and basis differentials
ME Oliver, CF Mason, D Finnoff
Journal of Regulatory Economics 46 (3), 261-291, 2014
352014
A dynamic bioeconomic analysis of mountain pine beetle epidemics
C Sims, D Aadland, D Finnoff
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 34 (12), 2407-2419, 2010
342010
Future declines of the binational Laurentian Great Lakes fisheries: the importance of environmental and cultural change
JD Rothlisberger, DM Lodge, RM Cooke, DC Finnoff
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 8 (5), 239-244, 2010
322010
Invasive species and delaying the inevitable: Valuation evidence from a national survey
CR McIntosh, JF Shogren, DC Finnoff
Ecological Economics 69 (3), 632-640, 2010
322010
A bioeconomic model of cattle stocking on rangeland threatened by invasive plants and nitrogen deposition
D Finnoff, A Strong, J Tschirhart
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 90 (4), 1074-1090, 2008
322008
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