Michele Baggio

Assistant Professor


Subject Areas: Environmental and Resource Economics, Ecological Economics, and Health Economics.

I received a PhD. in Agricultural and Resource Economics from the University of Maryland. From 2010 to 2013 I worked as a senior researcher and lecturer at the Swiss Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich, Switzerland. I recently joined the Department of Economics and the Maritime Studies Program in Avery Point.

Personal web page.

Education:
Ph.D., Agricultural & Resource Economics, University of Maryland 2012
M.Sc., Environmental Economics and Environmental Management, University of York 2001
B.Sc., Economics, University of Verona 1999

Courses Taught:
Principles of Microeconomics
Empirical Methods in Economics I
Special Topics: Environmental and Natural Resource Economics

Research Interests: Environmental and Resource Economics, Ecological Economics, Applied Microeconomics

Publications

“Is Access to Medical Marijuana a Disamenity?” Economics Bulletin. Forthcoming. (with Jinsub Choi)

“Optimal management with reversible regime shifts,” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organizations (2016). In press (with Paul L. Fackler).

“Short-run economic benefits from water quality improvements: An application to the American lobster fishery of Long Island Sound.” Estuaries and Coasts (2016) 39(6), 1816-1826.

“Optimal Fishery Management with Regime Shifts: An Assessment of Harvesting Strategies,” Environmental and Resource Economics (2016) 64(3), 465-492.

“Modelling adaptation in multi-state resource systems,” Ecological Economics (2015) 116, 378-386 (with Charles Perrings).

“On the Consumer Value of Diversity,”Journal of Agricultural Economics (2011) 62(3), 604-629 (with Jean-Paul Chavas).

“Estimating Weight-Length Relationships without Individual Weight Data. An application to the American lobster (Homarus americanus) of Long Island Sound,”Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries (2011) 21(4), 771-777.

“On Duality and the Benefit Function,”Journal of Economics (2010) 99(2), 173-184 (with Jean-Paul Chavas).

“On the Consumer Value of Complementarity: A Benefit Function Approach,”American Journal of Agricultural Economics (2009) 91(2), 489-502 (with Jean-Paul Chavas).

 

Contact Information
Emailmichele.baggio@uconn.edu
Phone+1 860 486 1489
Phone (alternate)+1 860 405 9035
Mailing AddressUnit 1063
Office Location313 Oak Hall, Storrs campus - 116B ACD, Avery Point campus
Office HoursBy appointment
CoursesECON 1201 - Principles of Microeconomics ECON 2311 - Empirical Methods in Economics