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Dr. Jeffrey Wagner

Professor and Department Chair
Office: 
EAS-1351, Office Hours MWF 9-10am and by appointment
Phone: 
(585) 475-5289
Selected Publications: 
  • Schreck, M., Wagner, J. (2017). Incentivizing Secondary Raw Material Markets for Sustainable Waste Management.  Waste Management 67: 354-359.
  • Wagner, J. (2017). Humanities as Technology in Teaching Economics. International Review of Economics Education 25: 35-40.
  • Rickard, A., Wagner, J., Schull, J. (2017). Observations on the Technology and Economics of Digital Emissions. Technology in Society 48: 28-32.
  • Stone, J., Wagner, J. (2016). Fairness and Efficiency in US Revolutionary War Takings and Post-War Debt Redemption. Constitutional Political Economy 27(4): 399-417.
  • Hebda, C., Wagner, J. (2016). Nudging Healthy Food Consumption and Sustainability in Food Deserts.  Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences 9(1): 57-71.
  • Wagner, J. (2015). A Framework for Undergraduate Research in Economics. Southern Economic Journal 82(2): 668-672.
  • Krystofik, M., Wagner, J., Gaustad, G. (2015). Leveraging Intellectual Property Rights to Encourage Green Product Design and Remanufacturing for Sustainable Waste Management. Resources, Conservation and Recycling 97: 44-54.
  • Macksamie, K., Wagner, J., Cockburn, J. (2014). Feedback Control for Ecosystem Management: The Case of Wolf-Elk-Hunting Dynamics in the US Mountain West. Journal of Mountain Science 11(4): 850-865.
  • Kinler, K., Wagner, J. (2014). Greenness Versus Safety in Vehicle Footprint Selection. Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences 7(1): 35-45.
  • Petre, A., Wagner, J. (2013). Green Consumption under Misperceived Prices: An Application to Active Transportation.Southern Economic Journal 80(1): 187-204.
  • Wagner, J. (2013). American Georgics and Globalization: Literary and Economic Co-Evolution in Three Enclosure Movements. Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 20(1):71-84.
  • Pugliese, T., Wagner, J. (2011). Competing Impure Public Goods and the Sustainability of the Theater Arts. Economics Bulletin 31(2): 1295-1303.
  • Wagner, J. (2011). Incentivizing Sustainable Waste Management. Ecological Economics 70(4): 585-594.
  • Longo, C., Wagner, J. (2011). Bridging Legal and Economic Perspectives on Interstate Municipal Solid Waste Disposal in the US. Waste Management 31(1): 147-153.
  • Bhole, B., Wagner, J. (2010). Punitive Damages and the Recklessness Requirement with Uninformed Injurers. International Review of Law and Economics 30(3): 253-264.
  • Bhole, B., Wagner, J. (2009). On the Consideration of Potential Harm in the Award of Punitive Damages. Economics Bulletin 29(2): 1108-1112.
  • Freitas, L., Wagner, J. (2009). The Uncertain Moral Context of Price Changes. Ecological Economics 68(4): 1100-1105.
  • Bhole, B., Wagner, J. (2008). The Joint Use of Regulation and Strict Liability with Multidimensional Care and Uncertain Conviction. International Review of Law and Economics 28(2): 123-132.
  • Wagner, J. (2007). Plato's Republic and Liberal Economic Education for the Twenty-First Century. Economics Bulletin 1(2): 1-10.
  • Wagner, J., Loschky, D., McDaniel, C. (2007). Real Income and Mortality in a Household Production Model: English Mortality, 1541 to 1871. Journal of European Economic History 36(1): 47-69.
  • Freitas, L., Wagner, J. (2007). Capturing Moral Economic Context. Economics Bulletin 4(14): 1-10.
  • Benjamin, R., Wagner, J. (2006). Reconsidering the Law and Economics of Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management.Environmental Economics and Policy Studies 8(1): 33-53.
  • Wagner, J. (2006). On the Economics of Sustainability. Ecological Economics 57(4): 659-664.
  • DeAngelo, G., Wagner, J. (2005). Characterizing Regulation and Negligence Rule Uncertainty in Solid Waste Management.Economics Bulletin 11(1): 1-11.
  • Wagner, J. (2004). Free-Riding on Eiseley's Star Thrower, Thoreau's Huckleberry Patch and Havel's Streetcar in the Local and Global Commons. Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 11(1): 101-119.
  • Dyar, J. A., Wagner, J. (2003). Uncertainty and Species Recovery Program Design. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 45(2S): 505-522.
  • Wagner, J. (2000). Estimating the Optimal Scale of Public Investments: The Case of Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Facilities. Journal of Regulatory Economics 17(2): 173-188.
  • Wagner, J. (1998). That Was Then and This Is Now: An Economist's Wish List for the LLRW Siting Paradigm. Natural Resources Journal 38(4): 635-649.
  • Bullard, C. W., Weger, H. T., Wagner, J. (1998). Managing the Uncertainties of Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal.Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 48(8): 701-710.
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