Dr. Woodward's research is in the general area of environmental and resource economics. Recent research projects have focused on the use of transferable permits to address water quality and fisheries problems and problems of choice under uncertainty.
Works By Students
principal investigator on
Works By Students
chaired theses and dissertations
Blunt, Emily Ann (2012-08).
Protection Motivation Theory and Consumer Willingness-to-Pay, in the Case of Post-Harvest Processed Gulf Oysters.
Colin Castillo, Sergio (2011-12).
Measuring the Potential to Adopt Self Governance for the Management of a Common Pool Resource.
Feng, Siyi (2012-05).
Three Essays On Agricultural and Forestry Offsets In Climate Change Mitigation.
Han, Man Seung (2008-05).
Environmentally related water trading, transfers and environmental flows: welfare, water demand and flows.
Huang, Pei (2015-08).
Three Essays on Economic and Societal Implications of Decadal Climate Variability and Fishery Management.
Kim, Hwa Nyeon (2003-05).
Transferable rights in a recreational fishery: an application to the red snapper fishery in the Gulf of Mexico.
Mamula, Aaron T. (2009-05).
License Buyback Programs in Commercial Fisheries: An Application to the Shrimp Fishery in the Gulf of Mexico.
Mezzatesta, Mariano (2012-08).
Essays on the Effectiveness of Environmental Conservation and Water Management Policies.
Nguyen, To Ngoc (2008-05).
Essays on econometric modeling of subjective perceptions of risks in environment and human health.
Pancharatnam, Padmaja (2014-08).
Three Essays on the Relationship between Economic Development and Environmental Quality.
Williamson, Kendra May (2016-12).
An Empirically- and Theoretically-based Model of the Market for Pollination Services.
Zilverberg, Cody John (2007-05).
Agriculture, technology, and conflict.