Her scientific interests lie mostly in Environmental resource management, Environmental quality, Environmental planning, Public economics and Incentive. Her Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sustainability and systemic change resistance, Political economy of climate change, Effects of global warming, Sustainability and environmental management and Economic sector. The Environmental quality study combines topics in areas such as Nonpoint source pollution, Pollution and Subsidy.
Her work carried out in the field of Public economics brings together such families of science as Product liability and Agriculture. Her work on Free riding as part of her general Incentive study is frequently connected to Context, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. She focuses mostly in the field of Free riding, narrowing it down to matters related to Pollutant and, in some cases, Environmental economics.
Her main research concerns Incentive, Microeconomics, Public economics, Liability and Environmental resource management. Her Incentive research incorporates themes from Environmental economics, Subsidy and Externality. Her Environmental economics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Experimental economics and Pollution.
Kathleen Segerson has included themes like Holdout problem, Enforcement and Set in her Microeconomics study. Her study in Public economics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Valuation and Joint and several liability. Her Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Natural resource economics and Ecosystem services.
Kathleen Segerson mostly deals with Microeconomics, Fisheries management, Incentive, Public economics and Natural resource economics. Her Microeconomics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Yield, Social Welfare, Temptation and Set. The study incorporates disciplines such as Biodiversity, Market failure, Environmental planning, Externality and Natural capital in addition to Incentive.
As a part of the same scientific family, Kathleen Segerson mostly works in the field of Environmental planning, focusing on Seabed and, on occasion, Environmental resource management. Her studies in Public economics integrate themes in fields like Government, Federalism and Normative. Her Natural resource economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Urbanization, Capacity utilization and Comparative advantage.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Public economics, Microeconomics, Incentive, Environmental policy and Environmental resource management. Her Public economics study combines topics in areas such as Natural resource, Group performance, Subsidy and Resource management. The various areas that Kathleen Segerson examines in her Microeconomics study include Choice set and Temptation.
Her Incentive research includes themes of Enforcement and Fisheries management. Her Environmental policy research covers fields of interest such as Environmental planning, Key issues, Government, Federalism and Normative. Her Environmental resource management research incorporates elements of Deep sea and Seabed.
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Uncertainty and incentives for nonpoint pollution control
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (1988)
Voluntary Environmental Agreements: Good or Bad News for Environmental Protection?
Kathleen Segerson;Thomas J. Miceli.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (1998)
Valuing ecosystem services: toward better environmental decision-making
Geoffrey M. Heal;Edward B. Barbier;Kevin J. Boyle;Alan P. Covich.
Assessing Voluntary Programs to Improve Environmental Quality
Anna Alberini;Kathleen Segerson.
Environmental and Resource Economics (2002)
The Impact of Policies and Land Characteristics on Potential Groundwater Pollution in Wisconsin
JunJie Wu;Kathleen Segerson.
American Journal of Agricultural Economics (1995)
Mandatory versus voluntary approaches to food safety
The Impact of Climate Change on the United States Economy: Economic effects of climate change on US agriculture
Integrating Ecology and Economics in the Study of Ecosystem Services: Some Lessons Learned
Stephen Polasky;Kathleen Segerson.
Annual Review of Resource Economics (2009)
Regulatory Takings: When Should Compensation Be Paid?
Thomas J. Miceli;Kathleen Segerson.
The Journal of Legal Studies (1994)
The structure of penalties in environmental enforcement: An economic analysis
Kathleen Segerson;Tom Tietenberg.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (1992)
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