Dominic Parker
Dominic Parker
Associate Professor, Dept. of Ag. & Applied Economics, University of Wisconsin
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The economic aftermath of resource booms: evidence from boomtowns in the American West
GD Jacobsen, DP Parker
The Economic Journal 126 (593), 1092-1128, 2016
1842016
Land trusts and the choice to conserve land with full ownership or conservation easements
DP Parker
Natural Resources Journal, 483-518, 2004
1332004
Sovereignty, credible commitments, and economic prosperity on American Indian reservations
TL Anderson, DP Parker
The Journal of Law and Economics 51 (4), 641-666, 2008
1222008
Improving efficiency by assigning harvest rights to fishery cooperatives: evidence from the Chignik salmon co-op
RT Deacon, DP Parker, C Costello
Ariz. L. Rev. 50, 479, 2008
852008
Reforming fisheries: lessons from a self-selected cooperative
RT Deacon, DP Parker, C Costello
The Journal of Law and Economics 56 (1), 83-125, 2013
61*2013
Resource cursed or policy cursed? US regulation of conflict minerals and violence in the Congo
DP Parker, B Vadheim
Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 4 (1), 1-49, 2017
56*2017
Economic development lessons from and for North American Indian economies
TL Anderson, DP Parker
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 53 (1), 105-127, 2009
472009
Crowding out open space: The effects of federal land programs on private land trust conservation
DP Parker, WN Thurman
Land Economics 87 (2), 202-222, 2011
45*2011
Unintended consequences of sanctions for human rights: Conflict minerals and infant mortality
DP Parker, JD Foltz, D Elsea
The Journal of Law and Economics 59 (4), 731-774, 2016
442016
Land quality, land rights, and indigenous poverty
B Leonard, DP Parker, TL Anderson
Journal of Development Economics 143, 102435, 2020
34*2020
The political economy of fishery reform
CA Grainger, DP Parker
Annu. Rev. Resour. Econ. 5 (1), 369-386, 2013
272013
The effects of legal institutions on access to credit: Evidence from american indian reservations
DP Parker
Unpublished manuscript, 2012
262012
The wealth of indian nations: Economic performance and institutions on reservations
TL Anderson, DP Parker
Self-determination: The other path for native Americans 159, 2006
262006
Cost-effective strategies for conserving private land: an economic analysis for land trusts and policy makers
DP Parker
26*2002
Transaction costs and environmental markets: The role of entrepreneurs
TL Anderson, DP Parker
Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 7 (2), 259-275, 2013
242013
Fragmented Ownership and Natural Resource Use: Evidence from the Bakken
B Leonard, DP Parker
The Economic Journal 131 (635), 1215-1249, 2021
20*2021
Legal and economic issues in private land conservation
RE Meiners, DP Parker
Natural Resources Journal 44 (2), 353-360, 2004
202004
Encumbering harvest rights to protect marine environments: a model of marine conservation easements
RT Deacon, DP Parker
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 53 (1), 37-58, 2009
182009
Conservation easements: A closer look at federal tax policy
DP Parker
PERC, 2005
172005
Paternalism versus Sovereignty: The Long Run Economic Effects of the Indian Reorganization Act
D Frye, DP Parker
Unlocking the wealth of Indian Nations, 224-244, 2016
162016
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