David J. Lewis
Assistant Professor, Economics
University of Puget Sound
Dave Lewis teaches Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, Econometrics, Advanced Empirical Methods in Economics, and Contemporary Economics. His current research emphasis is in the area of environmental and natural resource economics, with a particular emphasis on issues related to land use, land and wildlife conservation, and ecosystem services. Methodologically, his research integrates applied microeconomics, econometrics, and spatial modeling. He is currently involved with several projects that integrate economics and ecology.
My research is focused on environmental and resource economics, land economics, spatial modeling, biodiversity conservation, microeconometric and GIS applications, and regional development. I’m particularly interested in the effects of environmental policies on private landscapes and ecosystem services.
- Econ 170 - Contemporary Economics
- Econ 284 - Introduction to Econometrics
- Econ 325 - Environmental Economics and Policy
- Econ 326 - Natural Resource Economics and Policy
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