Academic and non-academic publications will be made available here over the course of the project.
Dangerfield C.E., Whalley, A.E., Hanley, N., and Gilligan, C.A. (2017) What a difference a stochastic process makes: epidemiological-based real options models of optimal treatment of disease Environmental and Resource Economics (DOI:10.1007/s10640-017-0168-x)
Macpherson, M.F., Dangerfield, C.E., and Sheremet, O. (April 2017) The FOREMOD project: Helping to inform the control of tree disease through economic modelling Quarterly Journal of Forestry 111(2) (link)
Macpherson M.F., Kleczkowski, A., Healey, J.R., Quine, C.P. and Hanley, N. (2017) The Effects of Invasive Pests and Diseases on Strategies for Forest Diversification Ecological Modelling 350:87-99 (DOI:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2017.02.003)
Oleg Sheremet, John R. Healey, Christopher P. Quine and Nick Hanley. Public Preferences and Willingness to Pay for Forest Disease Control in the UK (2017) Journal of Agricultural Economics (DOI:10.1111/1477-9552.12210)
Macpherson, M.F., Kleczkowski, A., Healey, J.R., and Hanley N. (2017) Payment for multiple forest benefits alters the effect of tree disease on optimal forest rotation length Ecological Economics 134:82-94 (DOI:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2017.01.008)
Macpherson, M.F., Kleczkowski, A., Healey, J.R., and Hanley N. (2016) The effects of disease on optimal forest rotation: a generalisable analytical framework Environmental and Resource Economics (DOI:10.1007/s10640-016-0077-4)
N. Hanley, and M.F. Macpherson. (2015) Economics of invasive pests and diseases: a guide for policy makers and managers. This paper was produced for the UNEP (Division of Environmental Policy Implementation) doi:10.1007/s10640-016-0077-4 (LINK).
The Economics of Ash Dieback in the The future of tree health, Planet Earth (Winter 2014), Nerc.
Choice Experiement leaflet
The effect of disease on the optimal rotation length of a forest was presented at the ICF national conference, 2015.