Journal of Environmental Economics and Management

Infobox Journal


discipline = Economics
abbreviation = JEEM
publisher = Elsevier
country =
frequency = 6 issues per year
history = 1974 - present
openaccess =
website = http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/622870/description#description
ISSN = 0095-0696

The Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (JEEM) is a peer-reviewed journal of environmental economics published six times per year. It is the official technical journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE).

JEEM is devoted to the publication of theoretical and empirical papers concerned with the linkage between economic systems and environmental and natural resources systems. Generally regarded as the top journal in natural resources and environmental economics, it concentrates on the management and/or social control of the economy in its relationship with the management and use of natural resources and the natural environment. [cite web |url=http://www.env-econ.net/2008/01/top-journals-in.html |title=www.env-econ.net ] Providing worldwide coverage of the field, JEEM includes articles by economists as well as interdisciplinary papers by researchers in other fields of interest to resource and environmental economists.

JEEM is differentiated from the Association's other official journal, the Review of Environmental Economics and Policy (REEP), in that JEEM has a more technical orientation. REEP is targeted more towards the environmental policy-making audience.

The current editor of JEEM is Charles F. Mason of the Department of Economics and Finance at the University of Wyoming. He oversees the work of eight co-editors in different sub-areas of the field of environmental economics who bear primary responsibility for the selection of papers. The previous editor was Joseph Herriges.

The journal can be accessed online via ScienceDirect.

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JEEM Articles: Top 50 Titles by Total Citations (to 02/07/08, according to ISI Web of Knowledge)
RankTitle, Author(s), Volume(number), Pages, YearTotal citesPer year
1“VALUING PUBLIC-GOODS - THE PURCHASE OF MORAL SATISFACTION,” Daniel Kahneman, KNETSCH JL, Vol. 22(1) 57-70, 1992 37321.94
2“HEDONIC HOUSING PRICES AND DEMAND FOR CLEAN-AIR,” HARRISON D, RUBINFELD DL, Vol. 5(1) 81-102, 1978 2307.42
3“ENVIRONMENTAL-QUALITY AND DEVELOPMENT - IS THERE A KUZNETS CURVE FOR AIR-POLLUTION EMISSIONS,” SELDEN TM, SONG DQ, Vol. 27(2) 147-162, 1994 21814.53
4“A NEW PARADIGM FOR VALUING NON-MARKET GOODS USING REFERENDUM DATA - MAXIMUM-LIKELIHOOD ESTIMATION BY CENSORED LOGISTIC-REGRESSION,” CAMERON TA, Vol. 15(3) 355-379, 1988 21310.14
5“COMBINING REVEALED AND STATED PREFERENCE METHODS FOR VALUING ENVIRONMENTAL AMENITIES,” ADAMOWICZ W, LOUVIERE J, WILLIAMS M, Vol. 26(3) 271-292, 1994 19212.8
6“A SATISFACTORY BENEFIT COST INDICATOR FROM CONTINGENT VALUATION,” HOEHN JP, RANDALL A, Vol. 14(3) 226-247, 1987 1406.36
7“HOW PEOPLE RESPOND TO CONTINGENT VALUATION QUESTIONS - A VERBAL PROTOCOL ANALYSIS OF WILLINGNESS-TO-PAY FOR AN ENVIRONMENTAL-REGULATION,” SCHKADE DA, PAYNE JW, Vol. 26(1) 88-109, 1994 1308.67
8“BIDDING GAMES FOR VALUATION OF AESTHETIC ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENTS,” RANDALL A, IVES B, EASTMAN C, Vol. 1(2) 132-149, 1974 1253.68
9“FIRM INCENTIVES TO PROMOTE TECHNOLOGICAL-CHANGE IN POLLUTION-CONTROL,” MILLIMAN SR, PRINCE R, Vol. 17(3) 247-265, 1989 1125.6
10“POLLUTION AS NEWS - MEDIA AND STOCK-MARKET REACTIONS TO THE TOXICS RELEASE INVENTORY DATA,” HAMILTON JT, Vol. 28(1) 98-113, 1995 1097.79
11“ECONOMICS OF FISHING AND MODERN CAPITAL THEORY - SIMPLIFIED APPROACH,” CLARK CW, MUNRO GR, Vol. 2(2) 92-106, 1975 1093.3
12“EXPERIMENT ON THE ECONOMIC VALUE OF VISIBILITY,” ROWE RD, DARGE RC, BROOKSHIRE DS, Vol. 7(1) 1-19, 1980 1083.72
13“UNCERTAINTY AND INCENTIVES FOR NONPOINT POLLUTION-CONTROL,” SEGERSON K, Vol. 15(1) 87-98, 1988 1075.1
14“ESTIMATION USING CONTINGENT VALUATION DATA FROM A DICHOTOMOUS CHOICE WITH FOLLOW-UP QUESTIONNAIRE,” CAMERON TA, QUIGGIN J, Vol. 27(3) 218-234, 1994 1036.87
15“CHOICES WITHOUT PRICES WITHOUT APOLOGIES,” VATN A, BROMLEY DW, Vol. 26(2) 129-148, 1994 1006.67
16“TRANSACTION COSTS AND TRADEABLE PERMITS,” STAVINS RN, Vol. 29(2) 133-148, 1995 987
17“PRICING ENVIRONMENTAL-HEALTH RISKS - SURVEY ASSESSMENTS OF RISK - RISK AND RISK - DOLLAR TRADE-OFFS FOR CHRONIC-BRONCHITIS,” VISCUSI WK, MAGAT WA, HUBER J, Vol. 21(1) 32-51, 1991 935.17
18“TRENDS IN NATURAL-RESOURCE COMMODITY PRICES - AN ANALYSIS OF THE TIME DOMAIN,” SLADE ME, Vol. 9(2) 122-137, 1982 923.41
19“AN EXPERIMENT IN VOLUNTARY ENVIRONMENTAL-REGULATION - PARTICIPATION IN EPAS 33/50 PROGRAM,” ARORA S, CASON TN, Vol. 28(3) 271-286, 1995 886.29
20“What drives deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon? Evidence from satellite and socioeconomic data,” Pfaff ASP, Vol. 37(1) 26-43, 1999 878.7
21“Information as regulation: The effect of community right to know laws on toxic emissions,” Konar S, Cohen MA, Vol. 32(1) 109-124, 1997 867.17
22“MODELS FOR REFERENDUM DATA - THE STRUCTURE OF DISCRETE CHOICE MODELS FOR CONTINGENT VALUATION,” MCCONNELL KE, Vol. 18(1) 19-34, 1990 854.47
23“VALUATION OF AESTHETIC PREFERENCES,” BROOKSHIRE DS, IVES BC, SCHULZE WD, Vol. 3(4) 325-346, 1976 832.59
24“GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL-PROBLEMS - THE EFFECTS OF UNILATERAL ACTIONS TAKEN BY ONE COUNTRY,” HOEL M, Vol. 20(1) 55-70, 1991 824.56
25“Using donation mechanisms to value nonuse benefits from public goods,” Champ PA, Bishop RC, Brown TC, et al., Vol. 33(2) 151-162, 1997 796.58
26“THE EMPIRICAL PROPERTIES OF 2 CLASSES OF DESIGNS FOR TRANSFERABLE DISCHARGE PERMIT MARKETS,” ATKINSON SE, TIETENBERG TH, Vol. 9(2) 101-121, 1982 792.93
27“ARBITRARY VALUES, GOOD CAUSES, AND PREMATURE VERDICTS,” SMITH VK, Vol. 22(1) 71-89, 1992 774.53
28“FIRM BEHAVIOR UNDER IMPERFECTLY ENFORCEABLE POLLUTION STANDARDS AND TAXES,” HARFORD JD, Vol. 5(1) 26-43, 1978 772.48
29“ESTIMATING AIR POLLUTION CONTROL BENEFITS FROM LAND VALUE STUDIES,” FREEMAN AM, Vol. 1(1) 74-83, 1974 772.2
30“ON THE MEASUREMENT OF BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY,” SOLOW A, POLASKY S, BROADUS J, Vol. 24(1) 60-68, 1993 744.62
31“THE EFFECTS OF THE RISK OF FIRE ON THE OPTIMAL ROTATION OF A FOREST,” REED WJ, Vol. 11(2) 180-190, 1984 742.96
32“Why the far-distant future should be discounted at its lowest possible rate,” Weitzman ML, Vol. 36(3) 201-208, 1998 736.64
33“BIAS IN DISCRETE RESPONSE CONTINGENT VALUATION,” KANNINEN BJ, Vol. 28(1) 114-125, 1995 735.21
34“Perceptions versus objective measures of environmental quality in combined revealed and stated preference models of environmental valuation,” Adamowicz W, Swait J, Boxall P, et al., Vol. 32(1) 65-84, 1997 715.92
35“THE MARGINAL COST OF SPECIES PRESERVATION - THE NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL,” MONTGOMERY CA, BROWN GM, ADAMS DM, Vol. 26(2) 111-128, 1994 714.73
36“Bioeconomics of spatial exploitation in a patchy environment,” Sanchirico JN, Wilen JE, Vol. 37(2) 129-150, 1999 707
37“Starting point bias in dichotomous choice valuation with follow-up questioning,” Herriges JA, Shogren JF, Vol. 30(1) 112-131, 1996 705.38
38“SEQUENCING AND NESTING IN CONTINGENT VALUATION SURVEYS,” CARSON RT, MITCHELL RC, Vol. 28(2) 155-173, 1995 705
39“COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATIVE AIR QUALITY-CONTROL STRATEGIES,” ATKINSON SE, LEWIS DH, Vol. 1(3) 237-250, 1974 692.03
40“OLS VERSUS ML ESTIMATION OF NON-MARKET RESOURCE VALUES WITH PAYMENT CARD INTERVAL DATA,” CAMERON TA, HUPPERT DD, Vol. 17(3) 230-246, 1989 683.4
41“Voluntary environmental agreements: Good or bad news for environmental protection?,” Segerson K, Miceli TJ, Vol. 36(2) 109-130, 1998 676.09
42“Optimal CO2 abatement in the presence of induced technological change,” Goulder LH, Mathai K, Vol. 39(1) 1-38, 2000 667.33
43“EQUILIBRIUM POLLUTION TAXES IN OPEN ECONOMIES WITH IMPERFECT COMPETITION,” KENNEDY PW, Vol. 27(1) 49-63, 1994 664.4
44“INNOVATION IN POLLUTION-CONTROL,” DOWNING PB, WHITE LJ, Vol. 13(1) 18-29, 1986 662.87
45“EFFECTS OF CARBON TAXES IN AN ECONOMY WITH PRIOR TAX DISTORTIONS - AN INTERTEMPORAL GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM-ANALYSIS,” GOULDER LH, Vol. 29(3) 271-297 Part: Part 1, 1995 644.57
46“THE IDEOLOGY OF EFFICIENCY - SEARCHING FOR A THEORY OF POLICY ANALYSIS,” BROMLEY DW, Vol. 19(1) 86-107, 1990 643.37
47“The determinants of an environmentally responsive firm: An empirical approach,” Henriques I, Sadorsky P, Vol. 30(3) 381-395, 1996 634.85
48“EFFLUENT REGULATION AND LONG-RUN OPTIMALITY,” SPULBER DF, Vol. 12(2) 103-116, 1985 632.62
49“Do contingent valuation estimates pass a "scope" test? A meta-analysis,” Smith VK, Osborne LL, Vol. 31(3) 287-301, 1996 604.62
50“The price of pollution: A dual approach to valuing SO2 allowances,” Coggins JS, Swinton JR, Vol. 30(1) 58-72, 1996 604.62

References

See also

* Environmental management

External links

* [http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00950696 Journal of Environmental Economics and Management] @ ScienceDirect
* [http://www.aere.org/ Association of Environmental and Resource Economists]


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