About Dr. Woodward: Dr. Richard T. Woodward is a Professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics at Texas A&M University. His research is in the general area of environmental and resource economics. Recent research projects have focused on the use of transferable permits to address water quality and fisheries problems and problems of choice under uncertainty.
Research Interests: Environmental and Resource Economics
Selected Publications: Newburn, David and Richard T. Woodward. 2011. “An Ex Post Evaluation of the Great Miami Water Quality Trading Program.” Journal of the American Water Resources Association. Woodward, Richard T. 2011 “Double Dipping in Pollution Markets” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. 61(2):153-169 Griffin, Wade. L and Richard T. Woodward. 2011. “Determining the Policy-Efficient Management Strategies in Fisheries using Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA).” Marine Policy. 35:496–507 Blackman, Allen and Richard T. Woodward (senior authorship shared) “User-Financing in a National Payments for Environmental Services Program: Costa Rican Hydropower” Ecological Economics. 69 (2010) 1626-1638. Woodward, Richard T. and W. Douglass Shaw. 2008. “Allocating Resources in an Uncertain World: Water Management and Endangered Species” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 90(3): 593-605. Penson, J.B., O. Capps, C.P. Rosson and R.T. Woodward. Introduction to Agricultural Economis (4th edition). Prentice Hall. 2006. Woodward, Richard. “Do Americans Desire Homogeneity? Evidence from Names from 1900-2000.” Economics Bulletin 4(August 31, 2005):1-6. Woodward, R.T. and W.L. Griffin. “A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis of Size and Bag Limits in Recreational Fisheries.” Marine Resource Economics. 18(2003):235-45. Woodward, R.T., A.M. Wicks and R.A. Kaiser. “The Structure and Practice of Water-Quality Trading Markets” Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 38(August 2002):967-979.
Professor PhD (Agricultural and Applied Economics)
University of Wisconsin-Madison BA (Economics), Middlebury College
University of Wisconsin-Madison MA (Agricultural and Applied Economics)