Dr. David Mitchell; Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Oklahoma State University.
Research Interests: Economics of the Environment.
Peer Reviewed Publications:
‘An Examination of the Impact that Classroom Based Experiments have on Learning Economic Concepts’ forthcoming, Journal of Economics.
‘The Opportunity Cost of Regulating Phosphorus from Broiler Production in the Illinois River Basin’ Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 49(2), pgs. 181-207, 2006 (with Keith Willett, H.L. Goodwin, Baxter Vieux, and Jennie S. Popp).
‘Local Economic Performance and Election Outcomes’ Atlantic Economic Journal, 34(2), pgs. 219-232, 2006 (with Keith Willett)
‘Regulating Nutrient Discharge from Poultry Litter into Surface Waters: Total Maximum Daily Load Rules and Economic Incentives’ Journal of Environmental Systems, 30(4), pgs. 273-287, 2006 (with Keith Willet).
‘School Quality and Housing Values’ Journal of Economics, 26(1), pgs. 53-70, 2000.
Publications (not Peer Reviewed):
“Value and Beauty in Great Basin National Park’s Night Sky” The Midden: The Resource Management Newsletter of Great Basin National Park, 7(2), Fall/Winter 2007, pg. 1. (with Terrel Gallaway and Reed N. Olsen)
GIS Training and Equipment—(with Terrel Gallaway) Funded by College of Humanities and Public Affairs. Grant size $8,190. 2007-2008 Academic Year.
Cost/Benefit Analysis of the Missouri Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program—(worked in Conjunction with BKD, L.L.P. and the Community and Social Issues Institute, Missouri State University) Funded by Missouri Housing Development Commission. Grant size, $68,000. Spring/Summer 2007.
Willingness to Pay for Dark Skies: Light Pollution at U.S. National Parks—(with Terrel Gallaway and Reed N. Olsen) Funded by Missouri State University, Graduate College, Grant size $7,500. Summer/Fall 2007.
An Examination of the Impact that Classroom Based Experiments have on Learning Economic Concepts—funded by Missouri State University, Office of the Provost. Grant size $1,100. Spring/Summer 2006.
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Office: Strong 378
ECO 155: Principles of Macroeconomics
ECO 450: Location of Economics Activity