Bryan Parthum

Bryan Parthum

PhD in Agricultural and Applied Economics (Expected: May 2020)
Field: Environmental and Resource Economics, Applied Econometrics, Discrete Choice, Big Data
Phone: 970-219-5999

Professional Links

CV Job Market Paper
Personal Website: Personal Website
Google Scholar Link: Google Scholar Page
LinkedIn Profile: LinkedIn Profile

Education

PhD in Agricultural and Applied Economics,
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, 2020 (expected)

M.S. in Economics
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, 2015

B.S. in Economics,
Colorado State University, 2013

Current Appointment

Big Data in Environmental Economics and Policy with Peter Christensen (https://peter-christensen-pe55.squarespace.com/about) Jan 2016 - present
Supervisor: Prof. Peter Christensen

Cultural Divide in WTP: Rural-Urban Preferences Jan 2016 - present
Supervisor: Prof. Amy W. Ando

Land Conservation on the Rural-Urban Fringe June 2019 - present
Supervisor: Prof. Amy W. Ando, Ph.D.

Dissecting the Energy Efficiency Gap in Home Weatherization 2016 - 2018
Supervisor: Prof. Erica Myers, Ph.D.

Teaching Experience

Lead Instructor (sole teaching responsibility)

ACE 398: Intermediate Microeconomics
Lecture: 65 students FA19
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL
Undergraduate Credit: 3 Hours
Number of TA’s: 1

ACE 161: Microcomputer Applications
Lecture: 50 students SP18
Online: 100 students SU18, FA18
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL
Undergraduate Credit: 3 Hours
Number of TA’s: 1
Teaching Evaluation Scores: 4.8/5

Teaching Assistant

ACE 398: Intermediate Microeconomics
Lecture: 40 students SP19
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL
Undergraduate Credit: 3 Hours.
Teaching Evaluation Scores: 5/5

Publications and Working Papers

Publications

“Willingness-to-Volunteer and Stability of Preferences between Cities: Estimating the Benefits of Stormwater Management” with Amy W. Ando, Catalina Cadavid, and Noelwah R. Netusil. 2019. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.

“Benefits of the Fire Mitigation Ecosystem Service in The Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, Virginia, USA” with Emily Pindilli and Dianna Hogan. 2017. Journal of Environmental Management 203: 375-82. doi:10.1016/j.jenvman.2017.08.018.


Submitted Papers

“Local Willingness to Pay to Reduce Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico” with Amy W. Ando. (R & R in Land Economics, 2019).

Climate Change and the U.S. Market for Snow” with Peter Christensen. (Job Market Paper)

 

Papers in Progress

“The Price of Powder: Evidence on the Demand for Snow from Short Term Property Rentals” with Peter Christensen.

“Code Red Tide: Estimating Economic Damages on the Gulf Coast“ with Klaus Moeltner and Roger von Haefen. Page 1 of 5 November, 2019 Bryan Parthum Curriculum Vitae

“Internalizing the Externality: Local, State, and Regional Contributions to Reduce Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico“ with Amy W. Ando.

“Willingness to Pay to Avoid Wildfire Pollution: Evidence from Short Term Property Rentals“ with Tatyana Deryugina and Peter Christensen.

“Buying the Farm: The Local and Cultural Benefits of Farmland Conservation” with Amy W. Ando.

“Using Discrete Choice Experiments as a Tool for Teaching Consumer Theory: A Case Study in an Intermediate Microeconomics Course”

“You Are Here: Bringing New Life, and Methods, To Stated Preference Research”

“The ARRA Effect: Rapid Expansion and Investment in Home Weatherization Programs” with Erica Myers, Peter Christensen, and Paul Francisco

Thesis Information

"Estimating the Demand for Climate Amentities: Now and Later"
Advisor: Amy W. Ando