All Publications (View all Lupi’s publications on Google Scholar sorted by year)
Garnache, C., S. Swinton, J. Herriges, F. Lupi and J. Stevenson, 2016. Solving the phosphorus pollution puzzle: Synthesis and directions for future research. American J. of Agricultural Economics.98: 1334-1359.
Yang, W., et al. 2016. Urban Water Sustainability: Framework and Application. Ecology and Society. 21(40):4.
Palm-Forster, L., S. Swinton, F. Lupi and R. Shupp, 2016. Too Burdensome to Bid: Transaction Costs and Pay-for-Performance Conservation. American J. of Agricultural Economics. 98: 1334-1333.
Palm-Forster, L., F. Lupi and M. Chen, 2016. Valuing Lake Erie beaches using value and function transfers. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review. 45(2): 270-292.
Yeboah, F., M. Kaplowitz, J. Kerr, F. Lupi, and L. Thorp. 2016. Sociocultural and institutional contexts of social cash transfer programs. Global Social Policy. 16(3): 287-308.
Knoche, S., F. Lupi. 2016. Demand for Fishery Regulations: Effects of Angler Heterogeneity and Catch Improvements on Preferences for Gear and Harvest Restrictions. Fisheries Research. 181: 163-171.
Liu, W., C. Vogt, F. Lupi, G. He, Z. Ouyang, J. Liu. 2016. Evolution of tourism in a flagship protected area of China, J. Sustainable Tourism. 24, 203-226.
Skevas, T., N. Hayden, S. Swinton, F. Lupi. 2016. Landowner willingness to supply marginal land for bioenergy production. Land Use Policy, 50, 507-517.
Knoche, S., F. Lupi, A. Suiter. 2015. Harvesting benefits from habitat restoration: Influence of landscape position on economic benefits to pheasant hunters. Ecological Economics. 113: 97-105.
Melstrom, R., F. Lupi, P. Esselman, R.J. Stevenson. 2015. Valuing recreational fishing quality at rivers and streams. Water Resources Research, 51, 140–150.
Yeboah, F., F. Lupi, M. Kaplowitz. 2015. Agricultural landowners’ willingness to participate in a filter strip program for watershed protection. Land Use Policy. 49: 75–85.
Esselman, P., R. Stevenson, F. Lupi, C. Riseng, M Wiley. 2015. Landscape prediction and mapping of game fish biomass, an ecosystem service of Michigan rivers. N. Amer. J. of Fish. Mgmt. 35:302-320.
Melstrom, R., F. Lupi. 2013. Valuing Recreational Fishing in the Great Lakes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 33:1184–1193.
Kaplowitz, M., Lupi, F., Yeboah, F., K., Thorp, L. 2013. Exploring the Middle Ground between Environmental Protection and Economic Growth. Public Understanding of Science 22 (4): 413-426.
Sidique, S., Lupi, F., Joshi, S. V. 2013. Estimating the Demand for Drop-Off Recycling Sites: A Random Utility Travel Cost Approach. Journal of Environmental Management. 127: 339-346.
Knoche, S., Lupi, F. 2013. Economic Benefits of Publicly Accessible Land for Ruffed Grouse Hunters. Journal of Wildlife Management. 77(7):1294-1300.
Komarek, T., Lupi, F., Kaplowitz, M., Thorp, L. 2013. Influence of Energy Alternatives and Carbon Emissions on an Institution’s Green Reputation. Journal of Environmental Management. 128:335-344.
Chen, X., Lupi, F., An, L., Sheely, R., Vina, A., Liu, J. 2012. Agent-based modeling of the effects of social norms on enrollment in Payments for Ecosystem Services. Ecological Modelling 229 16-24.
Kaplowitz, M., Lupi, F., Arrello, O. 2012. Local Markets for Payments for Environmental Services: Can Small Rural Communities Self-Finance Watershed Protection? Water Resources Management 26 (13) 3689-3704.
Ma, S., Swinton, S., Lupi, F., and Jolejole-Foreman, C. 2012. Farmers’ Willingness to Participate in Payment-for-Environmental-Services Programs. Journal of Agricultural Economics 63(3) 604–626.
Kaplowitz, M., Lupi, F. 2012. Stakeholder Preferences for Best Management Practices for Non-Point Source Pollution and Stormwater Control. Landscape and Urban Planning 104 364-372.
Kaplowitz, M., Lupi, F., Couper, M., Thorp, L. 2012. The Effect of Invitation Design on Web Survey Response Rates. Social Science Computer Review 30(3) 339-349. doi: doi:10.1177/0894439311419084.
Knoche, S., Lupi, F. 2012. The Economic Value of Publicly Accessible Deer Hunting Land. Journal of Wildlife Management 76(3) 462-470.