Frank Lupi, Ph.D.
Professor Frank Lupi has a joint tenure system appointment in the Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics and Fisheries and Wildlife Departments. He is a member of the Partnership for Ecosystem Research and Management, the Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability, the Water Science Network, and the Environmental Science and Policy Program. His research addresses the economics of ecosystem services, conservation, agriculture, fisheries, wildlife, and water.
Research and Outreach Interests
- Recreational demand and valuation
- Discrete choice and random utility models
- Survey design and research methods
- Stated preference methods for demand analysis
- Applied welfare economics
- Provision and values of ecosystem services
- AEC 823: Environmental Economics Methods.
Showing pesticides’ true colors: The effects of a farmer-to-farmer training program on pesticide knowledge.
Published on February 1, 2021
New Pesticide Study Could Lead to Improvements in Farmer Health
Published on August 2, 2020
Pesticides: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You
Published on July 16, 2020
ECOLOGY AND SOCIETY -- Feedback of telecoupling: the case of a payments for ecosystem services program
Published on July 9, 2018
Two CANR faculty members recognized with William J. Beal Outstanding Faculty Award
Published on May 10, 2018
Accounting for ecosystem services in compensating for the costs of effective conservation in protected areas
Published on October 3, 2017
Quantifying changes in water use and groundwater availability in a megacity using novel integrated systems modeling
Published on August 31, 2017
Urban water sustainability: framework and application
Published on October 12, 2016
Evolution of tourism in a flagship protected area of China
Published on October 7, 2015