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University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

  Dr. Eric M. Jamelske

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UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-EAU CLAIRE
Department of Economics

Office : SSS 471
Phone : 715-836-3254
E-mail : jamelsem@uwec.edu


Current Research Papers Under Review & In Progress

  • A Contingent Valuation Study Comparing Citizen’s Willingness-to-Pay for Climate Change Mitigation in China and the United States
    -Revise/Resubmit, Environmental Economics & Policy Studies, February 2017
    -With Matthew Winden, University, Wisconsin-Whitewater; Endre Tvinnereim, Rokkan Centre for Social Studies; James Barrett, Sacramento City College

  • Designing and Implementing an Elementary School Vegetable Snack Program in Wisconsin
    -In progress, expected submission for review ~ Spring 2017
    -With Erin Vernon, Seattle University

  • Assessing Children’s Consumption of Vegetables for School Snack Across Varying Snack Delivery Conditions in One Wisconsin Elementary School
    -In progress, expected submission for review ~ Summer 2017
    -With Erin Vernon, Seattle University

  • A Continuing Examination of Chinese and American Views on Climate Change Including Support for an International Climate Treaty
    -In progress, expected submission for review ~ Summer 2017
    -With James Boulter and Won Jang, University, Wisconsin-Eau Claire; Wen Li Han, Southwest Jiaotong University; Matthew Winden, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

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Professional and Other Presentations

  • Southwest Jiaotong University, China ~ Forthcoming ~ June 2017
    -Multiple presentations and panel discussions on Chinese climate change public opinion

  • Wisconsin Economics Association ~ October 2016
    -A Continuing Examination of Chinese & American Views on Climate Change Support for an International Climate Treaty and Willingness to Pay for Climate Policy

  • Southwest Jiaotong University, China ~ May/June 2015
    -Multiple presentations and panel discussions on Chinese climate change public opinion

  • Midwest Economics Association ~ March 2015
    -Measuring the Impact of Group Incentives on Children’s Aggregate Fruit and Vegetable Consumption for Lunch in Two Western WI Elementary Schools

  • Midwest Economics Association ~ March 2015
    -Measuring the Impact of Group Incentives on Children’s Aggregate Fruit and Vegetable Consumption for Lunch in Two Western WI Elementary Schools


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  • Contact Dr. Eric Jamelske if you would like to invite him to give a presentation on any of his research interests: jamelsem@uwec.edu


Research Interest Areas

  • Children's Health & Nutrition (Fruit & Vegetable Consumption)
  • Climate Change Views & Policy Issues (United States, China, Vietnam)


 

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