Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Colorado State University

John Loomis performs research in the economic valuation of non-marketed natural resources such as rivers, recreational fisheries, public lands, endangered species, water quality, and forest fire management. His research methods include the use of surveys, and involve techniques such as the travel cost, contingent valuation and hedonic property methods. The research is performed for state and federal agencies throughout the U.S., and with colleagues in Chile, China, Spain and Vietnam.

Experience

  • –present
    Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Colorado State University