Associated Emeritus Faculty
My research is in behavioral ecology and the economics of natural resources, with particular emphasis on commercial fisheries management. Dynamic optimization and game theory arise prominently in these areas. I collaborate with biologists and economists in model construction and application, and have published numerous papers resulting from such collaboration. Working with professionals and students from diverse academic fields has been an inspiring lifetime experience. My books in these areas are standard references and teaching texts
Mathematical Bioeconomics: The Mathematics of Conservation. 3rd edition. 2010. Wiley Interscience (New York, NY).
The Worldwide Crisis in Fisheries: Economic Models and Human Behavior. 2006. Cambridge University Press (Cambridge, UK; New York, NY). ISBN - 13 978-0-521-54939-4 (Paperback).
Dynamic State Variable Models in Ecology: Methods and Applications (with Marc Mangel). 2000. Oxford University Press (Oxford, UK; New York, NY). ISBN 0-19-512267-4 (Paperback).
Dynamic Models in Behavioral Ecology (with Marc Mangel). 1988. Princeton University Press (Princeton, NJ). ISBN 0-691-08505-6 (Paperback).
atural Resource Economics: Notes and Problems (with Jon Conrad). 1997. Cambridge University Press (Cambridge, UK; New York, NY). ISBN 0-521-33769-0 (Paperback).