Education

1998 Ph.D., Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Wisconsin – Madison
1994 M.S., Public Policy Analysis, University of Rochester
1992 B.A., History and Political Science, University of Vermont

Professional Experience

2019 Chair and Professor, Dept of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, Auburn University
1998-2019 Professor (and Assistant-Associate Professor), Dept of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware
Joint appts at Delaware in Legal Studies, Economics, and Marine Science and Policy

Honors and Awards

2018 U.S. Department of Agriculture Food and Agricultural Sciences Excellence in Teaching Award, North East Region Winner
2018 Excellence in Teaching Award, Univ. of Del.
2017 Excellence in Teaching and Advising Award, College of Agric. and Natural Res, Univ. of Del.
David C. Lincoln Fellow, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy (Awarded twice 2016, 2018)
Editorial Board, Land Economics
Associate Editor, Water Resources Research
Co-Editor, Agricultural and Resource Economics Review
Distinguished Member, Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association
Elected President, Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association
Advisory Panel on Nutrient Trading, Chesapeake Bay Commission
New Castle County Farmland Advisory Committee, Del., Appointed by County Executive
Executive Board Member (elected), Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association

Professional Affiliations

Agricultural and Applied Economics Association
Southern Agricultural Economics Association

Courses Taught

Environmental Economics
Environmental Law

Selected Recent Publications

  • The Oxford Handbook of Land Economics, ed. Joshua M. Duke and JunJie Wu. 2014. New York: The Oxford University Press.
  • Bernard, John C., Joshua M. Duke, and Sara E. Albrecht. 2019. Do labels that convey minimal, redundant, or no information affect consumer perceptions and willingness to pay? Food Quality and Preference 71:149-157.
  • Palm-Forster, Leah H., and Joshua M. Duke. 2019. An endogenous equilibrium game on traffic congestion externalities. The J of Economic Education, pp.1-13. On-line DOI: 10.1080/00220485.2018.1551095. Worksheet available at: http://udspace.udel.edu/handle/19716/23712
  • Duke, Joshua M., and TianHang Gao. 2018. An experimental economics investigation of the land value tax: Efficiency, acceptability, and positional goods. Land Economics 94(4):475-495.
  • Suter, J., S. Collie, K.D. Messer, J.M. Duke, H. Michael. Common pool resource use with policy at the extensive and intensive margins: Experimental evidence. Published on-line in September 2018 Environmental and Resource Economics.
  • Fooks, Jacob R., Kent D. Messer, Joshua M. Duke, Janet B. Johnson, and George R. Parsons. 2017. Continuous Attribute Values in a Simulation Environment: Offshore Energy Production and Mid-Atlantic Beach Visitation. Energy Policy 110:288-302.
  • Fooks, Jacob R., Kent D. Messer, Joshua M. Duke, Janet B. Johnson, Tongzhe Li, and George R. Parsons. 2017. Tourist Viewshed Externalities and Wind Energy Production. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 46(2):224-41.
  • Duke, Joshua M., Kent D. Messer, Lori Lynch and Tongzhe Li. 2017. The Effect of Information on Discriminatory-Price and Uniform-Price Reverse Auction Efficiency: An Experimental Economics Study of the Purchase of Ecosystem Services”, Strategic Behavior and the Environment 7(1–2):41-71.
  • Messer, Kent D., Joshua M. Duke, Lori Lynch, and Tongzhe Li. 2017. When does public information undermine the efficiency of reverse auctions for the purchase of ecosystem services? Ecological Economics, 134:212-226
  • Duke, Joshua M. and David Sassoon. 2017. A classroom game on a negative externality correcting tax: Revenue return, regressivity, and the double dividend. Journal of Economic Education 48(2):65-73
  • Duke, Joshua M., Brian J. Schilling, Kevin P. Sullivan, J. Dixon Esseks, Paul D. Gottlieb, and Lori Lynch. 2016. Illiquid Capital: Are Conservation Easement Payments Reinvested in Farms? Applied Economic Perspectives & Policy 38(3):449-73
  • Fooks, Jacob, Nate Higgins, Kent D. Messer, Joshua M. Duke, Daniel Hellerstein, and Lori Lynch. 2016. Conserving spatially explicit benefits in ecosystem service markets: Lab and artefactual field tests of network bonuses and spatial targeting. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 98(2):468-88