Mark Dickie is Professor of Economics at the University of Central Florida. His major fields are environmental economics and health economics. His research focuses on estimating economic benefits of reducing risks to human health; understanding how people perceive health risks; and examining the determinants and effects of behaviors that influence the health risks people experience. His work has been funded by the US Environmental Protection Agency. Dr. Dickie served for six years on EPA’s Children’s Health Protection Advisory Committee.
Working papers: http://econpapers.repec.org/.
Research and Publications
Benefits of Reduced Morbidity from Pollution Control: A Survey
Chapter 6 in Evaluation
Methods and Policy-Making in Environmental Economics (H. Folmer and E. van Ierland,
editors), Amsterdam: North Holland Publishers (1989), 105-122. (With S. Gerking)
Interregional Wage Differentials: A Survey
Chapter 6 in Migration and Labor Market
Efficiency (J. van Dijk, H. Folmer, H. Herzog, and A. Schlottman, editors), Dordrecht, The
Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers (1989), 111-146. (With S. Gerking)
Health Benefits of PMP Control: The Case of Stratospheric Ozone Depletion and Skin Damage Risks
Chapter 7 in Persistent Pollutants (J. B. Opschoor and D. W. Pearce,
editors), Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers (1991), 65-75. (With M.
Agee and S. Gerking)