Chad D. Lawley

Assistant Professor

Room 377 Agriculture Building 
Telephone (204) 474-9397 
Fax (204) 261-7251 

Ph.D., 2009, University of Maryland: Agricultural and Resource Economics 
M.Sc., 2004, University of Saskatchewan: Agricultural Economics 
B.Commerce, 1998, University of Saskatchewan

Natural resource economics
Agriculture and environment



Lawley, Chad. "Changes in Implicit Prices of Prairie Pothole Habitat," Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Accepted

Lawley, Chad and Charles Towe. "Capitalized Costs of Habitat Conservation Easements," American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Accepted

Lawley, Chad. "Protectionism versus Risk in Screening for Invasive Species," Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, In Press

Towe, Charles and Chad Lawley. "The Contagion Effect of Neighboring Foreclosures," American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, Forthcoming

Lawley, Chad, Erik Lichtenberg, and Doug Parker. 2009. “Biases in Nutrient Management Planning,” Land Economics, 85(1): 186-200. 

Lawley, Chad and Hartley Furtan. 2008. “The Political Trade-off between Environmental Stringency and Economic Development in Rural America,” Journal of Regional Science, 48(3): 547-566. 

“Pre-empting Non-indigenous Species Introductions: Targeting Policy,” with Chistopher Costello and Carol McAusland in Handbook on Trade and the Environment, ed. Kevin Ghallagher, Edward Elgar Press, 2008. 




    Department of Agribusiness & Agricultural Economics
Faculty of Agricultural & Food Sciences
University of Manitoba - Winnipeg, MB, Canada - R3T 2N2
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