Peter Boxall, PhD

Professor, Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sci - Resource Economics & Environmental Sociology

Contact

Professor, Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sci - Resource Economics & Environmental Sociology
Email
pboxall@ualberta.ca
Phone
(780) 492-5694
Address
557D General Services Building
9007 - 116 St NW
EdmontonAB
T6G 2H1

Overview

Area of Study / Keywords

Environmental & Resource Economics Human Dimensions


About

Job/Research Area

Professor

Former Program Leader, Linking Environment and Agriculture Research Network (LEARN), Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

Dr. Boxall is a participant in the Land Reclamation International Graduate School (LRIGS) program sponsored by NSERC CREATE.

Adjunct Professor, School of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Western Australia

Awards

  • 2020 - Publication of Enduring Quality Award 2020, Agricultural and Applied Economics Association for the paper: “Stated preference approaches for measuring passive use values: Choice experiments and contingent valuation” American Journal of Agricultural Economics (1998) 80(1):64-75. (with W. Adamowicz, J. Louviere and M. Williams)
  • 2013 - Outstanding Journal Article Award (Honorable Mention) in the Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics (with N.N. Zimmer and W.L. Adamowicz)
  • 2009 - Journal Article of Enduring Quality award by the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society (recognizes an article at least 10 years in circulation that has provided enduring quality to the profession)
  • 2009 - Best Paper Prize 2009 in the Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics (with W.L. Adamowicz and A. Moon)
  • 2005 - Killam Annual Professor
  • 2004 - Teaching Award of Merit, National Association of Colleges and Teachers in Agriculture (NACTA)
  • 2004 - McCalla Research Professorship
  • 2004 - Professor of the Year, Environmental and Conservation Program

Research

Research Interests

  • Environmental valuation: the use of revealed and stated preference methods.
  • Understanding heterogeneity in preferences for environmental goods and services.
  • Development and analysis of environmental and conservation policy.
  • Incorporating amenity values in land management and resource allocation.
  • The study of recreation demand and supply.
  • Public involvement processes in natural resource management.
  • Human dimensions of fish and wildlife management issues.

Courses

ENCS 473 - Environmental and Conservation Policy

An overview of principles and programs relating to environmental and conservation policy. Selected local, national, and international environmental policy issues. Not to be taken if credit received in ECON 467. Prerequisite: AREC 200, AREC 365, ECON 365, ECON 369, or FOREC 345. [Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology].

Fall Term 2022

ENCS 673 - Environmental and Conservation Policy

An overview of principles and programs relating to environmental and conservation policy. Selected local, national, and international environmental policy issues. Not to be taken if credit received for ENCS 473 or ECON 467. Prerequisite: AREC 200, AREC 365, ECON 365, ECON 369, or FOREC 345. [Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology].

Fall Term 2022

Browse more courses taught by Peter Boxall

Publications

Using Inferred Valuation to Quantify Survey and Social Desirability Bias in Stated Preference Research

Author(s): Entem, A., P. Lloyd-Smith, W.L. Adamowicz and P.C. Boxall
Publication Date: 2021
Publication: American Journal of Agricultural Economics
Volume: Forthcoming
DOI: 10.1111/ajae.12268

Effects of the number of alternatives in public good discrete choice experiments

Author(s): Weng, W, M.D. Morrison, K.J. Boyle, P.C. Boxall and J. Rose
Publication Date: 2021
Publication: Ecological Economics
Volume: 182
Issue: 106904
DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2020.106904

The economic impact of water management policy on residential prices: modifying choice set formation in a discrete house choice analysis

Author(s): Kim, H.N., P. C. Boxall and W. L. Adamowicz
Publication Date: 2019
Publication: Journal of Choice Modelling
Volume: 33
Issue: 1
Page Numbers: 100148
DOI: 10.1016/j.jocm.2018.07.001

Identifying the causes of low participation rates in conservation tenders

Author(s): Rolfe, J., S. Schilizzi, P.C. Boxall, U. Latacz-Lohmann, S. Iftekhar, M. Star and P. O’Connor
Publication Date: 2018
Publication: International Review of Environmental and Resource Economics
Volume: 12
Issue: 1
Page Numbers: 1-45

Evaluation of agri-environmental programs: Can we determine if we grew forward in an environmentally friendly way?

Author(s): Boxall, P.C.
Publication Date: 2018
Publication: Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics
Volume: 66
Issue: 2
Page Numbers: 171-186

Modelling the effect of risk perception on preferences and choice set formation over time: Recreational hunting site choice and Chronic Wasting Disease.

Author(s): Truong, T.D., W.L. Adamowicz and P.C. Boxall
Publication Date: 2018
Publication: Environmental and Resource Economics
Volume: 70
Issue: 1
Page Numbers: 271-295

An experimental examination of target-based conservation auctions

Author(s): Boxall, P.C., O. Perger, K. Packman and M. Weber
Publication Date: 2017
Publication: Land Use Policy
Volume: 63
Page Numbers: 592-600

Auctioning risky conservation contracts

Author(s): Wichmann, B., P.C. Boxall, S. Wilson and O. Perger
Publication Date: 2017
Publication: Environmental and Resource Economics
Volume: 68
Issue: 4
Page Numbers: 1111–1144

Tradable disturbance permits for old-growth forest conservation: Experimental evaluation of implementation options

Author(s): Perger, O., C. Rollins, M. Weber, W.L. Adamowicz and P.C. Boxall
Publication Date: 2017
Publication: Strategic Behavior and the Environment
Volume: 7
Issue: 1-2
Page Numbers: 73-107

Measuring price elasticities of demand and supply of water rights based on stated and revealed preference data

Author(s): Zou, A., S. A. Wheeler, W.L. Adamowicz, P.C. Boxall and D. Hatton MacDonald.
Publication Date: 2016
Publication: American Journal of Agricultural Economics
Volume: 98
Issue: 1
Page Numbers: 314-332

The demonstration and capture of the value of an ecosystem service: A quasi-experimentalhedonic property analysis

Author(s): Kim, H., P.C. Boxall and W.L. Adamowicz.
Publication Date: 2016
Publication: American Journal of Agricultural Economics
Volume: 98
Issue: 3
Page Numbers: 819-837

Using proportional modelling to evaluate farmer preferences for market-based water reallocation.

Author(s): Loch, A., P.C. Boxall and S. Wheeler
Publication Date: 2016
Publication: Agricultural Economics
Volume: 47
Issue: 4
Page Numbers: 387-398

The economic benefits of wetland retention and restoration in Manitoba

Author(s): Pattison, J., P.C. Boxall and W.L. Adamowicz
Publication Date: 2011
Publication: Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics
Volume: 59
Issue: 2
Page Numbers: 223-244

The economics of wetland drainage and retention in Saskatchewan

Author(s): Cortus, B., S. Jeffrey, J.R. Unterschultz and P.C. Boxall
Publication Date: 2011
Publication: Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics.
Volume: 59
Issue: 1
Page Numbers: 109-126

Complexity in choice experiments: Choice of the status quo alternative and implications for welfare measurement

Author(s): Boxall, P.C., W.L. Adamowicz, and A. Moon
Publication Date: 2009
Publication: Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics
Volume: 53
Page Numbers: 503-519

Do ethical consumers care about price? A revealed preference analysis of fair trade coffee purchases

Author(s): Arnot, C., P.C. Boxall, and S. Cash
Publication Date: 2006
Publication: Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics
Volume: 54
Page Numbers: 555-565

The impact of oil and natural gas facilities on rural residential property values: A spatial hedonic analysis

Author(s): Boxall, P.C., W.H. Chan, and M.L. McMillan
Publication Date: 2005
Publication: Resource and Energy Economics
Volume: 27
Issue: 3
Page Numbers: 248-269

Aggregation bias in recreation site choice models: Resolving the resolution problem

Author(s): Haener, M.K., P.C. Boxall, W.L Adamowicz, and D.H.Kuhnke
Publication Date: 2004
Publication: Land Economics
Volume: 80
Issue: 4
Page Numbers: 561-574

An assessment of the impacts of forest management on aboriginal hunters: Evidence from stated and revealed preference data

Author(s): Adamowicz, W.L., P. C. Boxall, M. Haener, Y. Zhang, D. Dosman and J. Marois
Publication Date: 2004
Publication: Forest Science
Volume: 50
Issue: 2
Page Numbers: 139-152

Valuing aboriginal artifacts: A combined revealed-stated preference approach

Author(s): Boxall, P.C., J. Englin, and W. L. Adamowicz
Publication Date: 2003
Publication: Journal of Environmental Economics and Management
Volume: 45
Issue: 2
Page Numbers: 213-230

Understanding heterogeneous preferences in random utility models: A latent class approach

Author(s): Boxall, P.C. and W.L. Adamowicz
Publication Date: 2002
Publication: Environmental and Resource Economics
Volume: 23
Issue: 4
Page Numbers: 421-446

Can stated preference methods be used to value attributes of subsistence hunting by Aboriginal Peoples? A case study in Northern Saskatchewan

Author(s): Haener, M., D. Dosman, W.L. Adamowicz, and P.C. Boxall
Publication Date: 2001
Publication: American Journal of Agricultural Economics
Volume: 83
Issue: 5
Page Numbers: 1334-1340