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Overview

  • Robert D. Mohr is an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of New Hampshire. His research focuses on environmental policy, public policy and labor markets. He teaches a graduate course in Environmental Economics and has developed an undergraduate course on the Economics of Climate Change that he teaches regularly. His scholarly publications include contributions to the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Ecological Economics, Land Economics, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, and the Public Administration Review.
  • Publications

    Academic Article

    Year Title
    2019 Using tools to distinguish general and occupation-specific skillsJournal for Labour Market Research.  53. 2019
    2017 Wage and job-skill distributions in the National Compensation SurveyMonthly Labor Review2017
    2013 Media attention and the Toxics Release InventoryEcological Economics.  93:284-291. 2013
    2011 The Decentralization of Decision Making and Employee Involvement within the Workplace: Evidence from Four Establishment DatasetsBritish Journal of Industrial Relations.  49:688-716. 2011
    2010 Workplace organization and innovationCanadian Journal of Economics.  43:622-639. 2010
    2010 Public-Private Partnerships, Cooperative Agreements and the Production of Public Services in Small and Rural MunicipalitiesPublic Administration Review.  Public Administration Review:895-906. 2010
    2009 Public-Private Partnerships and Cooperative Agreements in Municipal Service Delivery.International Journal of Public Administration.  32:370-392. 2009
    2008 Distribution of Environmental Costs and Benefits, Additional Distortions, and the Porter HypothesisLand Economics.  84:689-700. 2008
    2008 Public-Private Partnerships, Cooperative Agreements, and the Production of Public Services in Small and Rural MunicipalitiesFRB of Boston Public Policy Discussion Paper2008
    2008 High-involvement work design and job satisfactionILR Review.  61:275-296. 2008
    2006 Environmental performance standards and the adoption of technologyEcological Economics.  58:238-248. 2006
    2003 Land Development and Current Use Assessment: A Theoretical NoteAgricultural and Resource Economics Review.  32:46-52. 2003
    2003 Suggested Subsidies are Sub-Optimal Unless Combined with an Output TaxAdvances in Economic Analysis and Policy Topics in Economic Analysis and Policy Contributions to Economic Analysis and Policy B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy.  2. 2003
    2002 Technical change, external economies, and the Porter hypothesisJournal of Environmental Economics and Management.  43:158-168. 2002

    Article

    Year Title
    2019 Valuing the Cancer Mortality Risk Reduction from Lowering the Arsenic Maximum Contaminant Level in New Hampshire Municipal Water Supplies 2019
    2019 Using tools to distinguish general and occupation-specific skillsJournal for Labour Market Research2019
    2018 Using Tools to Distinguish General and Occupation-Specific Skills 2018
    2018 Environmental Justice and the Print Media During the Implementation of Superfund 2018
    2017 STATE CARBON TAX INITIATIVES 2017
    2016 Discussion of "Smart Justice? The Effects of Sentencing Guidelines on Felony Sentences and Recidivism" 2016
    2016 Economics of a Carbon Tax 2016
    2016 The scholastic and behavioral effects of weekend feeding backpack programs 2016
    2016 Panel 2016
    2016 Environmental Justice and the Print Media During the Implementation of Superfund 2016
    2015 Using Tools and Tasks to Distinguish General and Occupationally-Specific Skills 2015
    2014 Within-­Firm Wage Compression and Job Skills in the National Compensation Survey 2014
    2013 Within-Firm Wage Compression and Job Skills in the National Compensation Survey 2013
    2012 The Distribution of Skills and Wages within Firms 2012
    2010 Service Delivery in Rural Municipalities: Privatize, Cooperate, or Go It Alone?” 2010
    2008 The Decentralization of Decision-Making and Employee Involvement within the Workplace: Evidence from British, Australian and Canadian Establishments 2008
    2008 Perspectives from the Economics of Climate Change 2008

    Teaching Activities

  • Environ Econ: Theory & Policy Taught course 2019
  • Principles of Economics Micro Taught course 2019
  • Principles of Economics Micro Taught course 2018
  • Microeconomics I Taught course 2018
  • Principles of Economics Micro Taught course 2018
  • Senior Economics Seminar Taught course 2018
  • Microeconomics I Taught course 2017
  • Economics of Climate Change Taught course 2017
  • Senior Economics Seminar Taught course 2017
  • Environ Econ: Theory & Policy Taught course 2017
  • Microeconomics I Taught course 2016
  • Economics of Climate Change Taught course 2016
  • Principles of Economics Micro Taught course 2016
  • Senior Economics Seminar Taught course 2016
  • Microeconomics I Taught course 2015
  • Economics of Climate Change Taught course 2015
  • Principles of Economics Micro Taught course 2015
  • Senior Economics Seminar Taught course 2015
  • Environ Econ: Theory & Policy Taught course 2015
  • Doctoral Research Taught course 2014
  • Principles of Economics Micro Taught course 2014
  • Education And Training

    Full Name

  • Robert Mohr