Research Publications for Zachary J M (Zack) Dorner

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  • Dorner, Z. (2019). A behavioral rebound effect. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 98, 28 pages. doi:10.1016/j.jeem.2019.102257

  • Dorner, Z. (2019). A review of New Zealand studies into the cost of degradation of freshwater ecosystems (ME 1430). Ministry for the Environment.

  • Doole, G., Kaine, G., & Dorner, Z. (2019). The optimal diffusion of mitigation options for environmental management. The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 63(2), 354-382. doi:10.1111/1467-8489.12291

  • Dorner, Z., Brent, D., & Leroux, A. (2019). Preferences for intrinsically risky attributes. Land Economics, 95(4), 494-514.

  • Dorner, Z., Djanibekov, U., Solimann, T., Stroombergen, A., Kerr, S., Fleming, D., . . . Greenhalgh, S. (2018). Land-use change as a mitigation option for climate change. Motu Economic and Public Policy Research Trust.

  • Dorner, Z. (2018). A behavioral rebound effect. In Inaugural JEEM Conference in Environmental and Resource Economics (pp. 60 pages). Conference held Moss, Norway.

  • Dorner, Z. (2018). Three experiments exploring how preferences, motivations and incentives influence behaviour. (PhD Thesis, Monash University, Australia).

  • Dorner, Z., Doole, G., Bermeo, S., & Paterson, J. (2018). Economic assessment of options to mitigate sediment loss from New Zealand agriculture – in the context of managing freshwater quality (2018/07). Bay of Plenty Regional Council.

  • Dorner, Z. (2017). A Behavioural Rebound Effect: Results from a laboratory experiment (17/17). Monash University.

  • Dorner, Z., & Lancsar, E. (2017). Intrinsic motivation, health outcomes and the crowding out effect of temporary extrinsic incentives: A lab-in-the-field experiment (18/17). Monash University.

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