Mark Eiswerth, Professor
1281D Candelaria Hall
Department of Economics
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
University of Northern Colorado
Campus Box 101
Greeley, Colorado 80639
(970) 351-4296 (Fax)
Dr. Mark Eiswerth is a Professor of Economics. His major field of research is environmental and natural resource economics. Recent research areas include the economics of water quality and water resources; bio-energy; optimal management of nonnative invasive species; the economics of public lands and rangelands; biodiversity; and interactions between wildlife, agricultural systems, human uses and ecological landscapes. He has published the results of his research in journals such as Environmental and Resource Economics, Land Economics, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, Water Resources Research, Ecological Modelling, Human Dimensions of Wildlife, Rangeland Ecology and Management, and Ecological Economics.
Broadly speaking, much of Dr. Eiswerth's research has essentially revolved around identifying economically optimal or efficient management approaches, evaluating the performance of public or private programs and strategies, and determining the costs and benefits of programs, regulations, and environmental change.
- 1984 – 1988 Doctorate of Philosophy in Economics, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland.
- 1982 – 1984 Master of Arts in Economics, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland.
- 1978 – 1982 Bachelor of Arts in Economics, The Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colorado.