Sathya Gopalakrishnan
Sathya Gopalakrishnan
Professor of Environmental Economics, The Ohio State University
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The value of disappearing beaches: A hedonic pricing model with endogenous beach width
S Gopalakrishnan, MD Smith, JM Slott, AB Murray
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 61 (3), 297-310, 2011
Is the shale energy boom a bust for nearby residents? Evidence from housing values in Pennsylvania
S Gopalakrishnan, HA Klaiber
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 96 (1), 43-66, 2014
Climate adaptation and policy-induced inflation of coastal property value
DE McNamara, S Gopalakrishnan, MD Smith, AB Murray
PloS one 10 (3), e0121278, 2015
Overcoming early career barriers to interdisciplinary climate change research
CJ Hein, JE Ten Hoeve, S Gopalakrishnan, B Livneh, HD Adams, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 9 (5), e530, 2018
Emergent behavior in a coupled economic and coastline model for beach nourishment
ED Lazarus, DE McNamara, MD Smith, S Gopalakrishnan, AB Murray, ...
Nonlin. Processes Geophys 18, 989-999, 2011
Economics of coastal erosion and adaptation to sea level rise
S Gopalakrishnan, CE Landry, MD Smith, JC Whitehead
Annual Review of Resource Economics 8, 119-139, 2016
Climate change adaptation in coastal environments: modeling challenges for resource and environmental economists
S Gopalakrishnan, CE Landry, MD Smith
Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 12 (1), 48-68, 2018
Progress in coupling models of human and coastal landscape change
AB Murray, S Gopalakrishnan, DE McNamara, MD Smith
Computers & geosciences 53, 30-38, 2013
Decentralized management hinders coastal climate adaptation: The spatial-dynamics of beach nourishment
S Gopalakrishnan, D McNamara, MD Smith, AB Murray
Environmental and Resource Economics 67, 761-787, 2017
Welfare, wealth, and sustainability
EG Irwin, S Gopalakrishnan, A Randall
Annual Review of Resource Economics 8, 77-98, 2016
Coupled economic‐coastline modeling with suckers and free riders
ZC Williams, DE McNamara, MD Smith, AB Murray, S Gopalakrishnan
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 118 (2), 887-899, 2013
Shoreline Defense Against Climate Change and Capitalized Impact of Beach Nourishment
Y Qiu, S Gopalakrishnan
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 92, 134-147, 2018
The impacts of harmful algal blooms and E. coli on recreational behavior in lake erie
D Wolf, W Chen, S Gopalakrishnan, T Haab, HA Klaiber
Land Economics 95 (4), 455-472, 2019
Valuing water quality change using a coupled economic-hydrological model
H Liu, S Gopalakrishnan, D Browning, G Sivandran
Ecological Economics 161, 32-40, 2019
Geoengineering coastlines? From accidental to intentional
MD Smith, AB Murray, S Gopalakrishnan, AG Keeler, CE Landry, ...
Coastal zones: Solutions for the 21st century, 99-122, 2015
Bioeconomics: nature as capital
EP Fenichel, S Gopalakrishnan, O Bayasgalan
Handbook on the economics of natural resources, 165-205, 2015
Staying afloat: The effect of algae contamination on Lake Erie housing prices
D Wolf, S Gopalakrishnan, HA Klaiber
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 104 (5), 1701-1723, 2022
Missing the forest for the trees: balancing shale exploration and conservation goals through policy
AH Klaiber, S Gopalakrishnan, S Hasan
Conservation letters 10 (1), 153-159, 2017
The impact of intensity on perceived risk from unconventional shale gas development
MR Livy, S Gopalakrishnan, HA Klaiber, BE Roe
Journal of environmental management 218, 630-638, 2018
Collective Action in the Management of Common-Pool Resources: Is There an Alternative to the Rational Choice Model?
S Gopalakrishnan
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