Winden, Matthew

At UW-Whitewater

Affiliation
University - Faculty/Staff
Department
Economics
Position
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Office Phone
(262) 472-5579
Office Location
HH 4302D

Education
PhD, Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics, Ohio State University, 2012
BSc, Economics, University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, 2007

 

Teaching Experience
Business Statistics I ECON 245

Statistics Foundations ECON 703 (Graduate Level)

Environment and Natural Resource Economics

Managerial Economics 

 

Research

Dr. Winden’s major research field lies broadly in the area of environmental and natural resource economics.  Specific areas of interest involve improving environmental valuation techniques and utilizing value estimates to inform local, state, and national policy outcomes.  His other work in the areas of discrete choice modeling and conjoint choice experiments focuses on improving the econometric foundations within discrete choice modeling, as well as the use and implementation of conjoint choice modeling.

 

Service

University Service:

Inclusive Excellence Committee (College)

L&S Curriculum Committee (College)

 

Community Service:

Wisconsin Economic Association Board Member



From Monona, Wisconsin. I did my undergraduate work at University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and received my B.S. Summa Cum Laude in Economics with Honors. I completed my Ph.D. at Ohio State University in Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics. My specialization is environmental and natural resource economics with emphases in valuation techniques, conjoint and discrete choice analysis, as well as survey design.

Fellow
2008
Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center
Chancellor's Medallion
May 2007
University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
October 2006
Phi Kappa Phi
Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society
May 2004
Phi Eta Sigma

Doctor of Philosophy
Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics
The Ohio State University
2012
Bachelor of Science, Summa Cum Laude with Honors
Economics
University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
2007
Diploma
Monona Grove High School
2003

Southern Economics Association
January 2012 - Current
W3133
February 2010 - Current
Association of Environmental and Resource Economists
January 2010 - Current
Midwest Economics Association
January 2010 - Current
Agricultural and Applied Economics Association
January 2009 - Current
American Economic Association
January 2008 - Current
Wisconsin Economics Association
January 2008 - Current
Northeastern Association of Environmental and Resource Economists
April 2013 - December 2013

Green Roofs
UW-Whitewater Master's Program in Applied Economics
UW-Whitewater Master's Program in Applied Economics
Public versus Private Good, Farm Attitudes to Conservation
Water Quality Trading
Monetized Value of Biofuel Externalities
Public versus Private Good, Farm Attitudes to Conservation
Adrienne Ohler
UW-Whitewater Master's Program in Applied Economics
"Disaster Risk Adapation and Mitigation in the Great Lakes"
John Stoll
Disaster Risk Adapation and Mitigation
John Stoll
Water Quality Trading Programs: Ex Ante Analysis of Implementation Potential in Ohio
Brent Sohngen
Nutrient Credit Trading in the Upper Scioto River Basin
Brent Sohngen
Bottom's Up: Mapping Individual WTP in Practice
Allen Klaiber, Tim Haab
Estimating the WTP Distribution from Individual Level Parameters
Allen Klaiber, Tim Haab
Farmer's Willingness-To-Participate in Water Quality Trading Programs in the Upper Scioto Watershed
Brent Sohngen
Farmer Participation in Voluntary Pollution Reduction Programs
Brent Sohngen
Integration of Life Cycle Impact Assessment and Choice Analysis for Valuation of Alternative Fuel Options
Integration of Life Cycle Impact Assessment and Choice Analysis for Valuation of Alternative Fuel Options
Integration of Life Cycle Impact Assessment and Choice Analysis for Valuation of Alternative Fuel Options
Integrating Life Cycle Impact Assessment and Choice Analysis for Comprehensive Motor Vehicle Fuel Evaluation in the United States
Integrating Life Cycle Impact Assessment and Choice Analysis for Comprehensive Motor Vehicle Fuel Evaluation in the United States
Integrating Life Cycle Impact Assessment and Choice Analysis for Comprehensive Motor Vehicle Fuel Evaluation in the United States
Choice Modeling Externalities: A Conjoint Analysis of Transportation Fuel Preferences
Using Conjoint Choice Modeling to Assess Externalities: A Case Study

Student gender, counselor gender and college advice
Education Economics
The effects of a recreational bike path on housing values in Muskego, Wisconsin
Journal of Parks and Recreation Administration
A contingent valuation study comparing citizen’s willingness-to-pay for climate change mitigation in China and the United States
Environmental Economics & Policy Studies
Vol. 20 Iss. 2 Pg. 451-475
Non-market values in a cost-benefit world: Evidence from a choice experiment
PLOSone
Lake Drawdown Revisited: The Value of Two Inches of Water
Journal of Business and Economic Research
Vol. 14 Iss. 1 Pg. 7-18
Monetized value of the environmental, health and resource externalities of soy biodiesel
Energy Economics
Vol. 47 Iss. C Pg. 18-24
Integrating Life Cycle Assessment and Choice Analysis for Alternative Fuel Valuation
Ecological Economics
Vol. 102 Pg. 83-93

Kaukauna Area School District
Survey Design and Editing
Vegetal Innovation & Development Inc.
Milwaukee, WI
Environmental Valuation of Green Roofs External Benefits

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