Lee Parton, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Economics
email@example.com • (208) 426-5434 • Mail Stop: 1620
Office Number: MBEB 3251
Dr. Lee Parton joined Boise State University in 2018 and is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Economics. He earned his Ph.D. and M.A. in economics from North Carolina State University and his B.S. as a double major in economics and information systems from the University of North Carolina Wilmington.
Dr. Parton’s research focuses on measuring and understanding the effects of environmental regulation and land use policy. He is currently working on several projects including measuring willingness to pay for public land use change, analyzing the distributional effects of random violence in communities and measuring producer responses to climate change policy uncertainty. Lee also has research interests in discrete choice experiments and environmental mandates as related to technological spillovers.
Ph.D. Economics – North Carolina State University 2018
M.A. Economics – North Carolina State University
B.S. Economics, Information Systems; Minor Mathematics – University of North Carolina Wilmington 2013
Friday, Dec 1st, 2023
Moving to the country: Understanding the effects of Covid-19 on property values and farmland development risk
Tuesday, Aug 1st, 2023
Measuring the effects of public land use change: An analysis of greenways in Raleigh, North Carolina
Tuesday, Mar 1st, 2022
Biofuels policy and innovation impacts: Evidence from biofuels and agricultural patent indicators
Sunday, Nov 1st, 2020
Fall in the sea, eventually? A green paradox in climate adaptation for coastal housing markets