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Christopher A. Wada

540 Saunders Hall
2424 Maile Way
Honolulu, HI 96822

Telephone: 808.956.2325
e-mail: cawada@hawaii.edu

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Curriculum Vitae


Ph.D., Economics, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2010

M.A., Economics, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2007

B.A., Economics, University of California, Berkeley, 2005


Selected Publications

Pongkijvorasin, S., Burnett, K., Wada, C., 2018. Joint Management of an Interconnected Coastal Aquifer and Invasive Tree. Ecological Economics 146, 125-135.

Wada, C., Bremer, L., Burnett, K., Trauernicht, C., Giambelluca, T., Mandle, L., Parsons, E., Weil, C., Kurashima, N., Ticktin, T., 2017. Estimating Cost-Effectiveness of Hawaiian Dry Forest Restoration Using Spatial Changes in Water Yield and Landscape Flammability Under Climate Change. Pacific Science 71(4), 401-424. 

Burnett, K., Wada, C., Balderston, A., 2017. Benefit-cost analysis of watershed conservation on Hawai'i IslandEcological Economics 131, 262-274. 

Burnett, K., Wada, C., Endo, A., Taniguchi, M., 2017. The economic value of groundwater in Obama. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 11, 44-52.

Wada, C.A., Burnett, K., Gurdak, J.J., 2016. Sustainable Agriculture Irrigation Management: The Water-Energy-Food Nexus in Pajaro Valley, California. Sustainable Agriculture Research 5(3), 76-83.

Endo, A., Burnett, K., Orencio, P.M., Kumazawa, T., Wada, C.A., Ishii, A., Tsurita, I., Taniguchi, M., 2015. Methods of the Water-Energy-Food Nexus. Water 7, 5806-5830.

Roumasset, J., Wada, C.A., 2015. Payments for watershed services as adaptation to climate change: Upstream conservation and downstream aquifer management. Water Economics and Policy 1(1), 1450003. 

Roumasset, J., Wada, C.A., 2014. Energy, Backstop Endogeneity, and the Optimal Use of Groundwater. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 96(5), 1363-1371. 

Burnett, K., Wada, C.A., 2014. Optimal groundwater management when recharge is declining: a method for valuing the recharge benefits of watershed conservation. Environmental Economics and Policy Studies 16(3), 263-278. 

Endress, L., Pongkijvorasin, S., Roumasset, J., Wada, C.A., 2014. Intergenerational equity with individual impatience in a model of optimal and sustainable growthResource and Energy Economics 36(2), 620-635. 

Burnett, K., Endress, L., Ravago, M.-L., Roumasset, J., Wada, C.A., 2014. Islands of sustainability in time and space. International Journal of Sustainable Society 6(1-2), 9-27.

Roumasset, J., Wada, C.A., 2013. A dynamic approach to PES pricing and finance of interlinked ecosystem services: Watershed conservation and groundwater managementEcological Economics 87, 24-33.

Burnett, K., D'Evelyn, S., Loope, L., Wada, C.A., 2012. An economic approach to assessing import policies designed to prevent the arrival of invasive species: the case of Puccinia psidii in HawaiiEnvironmental Science & Policy 19-20, 158-168. 

Roumasset, J.A., Wada, C.A., 2012. Ordering the extraction of renewable resources: The case of multiple aquifers. Resource and Energy Economics 34(1), 112-128.

Roumasset, J.A., Wada, C.A., 2011. Ordering Renewable Resources: Groundwater, Recycling, and Desalination. The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy 11(1), Contributions, Article 28.

Roumasset, J.A., Wada, C.A., 2010. Optimal and Sustainable Groundwater Extraction. Sustainability 2(8), 2676-2685.