Dr. Uchida’s research interest is in understanding how people respond to institutions and policies for rural development and natural resource management. She studies supply and demand for multiple ecosystem services from agriculture, forests, and coastal ecosystems and the potential tradeoffs among the ecosystem services. She conducts her research in Asia, Africa, and the U.S., and utilizes household surveys, spatial data, econometric and numerical methods. Dr. Uchida currently serves as Associate Editor of Environment and Development Economics.
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Does Self Management in Fisheries Enhance Profitability? Examination of Korea’s Coastal Fisheries (with Hirotsugu Uchida, Jung-Sam Lee, Jeong-Gon Ryu, and Dae-Young Kim), Environmental and Natural Resource Economics Faculty Publications (2010)
Self management of natural resources has started to gain increasing attention as an alternative tool...