Office: Eugene, OR
Ph.D. Environmental Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz
B.A. Economics, Davidson College
Mark Buckley specializes in the economics of environmental policy and decision-making, particularly focused on water resources, forests, climate, and ecosystem services. He develops economic models and analytical methods for planning and behavior to capture the important interactions that drive demand for natural resources. His recent work includes estimation of economic benefits from riparian restoration and green infrastructure, as well as understanding and designing incentives associated with habitat conservation, wildfire risk, and climate adaptation in places like Alaska, Hawaii, Michigan, Jamaica and Portland.
Buckley holds a Ph.D. from the University of California and has served as an adjunct professor of environmental economics at Portland State University. His research has been published in peer-reviewed journals and books.Download Resume