Sean D'Evelyn, PhD

Office:   UNH 4218
Phone:   310-338-7372
Email:   sdevelyn at lmu.edu
Webpage:    
   
Office Hours:   Fall 2013
M 1:30-3:30
R 9:00-12:00 
and by appointment
   
Education:
PhD   University of Hawaii
BA    St. Olaf College
 
Areas of Specialization:
Environmental Economics, Experimental Economics 
 
Selected Publications
  • Burnett, K., D'Evelyn, S., Loope, L., Wada, C., 2012. An economic approach to assessing import policies designed to prevent the arrival of invasive species: the case of Puccinia psidii in Hawai`i. Environmental Science & Policy. 19-20: 158-168. 
  • Burnett, K., D'Evelyn, S., Loope, L.,Wada, C., 2012. Economic Analysis of the Proposed Rule to Prevent Arrival of New Genetic Strains of the Rust Fungus Puccinia psidii in Hawai`i. Technical Report No. 177. The Hawai`i-Pacific Islands Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit & Pacifi c Cooperative Studies Unit, University of Hawai`i, Honolulu, Hawai`i. 50 pp. 
  • Dellis, A., D'Evelyn, S., Sherstyuk, K., 2011. Multiple votes, ballot truncation and the two- party system: An experiment. Social Choice and Welfare. 37(2): 171-200.  
  • Burnett, K., D'Evelyn, S., Kaiser, B., Nantamanasikarn, P., Roumasset, J., 2008. Beyond the lamppost: Optimal prevention and control of the Brown Tree Snake in Hawaii. Ecological Economics. 67(1): 66-74. 
  • D'Evelyn, S., Tarui, N., Burnett, K., Roumasset, J., 2008. Learning-by-catching: Uncertain invasive-species populations and the value of information. Journal of Environmental Management. 89(4): 284-292.