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Kevin Berry
Professor of Economics, University of Alaska Anchorage
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From molecules to management: mechanisms and consequences of locust phase polyphenism
DA Cullen, AJ Cease, AV Latchininsky, A Ayali, K Berry, J Buhl, ...
Advances in insect physiology 53, 167-285, 2017
1652017
Inequality and the biosphere
M Hamann, K Berry, T Chaigneau, T Curry, R Heilmayr, PJG Henriksson, ...
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 43, 61-83, 2018
1392018
The Allocation of Time and Risk of Lyme: A Case of Ecosystem Service Income and Substitution Effects
K Berry, J Bayham, SR Meyer, EP Fenichel
Environmental and Resource Economics, 1-20, 2017
442017
One Health Economics to confront disease threats
C Machalaba, KM Smith, L Awada, K Berry, F Berthe, TA Bouley, M Bruce, ...
Transactions of The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 111 (6 …, 2017
362017
The economic case for a pandemic fund
K Berry, T Allen, RD Horan, JF Shogren, D Finnoff, P Daszak
EcoHealth 15, 244-258, 2018
202018
Managing the endogenous risk of disease outbreaks with non-constant background risk
K Berry, D Finnoff, RD Horan, JF Shogren
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 51, 166-179, 2015
132015
Choosing between adaptation and prevention with an increasing probability of a pandemic
K Berry, D Finnoff
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2016
102016
Managing wildlife faced with pathogen risks involving multi-stable outcomes
RD Horan, D Finnoff, K Berry, C Reeling, JF Shogren
Environmental and resource economics 70, 713-730, 2018
82018
Outdoor activity associated with higher self-reported emotional well-being during COVID-19
MP Fernandez, KC Ernst, GM Bron, K Berry, MA Diuk-Wasser, ...
EcoHealth 19 (2), 154-158, 2022
62022
Natural vs anthropogenic risk reduction: Facing invasion risks involving multi-stable outcomes
D Finnoff, RD Horan, JF Shogren, C Reeling, K Berry
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 132, 113-123, 2016
62016
Shifts in outdoor activity patterns in the time of COVID-19 and its implications for exposure to vector-borne diseases in the United States.
P Fernandez, G Bron, P Kache, J Tsao, L Bartholomay, M Hayden, K Ernst, ...
52021
The role of restoration in the prevention of a large-scale native species loss: Case study of the invasive emerald ash borer
K Berry, DC Finnoff, RD Horan, SM McDermott
Journal of forest economics 27, 91-98, 2017
52017
Triple Bottom Line or Trilemma? Global Tradeoffs Between Prosperity, Inequality, and the Environment
T Wu, JC Rocha, K Berry, T Chaigneau, M Hamann, E Lindkvist, J Qiu, ...
World Development 178, 106595, 2024
42024
The ecological insurance trap
K Berry, EP Fenichel, BE Robinson
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 98, 102251, 2019
42019
A cell phone data driven time use analysis of the covid-19 epidemic
EP Fenichel, K Berry, J Bayham, G Gonsalves
medRxiv, 2020.04. 20.20073098, 2020
32020
Linking Time-Use Data to Explore Health Outcomes: Choosing to Vaccinate Against Influenza
K Berry, JE Anderson, J Bayham, EP Fenichel
EcoHealth 15, 290-301, 2018
32018
Investing to Both Prevent and Prepare for COVID-XX
K Berry, RD Horan, D Finnoff, R Pompa, P Daszak
EcoHealth 19 (1), 114-123, 2022
22022
Shifts in outdoor activity patterns in the time of COVID-19 and its implications for exposure to vector-borne diseases in the United States.(preprint)
P Fernandez, G Bron, P Kache, J Tsao, L Bartholomay, M Hayden, K Ernst, ...
22021
Geography, geology, and regional economic development
K Berry, A James, B Smith, B Watson
University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Economics Working Papers, 2019
22019
COVID-19 transmission in a resource dependent community with heterogeneous populations: An agent-based modeling approach
AD Wood, K Berry
Economics & Human Biology 52, 101314, 2024
12024
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