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Department of Agricultural Economics

Gabriel Sampson

Assistant Professor

346 Waters HallGabe Sampson
Manhattan, KS 66506

gsampson@ksu.edu

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Education
B.S. Environmental Science, California State University, Chico, 2007
M.S. Environmental Science and Management, University of California, Santa Barbra, 2010
Ph.D. Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California, Davis, 2016

Research Interests and Experience:

Gabe teaches and researches in the field of environmental and natural resource economics. Most of his current research focuses on the use and management of groundwater in Kansas. Some of the methods he uses in his research are nonlinear programming, hedonic modelling, game theory, and discrete choice models. He has collaborated with researchers outside economics, such as ecology, animal science, and engineering to communicate findings to broad audiences. His recent research has appeared in academic journals such as American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Environmental and Resource Economics, Resource and Energy Economics, and Science.

 Teaching Responsibilities:

AGEC 525
AGEC 825
AGEC 925

Key Publications:

Sampson, G.S. and E.D. Perry. "Peer Effects in the Diffusion of Water Saving Agricultural Technologies," Agricultural Economics, accepted 2019.

Sampson, G.S., N.P. Hendricks, and M.R. Taylor. 2019. "Land Market Valuation of Groundwater," Resource and Energy Economics, 58(2019): 101120.

Sampson, G.S. and E.D. Perry. 2019. "The Role of Peer Effects in Natural Resource Appropriation: The Case of Groundwater," American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 101(1): 154-171.

Sampson, G.S. and J.N. Sanchirico. 2019. "Exploitation of a Mobile Resource with Costly Cooperation," Environmental and Resource Economics, 73(4): 1135-1163.

Sampson, G.S. 2018. "Economic Spillovers in Spatial Harvest Behavior," Ecological Economics, 145(2018): 57-74.