with Todd Guilfoos. Applied Economics Perspectives and Policy.
with Leslie Sanchez and Bryan Leonard. Environmental Research Letters, vol. 15, 094027.
with Dong-Hun Go and Reza Oladi. Resource and Energy Economics, vol. 61, 101174.
with Muyang Ge and Sherzod Akhundjanov. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 102(4), pp.1083-1104.
with Sarah Null. Science of the Total Environment, vol. 651 Part 1, 19, pp. 435-442.
with Steven Smith. Journal of Economic History, vol. 78 no. 4, pp. 1-39.
with Gary Libecap, Oscar Cristi, and Gonzalo Edwards. Environment and Development Economics, vol. 23 no. 6, pp. 615-634.
with Andrew Ayres and Gary Libecap. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, vol. 91, pp. 46-65.
with Ryan Bosworth, Amber Burrows*, Patrick Adams*, Vivane Baji*, Shelly Jones*, and Coleman Gerdes*. Water, 9(3): 214;
*USU undergraduate researchers
Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, vol. 3 no. 2, pp. 453-91.
with Quentin Grafton, Gary Libecap, Bob O'Brien, and Clay Landry. Water Policy, 14(2):175-93.
Community Impacts of Fishery Privatization with Sara Sutherland (submitted)
Sooner or Safer? Bureaucracy in Oil and Gas Production with Trevor O'Grady and David Jenkins (manuscript in preparation)
Colonial Origins, Property Rights, and the Organization of Agricultural Production: the US Midwest and Argentine Pampas Compared, with Martin Fiszbein and Gary Libecap (submitted)
Regional Water Trade in General Equilibrium: Theory and Evidence, with Sherzod Akhundjanov, Muyang Ge, and Reza Oladi (manuscript in preparation)
Technological Change and Climatic Resiliency: Evidence from Irrigation in the United States, with Steven M. Smith (manuscript in preparation)
Selected In-Progress Papers
Drainage Districts and the Private Provision of Public Goods, with Casey Rozowski and Wally Thurman
Water Demand Response to Un-conservation Pricing, with Sherzod Akhundjanov and Sara Sutherland
The Colonial Origins of Diverse Property-Rights to Land and the Long-Term Economic Implications in North and South America, with Martin Fiszbein and Gary Libecap. Forthcoming in Ernst Nordtveit and Erich Schanze eds. The Changing Role of
Property Law; Rights, Values, and Concepts, Edward Elgar.
with Bryan Leonard. The Environmental Optimism of Elinor Ostrom, Center for Growth and Opportunity, pp.149-172. (Peer-reviewed)
with Gary Libecap. R. Halvorsen and D.F. Layton eds. Handbook on the Economics of Natural Resources, Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 442-473.
Branan, A. Edwards, E.C., Huchens, A., and Sutherland, S.A. 2019. North Carolinians Benefit from Water Pollution Credit Trading. NC State Economist. Fall 2019.
Edwards, E.C., Nehra, A. 2020 (forthcoming). Importance of Freshwater for Irrigation. M. Goldstein and D. DellaSala Eds. Encyclopedia of the World’s Biomes 1st Edition.
Edwards, E.C., Sutherland, S.A., and Von Haefen, R.H. 2019. Should I Stay or Should I Go? Coal Ash in North Carolina. NC State Economist. Winter 2019.
Edwards, E.C. and Sutherland, S.A. 2019. A Guide to Municipal Water Conservation Pricing in Utah. USU Extension Factsheet. 2019. (Peer-reviewed)
Ayres, A. and Edwards, E.C. 2018. Groundwater depletion, contracting costs, and the determinants of successful collective action. UNESCO Global Water Forum.
Edwards, E.C. and Sutherland, S.A. 2018. Yesterday’s Nobel Prize and North Carolina Agriculture. NC State Agricultural and Resource Economics News, October 9, 2018.
Edwards, E.C., Sutherland, S.A., and Von Haefen, R.H. 2018. Coal Ash After Hurricane Florence. NC State Agricultural and Resource Economics News, October 1, 2018.
Edwards, E.C., Sutherland, S.A. 2017. Lobbying in Fathali M. Moghaddam ed. SAGE Encyclopedia of Political Behavior, SAGE Publications, Inc. Thousand Oaks, CA, pp. 448-451.
Book Review: Chasing Water: A Guide for Moving From Scarcity to Sustainability. 2016. Water Economics and Policy, vol. 2 no. 2.
Summary: An illiquid market in the desert. 2016. UNESCO Global Water Forum.
Summary: What lies beneath? Aquifer heterogeneity and the economics of collective action. 2014. UNESCO Global Water Forum.