OCCRI Researchers

Title: Research Associate
Name: David Haim
Institution: Oregon State University
Department: Forest Engineering, Resources & Management (FERM)
Education:

PhD Applied Economics, Oregon State University, 2011
MA Natural Resources and Environmental Management, University of Haifa, 2005
BA Economics and Business Management, University of Haifa, 2003


Research Theme: Forest Economics, Climate Change Economics, Land Use Economics.

Research Fields:

Economics
Forestry and Forest Management
Mitigation/Adaptation Policy

Professional Activities:

Selected Publications:

D. Haim., Alig., R., Plantinga., A. And Sohngen. B. 2011. “Climate Change and Future Land Use in the United States: An Economic Approach”. Climate Change Economics, 2(1):pp.27-51.

D. Haim., M. Shechter. And Berliner. P. 2008. “Assessing the Impact of Climate Change on Representative Field Crops in Israeli Agriculture: A Case Study of Wheat and Cotton”. Climatic Change, 86: pp.425-440.

Alig., R.J., Plantinga., A.J., Haim., D. And Todd., M. 2009. Area changes in U.S. forests and other major land uses, 1982 to 2002, with projections to 2062. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-XXX. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. XX p.

I. Kan., D. Haim, Rapport rom. M. And Shechter. M. 2009. “Environmental Amenities and optimal Agricultural Land Use: the Case of Israel”. Ecological Economics, 68:pp.1893-1898.

D. Haim., M. Shechter. And P. Berliner. 2008. “Assessing the Impact of Climate Change on Representative Field Crops in Israeli Agriculture: A Case Study of Wheat and Cotton”. Climatic Change, 86: pp.425-440.