Ching-Hsun Huang, Ph.D. - Associate Professor
Research and Teaching Interests
Forest Economics, Optimal Forest Management, Carbon Sequestration, Market and Non-market
I am interested in applying economic theory to allocate scarce resources among competing
uses in the most efficient way. I have diverse research interests that include multiple-use
forestry, optimal forest management, economic tradeoffs in forest management, carbon
sequestration, tradable carbon rights, potential income sources for forest landowners
and economic opportunities of Arizona's Native American tribes.
B.S., Chinese Culture University, Taipei, Taiwan, 1990
M.S., University of Houston-Clear Lake, 1993
Ph.D., Stephen F. Austin State University, 1999
Office: Building 82 - Room 236
Publications are listed at Google Scholar.