Julie Mueller, PhD
economics and econometrics
of ecosystem services
Mueller is an assistant professor at Northern Arizona University. Her expertise
is in the area of environmental economics and econometrics and she has taught
many related classes including applied environmental economics, introduction to
econometrics and introduction to economics.
joining the NAU faculty in August 2008, Julie has conducted applied
environmental economics research and presented at local, regional and national
conferences and symposiums. Much of her work is interdisciplinary, focusing on
environmental issues in the greater Arizona area.
Julie specializes in spatial econometric applications to environmental
problems. She also served in the Fulbright Core Scholar program, teaching
spatial econometrics in Goa, India.
- Hansen, Winslow D., Mueller, Julie M., and Naughton, Helen T. (2014) “Wildfire in Hedonic Property Models.” Western Economics Forum 13(1):23-35.
- Mueller, Julie M., and Loomis, John B. (2014) “Does the Estimated Impact of Wildfires Vary with the Housing Price Distribution? A Quantile Regression Approach ” Land Use Policy 41: 121-127.
- Mueller, Julie M. (2014) Estimating
Willingness to Pay for Watershed Restoration in Flagstaff, Arizona Using
Dichotomous-Choice Contingent Valuation. Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research. 87(2):327-333. First published online November 1, 2013
Julie M., Swaffar, Wes, Nielsen, Erik, and Masek-Lopez, Sharon, and Springer,
Abraham. (2013) Estimating Values of
Increased Watershed Services from Forest Restoration. Water Resources Research 49(4):1773-1781.
Julie M. (2013) Estimating Arizona
Residents’ Willingness to Pay for Solar Energy Using Contingent Valuation. Energy Policy 53:462-476.
John B., and Mueller, Julie M. (2013) A Spatial Probit Modeling Approach to Account
for Spatial Spillover Effects in Dichotomous Choice Contingent Valuation
of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 45(1):53–63.
Awards and recognitions
Scholar, Fall 2012
American Agricultural Economics Association, 2004-present
Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 2004-present
- Member, Regional Science Association
- Journal Referee, Water Resources Research, Land Economics; American Journal of
Agricultural Economics; Environmental and Resource Economics; Land Use Policy;
Papers in Regional Science
Economics, Highest Honors and Distinction, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Economics, University of Oregon, 2003
Agricultural and Resource Economics, Colorado State University, 2007