Susaeta, Andres

Position Type: 
Faculty
Job Title: 
Assistant Professor in Natural Resource Economics
Department: 
Forest Engineering, Resources & Management
Office Location: 

352 Peavy Forest Science Center (PFSC)

Research Areas: 
  • Forest Policy Analysis and Economics
Research Interests: 
  • Natural Resource Economics and Policy
  • Forest Resource Economics and Management
  • Uncertainty and Risk
I am a natural resource economist with a specialization in forest resource economics. My main research interests include forest management under uncertainty and risk, forest optimization models, applied econometrics, climate change and forest-ecosystem services, and natural resource policy.

Advising

Graduate Major Advisor
Selected Publications: 
  1. Susaeta, A., Fill, J., Crandall, R., Morgan, V. 2022. Hidden costs of fire exclusion in longleaf pine forests linked to duff and carbon management. Journal of Forestry 120(5), 504¬–512.
  2. Susaeta, A., Klyzentyte, K., Sharma, A., Adams, D. 2021. Can uneven-aged management improve the economic performance of longleaf pine? Canadian Journal of Forest Research 51(9). 1307–1315.
  3. Susaeta, A., Alavalapati, J. 2021. Forest ownership, management, and water production in longleaf pine forests: A stochastic frontier analysis. Forest Science 67(2), 145–155.
  4. Susaeta, A., Rossato, F. 2021. Efficiency of pulp and paper industry in the production of pulp and bioelectricity in Brazil. Forest Policy and Economics 128, 102484.

Complete Publications List:

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