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Recreational cannabis dispensary access effects on prescription opioid use and mortality (with W.J. Beasley). Revisions submitted Regional Science and Urban Economics.
A coastal vulnerability assessment of risk along US Highway 101, Oregon Coast. (with M. Kirvova, M. Olsen, J. Allan, C. Parrish, B. Leshchinsky, A. Senogles, and J. Herrmann) Revisions requested Journal of Coastal Research.
Tsunami risk and information shocks: Evidence from the Oregon housing market (with A. Hadziomerspahic). Under Review.
Trading seawalls for managed retreat: Willingness to accept on-site relocation of homes along Lake Michigan (with W. J. Beasley)
Is a photo worth a 1,000 Likes: The influence of Instagram at National Parks (with A.C. Lowe Mackenzie)
Caution ahead: Do respondents ignore future payments in stated preference questions? (with D. Lew, D.J. Lewis, and D. Kling)
Work in Progress
A conceptual model for balancing beach and dune rcosystem service management under climate change (with S. D. Hacker, P. Hovenga, K. Jay, R. Mostow, and P. Ruggiero)
Unpacking differences of who is in the sample based on survey contact mode (with A. Hadziomerspahic and S. Kolstoe)
A green rush? Cannabis legal status and agricultural land values (with W.J. Beasley)
Valuing information and perceived risk from water contamination discoveries (with L. Parton)
Dundas, S. J., S. Capalbo, and J. Sterns. 2023. The economic implications of climate change for Oregon. In: Fleishman, E. (ed.) Sixth Oregon Climate Assessment. Corvallis, OR: Oregon Climate Change Research Institute. pp. 134-157.
Dundas, S. J. 2022. Economic and policy implications for coastal housing markets facing sea level rise and erosion. In: Conway-Cranos, L., J. D. Toft, D. J. Trimbach, H. Faulkner, J. Krienitz, D. Williams, and S. Des Roches (eds.) The 2021 Puget Sound Nearshore Restoration Summit Proceedings. Olympia, WA: Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. p 46-47.