An undergraduate research journal publishing articles in environmental and resource economics authored and peer reviewed by undergraduate students.
The journal published four volumes between 2014-2017 and is currently inactive.
See the About This Journal Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Issue: Volume 4, Issue 1 (2017)Welcome to this issue of the Journal of Environmental and Resource Economics at Colby (JEREC), an open access peer-reviewed journal publishing articles authored and peer reviewed by undergraduate students. The articles featured in this issue of the JEREC stem from senior seminar projects conducted by students in Third Wave of Environmental Management Seminar (EC472) during Spring 2017.
Welcome by the Editor
Nathan W. Chan
Invited Introduction to JEREC
When Trash Costs Money: Analyzing the Impact of Pay-As-You-Throw Programs in Massachusetts
Thomas W. Barry IV
The Effects from Public Transportation on Property Values: A Closer look at Scituate, Hanover, and Norwell, Massachusetts
Alexandra Taylor Perticone and Christine S. Coveney
The EPA's Air Quality Index, and Public Transportation Usage in the Chicago Metro Region
Nicholas R. Rosenberg
Water Restrictions and Water Use: An Analysis of Water Restriction Effects in Norfolk County
Rebecca L. Robinson and Ashley Conley
Nudging Neighbors: Analyzing Peer Effects of the LakeSmart Program in the Belgrade Lakes
George A. Voigt
How Individuals React to Smog Alerts in Beijing --Evidence from Beijing Subway Volume
Electricity Demand Due to Policy Change in the U.K.
Kevin W. Doherty