Frank Lupi

Frank Lupi

Ph.D., University of Minnesota
M.S., University of Illinois
B.S., University of Illinois


Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics
Michigan State University

446 W. Circle, Dr., Rm 301B, Morrill Hall of Agriculture
East Lansing, MI 48824-1039

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Selected Publications

Chen, X., Lupi, Frank, Vinas, A., He, G., Liu, Jianguo. 2010. Using Cost-Effective Targeting to Enhance the Efficiency of Conservation Investments in Payments for Ecosystem Services. Conservation Biology 24 (6): 1469-1478.

Hoehn, John P., Lupi, Frank, Kaplowitz, Michael. 2010. Stated Choice Experiments with Complex Ecosystem Changes: The Effects of Information Formats on Estimated Variances and Choice Parameters. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 35 (3): 568-590.

Sidique, Shaufique, Lupi, Frank, Joshi, Satish V. 2010. The Effects of Behaviors and Attitude on Drop-off Recycling Activities. Resources, Conservation and Recycling 54 (3): 163-170.

Chen, Xiaodong, Lupi, Frank, He, Guangming, Ouyang, Zhiyun, Liu, Jianguo. 2009. Factors affecting land reconversion plans following a payment for ecosystem service program. Biological Conservation (142): 1740-1747.

Kaplowitz, Michael, Lupi, Frank, Bailey, D. 2008. Wetland mitigation banking: The banker’s perspective. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 63 (3): 162-172.

Horan, R., and Frank Lupi, 2005. “Tradable risk permits to prevent future introductions of alien invasive species into the Great Lakes, Ecological Economics, 52(3): 289-304.

Kaplowitz, M., Frank Lupi, and J. Hoehn, 2004. “Multiple-methods for developing and evaluating a stated preference survey for valuing wetland ecosystems.” In Questionnaire Development, Evaluation, and Testing Methods, (S. Presser, et al., eds). 503-524. Wiley:New Jersey. 2004.

Lupi, Frank, J. Hoehn and G. Christie. 2003. “Using an Economic Model of Recreational Fishing to Evaluate Benefits of Sea Lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) Control,” Journal of Great Lakes Research. 29: 742-754.

Lupi, Frank, M. D. Kaplowitz, and J. Hoehn , 2002. “The Economic Equivalency of Drained and Restored Wetlands in Michigan,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 84:1355-1361.

An, L.., Frank Lupi, J. Liu, M. Linderman, and J. Huang, 2002. “Modeling the Switch from Fuelwood to Electricity: Implications for the Conservation of Giant Panda Habitat,” Ecological Economics: 42(3): 445-457.

Knoche, S. D. and F. Lupi. 2007. “Valuing Deer Hunting Services from Farm Landscapes.” Ecological Economics 64(2):313-320.

Swain, E., P. Jakus, G. Rice, F. Lupi, P. Maxson, J. Pacyna, A. Penn, S. Spiegel and M. Veiga, 2007. “Socioeconomic Consequences of Mercury Use and Pollution.” Ambio 36(1):45-61.

Swinton, S. M., F. Lupi, G. P. Robertson, and S. K. Hamilton. 2007. “Ecosystem services and agriculture: Cultivating agricultural ecosystems for diverse benefits.” Ecological Economics 64(2):245-252.