Wumeng He

My work connects economic reasoning to program evaluation that relies on quasi-experimental statistical methods. I focus on evaluating forest conservation programs in developing countries.

Dissertation committee: Jeffrey Vincent , Alexander Pfaff , Randall Kramer , Christopher Timmins , Junjie Zhang

Current Research Interests

Resource economics, environmental economics, conservation, program evaluation

Working Papers:
He, Wumeng. "Nutritional Impact of Payments for Ecosystem Services in China". (Job Market Paper)

He, Wumeng, Jeffrey Vincent, and Orapan Nabangchang. "Correcting for Economic Heterogeneity When Outcomes Are Measured in Physical Terms: An Application to Forest Conservation in Thailand"

He, Wumeng, Jeffrey Vincent, Brian Murray, Chandra Giri, Brian Silliman, and Ryan Huang. "Incorporating Economics Increases the Estimated Impact of Protected Areas"

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