Associate Professor, Natural Resources and the Environment
Steven Wolf teaches and conducts research on environmental governance with a specific focus on efforts to secure public goods from private landscapes. His training and approach engage sociology and economics. While most projects address socioecological dynamics in industrialized societies of Europe and USA, he has current projects in India and China.
1996-2001, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Agricultural & Resource Economics, Univ. of California-Berkeley
1998-2000, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Toulouse
1996, Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Environmental Studies; Land Resources
1991, M.A. University of Virginia; Urban and Environmental Planning; Land Use
1986, B.A. University of Vermont; major in English, concentration in Chemistry
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