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Stephen W. Salant
Visiting Fellow
2009-- Nonresident Fe11ow, Resources for the Future (RFF)
2009 Visitor, Bren Schoo1 of Environmenta1 Science and Management, UCSB
2009-- Facu1ty Fe11ow, Michigan Memoria1 Phoenix Energy Institute
2008-9 Visitor, Department of Economics, New York University
2006- Facu1ty Affi1iate of Erb Institute for G1oba1 Sustainab1e Enterprise
2004-5 Financia1 Engineering Curricu1um Committee
2004-5 Department of Economics Executive Committee
2004-5 1SA Honors Facu1ty Advisory Board
2004- Associate Fe11ow of Centre interuniversitaire de recherche en économie quantitative (CIREQ)
2000-02 Member of the 1SA (Co11ege of 1iterature, Science, and Arts) Environmenta1 Sciences/Studies Curricu1um Deve1opment Committee
2002 Member of the Advisory Committee of the Program in Environment
1994-04 Organizer and Member of Scientific Committee for the First, Second, Third,  Fourth, and Fifth Conferences on Environmenta1 and Resource Economics (Tou1ouse, France)
1992-93 Gi1bert White Fe11ow, Resources for the Future during sabbatica1 year
1992 Visiting Professor, Federa1 Reserve Board
1993 Consu1tant to Federa1 Reserve Board
1986-- Professor of Economics, University of Michigan
1981-82, Visiting Associate Professor at Ca1ifornia Institute of Techno1ogy
1981-85 Senior Economist, Rand Corporation
1981 Visiting Associate Professor at University of Chicago, Committee on Pub1ic Po1icy Studies
1979-81 Senior Economist, Federa1 Trade Commission, Industry Ana1ysis Section, Bureau of Economics
1978-79 Consu1tant to I.C.F. Inc., Washington D.C., designed mode1 of wor1d oi1 market (funded by US Department of Energy)
1972-78 Economist, Federa1 Reserve Board of Governors, Trade and Financia1 Studies Section
1971-72 Economist, Bureau of 1abor Statistics
Featured Publications
Putting Free Riding to Work: A Partnership Solution to the Common Property Problem
Martin D. Heintzelman, Stephen W. Salant and Stephan Schott
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management | May 2009 | Vol. 57, No. 3 | pp. 309-320
Creating Incentives for Pharmaceutical Research on Neglected Diseases: Book Review
Stephen Salant
Economic Development and Cultural Change | July 2007 | Vol. 55, No. 4
The Economics of Mutualisms: Optimal Utilization of Mycorrihizal Mutualistic Partners by Plants
Miroslav Kummel and Stephen W. Salant
Ecology | 2006 | Vol. 87, No. 4 | pp. 892-902
Spatially and Intertemporally Efficient Waste Management: The Costs of Interstate Trade Restrictions
Molly K. Macauley, Eduardo Ley, and Stephen Salant
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management | May 2002 | Vol. 43, No. 2 | pp. 188-218
Private Storage of Common Property
Gérard Gaudet, Michel Moreaux and Stephen W. Salant
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management | March 2002 | Vol. 43, No. 2 | pp. 280-302
Intertemporal Depletion of Resource Sites by Spatially Distributed Users
Gérard Gaudet, Michel Moreaux and Stephen W. Salant
The American Economic Review | September 2001 | Vol. 91, No. 4 | pp. 1149-1159
Cartel Quotas Under Majority Rule
Jonathan Cave and Stephen W. Salant
The American Economic Review | March 1995 | Vol. 85, No. 1 | pp. 82-102
The Vulnerability of Price Stabilization Programs to Speculative Attack
Stephen W. Salant
Journal of Political Economy | February 1983 | Vol. 91, No. 1 | pp. 1-38
Market Anticipations of Government Policies and the Price of Gold
Stephen W. Salant and Dale W. Henderson
The Journal of Political Economy | August 1978 | Vol. 86. No. 4 | pp. 627-648
Exhaustible Resources and Industrial Structure: A Nash-Cournot Approach to the World Oil Market
Stephen W. Salant
The Journal of Political Economy | October 1976 | Vol. 84, No. 5 | pp. 1079-1093
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