John Lynham

John Lynham

Professor of Economics

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

John Lynham is a Professor of Economics at the University of Hawaiʻi, where he is also a UHERO Research Fellow, the Director of the Graduate Ocean Policy Certificate program, and the Undergraduate Chair for Economics. Outside of UH, he is a Fellow with emLab at UCSB and serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Environmental Economics & Management. He has been selected as a Pacific Century Fellow and as a recipient of the Board of Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Teaching.

Interests

  • Environmental/Resource Economics
  • Fisheries Economics
  • Marine Ecology
  • Behavioral Economics

Education

  • PhD in Economics, 2008

    University of California Santa Barbara

  • MA in Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology, 2008

    University of California Santa Barbara

  • MA in Economics, 2005

    University of California Santa Barbara

  • BA in Economics, 2003

    Trinity College, University of Dublin

Five Most Recent Publications

(2020). Risk preferences after a typhoon: An artefactual field experiment with fishers in the Philippines. Journal of Economic Psychology.

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(2020). Coastal armoring and sinking property values: the case of seawalls in California. Environmental Economics and Policy Studies.

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(2020). Impact of two of the world's largest protected areas on longline fishery catch rates. Nature Communications.

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(2020). Environmental market design for large-scale marine conservation. Nature Sustainability.

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(2020). Can demand-side management replicate a size limit in a small-scale fishery?. Fisheries Research.

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