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Douglas Noonan

Douglas Noonan

Professor
Faculty Advisory Council, IU Public Policy Institute
School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Office: BS 4073
Phone: 317-278-2448
Email: noonand@iupui.edu

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Poverty and Entrepreneurship in Indiana

Professor Noonan joined SPEA in January 2013.

Education

  • Ph.D. in Public Policy, University of Chicago, 2002
  • M.A. in Public Policy, University of Chicago, 1999
  • B.A. in International Studies, University of Washington, 1995

Professional experience

  • Professor, School of Public and Environmental Affairs at IUPUI (2013 – present)
  • Associate Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Public Policy (2008 – 2012)
  • Assistant Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Public Policy (2002 – 2008)
  • Instructor, University of Chicago, Harris School of Public Policy Studies (1998 – 2002)

Major fields of expertise

  • Environmental economics and policy
  • Urban economics
  • Policy analysis
  • Arts and cultural policy
  • Econometrics

Intellectual contributions

Book:

  • John A. Baden and Douglas S. Noonan, eds. 1998. Managing the Commons. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Refereed Publications:

  • “The Closer the Better? Examining Support for a Large Urban Redevelopment Project in Atlanta,” with Lin-Han Chiang Hsieh. Journal of Urban Affairs. Forthcoming.
  • “Ten Questions Concerning Integrating Smart Buildings into the Smart Grid,” with Thomas M. Lawrence, Marie-Claude Boudreau, Lieve Helsen, Gregor Henze, Javad Mohammadpour, Dieter Patteeuw, Shanti Pless, and Richard T. Watson. Building and Environment. 108: 273-283, 2016.
  • “Green Buildings: Economics and Policies,” with Daniel C. Matisoff and Mallory E. Flowers. Review of Environmental Economics and Policy. 10.2: 329-346, 2016.
  • “Philanthropic Support of National Parks: Analysis Using the Social-Ecological Systems Framework,” with Tracy Yandle and Beth Gazley. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. 45(4S): 134S-155S, 2016.
  • “Characteristics of Voluntary Behavior in the Neighborhood Commons: The Case of Dog Parks,” with Daniel Matisoff and Nathanael Hoelzel. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. 45(4S): 78S-96S, 2016.
  • “Economic, Sociological, and Neighbor Dimensions of Energy Efficiency Adoption Behaviors: Evidence from the U.S Residential Heating and Air Conditioning Market,” with Lin-Han Chiang-Hsieh and Daniel Matisoff. Energy Research and Social Science. 10:102-113, 2015.
  • “Local Capacity and Resilience to Flooding: Community Responsiveness to the Community Ratings System Program Incentives,” with Abdul-Akeem Sadiq. Natural Hazards 78(2): 1413-1428, 2015.
  • “Arts of the States in Crisis: Revisiting Determinants of State-Level Appropriations to Arts Agencies.” Poetics. 49: 30-42, 2015.
  • “Spatial Regulation of Air Toxics Hot Spots,” with Rama Mohana Turaga and Ann Bostrom. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management. 34(2): 298-327, 2015.
  • “Flood Disaster Management Policy: An Analysis of the United States Community Ratings System,” with Abdul-Akeem Sadiq. Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research.  7(1): 5-22, 2015.
  • “Electric Utilities, Fuel Use, and Responsiveness to Fuel Prices,” with Daniel Matisoff and Jinshu Cui.  Energy Economics.  46: 445-452, 2014.
  • “Criterion and Predictive Validity of Revealed and Stated Preference Data: The Case of ‘Mountain Home Music’ Concert Demand,” with John C. Whitehead and Elizabeth Marquardt. Economics and Business Letters. Forthcoming.
  • “Arts Districts, Universities, and the Rise of Digital Media,” with Shiri M. Breznitz. Journal of Technology Transfer. 39(4): 594-615.
  • “Smoggy with a Chance of Altruism: The Effects of Ozone Alerts on Outdoor Recreation and Driving.” Policy Studies Journal. 42(1): 122-145, 2014.
  • “Performance or Marketing Benefits? The Case of LEED Certification,” with Daniel Matisoff and Anna Mazzolini. Environmental Science & Technology. 48(3): 2001-2007, 2014.
  • “Use of Impact Fees to Incentivize Low-Impact Development and Promote Compact Growth,” with Zhongming Lu, John Crittenden, Hyunju Jeong, and Dali Wang. Environmental Science & Technology. 47(19): 10744–10752, 2013.
  • “How U.S. Cultural Districts Reshape Neighbourhoods.” Cultural Trends. 22(3-4): 203-212, 2013.
  • “Arts Districts, Universities, and the Rise of Media Arts,” with Shiri M. Breznitz, in Michael Rushton, ed. Creative Communities: Art Works in Economic Development. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, pp.118-143, 2013.
  • “City Air or City Markets: Worker Productivity Gains across City Sizes,” with Douglas J. Krupka. International Regional Science Review. 36(2): 183-206, 2013.
  • “Convergence in Environmental Reporting: Assessing the Carbon Disclosure Project,” with Daniel Matisoff and John J. O’Brien. Business Strategy and the Environment. 22(5): 285-305, 2013.
  • “Spatial Effects in Energy-Efficient Residential HVAC Technology Adoption,” with Lin-Han Chiang Hsieh and Daniel Matisoff. Environment & Behavior. 45(4): 476-503, 2013.
  • “Urban Transformation and Individual Responsibility: The Atlanta BeltLine,” with Robert Kirkman and Sean K. Dunn. Planning Theory. 11(4): 418-434, 2012.
  • "Managing Contested Greenspace: Neighborhood Commons and the Rise of Dog Parks," with Daniel Matisoff. International Journal of the Commons 6(1): 28-51.
  • "Estimated Validity and Reliability of On-Board Diagnostics for Older Vehicles: Comparison with Remote Sensing Observations," with Anupit Supnithadnaporn, Alexander Samoylov, and Michael Rodgers. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 61(10): 996-1004, 2011.
  • "Where the Cathedrals and Bazaars Are: An Index of Open Source Software Activity and Potential," with Paul M. A. Baker, Art Seavey, and Nathan W. Moon. Journal of Information Technology and Politics. 8(3): 273-303, 2011.
  • "Making – or Picking – Winners: Evidence of Internal and External Price Effects in Historic Preservation Policies," with Douglas J. Krupka. Real Estate Economics 39(2): 379-407, 2011.
  • "Hot Spots Regulation and Environmental Justice," with Rama Mohana Turaga and Ann Bostrom. Ecological Economics 70(7): 1395-1405, 2011.
  • "Gigaton Problems Need Gigaton Solutions," with Ming Xu, John Crittenden, Yongshen Chen, Valerie M. Thomas, Reginald DesRoches, Marilyn Brown, and Steven French. Environmental Science & Technology 44(11): 4037-4041, 2010.
  • "Determinants of Historic and Cultural Landmark Designation: Why We Preserve What We Preserve," with Douglas J. Krupka. Journal of Cultural Economics 34(1): 1-26, 2010.
  • "Superfund, Hedonics, and the Scales of Environmental Justice," with Rama Mohana Turaga and Brett M. Baden. Environmental Management 44(5): 909-920, 2009.
  • "Empowerment Zones, Neighborhood Change and Owner-Occupied Housing," with Douglas J. Krupka. Regional Science and Urban Economics 39(4): 386-396, 2009.
  • "Evaluating Price Effects of Historic Preservation Policies: Landmark Preservation in Chicago, 1990-1999," in Luigi Fusco Girard and Peter Nijkamp (eds), Cultural Tourism and Sustainable Local Development. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp.289-313, 2009.
  • "Free Market Environmentalism." in J. Baird Callicott and Robert Frodeman (eds.) Encyclopedia of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy. Detroit: Macmillan Reference, pp.442-444, 2008.
  • "Evidence of Environmental Justice: A Critical Perspective on the Practice of EJ Research and Lessons for Policy Design," Social Science Quarterly 89(5): 1154 – 1174, 2008.
  • "Fiscal Pressures, Institutional Context, and Constituents: A Dynamic Model of States' Arts Agency Appropriations," Journal of Cultural Economics 31(4): 293-310, 2007.
  • "Neighborhood Dynamics and Price Effects of Superfund Site Clean-up," with Douglas J. Krupka and Brett M. Baden. Journal of Regional Science 47(4): 665-692, 2007.
  • "Ecology and Valuation: Big Changes Needed," with Bryan Norton. Ecological Economics 63(4): 644-675, 2007.
  • "Scales of Justice: Is There A Geographic Bias in Environmental Equity Analysis?" with Brett M. Baden and Rama Mohana Turaga. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 50(2): 163-185, 2007.
  • "Finding an Impact of Preservation Policies: Price Effects of Historic Landmarks on Attached Homes in Chicago 1990-1999," Economic Development Quarterly 21(1): 17-33, 2007.
  • * Reprinted in Recent Developments in Cultural Economics, Ruth Towse, ed. Edward Elgar, 2007.
  • "A Quasi-Experimental Evaluation of High Emitter Non-Compliance and its Impact on Vehicular Tailpipe Emissions in Atlanta, 1997-2001," with Asim Zia, Bryan G. Norton, Michael O. Rodgers, and Leisha DeHart-Davis. Transportation Research Part D: Transportation and Environment 11(1): 77-96, 2006.
  • "Decision Factors Concerning Installation of Higher Efficiency Energy Consuming Equipment in Buildings," with Thomas M. Lawrence, Jeffrey D. Mullen, and Jay Enck. ASHRAE Journal 47(9): S40-S47, 2005.
  • "Neighbors, Barriers, and Urban Environments: Are Things Different on the Other Side of the Tracks?" Urban Studies 42(10): 1817-1835, 2005.
  • "Valuing Arts and Culture: A Research Agenda for Contingent Valuation," Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society 34(3): 205-221, 2004.
  • "Contingent Valuation and Cultural Resources: A Meta-Analytic Review of the Literature," Journal of Cultural Economics 27(3-4): 159-176, 2003.
  • "An Economic Model of a Genetic Resistance Commons: Effects of Market Structure Applied to Biotechnology in Agriculture," in Ramanan Laxminarayan, ed. Battling Resistance to Antibiotics and Pesticides: An Economic Approach. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future, pp.263-287, 2003.
  • "The Externalities of Neighbors and the Role of Barriers in Urban Geography," Chicago Policy Review 3(2): 93-113, 2000.

Book Chapters:

  • “Assessing EPA's Experience with Equity in Standard-Setting,” in David M. Konisky, ed. Failed Promises: Evaluating the Federal Government’s Response to Environmental Justice.  MIT Press, pp.85-116, 2015.
  • “Air Pollution,” in Tim Haab and John Whitehead, eds. Environmental and Natural Resource Economics: An Encyclopedia.  Greenwood, pp.6-8, 2014.
  • “The Reach of Open Source Software,” in Paul M. A. Baker, J. Hanson, and J. Hunsinger, eds.  The Unconnected: Social Justice, Participation and Engagement in the Information Society.  Peter Lang Publishers.  pp.103-124, 2013.
  • “Energy and Water Interdependence, and Their Implications for Urban Areas,” with Liz Minne et al., in Robert A. Meyers, ed. Encyclopedia of Sustainability Science and Technology. Springer Publishing, 2012.
  • “Markets Effects of Historic Preservation,” in Ilde Rizzo and Anna Mignosa, eds. Handbook on the Economics of Cultural Heritage. Edward Elgar Publishing, pp.344-363, 2013.
  • "Amenities Tomorrow: A Greenbelt Project's Impacts over Space, Time," in H. Spencer Banzhaf, ed. Markets for Land and Pollution: Implications for Environmental Justice. Stanford University Press, pp. 170-196, 2012.
  • "Air Today, Gone Tomorrow: Atlanta's Air Quality Past and Future," with Jennifer Chirico, in David Sjoquist, ed. Past Trends and Future Prospects of the American City: The Dynamics of Atlanta, Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, pp. 107-131, 2009.
  • "International Fisheries Management Institutions: Europe and the South Pacific," in John A. Baden and Douglas S. Noonan, eds. Managing the Commons, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp.165-177, 1998.
  • "The Federal Treasury as a Common Pool Resource: The Predatory Bureaucracy as a Management Tool," with John A. Baden, in John A. Baden and Douglas S. Noonan, eds. Managing the Commons, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp.204-209, 1998.
  • "Amenities Tomorrow: A Greenbelt Project's Impacts over Space, Time," in H. Spencer Banzhaf, ed. Markets for Land and Pollution: Implications for Environmental Justice. Stanford University Press. Forthcoming, 2012.
  • "Air Today, Gone Tomorrow: Atlanta's Air Quality Past and Future," with Jennifer Chirico, in David Sjoquist, ed. Past Trends and Future Prospects of the American City: The Dynamics of Atlanta, Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, pp. 107-131, 2009.
  • "Internet Decentralization, Feedback, and Self-Organization, " in John A. Baden and Douglas S. Noonan, eds. Managing the Commons, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp.188-194, 1998.

Service

  • Co-chair, Urban-Serving Universities section, NASPAA
  • Board member, Association of Cultural Economics International
  • Editorial Board, Journal of Cultural Economics
  • Member, Air Quality Health Advisory Task Force – Mothers & Others for Clean Air
  • Organizing team member and associate editor, Georgia Energy Informatics Cluster

Professional affiliations

  • Adjunct Associate Professor of Economics, Georgia State University, Department of Economics
  • American Economic Association
  • Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management
  • Association of Environmental and Resource Economists
  • Western Economic Association International
  • Southern Economic Association
  • Association of Cultural Economics International
  • American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association

Awards and recognition

  • Faculty Member of the Year (School of Public Policy, Georgia Tech), 2004-2005, 2011-2012
  • Faculty Legacy Award (Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, Georgia Tech), 2007
  • Class of 1969 Teaching Fellow (Georgia Tech), 2003-2004