Brian Danley

Brian Danley
Uppsala University | UU · Department of Earth Sciences

PhD Environmental Economics

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Introduction
I am an Assistant Professor/Associate Senior Lecturer in Environmental Science at Uppsala University, Campus Gotland. As a member of the Natural Resources and Sustainable Development research group at the Department of Earth Sciences, I am responsible for the Nature-based tourism track in the Sustainable Destination Development Masters program. Link to my personal website:
Education
May 2014 - January 2019
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Field of study
  • Environmental Economics

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Publications (14)
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While there is a large literature on how individual homeowners perceive location-specific wildfire hazard, there is only one study specific to U.S. family forest owners. Using respondents from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service's National Woodland Owner Survey of family forest ownerships in the United States, we inves...
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Sweden is not on track to meet its own national 2020 environmental goals for sustainable forests. Due to the deliberate design of Swedish forest policy, private forest owners’ voluntary forest and biodiversity protection efforts are required to help close the policy gap. Using survey data from Swedish family forest owners, this paper outlines how f...
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Easily recognizable species are often used as so-called ‘flagship’ species to raise awareness and funding for conservation action, but this practice has been criticized for neglecting low-profile species. One component of biodiversity is the geographic distribution of where species live, with species that live in only one habitat being endemic to t...
Technical Report
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Washington State Legislature tasked the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences within the College of the Environment at the University of Washington in Seattle to address a set of questions that broadly deal with the status of Washington’s small forest landowners (SFLOs) and their lands, including their current state, trends, regulatory impact...
Technical Report
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Havsmiljöinstitutet har på uppdrag av Havs- och vattenmyndigheten tagit fram en rapport om hur användning och utformning av samhällsekonomisk kunskap, metoder och analyser skulle kunna vidareutvecklas som ett led i genomförandet av en ekosystembaserad fiskförvaltning. Rapporten är framtagen i samarbete med Luleå Tekniska Universitet, Umeå Universit...
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Established frameworks such as the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (MEA) and the Total Economic Value (TEV) recognize how forest Ecosystem services have extrinsic and intrinsic Value to Society. We critically discuss the appropriateness of attempting to adapt a Service-dominant logic (S-D logic) framework to meet the unique characteristics of Fores...
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Abstract: The extensive literature on non-industrial private forest owner typologies often assumes that different forest owner types will respond to different policy instruments according to shared forest ownership objectives. Forest owner typologies using principal component analysis and subsequent k-means clustering techniques are now prolific. T...
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Non-industrial private forest owners in Sweden are encouraged to mitigate environmental damages from forestry on their properties under a principle of “freedom with responsibility,” although the level of mitigation is generally left to the owners’ discretion. One voluntary measure private forest owners are encouraged to take is setting aside a part...
Technical Report
As a typical Midwestern city, Kansas City and its successful entrepreneurs often are overlooked in economic development studies. We find, however, compelling evidence that the region has ample entrepreneurial success to celebrate, study, and share since numerous Kansas City area firms have appeared on Inc. magazine’s list of the fastest-growing com...
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Developed as part of “The Ascent of America’s High-Growth Companies,” a Kauffman Foundation report series that analyzes geographic trends of Inc. 500 companies from 1982-2010, these profiles reveal state-specific trends in growth or decline of Inc. firms over three decades. The profiles also compare Inc. companies’ presence in each state’s Metropol...
Technical Report
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This report offers the first-ever deep dive into the geographic trends of America’s fastest-growing private companies - the Inc. 500. Inc. magazine’s annual ranking, which began in 1982, has become an important point of pride for high-achieving companies and a source of research for economists. Not until now, however, has anyone dissected the past...

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