Gary D. Lynne Emeritus Professor
Ph.D., Agricultural Economics, Oregon State University
M.S., Agricultural Economics, North Dakota State University
B.S., Agricultural Economics, North Dakota State University
- Interests and motivations in conservation to achieve sustainability
- Framework and theory development in behavioral and ecological economics
Czap, N.V., Czap, H.J., Khatchaturyan, M., Lynne, G.D., and Burbach, M.E. “Walking in the Shoes of Others: Experimental Testing of Dual-Interest and Empathy in Environmental Choice.” Journal of Socio-Economics 41, 5 (October 2012): 642-653.
Czap, N.V., Czap, H.J., Khachaturyan, M., Burbach, M.E., and Lynne, G.D. “Smiley or Frowney: The Effect of Emotions and Empathy Framing in a Downstream Water Pollution Game.” International Journal of Economics and Finance 5, 3 (2013): 9-23 (also published on-line Feb. 22: see http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/ijef/issue/view/736 ).
Reimer, A., Thompson, A., Prokopy, L.S., Arbuckle, J.G., Genskow, K., Jackson-Smith, D.J., Lynne, G., McCann, L., Wright Morton, L., and Nowak, P. “People, Place, Behavior, and Context: A Research Agenda for Expanding Our Understanding of What Motivates Farmers’ Conservation Behaviors.” Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 69, 2 (March/April, 2014): 57A-61A.
Czap, N.V., Czap, H.J., Burbach, M.E., and Lynne, G.D. “Gender in Environmental Context: An Effect of Property Rights, Fines, Empathy Nudging.” International Journal of Economics and Finance 6, 7 (2014): 11-23.
Czap, N.V., Czap, H.J., Lynne, G.D., and Burbach, M.E. “Walk in My Shoes: Nudging for Empathy Conservation.” Ecological Economics 118 (2015): 147-158.
Lynne, G.D., Czap, N.V., Czap, H.J., and Burback, M.E. “A Theoretical Foundation for Empathy Conservation: Toward Avoiding the Tragedy of the Commons.” Review of Behavioral Economics 3 (2016): 245 – 279.
Czap, H.J., Czap, N.V., Burbach, M.E., Lynne, G.D. Farm Bill 2014: An experimental investigation of conservation compliance, Journal of Sustainable Development, 9, 3 (2016): 23-38.
Zhang, Zhenu and Lynne, G. 2016. Is Social Capital Motivated by Self-interest Only? A Case Study on a Well-developed U.S. Rural Community. Universal Journal of Agricultural Research 4,1 (2016): 25-31.
Czap, H.J., Czap, N.V., Burbach, M.E., and Lynne, G.D. “Does Might Make Right? An Experiment on Assigning Property Rights.” Ecological Economics 150 (2018): 229-240.
Czap, N.V., Czap, H.J., Khachaturyan, M., Burbach, M.E. Comparing female and male response to financial incentives and empathy nudging in an environmental context. Review of Behavioral Economics 5 (2018): 61-84.
Czap, N.V., Czap, H.J., Khachaturyan, M., Burbach, M.E., and Lynne, G.D. “Experiments on Empathy Conservation: Implications for Environmental Policy.” Journal of Behavioral Economics for Policy 2,2 (2019):71-77.
Lynne, G.D. Metaeconomics: Tempering Excess Greed. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, in press ( https://www.palgrave.com/us/book/9783030506001 )
Lynne, G.D. and Saarinen, P.P. “Metaeconomic Solutions to Dysfunctional Water Markets.” In Altman, Morris (Ed.) Constructing a More Scientific Economics: John Tomer’s Pluralistic and Humanistic Economics. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, in process.