Research

PUBLICATIONS

Peer-Reviewed Articles

  1. Burnett, J.W. and C.A. Mothorpe. 2018. An Economic Assessment of the Southern Atlantic Coastal Region’s Stormwater Management Practices. Water Economics and Policy, 4(4), 1-38.
  2. Kucher, O., J.W. Burnett, and  D.J. Lacombe. 2018. Spatial Spillovers in U.S. Wholesale Gasoline Markets. Papers in Regional Science, 97(3), 687-710.
  3. Burnett, J.W. and J.F. Madariaga. 2018. A Top-Down Economic Efficiency Analysis of U.S. Household Energy Consumption. The Energy Journal, 39(4), 1-30.
  4. Xiarchos, I.M., and J.W. Burnett. 2018. Dynamic Volatility Spillovers in Agricultural and Energy Commodities. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 50(3), 291-318.
  5. Burnett, J.W., and J.F. Madariaga. 2017. The Convergence of U.S. State-level Energy Intensity. Energy Economics, 62, 357-370.
  6. Burnett, J.W., and X. Zhao. 2017. Spatially Explicit Prediction of Wholesale Electricity Prices. International Regional Science Review, 40(2), 99-140.
  7. Burnett, J.W. 2016. Club Convergence and Clustering of U.S. Energy-Related CO2 Emissions. Resource and Energy Economics, 46, 62-84.
  8. Weber, J., J.W. Burnett, and I.M. Xiarchos. 2016. Broadening Benefits from Natural Resource Extraction: Housing Values and Taxation of Natural Gas Wells as Property. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 35(3), 587-614.
  9. Burnett, J.W. 2015. Unconventional Gas and Oil Development: Economic and Environmental Impacts. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, 44(2), 3-8.
  10. Burnett, J.W., and  X. Zhao. 2015. Forecasting U.S. State-Level Carbon Dioxide Emissions. The Review of Regional Studies, 44(3), 223-240.
  11. Zhao, X., J.W. Burnett, and D.J. Lacombe. 2015. Province-level Convergence of China CO2 Emission Intensity: A Spatial Dynamic Panel Data Analysis. Applied Energy, 150, 286-295.
  12. Burnett, J.W., R. Jackson, and R. Blobaum. 2015. The State of Play in Poland’s Unconventional Shale and Oil Development. Development Policy Review, 33(4), 395-414.
  13. Zhao, X., and J.W. Burnett. 2014. Forecasting Province-Level CO2 Emissions in China. Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences, 7(3), 171-181.
  14. Zhao, X., J.W. Burnett, and J.J. Fletcher. 2014. Spatial Analysis of China Province Level CO2 Emission Intensity. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 33, 1-10.
  15. Burnett, J.W., and D.J. Lacombe. 2013. Accounting for Spatial Autocorrelation in the 2004 Presidential Popular Vote: A Reassessment of the Evidence. The Review of Regional Studies, 42(1), 75-89.
  16. Burnett, J.W., J.C. Bergstrom, and M.E. Wetzstein. 2013. Carbon Dioxide Emissions and Economic Growth in the U.S. Journal of Policy Modeling, 35(6), 1014-1028.
  17. Burnett, J.W., J. Bergstrom, and J. Dorfman. 2013. A Spatial Panel Data Approach to Estimating U.S. State-Level Energy Emissions. Energy Economics, 40, 396-404.
  18. Michieka, N., J.J. Fletcher, and J.W. Burnett. 2012. An Empirical Analysis of the Role of China’s Exports on CO2 Emissions. Applied Energy, 104, 258-267.

Other Peer-Reviewed Articles

  1. Burnett, J.W., and J. Weber. 2014. Is the Natural Gas Revolution all its Fracked Up to Be for Local Economies? Choices Magazine, 29(4), 1-5.
  2. Weber, J., J.W. Burnett, and I.M. Xiarchos 2014. Unconventional Gas Development and Local Public Finance: Evidence from the Barnett Shale. US Association for Energy Economics Dialogue, 22(3).
  3. Burnett, J.W. 2013. Cooperative Management of Water Resources: An Economic Perspective. Global Water Forum.
  4. Burnett, J.W. 2013. Hydraulic Fracturing and U.S. Water Policy. Global Water Forum.
  5. Burnett, J.W. 2012. Spatial Modeling Techniques in the Analysis of Energy Economics. US Association for Energy Economics Dialogue, 20(1).

Technical Reports

  1. Strager, M., J.W. Burnett, J. Strager, and A. Maxwell. 2014. Development of a Spatially Explicit Surface Coal Mining Predictive Model. The Natural Conservancy.
  2. Burnett, J.W. 2015. Moving to A Free Market Agricultural Policy. Americans for Limited Government Foundation.

Working Papers

  1. Schnitker, A. and J.W. Burnett. 2018. Evaluating the Economic Value of Carbon Sequestration in a Community-Owned and Managed Forest of Rural Central Mexico.
  2. Burnett, J.W., C. Mothorpe, and S.C. Jaume´. 2018. The Economic Impacts of Oklahoma’s Earthquake Alley: Unconventional Oil and Gas Development, Induced Seismic Activity, and Housing Prices.
  3. Wyman, D.M., C.A. Mothorpe, and J.W. Burnett. 2018. What the Frack? The Distributional Impacts of Induced Earthquakes on Residential Property Values.
  4. Harker-Steele, A., J.C. Bergstrom, and J.W. Burnett. 2018. The Unintended Consequences of Increasing the Capacity of Variable Generation into the Electricity Grid.

PRESENTATIONS, LECTURES, PANELS, AND PAPERS

  1. Burnett, J.W., C. Mothorpe, and S.C. Jaume´. 2018, June. Earthquake Alley: Unconventional Oil and Gas Development, Induced Seismic Activity, and Housing Price Impacts. World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, Gothenburg, Sweden.
  2. Burnett, J.W., and J.F. Madariaga. 2017, November. A Top-Down Economic Efficiency Analysis of U.S. Household Energy Consumption. Southern Economics Association, Tampa, FL.
  3. Burnett, J.W., C.A. Mothorpe, C., and S.C. Jaume´. 2017, November. Earthquake Alley: Unconventional Oil and Gas Development, Induced Seismic Activity, and Housing Price Impacts. Southern Economics Association, Tampa, FL.
  4. Burnett, J.W. 2017, August. Energy Economics 101: A Primer on the Economics and Markets of Energy. Center for Advanced Power Engineering Research, Asheville, NC.
  5. Burnett, J.W., C.A. Mothorpe, and S.C. Jaume´. 2017, July. Earthquake Alley: Unconventional Oil and Gas Development, Induced Seismic Activity, and Housing Price Impacts. International Energy Workshop, University of Maryland.
  6. Burnett, J.W., and J.F. Madariaga. 2017, April. A Top-Down Economic Efficiency Analysis of U.S. Household Energy Consumption. Invited Presentation, University of Georgia.
  7. Burnett, J.W., and J.F. Madariaga. 2016, November. The Convergence of U.S. State-Level Energy Intensity. Southern Economic Association Meeting, Washington, DC.
  8. Burnett, J.W., and J.F. Madariaga. 2016, May. The Convergence of U.S. State-Level Energy Intensity. South Carolina Applied Microeconomics Day, Greenville, SC.
  9. Burnett, J.W. 2016, March. Broadening Benefits from Natural Resource Extraction: Housing Values and Taxation of Natural Gas Wells as Property. Public Choice Society Meeting, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
  10. Burnett, J.W. 2015, November. An Energy Efficiency Analysis of California’s Household Energy Use. Southern Economic Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
  11. Burnett, J.W. 2014, November. Spatially Explicit Prediction of Wholesale Electricity Prices. Regional Science Association International Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  12. Burnett, J.W. 2014. November. Shale Gas Development and Housing Values Over a Decade: Evidence from the Barnett Shale. Southern Economic Association, Atlanta, GA.
  13. Burnett, J.W. 2014, June. Shale Gas Development and Housing Values Over a Decade: Evidence from the Barnett Shale. International Association of Energy Economics, New York, NY.
  14. Burnett, J.W. 2013, November. Spatially Explicit Prediction of Wholesale Electricity Prices. Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, Athens, GA.
  15. Burnett, J.W. 2013, November. Province-level Convergence of China CO2 Emission Intensity: A Spatial Dynamic Panel Data Analysis. North American Resource Science Council, Atlanta, GA.
  16. Burnett, J.W. 2013, October. Province-level Convergence of China CO2 Emission Intensity: A Spatial Dynamic Panel Data Analysis. Department of Economics, Hangzhou, China.
  17. Burnett, J.W. 2013, October. Forecasting Future Coal Production from Surface Mining in Central Appalachia. Pittsburgh International Coal Conference, Beijing, China.
  18. Burnett, J.W. 2013, July. Club Convergence and Clustering of U.S. Energy-Related CO2 Emissions. Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, Washington, DC.
  19. Burnett, J.W. 2013, July. Club Convergence and Clustering of U.S. Energy-Related CO2 Emissions. US Association of Energy Economics, Anchorage, AK.
  20. Burnett, J.W. 2013, July. Forecasting U.S. State-Level Carbon Dioxide Emissions. VII World Conference of Spatial Econometrics, Washington, DC.
  21. Burnett, J.W. 2013, June. Spatially Explicit Prediction of Wholesale Electricity Prices. International Association of Energy Economics, New York, NY.
  22. Burnett, J.W. 2013, June. Forecasting China Province-Level CO2 Emissions with a Spatial Panel Data Approach. London Symposium on Climate Change, London, England.
  23. Burnett, J.W. 2013, June. Dutch Disease and the Resource Curse: Too Much Wealth Managed Unwisely. XXIV International Conference Drilling Oil-Gas AGH, Krakow, Poland.
  24. Burnett, J.W. 2013, March. Club Convergence and Clustering of U.S. Energy-Related CO2 Emissions. Southern Regional Science Association, Washington, DC.
  25. Burnett, J.W. 2012, July. Energy and Speculation: New Dynamics in Agricultural Commodity Price Volatility. Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, Seattle, WA.
  26. Burnett, J.W. 2011, October. State-Level Energy Consumption, Carbon Dioxide Emissions, and Economic Growth. US Association of Energy Economics, Washington, DC.
  27. Burnett, J.W. 2011, August. A Spatiotemporal Fixed Effects Estimation of U.S. State-Level Carbon Dioxide Emissions. Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, Pittsburgh, PA.

EDITORIAL AND REVIEW ACTIVITIES

Dr. Burnett has served as an invited manuscript reviewer or referee for the following peer-reviewed academic journals: The Energy Journal, Energy Economics, Energy Policy, Environmental and Resource Economics, Land Economics, Energies, Journal of Cleaner Production, Papers in Regional Science, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, the Review of Regional Studies, Growth and Change, Resources, Ecological Indicators, Atlantic Economic Journal, Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, Natural Resources Research, Annals of Regional Science, and Energy Efficiency. According to Publons, Dr. Burnett is within the top 1% of reviewers — in terms of the number of reviews he has performed over the past five years.

Dr. Burnett is currently a member of the editorial board for the Review of Regional Studies.