are on Blackboard:
(available for guest or observer access)
Econ 210 Environmental Econ & Policy
Econ 435 Natural Resource Economics
Benefits and Costs to Rural Alaska Households from a Carbon Fee-and-Dividend Program - Working Paper
Dugan, D., Griego, H., Fay, G., Colt, S. 2009. Nature-Based Tourism in Southeast Alaska Final Report. March.
Colt, S., Dugan, D., Fay, G. 2007. The Regional Economy of Southeast Alaska. Final Report. March.
Colt, S. The Economic Importance of ANILCA to Alaska's Economy. DISCUSSION DRAFT. July 2005.
Colt, S., Goldsmith, S., Wiita, A. 2003. Sustainable Utilities in Rural Alaska. Final Report, prepared for USDA Rural Development and Alaska Science and Technology Foundation. (Overview Report about 40 pp) (Full report about 180 pp)
Colt, S. 2003. Fiscal and Economic Analysis of Homer Town Square Proposed Development Alternatives
Prepared for Kachemak Heritage Land Trust. April.
Colt, S., Gunnar Knapp, and Jeffrey Griffin. 2002. Incremental Cost Analysis: Conservation and Sustainable Use of Wild Salmonid Diversity in Kamchatka, Russia. Prepared for United Nations Development Program / Global Environment Facility.
Colt, S. 2001. WEVS: The Wind Energy Valuation Spreadsheet, Technical Notes and Spreadsheet Model. Prepared for Alaska Energy Authority.
Colt, S., Martin, S., Mieren, J., and Tomeo, M. 2001. Recreation and Tourism in South-Central Alaska: Patterns and Prospects. USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station, PNW-GTR-551.
Colt, S. 2001. Alaska Natives and the New Harpoon: Economic Analysis of the ANCSA Regional Corporations. (This is the Longer version of the paper submitted to Society and Natural Resources, now under review).
Colt, S. 2001. Economic Importance of Healthy Alaska Ecosystems Prepared for Alaska Conservation Foundation.
Colt, S. 2000. Wind Electric Power Systems for Rural Alaska: Initial Screening Analysis. Prepared for Alaska Energy Authority.
Colt, S. 2000. Cost Analysis of Selected Flush Haul Water and Wastewater Systems in Rural Alaska. Prepared for Alaska Native Health Board.
Hill, A., and Colt, S. 2000. Existing and Potential Local Contributions To Village Safe Water Projects. Prepared for Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, Division of Facilities Construction and Operation.
Colt, S. 1999. A Simple “Fiscal Outlook” Model for Rural Alaska Communities. Prepared for Northwest Arctic Borough.
Colt, S. 1999. Salmon Fish Traps in Alaska: An Economic History Perspective. ISER Working paper 99.
Colt, S. 1994. Operations and Maintenance Issues in Rural Alaska Sanitation. Prepared for U.S. EPA Region 10.
My Dissertation (circa 1999)
Essay #1: Group-Based Asset Transfers and Economic Development: Some Results from Alaska's Native Corporations
Essay #2: Exploring Variation in the Economic Performance of Alaska Native Regional Corporations
Essay #3: Indian Gaming and Indian Welfare