Andrew  Scheld

Assistant Professor

Email: [[scheld]]
Department: Fisheries Science
Interests: Fisheries economics and policy
Office: Andrews 442
Phone Extension: (804) 684-7160

Education
  • University of Washington
    School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, Ph.D. - 2014
    (Dissertation: Economic Effects of Multispecies Catch Shares)

  • University of Rhode Island
    Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, Ph.D. (ABD) - 2011
    M.S. in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics

  • University of Massachusetts, Amherst
    B.S. in Resource Economics (summa cum laude) - 2008

Curriculum Vitae

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Research Interests

My research interests lie at the intersection of social and ecological systems, addressing marine policy questions through application of economic theory and quantitative models. Thus far, my work has been primarily focused on economic evaluations of catch-share programs, exploring the market relationships, behavioral drivers, and technological parameters that govern individual outcomes and management success.

Research & Publications
  • Scheld, A. M. and C. M. Anderson. 2014. "Market effects of catch share management: the case of New England multispecies groundfish." ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil
  • Scheld, A. M., C. M. Anderson, and H. Uchida. 2012. "The economic effects of catch share management: the Rhode Island uke sector pilot program." Marine Resource Economics 27(3): 203-228. (Lead article)
  • "Joint production of New England groundfish: weak pollock disposability" with Christopher M. Anderson (working paper)
  • "Costly avoidance in a multispecies catch share fishery" with Christopher M. Anderson (working paper)
Awards
  • Faculty Merit Award, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences (2014)
  • Honorable Mention for Outstanding Article, Marine Resource Economics (2012)
Information for prospective students

If you are interested in an interdisciplinary approach to marine resource management and conservation, have a strong quantitative or mathematical background, and enjoy working on relevant and complex policy problems, [[v|scheld,send me an email]] and include a current CV.