A.B. Stanford University, Economics and International Relations
M.A., Ph. D. University of Washington, Economics
- Natural resource economics and fisheries management
- Fisher location choice and spatial econometric models
- Economics of marine reserves and marine protected areas
- Fishery rationalization, cooperatives, and catch shares
- Bycatch reduction tools and incentives
Economist, NOAA Fisheries, Alaska Fisheries Science Center, 2004-Present
My primary responsibility is to conduct research on natural resource economics and fisheries management. I serve on the North Pacific Fisheries Management Council’s Bering Sea Plan Team. I also work to improve data collection and availability for economic and spatial analysis.
Research and Teaching Experience
Research Assistant, Evans School, University of Washington, 2002-2003
Instructor, Department of Economics and Program on the Environment, University of Washington, 2002, 2003
Teaching Assistant, University of Washington, 2000-2002
Haynie, A. and D. Layton. 2010. “An Expected Profit Model for Monetizing Fishing Location Choices.”Â Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 59(2): 165-176.
Fell, H. and A. Haynie. 2010. “Estimating Time-varying Bargaining Power: A Fishery Application.” Economic Inquiry no. doi: 10.1111/j.1465-7295.2009.00275.x
Haynie, A., R. Hicks and K. Schnier. 2009. “Common Property, Information, and Cooperation: Commercial Fishing in the Bering Sea.” Ecological Economics 69(2): 406-413.
Branch, T., Hilborn, R., Haynie, A. et. al. "Fleet dynamics and fishermen behavior: lessons for fisheries managers," Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences, 2006.
Haynie, A. “Expected Profit Model: A New Method to Measure the Welfare Impacts of Marine Protected Areas.” UW Department of Economics Dissertation, 2005.
Working Papers and Papers Under Review
Fell, H. and A. Haynie. 2010. “Spatial Competition with Changing Market Institutions.” Under review.
Abbott, J.K. and A.C. Haynie. 2010. “What are we Protecting? The Challenges of Marine Protected Areas for Multispecies Fisheries.” Under Review.
Ianelli, J., A. Hollowed, A. Haynie, F. Mueter, N. Bond. 2010. “Evaluating management strategies for Eastern Bering Sea walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) in a changing environment.” Under Review.
Haynie, A. and P. Sullivan. “Using Vessel Monitoring System Data to Estimate Spatial Effort in Bering Sea Fisheries for Unobserved Trips.” Working Paper.
Haynie, A. “Estimating the Value of a Fishing Right: An Analysis of Changing Usage and Value in the Western Alaska Community Development Quota (CDQ) Program.” Working Paper.
Haynie, A. “Addressing salmon bycatch through salmon bycatch quota trading among pollock cooperatives.” NPFMC Discussion Paper, January 2008.
Haynie, A. “Optimal Marine Closure Design.” Working Paper.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Marine Resource Economics, Natural Resource Modeling, ICES Journal of Marine Science, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Coastal Management Journal, Energy and Resource Economics.
Awards and Fellowships
- NOAA Fisheries Economics & Social Sciences Best Paper Award, Research, First Prize (2009-2010), Second Prize (2007-2008)
- Sea-Grant/ National Marine Fisheries Graduate Fellowship for Resource Economics, 2003-2005
- Stanford University Dean’s Award for Service, 1991
Post-doctoral Advisor for Lisa Pfeiffer, Ph.D. committee member for Harrison Fell, Daniel Willard, and Cameron Speir, Masters committee member for Suresh Sethi, Emily Springer.
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