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Donohew, Zack Scholar In Residence

Positions

Research Areas research areas

Research

research overview

  • Zack's field of research is natural resource economics. Broadly, his goal is to investigate how the governance of natural resources affects management and economic outcomes. These outcomes are affected by the assignment of property rights and how well governing institutions respond to dynamic economic and social factors. Therefore, his research also analyzes the robustness of private, collective, and public governance institutions to changes in the environmental and social preferences.

keywords

  • property rights, water resource management, natural resource economics, economics, institutions, collective action

Teaching

courses taught

  • BCOR 1015 - The World of Business
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2018 / Spring 2019
    Provides an overview of the nature business in a global economy. In addition to exploring the economic, governmental, social and environmental context in which businesses operate, students will discover how business creates value and takes advantage of opportunities and challenges. Using examples, cases and projects, students will learn about the business functions in an integrated format. Weekly discussion of current events will focus on entrepreneurship, ethics, international business, business and society, and other topics.

International Activities

global connections related to teaching and scholarly work (in recent years)