Dr. Woodward's research is in the general area of environmental and resource economics. Recent research projects have focused on the use of transferable permits to address water quality and fisheries problems and problems of choice under uncertainty.
- Ph.D. in Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Wisconsin - Madison - (Madison, Wisconsin, United States) 1997
- M.A. in Agricultural Economics, University of Wisconsin - Madison - (Madison, Wisconsin, United States) 1994
- B.A. in Economics (Cum Laude and Highest Honors), Middlebury College - (Middlebury (village), Vermont, United States) 1984
- Shaw, W. D., & Woodward, R. T. (2008). Why environmental and resource economists should care about non-expected utility models. Resource and Energy Economics. 30(1), 66-89.
- Kim, H. N., Shaw, W. D., & Woodward, R. T. (2007). The Distributional Impacts of Recreational Fees: A Discrete Choice Model with Incomplete Data. LAND ECONOMICS. 83(4), 561-574.
- Nguyen, T. N., Shaw, W. D., Woodward, R. T., Paterson, R., & Boyle, K. (2007). An empirical study of option prices for hunting permits. ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS. 63(2-3), 476-484.
- Nayga, R. M., Woodward, R., & Aiew, W. (2006). Willingness to Pay for Reduced Risk of Foodborne Illness: A Nonhypothetical Field Experiment. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics/Revue canadienne d'agroeconomie. 54(4), 461-475.
- Nayga, R. M., Woodward, R., & Aiew, W. (2005). Experiments on the divergence between willingness to pay and willingness to accept: The issue revisited. Economics Bulletin. 17(1),
- Woodward, R. T., Kaiser, R. A., & Wicks, A. (2002). The structure and practice of water quality trading markets. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 38(4), 967-979.
- Woodward, R. T. (1998). Should agricultural and resource economists care that the subjective expected hypothesis is false?. American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 80(5), 1180-1180.
- Zilverberg, Cody John (2007-05). Agriculture, technology, and conflict. (Master's Thesis)
- Kim, Hwa Nyeon (2003-05). Transferable rights in a recreational fishery: an application to the red snapper fishery in the Gulf of Mexico. (Doctoral Dissertation)