Hugh Kelley
Hugh Kelley
ReGro Inc., Lightcast, University of Wisconsin,
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Multi-scale analysis of a household level agent-based model of landcover change
TP Evans, H Kelley
Journal of environmental management 72 (1-2), 57-72, 2004
Understanding the uptake of organic farming: Accounting for heterogeneities among Irish farmers
D Läpple, H Kelley
Ecological Economics 88, 11-19, 2013
Spatial dependence in the adoption of organic drystock farming in Ireland
D Läpple, H Kelley
European Review of Agricultural Economics 42 (2), 315-337, 2015
Learning to forecast price
H Kelley, D Friedman
Economic Inquiry 40 (4), 556-573, 2002
Assessing the transition from deforestation to forest regrowth with an agent-based model of land cover change for south-central Indiana (USA)
TP Evans, H Kelley
Geoforum 39 (2), 819-832, 2008
Spatially explicit experiments for the exploration of land‐use decision‐making dynamics
TP Evans, W Sun, H Kelley
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 20 (9), 1013-1037, 2006
What influences the probability of wind farm planning approval: Evidence from Ireland
TM Van Rensburg, H Kelley, N Jeserich
Ecological Economics 111, 12-22, 2015
The relative influences of land-owner and landscape heterogeneity in an agent-based model of land-use
H Kelley, T Evans
Ecological Economics 70 (6), 1075-1087, 2011
Simulating land-cover change in South-Central Indiana: an agent-based model of deforestation and afforestation.
M Hoffmann, H Kelley, T Evans
Complexity and ecosystem management: The theory and practice of multi-agent …, 2002
Determinants of demand for recreational walking trails in Ireland
H Kelley, TM van Rensburg, N Jeserich
Tourism Management 52, 173-186, 2016
A comparison between the conventional stated preference technique and an inferred valuation approach
L Yadav, TM van Rensburg, H Kelley
Journal of Agricultural Economics 64 (2), 405-422, 2013
Understanding farmers’ uptake of organic farming
D Läpple, H Kelley
The 84th annual conference of the agricultural economics society. Edinburgh, 2010
Broadening the tests of learning models
SN Kitzis, H Kelley, E Berg, DW Massaro, D Friedman
Journal of mathematical psychology 42 (2-3), 327-355, 1998
A micro-simulation evaluation of the effectiveness of an Irish grass roots agri-environmental scheme
H Kelley, TM van Rensburg, L Yadav
Land use policy 31, 182-195, 2013
A comparison of models for learning how to dynamically integrate multiple cues in order to forecast continuous criteria
H Kelley, J Busemeyer
Journal of Mathematical Psychology 52 (4), 218-240, 2008
Learning to forecast rationally
H Kelley, D Friedman
Handbook of Experimental Economics Results 1, 303-310, 2008
The influence of landowner and topographic heterogeneity on the pattern of land cover change in South-central Indiana
T Evans, H Kelley
Geoforum 39, 819-832, 2007
Experimental study of firm bounded rationality and the pattern of trade
H Kelley
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 23 (4), 969-1006, 2014
The impact of precautionary quota constraints on the composition of multispecies harvest portfolios
B Breen, H Kelley, S Hynes
Marine Policy 69, 13-23, 2016
Comparing the Conventional Stated Preference Valuation Technique with a Prediction Approach.
L Yadav, TM van Rensburg, H Kelley
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