SELECTED RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Forthcoming. J.H. Haggerty. “A horse that has left the barn: expanding geographies of natural gas.” In Handbook of Energy Geographies. B. Solomon and K. Calvert, eds. Edward Elgar Press. 

2016. Haggerty, J.H., McBride, K. “Does local monitoring empower fracking host communities? A case study from the gas fields of Wyoming.” Journal of Rural Studies 43 (Feb. 2016): 235-247.

2015. Allred, B. W., W. K. Smith, D. Tidwell, J. H. Haggerty, S. W. Running, D. E. Naugle, S. D. Fuhlendorf, “Ecosystem Services lost to oil and gas in North America.” Science 348 (6233): 401-402. Apr. 23, 2015. DOI:10.1126/science.aaa4785

2015. Haggerty M.N. and J.H. Haggerty. “Energy Development as Opportunity and Challenge in the Rural West.” Invited chapter in The Rural West: Common Regional Issues. David Danbom, editor. University of Utah Press.

2014. Haggerty, Julia, Gude, Patricia H., Delorey, Mark, Rasker, Ray. Long-term effects of income specialization in oil and gas extraction: the U.S. West,1980–2011, Energy Economics (2014), doi: 10.1016/j.eneco.2014.06.020.

2014. Haggerty, Julia, Haggerty, Mark N., Rasker, Ray, Gude, Patricia.  County Economic Development at a Glance: A Single Measure of OpportunityWestern Economics Forum XIII:1, Spring 2014. 

2014. Haggerty, Julia, Haggerty, Mark N., Rasker, Ray. Uneven Local Benefits of Renewable Energy in the U.S. West: Property Tax Policy Effects. Western Economics Forum XIII:1, Spring 2014.