Associate Professor of Economics; Graduate Coordinator
Robert [dot] Mohr [at] unh [dot] edu
Fields of Specialization:
Environmental economics; public finance; technology adoption and diffusion
Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin, Economics
M.S., University of Texas at Austin, Economics
B.A., University of Virginia, Economics
[For complete list, please see CV, linked above]
“The Decentralization of Decision Making and Employee Involvement within the Workplace: Evidence from Four Establishment Datasets.” British Journal of Industrial Relations, 688–716, 49:4 December 2011. (with Cindy Zoghi).
“Public-Private Partnerships, Cooperative Agreements and the Production of Public Services in Small and Rural Municipalities,” Public Administration Review, 895-906, Nov/Dec 2010 . (with Steven Deller and John Halstead).
“Workplace Organization and Innovation,” Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue Canadienne d'économique, Vol. 43, Issue 2, pp. 622-639, May/mai 2010. (with Peter Meyer and Cindy Zoghi).
“Public-Private Partnerships and Cooperative Agreements in Municipal Service Delivery.” International Journal of Public Administration, 32, 320-92, 2009 (with Peter Girard, Steve Deller, and John Halstead).
"Distribution of Envirnmental Costs and Benefits, Additional Distortions, and the Porter Hypothesis," Land Economics. 84(4): 689-700, 2008 (with Shrawantee Saha).
"High-Involvement Work Design and Job Satisfaction." Industrial and Labor Relations Review, vol. 61, issue 3, pages 275-296. April 2008. Prior version available as Bureau of Labor Statistics Working Paper 389 (with Cindy Zoghi).