Noelwah R. Netusil
Stanley H. Cohn Professor of Economics
Division of History and Social Sciences
Noelwah R. Netusil is the Stanley H. Cohn Professor of Economics. Her research has explored the effect of urban environmental conditions, such as water quality, proximity to open spaces, vegetation, and green infrastructure, on property sale prices. Her current research, which is funded by a grant from USDA-National Institute for Food and Agriculture, will estimate if urban stream restoration projects influence property sale prices in the Johnson Creek Watershed, Oregon. She is a member of the Portland-Vancouver Urban Long Term Research Area and the Clean Water for All research teams. Her teaching encompasses environmental and natural resources economics, economics of the public sector, and the intersection of law and economics. Dr. Netusil serves on the Independent Economic Analysis Board of the Northwest Power and Conservation Council, the Urban Ecosystem Research Consortium (UERC) of Portland-Vancouver steering committee, and on the board of Mercy Corps Northwest.