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 investigates the willingness-to-pay for flood insurance and flood insurance literacy. She is also collaborating with researchers from the UK, Netherlands, and China to study the future of blue-green infrastructure. Her classes include environmental and natural resources economics, economics of the public sector, and law and economics. Dr. Netusil is an Associate Editor at Landscape and Urban Policy and on is on the editorial board of Land Economics.