Many of these links contain the data; some contain versions of the paper.
Berck, Peter, and Helfand, Gloria E. “The Case of Markets versus Standards for Pollution Policy.” Natural Resources Journal, Vol. 45, No. 2 (Spring, 2005), pp. 345-368.
Newburn, David; Reed, Sarah; Berck, Peter; and Merenlender, Adina. “Economics and Land-Use Change in Prioritizing Private Land Conservation.” Conservation Biology, Vol. 19, No. 5 (October, 2005), pp. 1411-1420.
Berck, Peter. “Forestry in a New Era.” Journal of Forest Economics, Vol. 12, No. 1 (2006), pp. 1-3.
Berck, Peter; Lipow, Jonathan; and Steinhauser, Ralf. “Tax Smoothing and the Cross-Country Pattern of Privatization.” World Development, Vol. 34, No. 2 (2006), pp. 238-246.
Newburn, David; Berck, Peter; and Merenlender, Adina. “Habitat and Open Space at Risk of Land-Use Conversion: Targeting Strategies for Land Conservation.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 88, No 1 (2006), pp. 28-42.
Beatty, Timothy K.M.; Berck, Peter; and Shimshack, Jay P. “Curbside Recycling in the Presence of Alternatives.” Economic Inquiry, Vol. 45, No. 4 (2007), pp. 739-755.
"We measure the extent to which curbside access affects quantity recycled. We use novel data to distinguish between new recycling and material diverted from other recycling modes. We find that the marginal impact of expanding curbside programs on total recycled quantities is small, in part because curbside programs significantly cannibalize returns from drop-off recycling centers. Failure to account for cannibalization from other modes may substantially overestimate the benefits of curbside programs. We conclude with simple cost-effectiveness comparisons. Results suggest that incremental expansion of curbside access may not be cost-effective. "http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1465-7295.2007.00055.x/abstract;jsessionid=1D09F7601B0EFA8A390AA3CCCB586AE9.d04t04
Berck, Peter, and Newburn, David A. “The Importance of Sewer Extension Costs for Determining the Value of Future Development on Agricultural Lands.” Review of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 29, No. 3 (2007), pp. 510-517.
Berck, Peter; Brown, Jennifer; Perloff, Jeffrey M.; and Berto Villas-Boas, Sofia. “Sales: Tests of Theories on Causality and Timing.” International Journal of Industrial Organization, Volume 26, Issue 6, November 2008, Pages 1257-1273. Modern theories of sales make conflicting predictions about the temporal pattern of sales, which we test using grocery scanner data. We examine both frozen orange juice, which consumers can store, and refrigerated orange juice, which is more perishable, to determine what role-if anydurability plays in the pattern of sales. We examine (1) whether sales are more frequent for national brands than for private label brands; (2) whether manufacturers, retailers, or others determine sales; (3) the distribution of prices; (4) whether sales and their effects differ for durable (frozen) or nondurable (refrigerated) products; and (5) the temporal ordering of sales. We use correlations, runs tests, probit regressions, and vector-autoregressive analyses to test our hypotheses. Some of our more striking findings are that retailers rather than manufacturers determine sales, private labels have sales as often as national brands, and that a sale of a national brand is more likely to "cause" sales of other products than is a sale of a private label product. http://escholarship.org/uc/item/2g56n1jk
Newburn, David A., and Berck, Peter. “Modeling Suburban and Rural Residential Development Beyond the Urban Fringe.” Land Economics, 82(4):481-499 (2006).
Lipow, Jonathan, Plessner, Yakir; and Berck, Peter. “Defense Planning and Fiscal Strategy.” Applied Economics. In press.
Sanstad, Berck, Xie, Forman. Making Greenhouse Gas Policy Decisions Under Uncertainty. A CGE Approach. Report to CEC 2010
Zabin et al. California Workforce Education & Training Needs
Assessment Donald Vial Center on Employment in the Green
Newburn, David and Peter Berck. "Exurban Development." Journal of
Environmental Economics and Management. 63(3):323-336. also
Newburn, David and Berck Peter.. “Growth Management Policies for Exurban and Suburban Development: Theory and An Application to Sonoma County, CA” Agricultural and Resource Economics Review. 40 (2011).
Peter Berck, Jacob Moe Lange, Andrew Stevens, and Sofia Villas-Boas. “Measuring Consumer Responses to a Bottled Water Tax Policy.” Amercian Journal of Agricultural Economics. Forthcomming.
Berck, P. and Villas-Boas, S. 2016 A note on the triple difference in economic models. Applied Economics Letters. 23(4):239-242
Michael L. Mann Max A. Moritz , Enric Batllori , Meg Krawchuk , Eric Waller , Peter Berck , Emmalee Dolfi “ Incorporating anthropogenic influences into fire probability models: effects of development and climate change on fire activity in California” PLOS ONE forthcoming.