Joe Little

Dr. Joe Little


MS Econ Program Director, Economics Program
Professor, Economics Program
109A Bunnell Building
(907) 474-2711


Research and Scholarly Interests

Applied Microeconomics, Environmental Economics, Non-Market Valuation



Ph.D., 2005, Economics, University of New Mexico


Recent Publications

Pride, D., Little, J., & Mueller-Stoffels, M. (2017). “The Value of Energy Efficiency in the Anchorage Residential Property Market.” Journal of Sustainable Real Estate, 9(1), 172-194.

Little, J., Prante, T., Jones, M., Berrens, R., & McKee, M. (2017).

Addressing the Private Wildfire Risk Mitigation Paradox in a Climate-Altered Wildland Urban Interface. In Botehlo, Pinto, & Dinar (eds.), Reference of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy in the Era of Global Change (vol. 4). Hackensack, NJ: The World Scientific Publish Company, 71-94.

Guettabi, M., Greenberg, J., Little, J., & Joly, K. (2016). “Evaluating Potential Economic Effects of an Industrial Road on Subsistence in North-Central Alaska.” Arctic, 69(3), 305-317.

Gilbert, S., Sivy, K., Pozzanghera, C., DuBour, A., Overdujin, K., Smith, M., Zhou, J., Little, J., & Prugh, L. (2016). “Economic Benefits of Large Carnivore Restoration in the Eastern United States.” Conservation Letters.

Guettabi, M., Greenberg, J., Little, J., & Joly, K. (2016). “Evaluating Differences in Household Subsistence Patterns between the Ambler Project and Non-Project Zones.” National Park Services, Natural Resources Report NPS/GAAR/NRR-2016/1280, 58.


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Courses Taught

ECON 351, ECON 410, ECON 699