Lichtenberg, Erik, “The Farm Bill, Conservation, and the Environment”, in Vincent H. Smith, Joseph W. Glauber, and Barry K. Goodwin (ed.), Agricultural Policy in Disarray, volume II, 169-197.Washington, DC, American Enterprise Institute, 2018.
Fleming, Patrick, Erik Lichtenberg, and David A. Newburn, “Evaluating Impacts of Agricultural Cost Sharing on Water Quality: Additionality, Crowding In, and Slippage”, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 92, 1-19 (2018).
Lichtenberg, Erik and Lars J. Olson, “The Fruit and Vegetable Import Pathway for Potential Invasive Pest Arrivals”, PLoS One, February 16 2018, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0192280.
Lichtenberg, E., J. Majsztrik, and M. Saavoss, “Grower Demand for Sensor-Controlled Irrigation”, Water Resources Research 51, 341–358 (January 2015) (Editor’s Choice Award), doi:10.1002/2014WR015807.
Kawasaki, Kentaro# and Erik Lichtenberg*, “Econometric Analysis of Grading Standards: The Ordered Fractional Approach”, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 96(1), 345-365 (January 2014).
Lichtenberg, Erik, “Economics of Pesticide Use and Regulation”, in Jason Shogren (ed.), Encyclopedia of Energy, Natural Resource and Environmental Economics. Elsevier, 2013.
Lichtenberg, Erik* and #Ricardo Smith-Ramirez, “Slippage in Conservation Cost Sharing”, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 93(1), 113-129 (January 2011).
Lichtenberg, Erik*, “Economics of Health Risk Assessment”, Annual Review of Resource Economics 2, 53-75 (2010).
Lichtenberg, Erik* and Chengri Ding, “Local Officials as Land Developers: Urban Spatial Expansion in China”, Journal of Urban Economics 66(1), 57-64 (July 2009).
Lankoski, Jussi, Erik Lichtenberg*, and Markku Ollikainen, “Point/Nonpoint Effluent Trading with Spatial Heterogeneity”, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 90(4), 1044-1058 (November 2008).