College of Business and Behavioral Science

Profile


Molly Espey

Professor


Office: 247 Sirrine
Phone: 864-656-6401
Email: MESPEY@clemson.edu
 

 Educational Background

Ph.D. Agricultural Economics
University of California, Davis 1994

M.S. Agricultural Economics
University of California, Davis 1989

B.S. Agricultural Economics
University of California, Davis 1988

 Courses Taught

Introductory Microeconomics
Natural Resource, Environment, and Economics
Natural Resource Economics
Environmental Economics

 Research Interests

Natural resource and environmental economics: land use, public land management, hedonic analysis
Economic education, team-based learning

 Research Publications

M. Espey (2011). “Team-Based Learning in Economics: A Pareto Improvement” in Team-Based Learning in the Social Sciences and Humanities, edited by Michael Sweet and Larry K. Michaelsen, Stylus Publishing, Sterling, VA.

M. Espey (2010), "Valuing Teams: What Influences Student Attitudes?" NACTA Journal, 54(1):31-40.

M. Espey (2008), "Does Space Matter? Classroom Design and Team-Based Learning", Review of Agricultural Economics, 30(4):764-775.

M. Espey, F. Fakhruddin, L. Gering, and H. Lin, (2007). "Living on the Edge: Residential Property Values in the Urban-Rural Fringe", Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 39(3):687-698.

C. Cunningham, M. Espey, L. Gering, K. King, and H. Lin (2007). "Faces of Suburbanization: Residential Location Choice in the Urban Fringe", Review of Agricultural Economics, Proceedings: AAEA Invited Paper Session, Fall, 29(3): 390-395.

K. Owusu-Edusei, M. Espey, and H. Lin (2007). “School Quality and Proximity: Impact on Residential Property Values”, Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 39(1): 211-221.