Elizabeth F. Pienaar
Position: Assistant Professor - Human Dimensions of Wildlife
PhD (Agricultural and Resource Economics), University of California, Davis, 2009
Majors: Environmental Economics, Development Economics
Bachelor of Economics with First Class Honors, University of Queensland, 1999
Bachelor of Arts, University of Queensland, 1998
University of Florida
Assistant Professor - Human Dimesions of Wildlife, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, 2012 - present
New York University
Adjunct Assistant Professor (Environmental Economics), Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, 2012
Economics Fellow, Institute for Policy Integrity, NYU School of Law, 2010 - 2012
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
Economic Consultant, Protected Species Valuation survey, 2009 - 2011
San Jose State University
Lecturer (Environmental Economics), Department of Environmental Studies, 2009
University of California, Davis
Lecturer (International Development), Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 2009
Reserve Bank of Australia
Economic Analyst, Financial System Stability, 2000 - 2002
Human dimensions of wildlife with a specific focus on economic solutions to human-wildlife conflict
Economic approaches to improve the performance of wildlife-based Community-Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) Programs in Botswana
Measuring how environmental attitudes towards endangered and threatened marine species are influenced by survey information
Survey design, implementation and analysis
Develop a strategy to integrate social science research with existing scientific work to support wildlife and fisheries management in Florida.
Selected Publications and Reports
Kreye, M. M., Pienaar, E. F., Soto, J. R., & Adams, D. C. (2016) "Effective Program Design and Ranchers' Willingness to Conserve Florida Panther Habitat." Forthcoming in Land Economics.
Kreye, M. M., Pienaar, E. F., & Adams, A. E. (2016). "The Role of Community Identity in Cattlemen Response to Florida Panther Recovery Efforts." Society & Natural Resources, 1-16.
Pienaar, E. F., M. M. Kreye and C. E. Jacobs (2015) "Conflicts between Cattlemen and the Florida Panther: Insights and Policy Recommendations from Interviews with Florida Cattlemen" Human Ecology - An Interdisciplinary Journal 43(4): 577-588.
Pienaar, E. F., D. Telesco and S. Barrett (2015) "Understanding People's Willingness to Implement Measures to Manage Human-Bear Conflict in Florida" Journal of Wildlife Management 79(5): 798-806
Pienaar, E. F.; D. K. Lew and K. Wallmo (2015) "The Importance of Survey Content: Testing for the Context Dependency of the New Ecological Paradigm Scale" Social Science Research 51: 338-349.
Feinberg, D., M. E. Hostetler, S. E. Reed and E. F. Pienaar (2015) "Evaluating Management Strategies to Enhance Biodiversity in Conservation Subdivisions: Perspectives from Developers in Colorado, USA" Landscape and Urban Planning 136: 87-96.
Jacobs, C. E., M. B. Main and E. F. Pienaar (2015) "Florida Ranchers and Florida Panthers: Risk Perceptions, Support for Recovery, and Evaluation of Potential Livestock Depredation Compensation Programs" Florida Scientist 78(3-4): 130-148.
Kreye, M. M. and E. F. Pienaar (2015) "A Critical Review of Efforts to Protect Florida Panther Habitat on Private Lands" Land Use Policy 48: 428-436.
Larson, D. M., E. F. Pienaar and L. S. Jarvis (2015) "Wildlife Conservation, Labor Supply, and Time Values in Rural Botswana", Environment and Development Economics 21(2): 135-157.
Pienaar, E. F.; L. S. Jarvis and D. M. Larson (2014) "Using a Choice Experiment Framework to Value Conservation-Contingent Development Programs: An Application to Botswana" Ecological Economics 98, 39-48.
Pienaar, E. F.; D. K. Lew and K. Wallmo (2013) "Are Environmental Attitudes Influenced by Survey Context? An Investigation of the Context Dependency of the New Ecological Paradigm (NEP) Scale" Social Science Research 42(6), 1542-1554.
Pienaar, E. F.; L. S. Jarvis and D. M. Larson (2013) "Creating Direct Incentives for Wildlife Conservation in Community-Based Natural Resource Management Programs in Botswana" Journal of Development Studies 49(3), 313-331.