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Jeffrey P. Cohen

Prof Cohen

Professor of Economics
Phone: 860-768-4834, Room 412F
On Sabbatical, 2014-15
jcohen@hartford.edu



 


Courses:

EC 664
Urban and Regional
Economics

EC 464
Economics of the
City

EC 312
Managerial
Economics

EC 211
Principles of
Microeconomics

QNT 130
Quantitative
Methods

EC 491
Drugs Smoking and Alcohol Economics

EC 363
Environmental
Economics

 

Professor Cohen's current main research and teaching interests focus on urban and regional economics; real estate; transportation, land use and housing. Professor Cohen has published in top-tier journals in his fields, including the Review of Economics and Statistics; the Journal of Urban Economics; the Journal of Regional ScienceRegional Science and Urban Economics; and the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review. He has served as a Visiting Scholar with the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis many times since joining the University of Hartford, and he has continued this collaboration on issues related to the housing sector and airport noise, as well as other general land use issues. His research has been supported by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, as well as by funding from government and nonprofit grants. Professor Cohen has been at the Barney School of Business since the fall of 2000.

Education:
Ph.D., University of Maryland, College Park, December 1998.      
M.A., University of Maryland, College Park, May 1995.
M.A., University of Toronto, Ontario CANADA, June 1993.
B.S., Tufts University, May 1992.
 

Selected Scholarship:
Peer Reviewed Publications (selected from over 30 articles and book chapters):

Barr, J.M. and J.P. Cohen. "The Floor Area Ratio Gradient: New York City, 1890-2009" forthcoming in Regional Science and Urban Economics.

Cohen, J.P., R. Cromley, and K. Banach. Forthcoming. "Are Homes Near Water Bodies and Wetlands Worth More or Less? An Analysis of Housing Prices in one Connecticut Town", Growth and Change.

Cohen, J.P., C. C. Coughlin, D. A. Lopez. 2102. "The Boom and Bust of U.S. Housing Prices from Various Geographic Perspectives," Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review 94(5): 341-367.

Ichihara, K., Cohen, J. P. 2011. “New York City Property Values: What is the Impact of Green Roofs on Rental Pricing?” Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences, 4(1), 21-30.

Cohen, J. P., Coughlin, C. C. 2010. Response to "Comment on 'Spatial Hedonic Models of Airport Noise, Proximity, and Housing Prices'". Journal of Regional Science, 50(5), 999-1000.

Cohen, Jeffrey P. 2010. "The Broader Effects of Transportation Infrastructure: Spatial Econometrics and Productivity Approaches" Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, 46(3): 317-326. 

Cohen, J.P., C.C. Coughlin, and L.S. Ott. 2009. "Auctions as a Vehicle to Reduce Airport Delays and Achieve Value Capture" Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review 91(6) 569-588. 

Cohen, Jeffrey P. and Cletus C. Coughlin. 2009. “Changing Noise Levels and Housing Prices Near the Atlanta Airport.” Growth and Change 40(2), 287-313.

Cohen, Jeffrey P. and Cletus C. Coughlin. 2008. “Spatial Hedonic Models of Airport Noise, Proximity, and Housing Prices” Journal of Regional Science 48(5): 859-878.

Cohen, J.P. and C. Morrison Paul. 2008. “Agglomeration and Cost Economies for Washington State Hospital Services,” Regional Science and Urban Economics 38: 553-564.

Cohen, Jeffrey P. and Catherine Morrison Paul. 2007. “The Impacts of Transportation Infrastructure on Property Values: A Higher-Order Spatial Econometrics Approach”Journal of Regional Science 47: 457-478.

Cohen, Jeffrey P. 2006. “The Impacts of Education Spending and Finance Reform on Manufacturing Property Shadow Values: A Cost Function Approach,” Journal of Productivity Analysis, 26: 181-190.

Cohen, Jeffrey P. and Cletus Coughlin. 2005. “An Introduction to the Two Rate Taxation of Land and Buildings” Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review, May/June, 359-374

Cohen, Jeffrey P. and Catherine Morrison Paul. 2005. “Agglomeration Economies and Industry Location Decisions: The Impacts of Spatial and Industrial Spillovers” Regional Science and Urban Economics 35: 215-237.

Cohen, Jeffrey P. and Catherine Morrison Paul. 2004. "Public Infrastructure Investment, Inter-State Spatial Spillovers, and Manufacturing Costs," Review of Economics and Statistics, 86(2): 551-560.

Cohen, Jeffrey P. and Catherine Morrison Paul. 2003. “Airport Infrastructure Spillovers in a Network System,”Journal of Urban Economics, 54(3): 459-473.

Cohen, Jeffrey P. and Cletus Coughlin. 2003. "Congestion at Airports: The Economics of Airport Expansions," Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review, May/June, 85(3): 9-25.

Recent Achievements and Honors:

Visiting Scholar, Center for Regional Economics of the Research Division at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, annual visits, 2001-2008 (collaboration continues to be ongoing).

University Associate, New York University Faculty Resource Network, 2008-present.

Visiting Scholar, New York University Faculty Resource Network, 2007-08

Selected Professional Activities:

President, Transportation and Public Utilities Group of the Allied Social Sciences Association, 2008 (President-elect in 2007)

E
xecutive Board Member, Transportation and Public Utilities Group of the Allied Social Sciences Association, 2009-11.

Treasurer, Transportation and Public Utilities Group of the Allied Social Sciences Association, 2012-present.

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