Assistant Professor of Economics
BS, Weber State University; MA, PhD, University of New Mexico
Dr. Broadbent’s research applies the techniques of experimental economics to questions related to natural resources and the environment. His most recent publications analyze various alternatives to pricing the temporary access to water resources in the U.S. South West. Currently, he is studying the potential presence of biases in the valuation of a natural resource in Bloomington-Normal. He teaches Introduction, Statistics, Public Finance, and Environmental Economics.