Jose Luis Oviedo Pro

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José L. Oviedo Pro is PhD in Economics (Universidad de Cádiz, 2007), and former PhD student at the Institute of Economics and Geography (IEG), CSIC. Since 2009, he is científico titular (associate research professor) at CSIC, where he does his research work at the Institute of Public Goods and Policies (IPP). He is a permanent member of the Group of Environmental Economic Analysis (GEA) of the IPP-CSIC, and a collaborator of the Rangeland Ecology Group of the University of California, Berkeley.

His main research line is focused on the econometric analysis of methodological and applied aspects of discrete choice experiments (also known as choice modeling). The empirical context of this research line covers three topics: (i) the application of stated preferences techniques for the valuation of environmental services and their integration in ecosystem accounting; (ii) the analysis of revealed and stated preferences in land use decision and land use change models; and (iii) laboratory experiments for the analysis of cognitive and decision processes that allow for a better understanding and application of these techniques when used for environmental valuation. This research has been developed in the economic analysis of Mediterranean forest (Spain, California, Portugal and Tunisia) and it has been explored in their application to the valuation of the environmental services of coastal wetlands.

Selected publications

Campos P, Ovando P, Mesa B, Oviedo JL. 2016. Environmental income of grazing on privately-owned silvopastoral farms in Andalusia. Accepted en Land Degradation and Development.

Ovando P, Caparros A, Diaz-Balteiro L, Pasalodos M, Beguería S, Oviedo JL, Montero G, Campos P. 2016. Spatial Valuation of Forests' Environmental Assets: An Application to Andalusian Silvopastoral Farms. Accepted en Land Economics.

Ovando P, Oviedo JL, Campos P. 2016. Measuring total social income of a stone pine afforestation project in Huelva (Spain). Land Use Policy 50: 479-489.

Oviedo JL, Caparrós A. 2015. Information and visual attention in contingent valuation and choice modeling: field and eye-tracking experiments applied to reforestations in Spain. Journal of Forest Economics 21(4): 185-204.

Huntsinger L, Oviedo JL. 2014. Ecosystem Services are Social Ecological Services in a Traditional Pastoral System: The Case in California Mediterranean Rangelands. Ecology and Society 19(1):8.

Brownsey P, Oviedo JL, Huntsinger L, Allen-Díaz B. 2013. Historic forage productivity and cost of capital for cow-calf ranches in California. Rangeland Ecology & Management 66(3):339-347.

Campos P, Huntsinger L, Oviedo JL, Starrs PF, Díaz M, Standiford R, Montero G. 2013. Mediterranean Oak Woodland Working Landscapes. Dehesas of Spain and Ranchlands of California. Landscape Series, Vol. 16. Springer, Dordrecht. 508 p.

Oviedo JL, Huntsinger L, Campos P, Caparrós A. 2012. Income value of private amenities assessed in California oak woodlands. California Agriculture 66(3):91-96.

Caparrós A, Ovando P, Oviedo JL, Campos P. 2011. Accounting for Carbon in Avoided Degradation and in Reforestation Programmes in Mediterranean Forests. Environment and Development Economics 16(4):405-428.

Ovando P, Campos P, Oviedo JL, Montero G. 2010. Private net benefits from afforesting marginal crop and shrub lands with Cork Oaks in Spain. Forest Science 56(6):567-577.

Campos P, Oviedo JL, Caparrós A, Huntsinger L, Coelho I. 2009. Contingent valuation of woodland owners private amenities in Spain, Portugal and California. Rangeland Ecology & Management 62(3):240-252.

Caparrós A, Oviedo JL, Campos P. 2008. Would you choose your preferred option? Comparing choice and recoded ranking experiments. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 90(3): 843-855.

Campos P, Daly-Hassen H, Oviedo JL, Ovando P, Chebil A. 2008. Accounting for single and aggregated forest incomes: Application to public cork oak forests in Jerez (Spain) and Iteimia (Tunisia). Ecological Economics 65(1):76-86.

Campos P, Caparrós A, Oviedo JL, 2007. Comparing Payment-vehicle effects in contingent valuation studies for recreational use in two Spanish protected forests. Journal of Leisure Research 39(1): 60-85.

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