Carol Mansfield, PhD, specializes in empirical analysis of individual decision making for management and policy applications related to the environment and health. She has estimated benefits for environmental and health projects using both revealed and stated preference techniques including hedonic pricing, travel cost, cost-of-illness, averting behavior, benefit transfer, meta-analysis, contingent value, and conjoint surveys. She has extensive experience with survey-based data collection for preference elicitation and exposure analysis, including instrument design, management, and statistical analysis of the responses. Dr. Mansfield has managed numerous multi-disciplinary teams researching environmental health and natural resource management policies. She is a member of the American Economic Association and the Association of Environmental and Natural Resource Economists, as well as an adjunct associate professor of economics at Duke University. Before joining RTI, Dr. Mansfield was an assistant professor in the Duke University Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences.
PhD, Economics, University of Maryland, College Park; BA, Economics, Yale University.
Grieger, K.D., Sayes, C., Hendren, C.O., Rothrock, G., Mansfield, C., Jayanty, R.K.M., & Ensor, D. (Dec 2013)
Smith, V.K., Mansfield, C., & Klaiber, A. (Dec 2013)
Mansfield, C., Finkelstein, E., Wood, D., & Rowe, B. (Mar 2013)
Mansfield, C., Van Houtven, G., Hendershott, A., Chen, P., Porter, J., Nourani, V., & Kilambi , V. (Jan 2012)
Viswanathan, M., Lux, L., Lohr, K.N., Swinson Evans, T., Rojas Smith, L., Woodell, C., Mansfield, C., Darcy, N., et al. (Dec 2011)
- August 16, 2013
Looks Like You Want To Give Up Your Privacy For Security
– Triangle Business Journal
- August 14, 2013
Report: U.S. Public Willing to Give Up Some Privacy for Increased Security against Terrorism
– News Release
- April 26, 2013
The Cost of Terror
– Wall Street Journal