peter howley
peter howley
Professor of Behavioral Economics
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Sustainability versus liveability: an investigation of neighbourhood satisfaction
P Howley, M Scott, D Redmond
Journal of environmental planning and management 52 (6), 847-864, 2009
2032009
Landscape aesthetics: Assessing the general publics' preferences towards rural landscapes
P Howley
Ecological Economics 72, 161-169, 2011
1802011
Attitudes towards compact city living: Towards a greater understanding of residential behaviour
P Howley
Land use policy 26 (3), 792-798, 2009
1412009
Exploring public preferences for traditional farming landscapes
P Howley, CO Donoghue, S Hynes
Landscape and urban planning 104 (1), 66-74, 2012
1282012
Factors affecting farmers' adoption of agricultural innovations: A panel data analysis of the use of artificial insemination among dairy farmers in Ireland
P Howley, CO Donoghue, K Heanue
Journal of Agricultural Science 4 (6), 171, 2012
1072012
An examination of residential preferences for less sustainable housing: Exploring future mobility among Dublin central city residents
P Howley, M Scott, D Redmond
Cities 26 (1), 1-8, 2009
942009
Explaining the economic Ħirrationality˘of farmers' land use behaviour: the role of productivist attitudes and non-pecuniary benefits
P Howley, C Buckley, CO Donoghue, M Ryan
Ecological Economics 109, 186-193, 2015
652015
The happy farmer: The effect of nonpecuniary benefits on behavior
P Howley
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 97 (4), 1072-1086, 2015
472015
A holistic vs. an attribute‐based approach to agri‐environmental policy valuation: Do welfare estimates differ?
S Hynes, D Campbell, P Howley
Journal of Agricultural Economics 62 (2), 305-329, 2011
472011
Contrasting the attitudes of farmers and the general public regarding the Ħmultifunctional˘role of the agricultural sector
P Howley, L Yadav, S Hynes, CO Donoghue, SO Neill
Land Use Policy 38, 248-256, 2014
392014
Modelling the effect of farming attitudes on farm credit use: a case study from Ireland
P Howley, E Dillon
Agricultural Finance Review, 2012
382012
The citizen versus consumer distinction: an exploration of individuals' preferences in contingent valuation studies
P Howley, S Hynes, C O'Donoghue
Ecological Economics 69 (7), 1524-1531, 2010
332010
It˘s not all about the money: understanding farmers˘ labor allocation choices
P Howley, E Dillon, T Hennessy
Agriculture and human values 31 (2), 261-271, 2014
322014
Examining farm forest owners' forest management in Ireland: The role of economic, lifestyle and multifunctional ownership objectives
P Howley
Journal of environmental management 123, 105-112, 2013
322013
ĦSustainability versus liveability˘: an exploration of central city housing satisfaction
P Howley
International Journal of Housing Policy 10 (2), 173-189, 2010
302010
Countryside preferences: Exploring individuals' willingness to pay for the conservation of the traditional farm landscape
P Howley, S Hynes, CO Donoghue
Landscape Research 37 (6), 703-719, 2012
272012
Does the single farm payment affect farmers' behaviour? A macro and micro analysis
P Howley, J Breen, CO Donoghue, T Hennessy
International Journal of Agricultural Management 2 (1), 57-64, 2012
262012
Exploring preferences towards the provision of farmland walking trails: A supply and demand perspective
P Howley, E Doherty, C Buckley, S Hynes, T Van Rensburg, S Green
Land Use Policy 29 (1), 111-118, 2012
222012
Less money or better health? Evaluating individual˘s willingness to make trade-offs using life satisfaction data
P Howley
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 135, 53-65, 2017
162017
O Donoghue C, Ryan M, 2015. Explaining the economic" irrationality" of farmers' land use behaviour: The role of productivist attitudes and non-pecuniary benefits
P Howley, C Buckley
Ecological Economics 109 (0), 186-193, 0
16
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