ESNR has conducted numerous studies focusing on the economics of forestry. Understanding the economics of forest resources is vital to implementing ideal management tactics in forests in Nevada and around the world.
- Insley, M. and K. Rollins. (2005). "On Solving the Multirotational Timber Harvesting Problem with Stochastic Prices: A Linear Complementarity Formulation", The American Journal of Agricultural Economics 87(3): 735-755.
- Heigh, J., G. Fox, D. McKenney, and K. Rollins. (2003). "The economic impact of the 1998 ice storm on eastern Ontario woodlots: Case studies of red pine and white cedar", Forestry Chronicle 79(1): 31-44.
- Kidon, J., G. Fox, D. McKenney, and K. Rollins. (2002). "An enterprise-level economic analysis of losses and financial assistance for eastern Ontario maple syrup producers from the 1998 ice storm", Forest Policy and Economics 4(3): 201-211.
- Gordon, A.M., D. Larson, R. McBride, G. Lumis, K. Rollins, and S. Humphries. (2002). "Learning about the forest using alternative curricula - The Guelph Experience", Forestry Chronicle 78(3):1-7.
- Dyack, B., K. Rollins, and A. Gordon. (1999). "A model to calculate ex ante the threshold value of interaction effects necessary for proposed intercropping projects to be feasible to the landowner and desirable to society", Agroforestry Systems 44:197-214.
- Kim, Y., W. Covington, P. Ervin, R. Fitch, E. Kalies, D. Rideout, K. Rollins, A.J., Sanchez-Meader, M.H. Taylor, W. Wu, J. Yoder. 2013. The Efficacy of hazardous fuel treatments: A rapid assessment of the economic and ecologic consequences of alternative hazardous fuel treatments. Ecological Restoration Institute, Northern Arizona University. 28 pp.
- McIver, J., M. Brunson, S. Bunting, J. Chambers, N. Devo, P. Doescher, J. Grace, D. Johnson, S. Knick, R. Miller, M. Pellant, F. Pierson, D. Pyke, K. Rollins, B. Roundy, E. Schupp, R. Tausch, and D. Turner. (2010) "The Sagebrush Steppe Treatment Evaluation Project (SageSTEP): A Test of State-and-Transition Theory", General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-237. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 16 6.