Dylan Turner is a research economist in the Agricultural Policy and Models Branch of the Market and Trade Economics Division, at the Economic Research Service (ERS).
Dylan joined ERS in June 2021, after completing his PhD. His research focus is on managing risk associated with climate change and mitigating the economic effects of natural hazards. He has also conducted research in a variety of other areas—including decision making under risk and uncertainty, non-market valuation, food waste, and natural resource extraction.
Dylan received his Ph.D. in Agricultural and Applied Economics from The University of Georgia, and a B.S. in Economics from George Mason University.
Dylan is a member of the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association.
Landry, C.E., S Anderson, E Krasovskaia, and D Turner. 2021. “Willingness to Pay for Multi-Peril Hazard Insurance,” Forthcoming in Land Economics.
Landry, C.E., D. Turner, and D. Petrolia. 2021. “Flood Insurance Market Penetration and Expectations of Disaster Assistance,” Environmental and Resource Economics 79, 357-386.
Landry, C.E., J. Bergstrom, J. Salazar, and D. Turner. 2021. “How Has the COVID-19 Pandemic Affected Outdoor Recreation in the US? A Revealed Preference Approach,” Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 43(1), 443-457.