Alan Mehlenbacher, PhD
Department of Economics, University of Victoria
Mail: PO Box
1700 STN CSC, Victoria BC, CANADA V8W 2Y2
BEC 392; E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Research Projects
- General equilibrium theory and computation.
- Topology models in Economics.
Recently Completed Research Projects
- Assessment of BC mining reclamation security deposits
- Evaluation of the Philadelphia cost-benefit analysis for stormwater management
- Econometric analysis of a BC social finance fund
- Issue linkage for negotiating a global agreement on climate change
- Computational model of knowledge network formation
- An efficient genetic algorithm for coalition formation
- PhD, University of Victoria
- MBA, Simon Fraser University
- MSc, University of British Columbia
- BS, University of Michigan
- Economics: Computational Economics (Econ 457), General Equilibrium and Welfare Economics (Econ 451), Environmental Economics (Econ 381), Mathematical Economics I (Econ 350), Applied Econometrics (Econ 345),
Competition Economics I (Econ 310A), Competition Policy (Econ 310B),
Statistical Inference (Econ 246), Intermediate Macroeconomics (Econ 204)
- Computer Science: Agent Systems (Csc 485/585), Network-Centric Computing (Seng 450/550), The Practice of Computing Science (Csc 212)
- Information Technology: Strategic Information Management, Data Modelling, Database Concepts
- Maple Files for Computational Economics, by Kendrick, Mercado, Amman
- T. Murdock, S. Taylor, A. Flower, A. Mehlenbacher, A. Montenegro, F. Zwiers, R. Alfaro, and D. Spittlehouse. 2013.
Pest outbreak distribution and forest management impacts in a changing climate in British Columbia.
Environmental Science & Policy, 26: 75-89. Bio-Economic Model Supplement
- Carin, B. and A. Mehlenbacher. 2010.
Constituting global leadership: which countries need to be around the summit table for climate change and
energy security? Global Governance. 16: 21-37.
- Mehlenbacher, A. 2009.
Multiagent system simulations of signal averaging in English auctions with two-dimensional value signals. Computational Economics, 34: 119-143.
- Mehlenbacher, A. 2009.
Multiagent system simulations of treasury auctions. Computational Economics. 34: 67-117.
- Whitfield, D. W. A., L. A. Mehlenbacher, and C. Labine, 1982. Solar radiation attenuation in a hillside jack pine forest. Canadian Journal of Botany. 60: 1913-1922.
- Mehlenbacher, L. A. and D.W.A. Whitfield, 1977. Modelling thermal eddy diffusivity at canopy height. Boundary-Layer Meteorology. 12: 153-170.
- Mehlenbacher, L. 1971. Devonian plants from the Yahatinda formation near Ghost River Alberta. American Journal of Botany. 58: 470.
- Spellenberg, R. W. and L. Mehlenbacher, 1971. Anatomical and cytological studies of an intergeneric hybrid. Canadian Journal of Botany. 49: 1565-1574.
- Mehlenbacher, L., 1970. Floret development, embryology, and systematic position of Oryzopsis hendersonii. Canadian Journal of Botany. 48: 1741-1758.
- Maze, J., L. Bohm, and L. Mehlenbacher, 1970. Embryo sac and early ovule development in Oryzopsis milacea and Stipa tortilis. Canadian Journal of Botany. 48: 27-41.
Technical Reports Cited in Academic Publications
- Mehlenbacher, A., 2007. Multiagent system platform for auction experiments. University of Victoria, Economics Department Discussion Paper, DDP0706.
- Mehlenbacher, A., 2007. Multiagent system simulations of sealed-bid auctions with two-dimensional value signals.University of Victoria, Economics Department Discussion Paper, DDP0707.
- Mehlenbacher, L.A., 1980. An optimization model for aggregate haul economics. Alberta Transportation, Government of Alberta.
- Mehlenbacher, A., 1979. Ridge regression. Department of Animal Science, University of Alberta.
- Mehlenbacher, A., 1978. Program for least squares analysis of variance and covariance with unequal subclass numbers. Department of Animal Science, University of Alberta.
- Whitfield, D.W.A., J.M. Mayo, J.E. Harter, S. Nelson, and A. Mehlenbacher, 1977. Tree geometry and optical properties of leaves.
In: Long term prediction of vegetation performance on mined sands. In: Report of the Alberta Oil Sands Environmental research Project, Government of Alberta.
Economics and Management Consulting
Dr. Mehlenbacher's current consulting practice includes economic analyses, business valuations, cost-benefit analyses, and econometric analyses.
He has experience as a manager or consultant in a wide variety of industries,
including information technology, telecommunications, geomatics, engineering, distribution, transportation, construction, real estate,
tourism, forestry, agriculture, health, and pharmaceuticals.
Dr. Mehlenbacher was previously a partner in a software development company, president of a property management company, and a senior manager in two BC Crown Corporations.
For more information see Alan Mehlenbacher Associates Ltd.
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(Updated: Nov, 2013)