Matthew Winden Assistant Professor of Economics

Matthew Winden

PhD, Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics, Ohio State University, 2012
BSc, Economics, University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, 2007


Teaching Experience
Business Statistics I ECON 245

Statistics Foundations ECON 703 (Graduate Level)

Environment and Natural Resource Economics

Managerial Economics 



Dr. Winden’s major research field lies broadly in the area of environmental and natural resource economics.  Specific areas of interest involve improving environmental valuation techniques and utilizing value estimates to inform local, state, and national policy outcomes.  His other work in the areas of discrete choice modeling and conjoint choice experiments focuses on improving the econometric foundations within discrete choice modeling, as well as the use and implementation of conjoint choice modeling.



University Service:

Inclusive Excellence Committee (College)

L&S Curriculum Committee (College)


Community Service:

Wisconsin Economic Association Board Member