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The idea of an individual's or a household's carbon footprint is how much that person or household contributes to climate change.  All anthropogenic climate change is caused by humans (by definition), so let's

Burt, Oscar R., and Durward Brewer. "Estimation of net social benefits from outdoor recreation." Econometrica: Journal of the Econometric Society (1971): 813-827. Cameron, Trudy A., W. Douglass Shaw, Shannon E. Ragland, J. Mac Callaway,

There is a great new policy forum article in Science defending the use of the social cost of carbon (SCC) in climate policy analysis, written by four great environmental economists (Joe Aldy, Matt

[This article is part of the Understanding Money Mechanics series, by Robert P. Murphy. The series will be published as a book in 2021.] In chapter 7 we summarized some of the major changes in how

A couple months ago, in arguing that "The Fed should give everyone a bank account," journalist Matt Yglesias cited what he took to be an instructive precedent: "Once upon a time, governments didn't

Yoram Bauman:  This is the fifth such review I’ve been involved in and it is almost certainly the last review I’ll be doing, for the simple reason that the vast majority of textbooks now

DMT (2020) draw attention to my treatment of the weighted WTP estimates. The regression model for the second scenario has a negative sign for the constant and a positive sign for the slope.

DMT (2020) draw attention to my treatment of the weighted WTP estimates. The regression model for the second scenario has a negative sign for the constant and a positive sign for the slope.

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