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Publications
The Economics and Politics of “Green” Flood Control: A Historical Examination of Natural Valley Storage Protection by the Corps of Engineers
Carolyn Kousky
RFF Discussion Paper 14-07 | April 2014
 
Distributional Consequences of Public Policies: An Example from the Management of Urban Vehicular Travel
Winston Harrington, Elena A. Safirova, Conrad T. Coleman, Sebastien Houde, Adam M. Finkel
RFF Discussion Paper 14-04 | March 2014
 
Technological Change, Vehicle Characteristics, and the Opportunity Costs of Fuel Economy Standards
Thomas Klier, Joshua Linn
RFF Discussion Paper 13-40 | December 2013
 
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Events
Subtopic: Benefit-Cost Analysis 
Risk, Ambiguity and Climate Change
October 4, 2012
Geoffrey Heal, Columbia Business School
Event Type: Academic Seminar
Related Topics: Climate
 
New Ideas for Risk Regulation  
June 22, 2009 - June 23, 2009
Event Type: Conference
Related Topics: Risk Management, Policy and Analysis
 
Reforming Regulatory Impact Analysis: A Briefing on a New Report 
March 31, 2009
Event Type: Seminar
Related Topics: Policy and Analysis
 
  
Features
The Hidden Costs of Power: Health Effects of Coal Electricity Generation in India
Resources magazine: Emissions of particulate matter, sulfur dioxide, and nitrogen oxides from coal-fired power plants are costing Indians their lives. How stringently should these pollutants be regulated, and what form should regulations take?
The Case for Higher Fuel Taxes
Increasing taxes on gasoline and diesel to more than $1 a gallon would produce multiple benefits, according to a new paper by Ian Parry.
Oil Spills: The Deterrent Effects of Monitoring, Enforcement, and Public Information
In this week's commentary, Mark Cohen discusses the appropriate role of deterrence, monitoring, and targeted enforcement policies in reducing the frequency and size of oil discharges in a cost-effective way.
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