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VALUE OF STATISTICAL LIFE
Publications
Heterogeneity in the Value of Life
Joseph E. Aldy, Seamus J. Smyth
RFF Discussion Paper 14-13 | May 2014
 
Valuing Mortality Risk Reductions
Maureen L. Cropper, James K. Hammitt, Lisa A. Robinson
RFF Discussion Paper 11-10 | March 2011
 
Measuring The Costs Of Air Pollution And Health In China
Maureen L. Cropper
Resources | Fall 2009 (173)
 
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Can States Regulate Without a “Race to the Bottom”?
Commentary: Widely varying regulatory costs make federal environmental regulation inefficient in some cases. Wallace Oates finds that, contrary to popular theory, giving kinds of certain environmental regulatory authority to states doesn’t result in a polluted “race to the bottom.”
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