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Hilary Sigman
Visiting Fellow
hsigman@rutgers.edu
RESEARCH TOPICS
 
PROFILE
Hilary Sigman is a professor of economics at Rutgers University and a research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). She conducts research on the empirical effects of environmental policy.
  
Featured Publications
The Effect of Allowing Pollution Offsets with Imperfect Enforcement
Hilary Sigman, Howard F. Chang
American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings | 101
 
Environmental Liability and Redevelopment of Old Industrial Land
Hilary Sigman
Journal of Law and Economics | 53 | 289–306
 
Economics of Hazardous Waste and Contaminated Land
Hilary Sigman
Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar | 2008
 
Transboundary Spillovers and Decentralization of Environmental Policies
Hilary Sigman
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management | 50 | 82–101
 
International Spillovers and Water Quality in Rivers: Do Countries Free Ride?
Hilary Sigman
American Economic Review | 92 | 1152–1159
 
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JOURNAL ARTICLES
The Effect of Allowing Pollution Offsets with Imperfect Enforcement
Hilary Sigman, Howard F. Chang
American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings | 101
 
Environmental Liability and Redevelopment of Old Industrial Land
Hilary Sigman
Journal of Law and Economics | 53 | 289–306
 
The Effect of Joint and Several Liability under Superfund on Brownfields
Hilary Sigman, Howard F. Chang
International Review of Law and Economics | Vol 27 | 363–384
 
Legal Liability as Climate Change Policy
Hilary Sigman
University of Pennsylvania Law Review | Vol. 155 | 1953–1959
 
Transboundary Spillovers and Decentralization of Environmental Policies
Hilary Sigman
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management | 50 | 82–101
 
Does Trade Promote Environmental Coordination? Pollution in International Rivers
Hilary Sigman
Contributions to Economic Analysis and Policy | 3
 
Targeting Lead in Solid Waste
Hilary Sigman and Nils Axel Braathen, ed.
Addressing the Economics of Waste | (Paris: OECD, 2004) | 161–180
 
Taxes on Hazardous Waste: The U.S. Experience
Hilary Sigman
Public Finance and Management | Vol. 3, No. 2 | 12–33
 
Letting the States Do the Dirty Work: State Responsibility for Federal Environmental Regulation
Hilary Sigman
National Tax Journal | Vol 56 | 107–122
 
International Spillovers and Water Quality in Rivers: Do Countries Free Ride?
Hilary Sigman
American Economic Review | 92 | 1152–1159
 
The Pace of Progress at Superfund Sites: Policy Goals and Interest Group Influence
Hilary Sigman
Journal of Law and Economics | Vol. 44 | 315–44
 
Incentives to Settle Under Joint and Several Liability: An Empirical Analysis of Superfund Litigation
Hilary Sigman, Howard F. Chang
Journal of Legal Studies | Vol. 29 | 205–236
 
Liability Funding and Superfund Clean-Up Remedies
Hilary Sigman
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management | Vol. 35 | 205–224.
 
Midnight Dumping: Public Policies and Illegal Disposal of Used Oil
Hilary Sigman
RAND Journal of Economics | Spring 1998 | Vol. 29 | 157–178.
 
The Cost of Reducing Municipal Solid Waste
Hilary Sigman, Karen Palmer, Margaret Walls
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management | Vol. 33 | 128–150.
 
Cross-Media Pollution: Responses to Restrictions on Chlorinated Solvent Releases
Hilary Sigman
Land Economics | Vol. 72 | 298–312.
 
The Effects of Hazardous Waste Taxes on Waste Generation and Disposal
Hilary Sigman
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management | Vol. 30 | 199–217.
 
A Comparison of Public Policies for Lead Recycling
Hilary Sigman
RAND Journal of Economics | (Autumn 1995) | Vol. 26 | 452–478.
 
  
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