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All academic seminars will be in RFF's 7th Floor Conference Room, located at 1616 P Street NW in Washington, DC, unless otherwise noted. See our Getting to RFF page for directions to our building. Attendance is open, but involves pre-registration no later than two days prior to the event.

For questions and to register to an event, contact Karen Furman (tel. 202-328-5174). Updates to our academic seminars schedule will be posted at

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Induced Development in Risky Locations: Fire Suppression and Land Use in the American West?
February 24, 2011
Carolyn Kousky and Sheila M. Olmstead, RFF
Event Type: Academic Seminar
The Mixed History of EPA Management of Banked Emissions Allowances
December 2, 2010
Arthur G. Fraas and Nathan Richardson, RFF
Event Type: Academic Seminar
The Impact on U.S. Industries of Carbon Prices with Output-Based Rebates over Multiple Time Frames
November 23, 2010
Mun Ho and Richard D. Morgenstern, RFF
Event Type: Academic Seminar
Timing is Everything: Poverty Alleviation and the Demand for Energy-Using Assets
November 18, 2010
Catherine Wolfram, UC Berkeley
Event Type: Academic Seminar
Moving US Climate Policy Forward: Are Carbon Tax Shifts the Only Good Alternative?
November 9, 2010
Ian Perry, Senior RFF Fellow
Event Type: Academic Seminar
Learning to Live in a Global Commons: Socioeconomic Challenges for a Sustainable Environment
November 4, 2010
Simon A. Levin, RFF University Fellow
Event Type: Academic Seminar
Land Demarcation and the Role of Coordinating Institutions
October 7, 2010
Dean Lueck, University of Arizona
Event Type: Academic Seminar
Trees and Leaves: How Many Leaves Should Women Sweep?
October 5, 2010
Gardner M. Brown, RFF University Fellow, University of Washington
Event Type: Academic Seminar
Renewable Portfolio Standards, Feed-in Tariffs and Marginal Carbon Intensity
September 23, 2010
Joshua Linn, RFF
Event Type: Academic Seminar
Behavioral vs. Conventional Economics: A Methodological Review
June 10, 2010
Tim Brennan, Resources For the Future, UMDBC
Event Type: Academic Seminar
Ecosystem Services vs. Human Action: Mangroves and Storm Protection in India
May 20, 2010
Jeff Vincent, Duke
Event Type: Academic Seminar
Measuring Demand for Household Health Durables: Field-testing the Becker-Degroot-Marschak Mechanism in Northern Ghana
May 6, 2010
Raymond Guiteras, Maryland
Event Type: Academic Seminar
A Dynamic General Equilibrium Model of Driving, Gasoline Use and Vehicle Fuel Efficiency
April 29, 2010
Chao Wei, George Washington University
Event Type: Academic Seminar
The Role of Inventories and Speculative Trading in the Global Market for Crude Oil
April 22, 2010
Lutz Killian, Michigan
Event Type: Academic Seminar
Environmental Regulation in 2020
April 15, 2010
Terry Davies, Resources For the Future, Brookings
Event Type: Academic Seminar
Heterogeneous Harm vs. Spatial Spillovers: Environmental Federalism and US Air Pollution
April 8, 2010
Spencer Banzhaf, Georgia Tech
Event Type: Academic Seminar
Water Quality Trading for Agricultural Nonpoint Sources: Using Genetic Algorithms to Design Efficient Solutions
April 1, 2010
Cathy Kling, Iowa State
Event Type: Academic Seminar
Ecosystem-based Management: Insights into the Economic and Ecological Gains from Taking a More Holistic Approach to Management
March 25, 2010
James Sanchirico, UC Davis, RFF University Fellow
Event Type: Academic Seminar
Is a death a death? Further evidence on revealed preferences for reducing heterogeneous risks
March 18, 2010
Laura Taylor, NC State
Event Type: Academic Seminar
An Economic Urban Growth Model with Agent-based Housing and Land Markets
March 11, 2010
Margaret Walls, Resources For the Future with Nicholas Magliocca, Virginia McConnell and Elena Safirova
Event Type: Academic Seminar
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