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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 furman@rff.org (tel. 202-328-5174). Updates to our academic seminars schedule will be posted at www.rff.org/academicseminarseries

ACADEMIC SEMINARS
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How Consumers Respond to Product Certification:
November 17, 2011
Sébastien Houde, PhD Candidate, Stanford University
Event Type: Academic Seminar
 
On the Portents of Peak Oil (And Other Indicators of Resource Scarcity)
November 15, 2011
James Smith, SMU
Event Type: Academic Seminar
 
Embodied Carbon Tariffs
November 10, 2011
Jared C. Carbone, University of Calgary
Event Type: Academic Seminar
 
The Market for Conservation and Other Hostages
November 8, 2011
Bård Harstad
Event Type: Academic Seminar
 
Commercial and Industrial Demand Response Under Mandatory Time-of-Use Electricity Pricing
October 6, 2011
David Rapson
Event Type: Academic Seminar
 
Large Scale Charitable Giving Experiments: Testing the Complementarities of Competition between Charities
September 29, 2011
Andrew Stocking and Andreas Lange
Event Type: Academic Seminar
 
Growth Overfishing and Intra-seasonal Fisheries Models
September 8, 2011
Martin D. Smith
Event Type: Academic Seminar
 
Do Environmental Regulations Disproportionately Affect Small Businesses?
September 1, 2011
Ron Shadbegian, EPA
Event Type: Academic Seminar
 
Integrated Hydro-Economic Modelling of Catchment Science and Non-Market Valuation
July 28, 2011 - June 28, 2011
Marit E. Kragt
Event Type: Academic Seminar
 
Environmental Shocks in Ghana: An Improved Detection of their Impact on Child Health
June 30, 2011
Vidisha Vachharajani
Event Type: Academic Seminar
 
Market Power, Private Information, and the Optimal Scale of Pollution Permit Markets for North Carolina’s Neuse River
May 26, 2011
Andrew Yates
Event Type: Academic Seminar
 
Saving Energy and the Environment (CO2 Emissions) While Growing China’s Energy Intensive Industries: Lessons for Indonesia
May 24, 2011
Michael T. Rock, RFF
Event Type: Academic Seminar
 
Climate Amenities, Climate Change, and American Quality of Life
May 19, 2011
Ryan Kellogg, University of Michigan
Event Type: Academic Seminar
 
A New (Economic) Approach to Environmental Technology Standards
May 12, 2011
Maria Damon, NYU
Event Type: Academic Seminar
 
Adding a Risk Premium to the Social Cost of Carbon
May 5, 2011
Carolyn Kousky and Roger Cooke, RFF
Event Type: Academic Seminar
 
Designing Markets for Pollution When Damages Vary Across Sources: Evidence from the NOx Budget Program
April 29, 2011
Meridith Fowlie, University of California, Berkeley
Event Type: Academic Seminar
 
Academic Seminar with Shanti Gamper-Rabindran
April 21, 2011
Shanti Gamper-Rabindran, University of Pittsburgh
Event Type: Academic Seminar
 
Vinaigrette or Oil and Vinegar? Comparing Public Rationales for Justice Trade-Offs in Mitigation and Adaptation Climate Policy Dilemmas
March 24, 2011
Sonja Klinsky, Cambridge Dept. of Economics
Event Type: Academic Seminar
 
Academic Seminar with Nancy Lutz
March 3, 2011
Nancy Lutz, NSF
Event Type: Academic Seminar
 
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
 
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