How Well Are Our Environmental Laws Working? Retrospective Analysis of Federal Environmental Regulation

Presenting retrospective analyses on the Clean Air Act and other past environmental regulations

Workshop/Seminar featuring Anna Alberini, Joseph E. Aldy, Maximilian Auffhammer, Lori Bennear, Sylwia Bialek, Dallas Burtraw, Maureen L. Cropper, Terry Dinan, Susan Dudley, Arthur G. Fraas, Ted Gayer, Jeffrey R. Holmstead, Sally Katzen, Nathaniel Keohane, Elizabeth Kopits, Joshua Linn, Dominic Mancini, Al McGartland, Richard D. Morgenstern, Richard Newell, Richard Schmalensee, Howard Shelanski, Jeffrey Shrader, Jonathan Wiener, and Ann Wolverton — Sept. 16, 2019

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How Well Are Our Environmental Laws Working? Retrospective Analysis of Federal Environmental Regulation

Presenting retrospective analyses on the Clean Air Act and other past environmental regulations

Workshop/Seminar featuring Anna Alberini, Joseph E. Aldy, Maximilian Auffhammer, Lori Bennear, Sylwia Bialek, Dallas Burtraw, Maureen L. Cropper, Terry Dinan, Susan Dudley, Arthur G. Fraas, Ted Gayer, Jeffrey R. Holmstead, Sally Katzen, Nathaniel Keohane, Elizabeth Kopits, Joshua Linn, Dominic Mancini, Al McGartland, Richard D. Morgenstern, Richard Newell, Richard Schmalensee, Howard Shelanski, Jeffrey Shrader, Jonathan Wiener, and Ann Wolverton — Sept. 16, 2019

Participants

Anna Alberini

Professor, University of Maryland

Joseph E. Aldy

Joe Aldy is a University Fellow at RFF and Professor of the Practice of Public Policy at Harvard’s Kennedy School. His research focuses on climate change policy, energy policy, and mortality risk evaluation.

Maximilian Auffhammer

George Pardee Jr. Professor of International Sustainable Development, UC Berkeley

Lori Bennear

Juli Plant Grainger Associate Professor of Energy Economics and Policy, Duke University

Sylwia Bialek

Economic Fellow, New York University School of Law

Dallas Burtraw

Dallas Burtraw is a Darius Gaskins Senior Fellow at RFF. Burtraw’s current research includes analysis of the distributional and regional consequences of climate policy, the evolution of electricity markets including renewable integration, and the interact

Maureen L. Cropper

Maureen Cropper is a professor of economics at the University of Maryland, a senior fellow at Resources for the Future, a member of the Board of Directors at the National Bureau of Economic Research, and a member of the National Academy of Sciences.

Terry Dinan

Senior Advisor, Congressional Budget Office

Susan Dudley

Director, GW Regulatory Studies Center & Distinguished Professor, George Washington University

Arthur G. Fraas

Arthur Fraas is a visiting fellow at Resources for the Future. At RFF, Fraas works on a variety of issues related to energy and the environment, including projects looking at issues and tradeoffs with energy efficiency regulations, and more.

Ted Gayer

Executive Vice President, Brookings Institution

Jeffrey R. Holmstead

Jeff Holmstead is a member of RFF President's Council and Partner at Bracewell. He served as the former assistant administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for Air and Radiation.

Sally Katzen

Member, RFF Board of Directors; Professor of Law, New York University

Nathaniel Keohane

Senior Vice President, Climate, Environmental Defense Fund

Elizabeth Kopits

Senior Economist, US Environmental Protection Agency

Joshua Linn

Senior Fellow

Dominic Mancini

Deputy Administrator, Office of Management and Budget

Al McGartland

NCEE Director, US Environmental Protection Agency

Richard D. Morgenstern

Senior Fellow

Richard G. Newell

President and CEO, Resources for the Future

Richard Schmalensee

Chair Emeriti, RFF Board of Directors; Professor and Dean Emeritus, MIT

Howard Shelanski

Partner, Davis Polk's Litigation Department

Jeffrey Shrader

Assistant Professor, Columbia University

Jonathan B. Wiener

University Fellow

Ann Wolverton

Senior Research Economist, US Environmental Protection Agency