Behavioral/experimental economics and environmental policy

Are you an environmental economists who has been wanting to explore the possible application of behavioral and experimental economics to the design of environmental policy?

If you are, then you will most likely find useful to have a look at the site of the conference Frontiers in Environmental Economics organized by by Resources for the Future 26-27 February 2007. From the site you can download all the conference papers as well as listen to and watch the presentations.

Among the nine, very interesting papers, you can find:

Fiore, Harrison, Hughes, and
Rutströmby Virtual experiments and environmental policy.

Greenstone and Gayer (2006) Quasi-experimental and experimental approaches to environmental economics, with an application to estimating the costs of endangered species protection in North Carolina.


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