Why is environmental economics an exciting research field?
Why does pollution exist?
Why is urban economics an exciting research field?
Pollution in a world of no government
The intended and unintended consequences of regulation, in this case the Clean Air Act Regulation.
Economic growth and the environment
Natural Disaster Economics: Adaptation to Anticipated Shocks
Natural Disaster Economics: Lessons from Hurricane Sandy
FEMA, Moral Hazard and Natural Disaster Adaptation
Bargaining and Collective Action, with focus on Hurricane Sandy and real estate owners
Are we prepared for the next Hurricane Sandy? How should we adapt?
Consumer Externalities and Mitigating Environmental Externalities
The Porter Hypothesis
The Geography of Climate Change Adaptation and the Venn Diagram
Sustainable Real Estate
What is a "Sustainable" City?
Investment under Uncertainty: Sims Metal Management in NYC
Real Estate Pricing and City Quality of Life
Paternalistic Externalities v. Tough Love: A Climate Change Adaptation Game
Prospective Evaluation of Urban Transportation Issues
"Humancentric" Environmental Economics: A Bird's Perspective
Understanding Climate Change Belief Dynamics
Climate Change and the Economics of Ski Resorts
River Pollution in Brazil's Sao Paolo
Does Government Investment Spur Gentrification and New Residential Real Estate Investment
Intended and Unintended Consquences of Environmental Regulation
Commercial Building Electricity Consumption: The Role of Structure Quality, Management and Contract Incentives
Induced Innovation and Endogenous Technological Change
The Rise of the Law Carbon Consumer City
Macroeconomics Consequences of Taxing the Rich: The Case of Superstar Golfer Phil Michelson
Applying Nudges to Mitigate Environmental Externalities
A Climate Change Adaptation Cartoon
Infant Mortality Reduction and Natural Gas Adoption in Turkey
California as the Green Guinea Pig: The Economics of AB32
How the Economy Tackles the Moral Challenge of Fighting Climate Chang
The Economic Incidence of Coastal Flooring and Land Purchase
Test Driving a Telsa and the Razor's Edge for New Green Product
The Power of Human Ingenuity to Improve Our Standard of Living