This multi-disciplinary five-day course provides an in-depth overview of the economics and governance of climate change, and the risks and opportunities they present for a range of organisations. read more »
Katrina Jessoe, Associate Professor at University of California Davis, will be the speaker for this seminar. Katrina will be discussing her paper: Gains from water markets: Micro-level evidence on agricultural … read more »
Liz Koslov, MIT Much research reveals the devastating and unequal impacts of forced relocation and displacement in contexts ranging from disasters to urban regeneration. However, the effects of climate change … read more »
There is evidence that many individuals make suboptimal investment decisions when the benefits and costs associated with that decision are distributed over time. One example is the decision to adopt … read more »
This workshop will be given by Francois Cohen, a Grantham Research Institute Visiting Fellow.
Matt Cole, Professor of Environmental Economics at the University of Birmingham, will be the speaker for this seminar. He will be discussing his paper Biodiversity and Economic Land Use which … read more »
This workshop will be given by Christian Siderius, a Research Officer at Grantham Research Institute.
During this seminar Antoine Dechezlepretre will be speaking on his latest paper “The economic cost of air pollution: Evidence from Europe” co-authored with Nicholas Rivers (University of Ottawa) and Balazs Stadler (OECD). Abstract … read more »
Arik Levinson, a Professor in the Department of Economics at Georgetown University, will be the speaker for this seminar. Abstract Economists promote energy taxes as cost-effective. But policymakers raise concerns … read more »