Heyes, Anthony (Prof)
Based in the Department of Economics at Royal Holloway, University of London. Professor Heyes has a BA from Cambridge and a PhD from McGill University in Montreal. He has previously worked at London and Oxford Universities. His research interests are in environmental policy, regulation, law and economics. He gave a CARR seminar in October 2004 entitled: Whistleblowing: A Theory with Application to Environmental Regulation.
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Kelman, Steve (Prof)
Weatherhead Professor of Public Management at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government and the author of many books and articles on the policymaking process and on how to improve the management of government organisations. From 1993 to 1997, Steve Kelman served as Administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy in the Office of Management and Budget. He gave a CARR seminar in January 2004 entitled: Rules and Discretion in the Design of a Procurement System.
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Mashaw, Jerry (Prof)
Sterling Professor of Law at Yale Law School, specialising in Administrative law; social welfare policy, regulation and legislation. He has written many publications including Greed, Chaos and Governance: Using Public Choice to Improve Public Law (1997) and Administrative Law: Introduction to the American Public Law System (with R. Merrill and P. Shane, 2003).
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Schuppert, Gunnar Folke (Prof)
Chair for State and Administrative Science at Wissenschaftszentrum, Berlin and Fellow at the Max Weber Kolleg for Culture and Sociological Studies in Erfurt. He gave a CARR seminar in February 2004 entitled: The Ensuring State and Modes of Regulation.
Schwarze, Reimund (Dr)
Research Associate at the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW) Berlin. Dr Reimund Schwarze graduated in the field of economics at the faculty of social sciences of the University of Goettingen and at the faculty of economics of the University of Berlin. Throughout 1984-1986, he helped develop a database for a European-wide model of sulphur dioxide and nitrous oxides generation and distribution for the Environmental Protection Agency of Germany in Berlin./
In 1991, he accepted a position as a lecturer on environmental economics at the University of Technology of Berlin, where he was promoted assistant professor in June 1995. In June 1998, he was awarded a one-year research fellowship at the Institute for International Studies at Stanford University. The focus of his research at Stanford was to examine legal and economic issues of the Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention of Climate Change.
He is author of several books and journal papers, and has served as an environmental expert for the German Parliament and the German Ministry of Environmental Affairs. His research focus at the DIW is 'Economics and Sustainable Development'. He gave a CARR seminar in June 2004 entitled: The Good, the Bad and the Notorious: risk differentiation in German third party motor insurance.