Environmental Economics

Ninth Occasional California Workshop on Environmental and Natural Resource Economics

The primary focus of the workshop, held on November 3-4, 2006, was on graduate students, young faculty or researchers at universities or public or private institutes or government involved in research in environmental and natural resource economics. The workshop provided researchers the opportunity to share their work and/or ideas in a relaxed, workshop environment. Although the workshop was open to all, the target geographical group was faculty, graduate students and other researchers in Western North America, including Canada and Mexico. Historically, the greatest representation at previous workshops has been from California universities. The program, including links to abstracts and the full papers presented, can be found at: http://www2.bren.ucsb.edu/~kolstad/events/Occ2006/program_new.htm

  • Keywords

    1. Benefits Analysis
    2. Cost-Benefit and Cost Effectiveness Analysis
    3. Cost and Economic Impacts Analysis
    4. Economic Incentives and Other Innovative Approaches
    7. Sustainable Development
    8. Other Analyses and Reports
    Environmental Media:
    f. Multimedia
    Costello, Chris, host
    Kolstad, Charlie, host
    Kotchen, Matthew, host
    EPA Project Officer/ Manager:
    Carlin, Alan
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    Study Purpose:
    Empirical Application
    Report Series:
    Occasional California Workshops on Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
    Inventory Record #: PE-0019
    List of all reports in the Series:
  • Participating Organizations

    Research Organization:

    California at Santa Barbara, University ofAddress:
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    Funding Organization:
    Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Policy, Economics, and Innovation, National Center for Environmental EconomicsAddress:
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  • How to Obtain Report

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