Seminar in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics


The Yale Environmental Economics Seminar is a seminar series organized by the Yale Center for Business and the Environment, a joint center of the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and the School of Management.  It is a forum where invited speakers, faculty, and students present either finished research or research-in-progress.  The seminar series not only provides valuable feedback to presenters, but also serves to bring together the environmental economics community at Yale. 

Seminar in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics (F&ES 805a)

Wednesdays 4:00pm – 5:30pm (unless otherwise indicated)

Kroon Hall, Room 321


Fall 2017 Schedule

August 30


Geoff Heal (Columbia) - "Labor Productivity and Temperature" 


September 6


Marc Fleurbaey (Princeton) - "Risk, Inequality, and Climate Change"


September 13


Andrew Plantinga (UCSB) - "Salience and the Government Provision of Public Goods"


September 20


No Seminar


September 27


Laura Taylor (NC State) - "Randomized Safety Inspections and Risk Exposure on the Job: Quasiexperimental Estimates of the Value of a Statistical Life"


October 4


No Seminar


October 11


Nick Kuminoff (Arizona State) - "Hazed and Confused: Air Pollution, Dementia and Financial Decisions"


October 18


No Seminar


October 25


Hao Deng (Yale) - "The Role of Finance in the Residential Solar Market: Evidence from Third Party Ownership"


November 1


Max Auffhammer (UC Berkeley) - "Summertime, and Pass-Through is Easier: Chasing Down Price Elasticities for Residential Natural"


November 8


Jacob LaRiviere (Microsoft Research)


November 15


No seminar


November 29




December 6




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