CEEP will undertake original research into the causes of environmental change, the consequences of this change for humanity, and the policies that can prevent and – where possible – reverse harmful environmental change to ensure sustainable development. CEEP’s goal is to share this knowledge with policymakers, fellow researchers, students, and concerned citizens worldwide. A defining feature of the Center's research is the integration of analytic approaches from economics with the natural sciences and engineering.
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Placement Director: Kiki Pop-Eleches
Charles Taylor * E-Mail * CV
Primary fields: Environmental economics; Secondary fields: Health economics, Agricultural economics
Job Market Paper: "Cicadian Rhythm: Insecticides, Infant Health and Long-term Outcomes"
Letter Writers: Wolfram Schlenker, Doug Almond, and Geoffrey Heal