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Grantee Research Project Results

Market Mechanisms and Incentives: Case Studies and Experimental Testbeds for New Environmental Trading Programs

Request for Applications closing date: September 27, 2006



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1 R833673
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Can Markets for Development Rights Improve Land Use and Environmental Outcomes? McConnell, Virginia D.
Safirova, Elena
Walls, Margaret
 
Resources for the Future October 2007 -
March 2009  
DC  
2 R833674
Grant
The Great Miami River Watershed Water Quality Credit Trading Program Woodward, Richard T.
Shaw, W. Douglass
 
Texas A & M University September 2007 -
February 2009  
TX  
3 R833672
Grant
Experimental Testbeds for New Applications of Environmental Trading Programs Stranlund, John
Cason, Timothy N.
Murphy, James
Porter, David
Rassenti, Stephen
Smith, Vernon
Spraggon, John
 
University of Massachusetts,George Mason University,Purdue University - Main Campus July 2007 -
June 2010  
MA  
4 R833675
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Differentiating Passenger Vehicles by Fuel Economy: Strategic Incentives and the Cost-Effectiveness of Tradable CAFE Standards Fischer, Carolyn

 
Resources for the Future March 2007 -
July 2008  
DC  



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