The Role of Locational Equilibria and Collective Behavior in Measuring the Benefits of Air Pollution Policies

EPA Grant Number: R828103 aka R826609
Title: The Role of Locational Equilibria and Collective Behavior in Measuring the Benefits of Air Pollution Policies
Investigators: Smith, V. Kerry , Sieg, Holger
Institution: North Carolina State University , Carnegie Mellon University
Current Institution: North Carolina State University
EPA Project Officer: Clark, Matthew
Project Period: February 21, 2001 through February 20, 2004
Project Amount: $199,948
RFA: Decision-Making and Valuation for Environmental Policy (2001) RFA Text |  Recipients Lists
Research Category: Economics and Decision Sciences

Description:

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Publications and Presentations:

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Journal Articles:

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Supplemental Keywords:

RFA, Economic, Social, & Behavioral Science Research Program, Scientific Discipline, Economics, decision-making, Social Science, Economics & Decision Making, air pollution policy, ecosystem valuation, locational equilibria, collective choice process, models

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For additional research on this topic please see grant #R826609

Progress and Final Reports:

  • 2001 Progress Report
  • 2002
  • Final Report