Economics of 350: The Benefits and Costs of Climate Stabilization
University of Vermont
February 23, 2010
Dr. Kristen Sheeran is the executive director of Economics for Equity and the Environment Network (E3). E3 is a national network of economists developing new arguments for environmental protection based on a commitment to social justice. Her own research is focused on the tension between equity and efficiency in public goods provision, the political economy of environmental policy, and climate change mitigation. She is author of Saving Kyoto (New Holland, 2009) with Graciela Chichilnisky. In addition to her popular writing about economics and the environment and publications for the E3 Network, she as published scholarly articles in Environmental and Resource Economics, Ecological Economics, Climatic Change, Journal of Economic Issues, Eastern Economic Journal, as well as others. Prior to her role with Economics for Equity and the Environment Network, she was an associate professor of economics at St. Mary’s College of Maryland.
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