Economics for Equity & Environment

Economics for Equity & Environment
(2007; Cambridge, MA; 6 staff; e3network.org)

Economics for Equity & Environment is a network of economists conducting applied research on environmental issues with a focus on social equity. The E3 Network “works to provide timely answers to policy relevant questions, to inform decision making and public debates, and to shape economic practice.” Consequently, it “brings economists together to consult on economic research, produce timely policy-relevant reports, and publish in academic journals.”

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Leadership: Jean Ann Ramey & Robin Hahnel (Co-Directors)

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