[OPE-L] Economics of Global Warming

From: glevy@PRATT.EDU
Date: Tue Sep 11 2007 - 06:31:07 EDT

If you happen to be in NYC....  Of course, I realize that in the larger
scheme of things the issue of global warming is insignificant compared to
the larger question of the so-called "myth of internal inconsistency" in

In solidarity, Jerry

SCEPA and The New School for Research Economics Department are pleased
to present:

The Economics of Global Warming: A One-Day Workshop
Friday, October 12, 2007
10:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Wolff Conference Room, 65 Fifth Avenue (at 13th St)
Reservations Required

This one-day workshop centers on the economic analysis of the magnitude
and distribution of the real and perceived costs of correcting the
global-warming externality. The keynote address and panels will explore
the issues of inter-temporal allocation and inter-generational equity
raised by the global warming problem, and the political economy of
policies to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions.


Graciela Chichilnisky, Columbia University
Tom Ferguson, University of Massachusetts
Neva Goodwin, Global Development and Environment Institute
Geoffrey Heal, Columbia University
Jeff Madrick, SCEPA
Julie Nelson, Global Development and Environment Institute
Lance Taylor, The New School for Social Research

with keynote address by Duncan Foley, The New School for Social Research

For more information or to RSVP e-mail cepa@newschool.edu.

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