Saturday, March 27, 2010

Day Two of SELE (2010)

Today, we have 5 panels on: Enforcement; Tax and Environmental Regulation; Environmental Law and Other Disciplines; Benefit Cost Analysis; and Distributional Considerations. Presenters, coming from universities and research institutions in six different countries, including Julie Steiner (St. Johns); Howard Chang (Penn); Christian Langpap (Oregon State); Yoram Margalioth (Tel Aviv); Josephine van Zeben (Amsterdam); Mauel Utset (Florida State); Celeste Black (Sydney); Suzanne Kingston (University College, Dublin); Jim May (Widener); Douglas Noonan (Georgia Tech); Jose G. Vargas-Hernandez (Guadalajara); Peter Appel (Georgia); Tracey Roberts (Vanderbilt); and Jonathan Nash (Emory). I might also add, in this context, that during the last session yesterday, Akanksha Bhagat of the National Law School of the University of India, gave a remote presentation on market-based approaches to endangered species protection.

In just its second year of existence, the Society for Environmental Law and Economics has grown into a truly global organization.

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