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Why Carbon Pricing Falls Short Fossil Fuels, Markets & Regulation, Climate April 24, 2019 Jesse Jenkins Carbon Pricing, Emissions
Targeting Net Zero Emissions Climate, Markets & Regulation February 25, 2019 Oliver Geden Emissions, Politics
Wrong About Urbanization? How Emerging Factors Could Shift People Away from Cities Climate, Cities & Buildings November 28, 2018 Oscar Serpell Energy Efficiency, Environment, Land Management, Public Health, Risk
Comparative Pathways Interim Report Climate August 30, 2018 Cornelia Colijn, Mark Hughes, Oscar Serpell
Reimagining Pennsylvania’s Coal Communities Fossil Fuels, Climate, Markets & Regulation May 23, 2018 Christina Simeone, DeShaun Bennett, Theodora Okira Coal, Labor
Plugging In: Energy Demand in Indian Residences Climate, Electricity March 22, 2018 Radhika Khosla Energy Efficiency, International
Putting Energy into Implementation: Challenges to Subnational Participation in SDG 7 Climate February 1, 2018 Mark Hughes, Cornelia Colijn International
Sea Change: Desalination and the Water-Energy Nexus Climate January 29, 2018 Scott Moore Water
Water Issues in California Climate January 11, 2018 Hong Yu Xiao Water
Climate Policy in a Disorganized World Climate, Markets & Regulation December 14, 2017 Mike Abito Carbon Pricing
Hot Topics on Climate Change Climate June 28, 2017 Roberto Schaeffer Emissions, International
The Carbon Tax: A Bargain for Conservatives Climate, Fossil Fuels May 31, 2017 Dillon Weber Carbon Pricing, Politics, Regulation
Comparative Pathways to Regional Energy Transition Fossil Fuels, Climate March 31, 2017 Mark Hughes, Cornelia Colijn, Oscar Serpell Emissions, Grids, Oil & Gas, Pennsylvania
Aligning Local Logic with Global Need Climate February 3, 2017 Oscar Serpell Climate Adaptation
Will China Reduce Coal Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions? Fossil Fuels, Climate June 21, 2016 Matthew Kahn Coal, Emissions, International


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James Hines

Professor, University of Michigan
James Hines is a professor of law and economics at the University of Michigan and an editorial advisor to the Kleinman Center. His research is focused on various aspects of taxation.