Catherine Hausman

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A panel discussion between Dr. Yoram Bauman and Professors Barry Rabe, Catherine Hausman, and Sam Stolper. This panel will focus on the theoretical and practical implications of instituting a carbon price to help mitigate carbon emissions, including a discussion of existing city and state case studies.
11:30 am to 12:50 pm

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Assistant Professor of Public Policy
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