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State & Hill

Faculty Findings, fall 2023

Dec 12, 2023
Transmission impossible? Current research suggests that the U.S. could reach net-zero carbon dioxide emissions by 2050 at a relatively low cost by utilizing currently available technologies, such as electric vehicles and zero-carbon...
State & Hill

From grounded to global

May 3, 2023
"One positive international experience can flip a switch, change a student's academic and professional trajectory. You never know what that experience might be," says Dan Ellis, assistant director of the International Policy Center (IPC). He and...
News

Weiser Diplomacy Center announces new diplomacy fellows

Nov 3, 2022
The Weiser Diplomacy Center (WDC) is excited to announce four impressive recipients of the 2022 WDC fellowship.  The four 2022 fellows, Jacob Gillis (MPP ’24), Gerardo A. Méndez Gutiérrez (MPP ’24), Gabriel Sylvan (MPP ’24), and Oieshi Saha (MPP...
In the Media

Hausman breaks down how the EU's carbon border tax will work on NPR

Aug 11, 2021 NPR Here & Now
The world watches as the European Union implements a carbon border tax, wondering if it will help cut down global carbon emissions. Catherine Hausman, associate professor of public policy, discusses the leakage problem, charging for pollution, and...
In the Media

UK-EU trade deal will slow auto trade - Deardorff

Dec 29, 2020 Detroit News
"If nothing else, it will slow down the trade," Deardorff tells the Detroit News. "It's going to take longer for everything to move across the border."  You can read the article...
State & Hill

Catch up on Ford School faculty news - Winter 2019 State & Hill

Apr 17, 2019
In August, John Z. Ayanian published a policy–focused article with colleagues in the New England Journal of Medicine titled “ Mitigating the risks of Medicaid work requirements.” Michael S. Barr teamed up with Howell E. Jackson and Margaret E....

Dominguez named to European economic committee

Oct 9, 2018
The Ford School’s Kathryn Dominguez, an economics professor, was named to the Advisory Scientific Committee (ASC) of the European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB), which oversees financial systems of the European Union to mitigate and prevent systemic...

Rabe: Is carbon pricing politically feasible?

Apr 20, 2018
When China formally announced plans to establish a national carbon market this past December, it was double the European Union's carbon market and 10 times the size of California's cap-and-trade system. With the launch, China became the latest...
News

Hausman in VoxEU on energy

Jun 30, 2014
"Estimating the economic value of energy transmission is difficult," writes Catherine Hausman in a June 16 article for VoxEU, a Centre for Economic Policy Research publication funded by the European Union that promotes research-based policy analysis...

Systemic Implications of Transatlantic Regulatory Cooperation and Competition

May 8, 2008, 4:00-5:30 pm EDT
Weill Hall
The purpose of the conference is to explore a number of regulatory issues involving trade and related policies that cut across the economies of the United States and European Union and that have wider ramifications for the global trading system as a whole. An indication of the scope of the conference and the papers being commissioned is available via the links in the agenda, below. Attendance: Open to interested faculty, students, and the public.
Ford School

Marina v.N. Whitman: Austerity not enough for EU nations

Apr 27, 2012 0:01:55

Marina v.N. Whitman is a professor at the Ford School and the Ross School of Business whose expertise is in international trade and investment. She has served as a VP and chief economist at GM and as member of the Council of Economic Advisers.