“Applying Asset Pricing Theory to Calibrate the Price of Climate Risk” (joint with Kent Daniel and Bob Litterman)
API-905y/Econ 2690hf Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy, Robert Stavins and Martin Weitzman
Wednesdays, 4:15-5:30 p.m., Room L-382, 79 John F. Kennedy Street
Full Spring 2018 schedule:
January 24 — Erich Muehlegger, University of California, Davis, and Richard Sweeney, Boston College. Pass‑Through of Input Cost Shocks Under Imperfect Competition: Evidence from the U.S. Fracking Boom.
January 31 — Kent Daniel, Columbia University, Robert Litterman, Kepos Capital, and Gernot Wagner, Harvard University. Applying Asset Pricing Theory to Calibrate the Price of Climate Risk.
February 7 — Kenneth Gillingham, Yale University, and James Stock, Harvard University. Efficient Mitigation of Climate Change.
February 28 — Joseph Aldy, Harvard University. Evaluating a Discretionary Safety Valve: The Economic and Environmental Impacts of Waiving Fuel Content Regulations in Response to Supply Shocks.
March 7 — Martin Weitzman, Harvard University. Why Prices or Quantities Dominate Banking and Borrowing.
March 28 — Cass Sunstein, Harvard University, Sebastian Bobadilla‑Suarez, Stephanie Lazzaro, and Tali Sharot, University College London. How People Update Beliefs about Climate Change: Good News and Bad News. (Joint with HLS Behavioral Economics, Law, and Public Policy Seminar) Taubman Building 5th floor, Nye B-C.
April 18 — Janhavi Nilekani, Harvard University. Driving Down Demand for Diesel: Does a Bus Driver Training and Incentive Program Increase Fuel Efficiency?
April 25 — Dietrich Earnhart, University of Kansas, Sarah Jacobson, Williams College, Yusuke Kuwayama, Resources for the Future, and Richard Woodward, Texas A&M University. Variances: Regulatory Flexibility for Good or for Ill.
Note: Name of presenter is in Bold.