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Environmental stewardship is at the heart of what we do. Harnessing the power of economics is how we do it.

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The Center for Environmental and Resource Economic Policy (CEnREP) advances environmental solutions by providing leadership in research, outreach, and training of the next generation of environmental economists.  We create solutions that work for society and the environment by coupling state-of-the art economic science with natural science and engineering solutions. Learn more >>


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Upcoming Events

Sep 14
Sep 15
  • Friday | 12:00 PM1:00 PM
    CEnREP Colloquium: Raymond Guiteras - NC State University
    121 Kilgore Hall 

    Raymond Guiteras, Assistant Professor, Ag & Resource Economics, NCSU, will be presenting: "Demand Estimation with Strategic Complementarities: Demand for Sanitation in Bangladesh"

Sep 22
Sep 28
Oct 12
Oct 20
  • Friday | 12:00 PM1:00 PM
    CEnREP Colloquium: Eleni Bardaka - NC State University
    121 Kilgore Hall 

    Eleni Bardaka, Assistant Professor, Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering, NCSU, will be presenting: "Transit-Induced Gentrification: Causal Identification, Spatial Spillover Effects, and Equitable Transit-Oriented Development Solutions"

Oct 27
  • Friday | 12:00 PM1:00 PM
    CEnREP Colloquium: Matt Johnson - Duke University
    121 Kilgore Hall 

    Matt Johnson, Post Doctoral Fellow, Sanford School of Public Policy-Duke University, will be presenting: "Does Cleaner Air Injure Workers? Spillover Effect of Clean Air Act Enforcement on Firms’ Occupational Health and Safety Performance"

Nov 2
Nov 17
  • Friday | 12:00 PM1:00 PM
    CEnREP Colloquium: Lee Parton - NC State University
    121 Kilgore Hall 

    Lee Parton, Ph.D. Candidate in Economics, NC State University, will be presenting, "To Build or Not to Build: Housing Supply Responses to Climate Change Policy Uncertainty"

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