Equity and justice are increasingly prevalent themes in political, economic, and social discussions about energy and the environment.
As the United States and other nations pursue governance around pollution, climate change, and natural resources, it is an opportune time to explore the variety of theoretical, empirical, and practical approaches scholars are taking to explore the intersection of these issues.
This working group brings scholars of multiple disciplines together to pursue research on questions of equity, access to environmental services, protection from environmental degradation and energy insecurity, and the distributive effects of governance of energy resources and the environment.
If you wish to join this working group, contact Sanya Carley, David Konisky, or Jessica Steinberg.
The Law and Economics working group offers an informal discussion of law and economic topics and builds on a long tradition of interaction between faculty in the Maurer School of Law, the Department of Economics, and other schools and units across IU. You are welcome to bring a lunch.
Meetings are held each Thursday 11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. in Room 406A, Jerome Hall Law Library in Baier Hall.
Contact Dean Lueck, firstname.lastname@example.org, and Jeff Stake, email@example.com.