Climate Change

    Moving away from carbon-based energy and combating the malignant effects of climate change are among the biggest economic and moral concerns facing humanity in this century. These vital issues play a central role in shaping the work of the Institute.

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    Moving Towards Climate Justice: Overcoming Barriers to Change

    The present paradox, as ecological economist Bill Rees is fond of putting it, is simple yet profoundly troubling: “The ecologically necessary is politically infeasible, but the politically feasible is ecologically irrelevant.” Read more

    Individual Judgments, Social Values, and Mimetic Interactions

    The problem of value has always occupied a central place in economic thought and debate. Read more