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Carolyn Fischer is a Senior Fellow at Resources for the Future, an organization she has worked with since 1997. Prior to working with RFF Fischer "taught at Johns Hopkins University and served as a staff economist for the Council of Economic Advisors".
A biographical note states that her work "focuses on policy mechanisms and modeling tools that cut across environmental issues, including environmental policy design and technological change, international trade and environmental policies, and resource economics. In the areas of climate change and energy policy, she has investigated the implications of different designs for emissions trading programs, particularly with respect to allocation schemes, and has also conducted research on CAFE standards, renewable portfolio standards, and energy efficiency programs. In areas of natural resource management, her research addresses issues of wildlife conservation, invasive species, and biotechnology, with particular emphasis on the opportunities and challenges posed by international trade."
Articles and resources
- "Carolyn Fischer", Resources for the Future website, accessed May 2010.
Related SourceWatch articles
- Carolyn Fischer, "The Role of Technology Policies for CCS in Climate Mitigation", Proceedings of the public meeting of Interagency Task Force on Carbon Capture and Storage, Washington D.C., May 6, 2010.