Terry M. Dinan

Government of the United States of America - Microeconomic and Financial Studies Division

Senior Analyst

Ford House Office Building, Room 495

2nd & D Streets, SW

Washington, DC 20515-6925

United States

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Scholarly Papers (4)

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The National Flood Insurance Program: Is it Financially Sound?

Risk Management and Insurance Review, Vol. 22, Issue 1, pp. 15-38, 2019
Number of pages: 24 Posted: 12 Mar 2019
Terry M. Dinan, Perry Beider and David Wylie
Government of the United States of America - Microeconomic and Financial Studies Division, Government of the United States of America - Congressional Budget Office (CBO) and Government of the United States of America - Congressional Budget Office (CBO)
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Clearing the Air: The Costs and Consequences of Higher Cafe Standards and Increased Gasoline Taxes

Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Forthcoming
Posted: 29 Jun 2005
David Austin and Terry M. Dinan
Congressional Budget Office (CBO) and Government of the United States of America - Microeconomic and Financial Studies Division

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CAFE, fuel economy standards, gasoline tax, credit trading, climate change

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Solving Environmental Decision-Making: A Case Study of Ground-Level Ozone

National Tax Journal, March 2003
Posted: 21 Dec 2002
Terry M. Dinan and Natalie Tawil
Government of the United States of America - Microeconomic and Financial Studies Division and Congressional Budget Office

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environmental federalism, ground-level ozone, clean air, regional decision-making

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Distributional Effects of Carbon Allowance Trading: How Government Decisions Determine Winners and Losers

Forthcoming in National Tax Journal
Posted: 09 Dec 2001
Terry M. Dinan and Diane Lim Rogers
Government of the United States of America - Microeconomic and Financial Studies Division and Joint Economic Committee, Democratic Staff

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carbon dioxide, climate change, allowance trading