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Value of a Statistical Life, mortality risks, benefit-cost analysis
Value of a Statistical Life, Mortality Risks, Benefit-cost Analysis
Catastrophic Oil Spill, Cost–Benefit Analysis, Government Regulation, Liability
natural gas, shale, gas prices, climate policy, carbon dioxide emissions, energy security
global warming damages, mitigation cost, climate policy, instrument choice, technology policy
air pollution, compressed natural gas, low-sulfur diesel, diesel-fueled cars, Delhi
shale gas, policy, research and development, technology, hydraulic fracturing, horizontal drilling
United States, climate policy, cap and trade, the Kyoto mechanism
Value of a statistical life, Mortality risks, Benefit-cost analysis
fuel economy, CAFE, trucks, heavy-duty vehicles, technology-based standards, regulatory impact analysis, RIA
nonmarket valuation, stated preference, revealed preference, commodities, endpoints
acid rain, acidification, stated preference, willingness to pay, benefit estimation
shale gas, electricity, transportation, manufacturing
inequality, equity, health risks, welfare
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carbon taxes, coal, climate change, pollution strategies, emissions reductions
Shale Gas, Wastewater, Onsite, Offsite, Storage, Deep Well Injection, Reclaimed Wastewater, Road Damage, Earthquake, Environmental Externality, Siting, Mathematical Programming, Optimization
North America, electricity, electricity markets, policy design, policy harmonization
oil and gas production, wastewater storage, environmental regulation
ecosystem services, ecological indicators, nonmarket valuation
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