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From the Publisher'Reveals the way economic analysis is used, and ignored, by top-level policymakers. All eight essays are written by former staff members of the White House's Council of Economic Advisors (CEA). . . . It thus presents a thoroughly insider's view. . . . Directly or indirectly, climate change is the issue that strings together the essays in the book. . . . All the essays help answer the question of how best to deal with climate change. Each one presents in a different context the analytical tools economists use to protect the environment.'
Environment and Planning
'[This book] gives a rare inside look at the tensions in economic and environmental policymaking at the top of the U.S. federal structure. . . .Knowledgeable economists show how they dealt with these complex . . . issues in the three past administrations.'
Journal of Environmental Science & Policy