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The University of California Center for Energy and Environmental Economics (UCEEE) functions as a hub of energy and environmental economics research excellence, drawing on outstanding scholars from all of the campuses of the University of California. Although the UCEEE has a physical presence at UC Berkeley (Haas School) and UC Santa Barbara (Bren School), it is intended to serve as a catalyst for the entire UC System.

The Center focuses on four general research areas: Energy and Climate Policy, Energy Efficiency, Market-Based Environmental Regulations, and Behavioral Economics and the Environment.

The Center’s activities are multifaceted with the underlying theme of fostering research and collaboration at UC campuses in the area of energy and environmental economics. The Center provides resources to bring affiliated faculty and graduate students from different UC campuses to the two UCEEE locations for both short-term events and longer-term visits. UCEEE will host intensive collaborative research events, such as workshops and conferences and offer a working paper series for affiliated research. UCEEE will also provide opportunities for graduate students to benefit from the programs at the two host campuses.

The University of California Center for Energy and Environmental Economics was established in 2009 by the University of California Office of the President as one of the Multicampus Research Programs and Initiatives.
Upcoming Events
Dec 3-4, 2009: Workshop on Uncertainty and Learning in the Management of Environmental and Natural Resources (UCSB)
News and Research
When carbon is priced, who ultimately pays? Vox
International trade used in vehicles as an "alternative" cash for clunkers programme: Evidence from NAFTA Vox





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Last updated November, 2009