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Contains articles that were originally published in RFF's quarterly magazine, Resources . This title includes articles that address difficult public policy questions, such as environmental policy and economic growth, and 'When is a Life Too Costly to Save?' It offers an introduction to key issues in environmental and natural resources policy.
Wallace E. Oates is a professor of economics at the University of Maryland and a University Fellow with Resources for the Future. He has written widely on environmental affairs and is coauthor of The Theory of Environmental Policy and author of The Economics of Environmental Regulation.