JOEL DARMSTADTER is an economist and senior fellow at Resources for the Future, which he joined in 1966, following an earlier stint in the corporate sector and several research organizations. Specializing in economic and policy aspects of energy and the environment, he has written, co-authored, and contributed chapters to, numerous books and journal articles. He has appeared as an expert witness before congressional committees, been a consultant to several government agencies, and served on a number of National Research Council panels. During 1983-93, he was a professorial lecturer at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. He has degrees in economics from George Washington University (A.B., 1950) and the New School for Social Research (M.A., 1952).
Posts by Joel Darmstadter:
- Adaptation: An Essential, but Lagging, Part of Global Warming Policy
- Should We Price the Carbon From Federal Coal?
- Brazil Takes a Turn for – What?
- Climate Change Policy Imperatives: Let’s Not Neglect Adaptation
- Resources Magazine: Reflections on the Oil Shock of 40 Years Ago
- Russia and Ukraine: The Energy Dimension
- Forty Years Later, an Oil Crisis Retrospective
- A Global Perspective on the Social Cost of Carbon
- Estimating The Social Cost Of Carbon: Robert Pindyck’s Critique
- Towards an Agreed-Upon Social Cost of Carbon