James K. Hammitt

James K. Hammitt

Professor of Economics and Decision Sciences
Director, Harvard Center for Risk Analysis
James K. Hammitt

​​​​​Research Interests

Management of long-term environmental issues with important scientific uncertainties, such as global climate change and stratospheric-ozone depletion; characterization of social preferences over health and environmental risks

Related Publications

Valuing Changes in Mortality Risk: Lives Saved vs. Life Years Saved. (2007)

Is 'Practical Global Climate Policy' Sufficient? (In Architectures for Agreement: Addressing Global Climate Change in the Post-Kyoto World, 2007)

The Economic Value of Air-Pollution-Related Health Risks in China: A Contingent Valuation Study. (2006)

Save the Kyoto Protocol. (2006)

Madison and Climate Change Policy. (2006)



Contact Information

Dept. of Health Policy and Management, 718 Huntington Ave.

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