Robert Mendelsohn

Edwin Weyerhaeuser Davis Professor of Forest Policy & Professor of Economics

Professor Mendelsohn studies a range of environmental economic issues including the damages from air pollution and hazardous waste, to the economic value of nontimber forest products and old growth forests. For the last two decades, Professor Mendelsohn has studied the potential magnitude of global warming impacts and the role of adaptation around the world.

Education

  • PhD, Yale University, 1978
  • BA, Harvard University, 1973

Courses

Valuing the Environment
MGT 682

Insights

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