Richard Cooper

Richard Cooper

HEEP Faculty Fellow
Maurits C. Boas Professor of International Economics in the Department of Economics at Harvard University
Richard Cooper

Richard Cooper is the Maurits C. Boas Professor of International Economics in the Department of Economics. Professor Cooper’s primary research interests are in international economics, including both international trade and international monetary economics. His fundamental interest in the world economy leads to an interest in all environmental issues that require international cooperation to deal with effectively. His main focus in this regard is public policy toward global climate change as reflected in his recent working paper International Approaches to Global Climate Change. Professor Cooper teaches a new freshman seminar titled “Public Policy Approaches to Global Climate Change.”

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