Martin Weitzman

Martin Weitzman

HEEP Faculty Fellow
Professor of Economics, Emeritus at Harvard University
Martin Weitzman

Martin Weitzman is a Professor of Economics, Emeritus in the Department of Economics. Professor Weitzman is currently working in several areas of environmental economics. He is attempting to clarify the "essence" of the global-warming problem as a problem of economic growth, and to extend the scope of national income accounts to include activities related to resource depletion and environmental change. Yet another area of interest is the economics of biodiversity. Previous work examined instrument choice under uncertainty. His seminal article in this field, Prices vs. Quantities in The Review of Economic Studies, is one of the most frequently cited journal articles in the field of environmental economics and continues to provide fertile ground for new research.

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