1 Biography 2 Selected publications 3 References 4 External links
Born in 1942 to Harry Hall and Florence Elaine (Moxley) Tietenberg,
Tietenberg obtained his BA in International Affairs at the United
States Air Force Academy in 1964. The next year he obtained his MA in
Economics from the University of the East. In 1970 he obtained another
Msc from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, where in 1971 he also
obtained his PhD in economics.
After his graduation Tietenberg started his academic career in 1971 as
assistant professor in economics at Williams College. In 1977 he
Colby College as Associate Professor in economics, got promoted to Professor in Economics in 1984, and chaire the department of economics from 1985 to 1988 and from 1993 to 1995. Tietenberg was also principal consultant in the field of environmental policy for national and international government agencies and organizations, such as the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank
Inter-American Development Bank and the United States Environmental Protection Agency. He was one of the speakers at the first Earth Summit
Earth Summit in Rio in 1992. In 1987 Tietenberg co-founder and President of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE) in the year 1987-1988. In 2010 the Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association awarded him the Outstanding Public Service Though Economics award. Selected publications
Tietenberg, Thomas H. Emissions trading, an exercise in reforming pollution policy. Resources for the Future, 1985. Thomas H. Tietenberg (1988), Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, Scott-Foresman. ISBN 0-673-18945-7. Tietenberg, Thomas H., and Lynne Lewis. Environmental economics and policy. New York: Pearson, 2010. Thomas H. Tietenberg and Lynne Lewis. Environmental and natural resource economics. Routledge, 2016.
Articles, a selection
Tietenberg, Thomas H. "Transferable discharge permits and the control of stationary source air pollution: a survey and synthesis." Land economics 56.4 (1980): 391-416. Tietenberg, Thomas H. "Economic instruments for environmental regulation." Oxford Review of Economic Policy 6.1 (1990): 17-33.
^ Mitchell, Robert Cameron, and Richard Carson. Using surveys to value public goods: the contingent valuation method. Resources for the Future, 1989. ^ Mark Sagoff, The economy of the earth: philosophy, law, and the environment. Cambridge University Press, 2007. ^ a b c Thomas H. Tietenberg, Colby College. Accessed 26-05-2017
Thomas H. Tietenberg, Colby College
WorldCat Identities VIAF: 197648001 GND: 124325548 SE