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Richard L. Revesz: February 2010

Richard L. Revesz: February 2010

Richard L. Revesz, dean of NYU's School of Law, is an expert on environmental regulation and policy and co-founder of the Institute for Policy Integrity.

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Subsidies vs. market apporach

While government subsidies for "green technology" may be a piece of the total picture, the only way to efficiently generate the levels of investment needed to wean the economy from carbon-heavy sources of power is a price signal which could be generated as a tax or, more likely, as a cap-and-trade.

By Richard L. Revesz | February 3, 2010; 07:15 PM ET | Comments (2)

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