Adjusting Prices for Externalities: Part 1 of 3
Suzenne Conner, PhD student, NMSU; Michael R. Hyman, Stan Fulton Professor of Marketing, NMSU
In this first installment of a three-part series on adjusting prices for externalities, we examine the difficulties associated with assigning a monetary value to externalities.
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Energy Market Volatility
Jim Peach, Regents Professor, NMSU
Those who worry about rising energy prices should consider some recent history. Energy market volatility (EMV)–including changes in price, employment, and output–appears to be a more likely scenario than energy market stability–even if stability is defined in terms of long run energy price increases or declining production.
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Christopher A. Erickson and James Libbin
Complete Article: Talking Points