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2010 Policy Integrity Workshop Agenda

2010 Policy Integrity Workshop Agenda

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Cost-Benefit Analysis and Issue Advocacy Practitioner Workshop
 Wednesday, September 15, 2010
New York University, Lipton Hall108 West 3rd Street 
Policy Integrity’s Second Annual Practitioner Workshop will feature a series of tutorials designed to provide information for legaladvocates on incorporating cost-benefit and economic analysis into an array of policy areas, including environment, public health,technology, and criminal justice. CLE credit is available.
 9:00 am–9:30 am Breakfast & Registration
[Lipton Hall]
 9:30 am–9:55 am Welcome:
Richard L. Revesz
 
Dean, New York University School of Law 
 
[Lipton Hall] Faculty Director, Policy Integrity 
10:00 am–11:20 am Session 1: Breakout—Economic Choices and Methods
 
Economics and Climate Change
[Lipton Hall]
 
Britt Groosman
 
Senior Economic Policy Analyst, Environmental Defense Fund
 
Michael A. Livermore Executive Director, Policy Integrity  Adjunct Professor, NYU School of Law Countless government policies have potential climate impacts: from energy efficiency standards to agricultural subsidies. How government chooses to value the costs and benefits of climate change therefore will impact the regulations adopted by federal andstate agencies far into the future. Focusing on climate change and the social cost of carbon as an example, this session will discussthe centrality of economics in setting environmental policy in a wide range of forums.
Humane Risk Assessment and the Art of Solution-Focused Thinking
[Faculty Room]
 
 Adam Finkel Fellow and Executive Director,Penn Program on Regulation, University of Pennsylvania School of Law 
 
 Jason A Schwartz
 
Legal Fellow, Policy Integrity 
 
This session will provide an introduction to the science of risk analysis, and discuss how it affects policy-making on a range of environmental and public health issues, particularly workplace health. Challenges within risk-analysis, and how risk-analysis issometimes misapplied to justify weak regulatory approaches, will also be discussed.
11:30 am–12:50 pm Session 2: Breakout—New Policy Arenas
 
Crime and Punishment: The Costs and Benefits of Criminal Justice Policy
[Lipton Hall]Rachel Barkow 
 
Faculty Director, Center on the Administration of Criminal Law 
 
Professor of Law, NYU School of Law 
 
Inimai M. Chettiar Policy Counsel, American Civil Liberties Union

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