The first Economics Colloquium is November 9 at 4:30 in Steitz 102. Here are the details:
Paul S. Fischbeck
Carnegie Mellon University
What if the U.S. phased out its nuclear power plants? Where would the power come from? Would the reliability of the electricity system suffer? What about the effects on emissions of carbon dioxide and criteria pollutants?
Paul Fischbeck provides his approach to addressing these questions, along with some provocative results, in the inaugural lecture of a new Economics Colloquium series. He is professor in both the Departments of Engineering & Public Policy and Social & Decision Sciences at Carnegie Mellon, and an expert on quantitative risk assessment and the treatment of uncertainty.
Wednesday, November 9
Steitz Hall 102