University of Michigan Gateway Ford School

Working Papers

The CLOSUP Working Paper Series is targeted toward academic audiences and informed policymakers and includes research papers that are complete and ready for public presentation. Any topic relevant to local, state, and/or urban policy issues is eligible for inclusion. Current papers in the series are presented below.

Seasons Gone By: An Examination of Individual Perceptions of Past Weather and Their Views on Global Warming
Christopher Borick, Erick Lachapelle, and Barry G. Rabe

A Survey of Environmental Policies Among the States: 2015
Heather Kirkpatrick

The Durability of Carbon Cap‐and‐Trade Policy
Barry G. Rabe, University of Michigan

Taxing Fracking: The Politics of State Severance Taxes in the Shale Era
Barry G. Rabe, University of Michigan, and Rachel Hampton, University of Michigan

Feasibility and Implications of the Michigan 2012 Proposal 3 for a 25% State Renewable Portfolio Standard
Elisabeth Moyer, Sean Johnson, Lexie Goldberger, Joe Zhu, Center for Robust Decision-making on Climate and Energy Policy, University of Chicago

Prospects for Expanding Regional Planning Efforts
Elisabeth R. Gerber, Carolyn G. Loh

Disposition of Publicly Owned Land in Cities: Learning from Cleveland and Detroit
Margaret Dewar

The Pursuit of Responsible Development: Addressing Anticipated Benefits and Unwanted Burdens through Community Benefit Agreements
Larissa Larsen

Incomplete Environmental Regulation, Imperfect Competition, and Emissions Leakage
Meredith Fowlie

What Helps or Hinders Nonprofit Developers in Reusing Vacant, Abandoned, and Contaminated Property? Findings from Detroit and Cleveland
Margaret Dewar

Emissions Trading, Electricity Industry Restructuring, and Investment in Pollution Abatement
Meredith Fowlie

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