Emilson Caputo Delfino Silva
Professor and CAIP Chair at University of Alberta -Business Economics-NREE (Natural Resources, Energy and Environment)
He is currently working on economics of the oil and gas industry, climate change, transboundary pollution, corruption, carbon capture and storage, geo-engineering, clean energy, acid rain, public policy, fiscal federalism, voluntary provision of public goods, club theory, and terrorism, among others.
Fluent in English and Portuguese.
Corruption | Pollution Havens | Acid Rain| Environmental Policy | Global Warming| Private Information | Public Good| Transboundary Pollution | Game Theory | Terrorism | Clean Energy//Carbon Dioxide Emission/ Income Redistribution/ pareto efficiency/Policy Making/Private Information/European Union/Labor Mobility/Public Good/subgame perfect equilibrium/Kyoto Protocol/Global Warming/Government Policy/Local Public Good
Objective Function/Air Pollution/Asymmetric Information/