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Colorado’s Water Plan

James Eklund, Director of the Colorado Water Conservation Board presents “Colorado’s Water Plan” on April 29, 2015.

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A Look Upstream: Market Restructuring, Risk, Procurement Contracts and Efficiency

Dr. Ian Lange's co-authored paper investigates the consequences of electricity market deregulation and how it impacts coal mining productivity.

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Energy Efficiency in Tradable Performance Standards

Professor Harrison Fell and his co-authors look at the crediting standards for energy efficiency projects – an important element of the EPA’s Clean Power Plan.

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CSM Launches New Policy Institute

CSM unveils new Earth Resources Institute (ERI) to inform and shape sound public policy on earth resources, energy, and the environment.

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EB Students Awarded in Finance Competition

Congratulations to the team of EB undergraduate students who were awarded second place in the annual CFA Institute Research Challenge.  

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Distinguished Lecture

Lawrence Goulder from Stanford University presented on the topic of Confronting Climate Change: Economics, Fairness, and Political Feasibility early February.

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Welcome to MInes Division of Economics & Business

Upcoming Events

Research Seminar
Nic Rivers, Assistant Professor at the University of Ottawa will discuss "Vertical Fiscal Externalities and the Environment."
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Executive in Residence
Feedback and Path Forward: John Bedker will share an overview of global participant LPI's and LDP's. ETM students will also present on leadership lessons-learned.
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Guest Speaker
James Eklund, Director of the Colorado Water Conservation Board presents “Colorado’s Water Plan.”
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Graduation Luncheon
All Economics and Business Faculty, Students and Graduates are invited to attend the Graduation Luncheon at 12:00pm in the Engineering Anex.


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