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April 15: Climate Change: Engineering and Economics of Water Resources Management, at IEI Roorkee
Published on : Sunday, April 15, 2012
Institution of Engineers, local centre at IIT Rourkee, and Liberty Institute are collaborating to host a one-day workshop to explore the interface between science and engineering knowledge, on the one hand, and economics and public policy priorities on the other, in the context of the climate change discourse. A key thrust of this workshop is on water resource management.
Niger-Delta Crisis: Let people derive benefit from oil revenue
Published on : Monday, July 21, 2008
The Niger Delta used to be a peaceful region until oil was discovered. The increase in oil related activities has not led to commensurate improvement in the lives of people, and agitations have grown. To insist on using military might to end the crisis would at the end be counter productive. Oil producing communities must be a stakeholder in oil business. When they see themselves as co-owners, they will not destroy what is theirs. Under this arrangement, everyone wins; the government, the people and oil companies, writes Thompson Ayodele and Olusegun Sotola in The Nation
Julian Simon: The ultimate scholar
Published on : Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Julian Simon's legacy is profound. Simon's most important contribution was to crystallize and explain an insight that even the best economists before him only glimpsed -- namely, that human beings in free societies are "the ultimate resource." No economist has had a greater impact upon my own way of looking at the world than has Julian Simon. After 10 years, I still miss the wisdom and genuine kindness that flowed regularly from this remarkable man, writes Donald Boudreaux in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


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