Professor Cole Tackles Benefit-Cost-Analysis in Joint Committee with the MacArthur Foundation
Professor Daniel H. Cole has been named to the “Scientific Committee” for a joint project of the MacArthur Foundation and the Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis to develop principles and standards for benefit-cost-analysis. Other members of the Committee include Kenneth Arrow (Nobel Prize ,1972), John Lott, Kerry Smith, Richard Zerbe, Robert Haveman, Lisa Robinson, Kip Viscusi, Bruce Kobayashi, Arnold Harberger, and John Graham.
Professor Cole is the R. Bruce Townsend Professor of Law at Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis and a member of the Affiliated Faculty of the Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis at IU-Bloomington. He teaches and writes in the areas of Property, Natural Resources Law, Land Use, Environmental Protection, and Law & Economics. He has also written extensively about Poland and Polish law.