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Julian Morris

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Julian Morris is executive director of International Policy Network (www.policynetwork.net), a London-based think-tank, and a visiting professor at the University of Buckingham.

Julian Morris is executive director of International Policy Network (www.policynetwork.net), a London-based think-tank, and a visiting professor at the University of Buckingham. He holds degrees in economics and law and has published widely on matters relating to the environment, health, technology, and development. He is the author or editor of many papers and books, including Sustainable Development: Promoting Progress or Perpetuating Poverty (Profile Books, 2002) and Rethinking Risk and the Precautionary Principle (Butterworth-Heinemann, 1999). Morris is co-editor, with Dr Indur Goklany, of the Electronic Journal of Sustainable Development (www.ejsd.org) and a member of the editorial board of Energy and Environment. Prior to founding International Policy Network in 2001, he was director of the environment and technology programme at the Institute of Economic Affairs, also in London.

Recent Articles and Publications

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April 11, 2018
By Julian Morris
Federal corporate average fuel economy standards rob consumers of freedom of choice and place them at risk of injury or premature death.
March 21, 2018
By Julian Morris
Problems plague the federal government's social cost of carbon calculation and it should not be used for federal rulemaking.
August 6, 2015
By Julian Morris
The government is required to quantify the costs and benefits of regulations they propose.
December 3, 2013
By Julian Morris, Victor Nava
This paper published by the Reason Foundation delves into the fiscally unwise and ostensibly virtuous process by which the Department of Energy systematically made loan guarantees to several failed renewable energy companies.

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