This week’s episode of the Biophilic Solutions podcast features University Distinguished Professor Edward Barbier discussing his latest book, Economics for a Fragile Planet (Cambridge, 2022).
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Miller, R. (2022). The effect of private schools on measures of socioemotional development in adolescence: evidence from India. Journal of Human Capital.
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Miller, R. and Sedai, A.K. (2022). Opportunity costs of unpaid caregiving: evidence from panel time diaries. The Journal of the Economics of Ageing.