Vasquez on the NFIP

Law review articles criticizing the NFIP, and offering solutions, are rapidly becoming a genre unto themselves. Florida A&M Law student Loren M. Vasquez has become the latest contributor, in the Seattle Journal of Environmental Law. Vasquez’s recommends relying on the planning process to improve resilience: One new focus could be

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Benefits and Costs

Yesterday’s post referred to “benefit-cost analysis” which is the same as what a lot of people call “cost-benefit analysis.” I chose this term for the reason anyone does anything. When I took ECON 605, the course was called “Benefit-Cost Evaluation.” Also, I took the course from Scott Farrow, who later

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