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About Douglas S. Noonan

Douglas Noonan teaches and conducts research on environmental economics and policy. The core of Prof. Noonan's research is at the intersection of environmental, urban, and cultural economics, emphasizing the provision of and adaptation to urban amenities. This includes projects on economic valuation of environmental and cultural resources, environmental justice, and air pollution and environmental forecasting. Prof. Noonan's recent work spans numerous policy areas like air toxics, brownfield remediations, green building technologies, federal Empowerment Zones, historic preservation, national park politics, and open-source software.


Present Director of Research, Indiana University Public Policy Institute
Present Professor, Indiana University - Purdue University, Indianapolis

Curriculum Vitae

Research Interests

environmental economics, urban economics, and cultural economics

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Contact Information

801 W. Michigan St., BS4073
Indianapolis, IN 46202

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