Cameron Hepburn

Professor of Environmental Economics University of Oxford and the London School of Economics and Political Science
Cameron Hepburn

Cameron Hepburn is an economist with over a decade’s experience working on environmental and climate change issues, with particular interests in the theory and implementation of emissions trading, the economics and ethics of cost-benefit analysis, and the economics of apparently irrational individual behaviour. He has advised various governments and international institutions on environmental and climate policy, and has worked with a range of private sector clients on environmental and climate strategy. He currently holds Fellowships at Oxford University (New College and the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment) and is a Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics (Grantham Research Institute). He is also a member of the UK Defra Academic Panel and the Ofgem Environmental Economists Panel, an Associate Editor of the Oxford Review of Economic Policy, and is a co-founder and Director of Climate Bridge Ltd and Vivid Economics Ltd. He holds a D.Phil. and an M.Phil. in Economics from the University of Oxford (as a Rhodes Scholar), and first class degrees in Law and Engineering from the University of Melbourne.

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Cameron Hepburn's seminars

At the core of the Oxford University Business Economics Programme is an intensive, two-week development course for the next generation of senior leaders. By combining high-calibre academic tuition, industry-leading keynote speakers, and a diverse group of delegates, OUBEP creates a dynamic space to explore economic theory and applications to help solve problems and create strategic impact.

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OUBEP curates an immersive, rich and intense experience for participants. At its core, lies a combination of outstanding teaching with tutoring sessions in smaller groups. Participants are also able to take advantage of networking opportunities around drinks and dinner or whilst taking part in typical Oxford activities.