Paper by Ken Acks CEO Accepted for First Annual Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE) Summer Conference

March 8th, 2011


From the Conference Committee:

We are happy to inform you that your paper, A COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF AN OUTERBOROUGH GREEN MIXED-USE BROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT IN NEW YORK CITY (Reference No: 472), has been accepted for presentation at the inaugural AERE Summer Conference that will be held at the Seattle Renaissance Hotel, June 8th - June 10th 2011. We received more than 550 submissions and the selection process has been highly competitive

The conference will expand upon the AERE workshop format to include up to 12 parallel sessions and 375 attendees. With generous support from sponsors, the conference will also include a sponsored session related to the topic "Metropolises, Urbanization, and the Environment," with keynote speaker Edward Glaeser of Harvard University, as well as many sessions related to any topic of interest.

The conference program can be found at

Note: due to a scheduling conflict Mr. Acks had to withdraw the paper.