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2007-10-18 | author

Anthony Leiman

Tony Leiman

Tony Leiman is an associate professor at the University of Cape Town and has been researching and teaching environmental economics since 1990. In 1993/4 he spent a sabbatical year at CSERGE (University College London) which further cemented his interest in the field. His work began with the economics of project appraisal; with this he began looking at water use and dam construction and his interests expanded over the years to include the economics of mining, fisheries, bioersity, and pollution.

Expertise/Research area:

Institutional dimensions of resource economics, special focus on fisheries.


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