Dr. K.K. "Muralee" Muraleetharan:
- Dr. Muraleetharan participated in the American Society of Civil Engineers’ Legislative Fly-in from March 14-15, 2017 in Washington D.C. and discussed critical infrastructure issues facing the US and the recently released infrastructure report card (www.infrastructurereportcard.org) with staff members of Oklahoma’s congressional delegation.
NIRR Affiliates release highlighted results from the latest Energy and Environment Project
NIRR affiliates release highlighted findings from the most recent National Security and Nuclear Futures project
Dr. Edward Cokely:
Non-Market Values for Alternative Operations of the Glen Canyon Dam: Explorations in Choice and Valuation
Dr. Kevin Simmons:
NIRR faculty affiliate Kevin Simmons has a new working paper with Paul Kovacs on real estate market responses to enhanced building codes in Moore, OK.
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