Spash, Clive L(aurence)
SPASH, Clive L(aurence)
SPASH, Clive L(aurence). British, b. 1962. Genres: Economics, Environ- mental sciences/Ecology. Career: University of Stirling, Scotland, lecturer, 1990-95, assistant director of Environmental Economics Research Group, 1992-95; University of Cambridge, Dept of Land Economy, lecturer, 1996- 2001, Cambridge Research for the Environment, director; Universityof Aberdeen, Dept of Agriculture and Forestry, professor, 2001-02, professor of land economy, 2002-03, professor of geography and environment, 2003-, chair of environmental and rural economics, 2001-; Macaulay Institute, head of Socio-Economic Research Programme, 2001-; writer. Lincoln University, New Zealand, visiting lecturer, 1993-94; Universite de Versailles, France, visiting professor, 1996. Publications: (with N. Hanley) Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Environment, 1993; (with M. O'Connor) Valuation and the Environment, 1999; (with S. McNally) Managing Pollution, 2001; (with D. Requier-Desjardins and J. van der Straaten) Environmental Policy and Societal Aims, 1999; Greenhouse Economics: Value and Ethics, 2002. Contributor to books and periodicals. Address: Macaulay Institute, Craigiebuckler, Aberdeen AB15 8QH, Scotland.