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AAEA News | Sunday, August 01, 2021
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Paul J. Ferraro, a behavioral economist and distinguished professor of human behavior and public policy at Johns Hopkins University, said that, generally speaking, if you can induce people to reduce water use during a drought, those behavioral changes tend to persist, even if they wane a bit.

Paul Ferraro, Johns Hopkins University




President's Message

Dawn Thilmany
AAEA President

June 2021

As I look toward wrapping up my year as your President, I realize what a busy, unique and transformative year we have just navigated together as an Association.  I am excited for several reasons….our opportunity to connect (virtually and in person) this summer for our Joint Annual Meeting, the bright future our Association has given the new slate of AAEA and Section leaders announced over the past month and the realization, once again, of the great set of colleagues and members I am honored to know and represent in my role (as I peruse our Award winners, Fellows, and list of mentors stepping up to guide young professionals).

Thanks for making AAEA a truly member-driven, impactful, and relevant organization!

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