Cameron holds the following academic positions:
- Professor of Environmental Economics and Director, Smith School, University of Oxford
- Director of Economics of Sustainability, INET, Oxford Martin School
- Senior Research Fellow, New College, Oxford
- Managing Editor, Oxford Review of Economic Policy
- Lecturer, Environmental Economics (MSc, MPhil) & Energy Markets (MBA)
- Degrees: law and engineering; doctorate in economics (as a Rhodes scholar)
- A net-zero emissions economic recovery from COVID-19 Allan, J., Donovan, C., Ekins, P., Gambhir, A., Hepburn, C., Robins, N., Reay, D., Shuckburgh E., and Zenghelis, D. (2020). A net-zero emissions economic recovery from COVID-19. Smith School Working Paper 20-01.
- Will COVID-19 fiscal recovery packages accelerate or retard progress on climate change? Cameron Hepburn, Brian O’Callaghan, Nicholas Stern, Joseph Stiglitz, Dimitri Zenghelis, Will COVID-19 fiscal recovery packages accelerate or retard progress on climate change?, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, graa015, https://doi.org/10.1093/oxrep/graa015
- Bringing rigour to energy innovation policy evaluation Pless, J., Hepburn, C. & Farrell, N. Bringing rigour to energy innovation policy evaluation. Nat Energy 5, 284–290 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41560-020-0557-1
- Is Natural Capital Really Substitutable? Cohen, F., Hepburn, C., & Teytelboym, A. (2019). ‘Is Natural Capital Really Substitutable?’. Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 44, pp.425-448.
Professor Hepburn serves in non-executive roles including:
Cameron gives frequent invited lectures, such as:
- World Economic Forum, Davos and Tianjin
- Necker Island with Richard Branson
- Chatham House
- FT Literary Festival
- Advance Australia Global Awards
Cameron is an investor in social enterprises including Purpose and Apolitical, and co-founded Climate Bridge, Vivid Economics and Aurora Energy Research. He actively invests in early stage businesses.