Professor Cameron Hepburn is an Oxford economist with expertise in energy, resources, climate and the environment, advising governments, corporates and international institutions (e.g. UN, World Bank).
Cameron holds the following academic positions:
- Professor of Environmental Economics, Smith School, University of Oxford
- Director of Economics of Sustainability, INET, Oxford Martin School
- Professorial Research Fellow, Grantham Research Institute, LSE
- 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)
- Sensitive intervention points in the post-carbon transition J. D. Farmer, C. Hepburn, M. C. Ives, T. Hale, T. Wetzer, P. Mealy, R. Rafaty, S. Srivastav, R. Way “Sensitive Intervention Points in the Post Carbon Transition”, Science, 364(6435), 2019
- Principles to guide investment towards a stable climate with Millar, Beddington & Allen, Nature Climate Change, 8(1), 2-4, 2018.
- Valuing water for sustainable development with Garrick, Hall, Dobson, Damania, Quentin Grafton, Hope, Bark, Boltz, De Stefano, O’Donnell, Matthews & Money, Science, 358(6366), 1003-1005, 2017.
- National Wealth: What is Missing, Why it Matters edited with Hamilton, Oxford University Press, 2017.
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