This article was adapted from a talk given for the Florida State University Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law Distinguished Lecture Series in October 1995. The research discussed in this article was funded in part by the Environmental Protection Agency, pursuant to Grant Number R821299-01-1. Financial assistance also was generously provided by the Filomen D'Agostino and Max E. Greenberg Research Fund at New York University School of Law. The research was conducted by Professor Been and Frances Gupta, Ph.D. Candidate, New York University Department of Economics. They would like to thank Douglas Anderton, Benjamin Goldman, Lewis Kornhauser, Richard Revesz, Michael Schill, the participants of the New York University Brown Bag lunch series and the Harvard Law School faculty workshop, and members of the seminar on environmental justice that Professor Been taught at Harvard Law School in the fall of 1995 for comments on earlier drafts. They also would like to thank Sheri Rabiner, New York University School of Law, Class of 1996, whose tireless efforts to ensure that the data used for the study was accurate were essential to the project. Jacob Hollinger, Dean Newton, and Aaron McGrath also helped to improve the quality of the data.
"Analyzing Evidence of Environmental Justice,"
Florida State University Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law: Vol. 11
, Article 1.
Available at: https://ir.law.fsu.edu/jluel/vol11/iss1/1