Dr. Roger E. Meiners
Dr. Roger E. Meiners is professor of law and economics at the University of Texas at Arlington. His economics degrees are from Washington State University, the University of Arizona, and Virginia Tech; his law degree is from the University of Miami. Meiners has also been a faculty member at Texas A&M University, Emory University and Clemson University, was a regional director for the Federal Trade Commission, and a member of the South Carolina Insurance Commission.
His research focuses on common law and market solutions to environmental issues and on the economics of higher education. Meiners is a Senior Associate at the Property and Environment Center (PERC) in Bozeman, Montana, and serves on the board of the Institute for Policy Innovation and Consumer Alert. He has published numerous books, including Taking the Environment Seriously (with Bruce Yandle), Government v. the Environment (with Don Leal), Faulty Towers: Tenure and the Structure of Higher Education (with Ryan Amacher), and published in various popular and scholarly journals. He regularly teaches law and economics classes in the M.B.A. program.
To learn more about Dr. Meiners, please visit his faculty webpage.