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Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance


Professor Larcom is an interdisciplinary researcher with interests in law, economics and institutions. He began his career as an Economist at the Australian Treasury.  He has a First Class Honours degree in Economics from the University of Melbourne, an MPhil in Environmental Policy from the University of Cambridge and a PhD in Law (Centre of Law and Economics) at University College London.  He has published in leading journals across disciplines, including the Quarterly Journal of Economics, the Journal of Legal Studies, the Law and Society Review, Nature Climate Change and Nature Sustainability.  He has a particular interest in legal pluralism, the internalisation of law, learning from shocks, environmental economics, and interactions between religion and the environment. 

For more information see: Dr Shaun Larcom


Environmental Economics, Law and Economics, Legal Pluralism, Experimentation and Shocks, Institutions

Teaching and Supervisions


Paper 5: Environmental Economics and Law

Paper 12: Law and Economics

EP02: Fundamentals of Environmental Economics

C-EENRG Fellow
Professor of Law, Economics and Institutions
Department of Land Economy
University of Cambridge
Dr Shaun  Larcom