Carl Bauer
Carl Bauer
Professor, School of Geography and Development
(520) 621-1917
PhD, Jurisprudence & Social Policy, University of California-Berkeley Law School

Bauer teaches and does research about comparative and international water law and policy, taking an interdisciplinary approach that combines law, geography, and political economy. He was formerly a researcher at Resources for the Future, in Washington, DC, and he has been a consultant to numerous international organizations. His regional expertise is in Latin America and the Western United States. Bauer has a Ph.D. in Law and Social Policy from the University of California-Berkeley Law School, an M.S. in Geography from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a B.A. in Geology from Yale University.

Research Themes: 
Business and Economics
Climate change impacts
Electricity markets
History
Natural resource management
Political ecology
Utilities regulation
Water markets
Climate and Adaptation
Climate change
Drought
Geography
Natural resource management
Water resources
Energy
Climate change impacts
Electricity markets
Energy law and policy
Energy security
Energy-water nexus
Renewable energy
Governance, Law, and Policy
Climate change impacts
Energy law and policy
Energy policy
Environmental law and policy
Governance
Institutional analysis
Natural resource management
Political ecology
Utilities regulation
Water resource management
Water rights
Water
Agriculture
Arid lands
Water conflicts
Water distribution systems
Water law and policy
Water resource management
Water-energy nexus
Watershed management

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