Peter Dorman

Peter Dorman is professor emeritus of political economy at Evergreen State College. His research interests have included occupational safety and health, child labor, international trade, environmental economics and the theory of the firm. For two decades he served as a consultant to the International Labor Organization, authoring several high profile reports. His books include Markets and Mortality: Economics, Dangerous Work and the Value of Human Life and the forthcoming Alligators in the Arctic and How to Avoid Them: Science, Economics and the Challenge of Catastrophic Climate Change.