A book published in 1985 by Tom Tietenberg, Colby’s Mitchell Family Professor of Economics, Emeritus, was given the Publication of Enduring Quality Award by the Association of Environmental Economists. Tietemnberg’s book, Emissions Trading: An Exercise in Reforming Pollution Policy, “was the first comprehensive review of large-scale attempts to replace command and control regulation with incentive-based environmental regulation under the Clean Air Act,” according to a citation from the association.