College of Business

Roger E. Meiners

Professor
Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic University, 1977
J.D., University of Miami, 1978
Telephone: 817-272-3116   Office: COB 309
Email: meiners@uta.edu

Personal Website

Research/Teaching Interests: Legal and Economic Aspects of Environmental Law

Dr. Roger Meiners is the Goolsby Distinguished Professor of Economics and Law. His Ph.D. is from Virginia Tech; his law degree from the University of Miami. Faculty appointments prior to The University of Texas at Arlington were at Clemson University, Emory University and Texas A&M. Dr. Meiners also served as a Regional Director for the Federal Trade Commission. His research interests focus on legal and economic aspects of environmental policy. He is a Senior Fellow at the Property and Environment Research Center in Bozeman, Montana.

Recent Publications

  • Meiners, Roger, Andrew Morriss et al. (2009). “Green Jobs Myths,” Missouri Environmental Law and Policy Review, Vol. 16(2).
  • Meiners, Roger, Andrew Morriss et al. (2009). Seven Myths about Green Jobs, PERC Policy Series 44.
  • Meiners, Roger and Andrew Morriss (2009). “Borders and the Environment,” Environmental Law, Vol. 39(1).
  • Meiners, Roger and Andrew Morriss et al. (Fall 2009). “Advocating Autarky,” Texas Journal of Oil, Gas and Energy Law, Vol. 5(1).
  • Meiners, Roger and Andrew Morriss (2009). “Borders and the Environment,” Environmental Law, Vol. 39(1).
  • Meiners, Roger (2009). Legal Environment of Business, 10th edition, West Publishing Company. Includes all supporting materials: instructor manual, test bank, study guide and on-line resources.
  • Meiners, Roger and Andrew Morriss (2007), “The Mining Landscape: Bootleggers, Baptists and the Promised Land,” Accounting for Mother Nature, T. Anderson et al. (eds.), Stanford University Press.