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Environmental and Energy Policy and the Economy, volume 2

Matthew Kotchen, James H. Stock, and Catherine Wolfram, editors

Conference held 2020-05-21
Forthcoming from University of Chicago Press
in NBER Book Series Environmental and Energy Policy and the Economy

ISSN: 2689-7857

The following chapters are preliminary drafts unless otherwise noted. They have not yet been subjected to the formal review process of the NBER. This page will be updated as individual chapters are revised.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Matthew J. Kotchen, James H. Stock, and Catherine D. Wolfram (bibliographic info) (download)
1. What We Know and Don't Know about Climate Change, and the Implications for Policy: Robert S. Pindyck (bibliographic info) (download) version of August 7, 2020
2. Global Lessons from Climate Change Legislation and Litigation: Shaikh Eskander, Sam Fankhauser, Joana Setzer (bibliographic info) (download) version of August 7, 2020 (Working Paper version)
3. Revenue at Risk in Coal-Reliant Counties: Adele C. Morris, Noah Kaufman, Siddhi Doshi (bibliographic info) (download) version of August 7, 2020 (Working Paper version)
4. Co-Benefits and Regulatory Impact Analysis: Theory and Evidence from Federal Air Quality Regulations: Joseph E. Aldy, Matthew Kotchen, Mary F. Evans, Meredith Fowlie, Arik Levinson, Karen Palmer (bibliographic info) (download) version of July 21, 2020
5. Geographic and Socioeconomic Heterogeneity in the Benefits of Reducing Air Pollution in the United States: Tatyana Deryugina, Nolan Miller, David Molitor, Julian Reif (bibliographic info) (download) version of June 5, 2020 (Working Paper version)
6. Do Conservation Policies Work? Evidence from Residential Water Use: Oliver R. Browne, Ludovica Gazze, Michael Greenstone (bibliographic info) (download) version of August 7, 2020 (data appendix)
 
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