Factors driving China’s carbon emissions after the COVID-19 outbreak

Working paper by Xinlu Sun, Zhifu Mi on 2 Dec 2022

In this paper the authors review determinants of carbon emissions in China since 2002, specifically assessing the impact of COVID-19, to determine whether any structural changes that have taken place will have significant impacts on the economy and low-carbon transition.

When externalities collide: influenza and pollution

Working paper by Joshua Graff Zivin, Matthew Neidell, Nicholas Sanders on 28 Jun 2021

Influenza, or flu, and air pollution are significant public health risks that impact nations around the world with large economic consequences.