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Michael Greenstone
Michael Greenstone
Milton Friedman Professor of Economics, University of Chicago
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The Lancet Commission on pollution and health
PJ Landrigan, R Fuller, NJR Acosta, O Adeyi, R Arnold, AB Baldé, ...
The lancet 391 (10119), 462-512, 2018
38432018
The economic impacts of climate change: evidence from agricultural output and random fluctuations in weather
O Deschênes, M Greenstone
American economic review 97 (1), 354-385, 2007
21992007
Evidence on the impact of sustained exposure to air pollution on life expectancy from China’s Huai River policy
Y Chen, A Ebenstein, M Greenstone, H Li
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (32), 12936-12941, 2013
17812013
Does air quality matter? Evidence from the housing market
KY Chay, M Greenstone
Journal of political Economy 113 (2), 376-424, 2005
16482005
The impact of air pollution on infant mortality: evidence from geographic variation in pollution shocks induced by a recession
KY Chay, M Greenstone
The quarterly journal of economics 118 (3), 1121-1167, 2003
16132003
Is there an energy efficiency gap?
H Allcott, M Greenstone
Journal of Economic perspectives 26 (1), 3-28, 2012
14102012
Identifying agglomeration spillovers: Evidence from winners and losers of large plant openings
M Greenstone, R Hornbeck, E Moretti
Journal of political economy 118 (3), 536-598, 2010
13822010
The impacts of environmental regulations on industrial activity: Evidence from the 1970 and 1977 clean air act amendments and the census of manufactures
M Greenstone
Journal of political economy 110 (6), 1175-1219, 2002
12722002
Climate change, mortality, and adaptation: Evidence from annual fluctuations in weather in the US
O Deschênes, M Greenstone
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 3 (4), 152-185, 2011
12062011
Environmental regulations, air and water pollution, and infant mortality in India
M Greenstone, R Hanna
American Economic Review 104 (10), 3038-3072, 2014
10842014
Adapting to climate change: The remarkable decline in the US temperature-mortality relationship over the twentieth century
A Barreca, K Clay, O Deschenes, M Greenstone, JS Shapiro
Journal of Political Economy 124 (1), 105-159, 2016
9782016
New evidence on the impact of sustained exposure to air pollution on life expectancy from China’s Huai River Policy
A Ebenstein, M Fan, M Greenstone, G He, M Zhou
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (39), 10384-10389, 2017
7192017
Does hazardous waste matter? Evidence from the housing market and the superfund program
M Greenstone, J Gallagher
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 123 (3), 951-1003, 2008
6602008
Does social distancing matter?
M Greenstone, V Nigam
University of Chicago, Becker Friedman Institute for economics working paper, 2020
6272020
Up in smoke: the influence of household behavior on the long-run impact of improved cooking stoves
R Hanna, E Duflo, M Greenstone
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 8 (1), 80-114, 2016
6242016
The effects of environmental regulation on the competitiveness of US manufacturing
M Greenstone, JA List, C Syverson
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2012
6102012
Do energy efficiency investments deliver? Evidence from the weatherization assistance program
M Fowlie, M Greenstone, C Wolfram
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 133 (3), 1597-1644, 2018
5812018
Environmental health risks and housing values: evidence from 1,600 toxic plant openings and closings
J Currie, L Davis, M Greenstone, R Walker
American Economic Review 105 (2), 678-709, 2015
5522015
Defensive investments and the demand for air quality: Evidence from the NOx budget program
O Deschenes, M Greenstone, JS Shapiro
American Economic Review 107 (10), 2958-2989, 2017
5352017
Do credit market shocks affect the real economy? Quasi-experimental evidence from the great recession and “normal” economic times
M Greenstone, A Mas, HL Nguyen
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 12 (1), 200-225, 2020
5302020
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