Publications

2002
Mun S Ho, Dale W Jorgenson, and Wenhua Di. 2002. “Pollution taxes and public health.” In Economics of the Environment in China, edited by Jeremy J. Warford and Yi Ning Li. Bethesda, MD: Aileen International Press.
Jonathan I Levy, Scott K. Wolff, and John S Evans. 2002. “A regression-based approach for estimating primary and secondary particulate matter intake fractions.” Risk Analysis, 5, 22: 893-901. Publisher's Version
2001
William P. Alford and Benjamin L. Liebman. 2001. “Clean air, clean processes?: The struggle over air pollution law in the People's Republic of China.” Hastings Law Journal, 52: 703-748. Publisher's Version
Scott A. Venners, Binyan Wang, Jiatong Ni, Yongtang Jin, Jianhua Yang, Zhian Fang, and Xiping Xu. 2001. “Indoor air pollution and respiratory health in urban and rural China.” International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health , 3, 7: 173-181. Click here for the article on the journal webpage.
Karolin Kokaz. 2001. “Optimal modal transport choice in the face of different strategies for air quality management in urban transport planning.” Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University.
2000
Z.Y. Xu, D.Q. Yu, L.B. Jing, and X.P. Xu. 2000. “Air pollution and daily mortality in Shenyang, China.” Archives of Environmental Health, 2, 55: 115-120. Click here for the article on the journal webpage.
Deshun Liu, Jingfei Guo, Chris P Nielsen, and Peter P. Rogers. 2000. “Baseline determination for greenhouse gas abatement by the Clean Development Mechanism and Joint Implementation under the Kyoto Protocol.” In Implementation of the Kyoto Protocol, edited by Prodipto Ghosh. Manila: Asian Development Bank.
Peter P. Rogers, Karolin Kokaz, and B.J. Liu. 2000. “Potential for US-China carbon trading from the electric power sector.” Pacific and Asian Journal of Energy, 2, 10: 171-183.
1999
Richard Garbaccio, Mun S Ho, and Dale W Jorgenson. 1999. “Controlling carbon emissions in China.” Environment and Development Economics, 4, 4: 493-518. Click here for the article on the journal webpage.
B.Y. Wang, Z.G. Peng, X.B. Zhang, Y. Xu, H.J. Wang, G. Allen, L.H. Wang, and X.P. Xu. 1999. “Particulate matter, sulfur dioxide, and pulmonary function in never-smoking adults in Chongqing, China.” International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health , 1, 5: 14-19. Click here for the article on the journal webpage.
Richard Garbaccio, Mun S Ho, and Dale W Jorgenson. 1999. “Why has the energy output ratio fallen in China?.” Energy Journal, 3, 20: 63-91. Click here for the article on the journal webpage.
1998
X.P. Xu. 1998. “Air pollution and its health effects in urban China.” In Energizing China: Reconciling Environmental Protection and Economic Growth, edited by M.B. McElroy, C.P. Nielsen, P. Lydon, and eds.. Cambridge, MA: HUCE/Harvard University Press. Click here for the book on the Harvard University Press website.
Alistair Iain Johnston. 1998. “China and international environmental institutions: A decision rule analysis.” In Energizing China: Reconciling Environmental Protection and Economic Growth, edited by Michael B. McElroy, Chris P Nielsen, Peter Lydon, and eds.. Cambridge, MA: HUCE/Harvard University Press. Click here for the book on the Harvard University Press website.
Abram Chayes and Charlotte J. Kim. 1998. “China and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.” In Energizing China: Reconciling Environmental Protection and Economic Growth, edited by Michael B. McElroy, Chris P Nielsen, P. Lydon, and eds.. Cambridge, MA: HUCE/Harvard University Press. Click here for the book on the Harvard University Press website.
Mun S Ho, Dale W Jorgenson, and Dwight H. Perkins. 1998. “China’s economic growth and carbon emissions.” In Energizing China: Reconciling Environmental Protection and Economic Growth, edited by Michael B. McElroy, Chris P Nielsen, Peter Lydon, and eds.. Cambridge, MA: HUCE/Harvard University Press. Click here for the book on the Harvard University Press website.
Theodore Panayotou. 1998. “The effectiveness and efficiency of environmental policy in China.” In Energizing China: Reconciling Environmental Protection and Economic Growth, edited by Michael B. McElroy, Chris P Nielsen, Peter Lydon, and eds.. Cambridge, MA: HUCE/Harvard University Press. Click here for the book on the Harvard University Press website.
Jingwen Li. 1998. “Energy economics in building a modern China.” In Energizing China: Reconciling Environmental Protection and Economic Growth, edited by Michael B. McElroy, Chris P Nielsen, Peter Lydon, and eds.. Cambridge, MA: HUCE/Harvard University Press. Click here for the book on the Harvard University Press website.
W.D. Ni and N. D. Sze. 1998. “Energy supply and development in China.” In Energizing China: Reconciling Environmental Protection and Economic Growth, edited by Michael B. McElroy, Chris P Nielsen, Peter Lydon, and eds.. Cambridge, MA: HUCE/Harvard University Press. Click here for the book on the Harvard University Press website.

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