Kyle Meng
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Civil conflicts are associated with the global climate
SM Hsiang, KC Meng, MA Cane
Nature 476 (7361), 438-441, 2011
7722011
General resilience to cope with extreme events
SR Carpenter, KJ Arrow, S Barrett, R Biggs, WA Brock, AS Crépin, ...
Sustainability 4 (12), 3248-3259, 2012
2262012
Opportunities for advances in climate change economics
M Burke, M Craxton, CD Kolstad, C Onda, H Allcott, E Baker, L Barrage, ...
Science 352 (6283), 292-293, 2016
1182016
Habit formation in voting: Evidence from rainy elections
T Fujiwara, K Meng, T Vogl
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 8 (4), 160-88, 2016
117*2016
Temperature effects on productivity and factor reallocation: Evidence from a half million Chinese manufacturing plants
P Zhang, O Deschenes, K Meng, J Zhang
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 88, 1-17, 2018
1062018
Reconciling disagreement over climate–conflict results in Africa
SM Hsiang, KC Meng
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (6), 2100-2103, 2014
862014
Opportunities for low-cost CO2 storage demonstration projects in China
KC Meng, RH Williams, MA Celia
Energy Policy 35 (4), 2368-2378, 2007
642007
Three necessary conditions for establishing effective Sustainable Development Goals in the Anthropocene
AV Norström, A Dannenberg, G McCarney, M Milkoreit, F Diekert, ...
Ecology and Society 19 (3), 2014
552014
Tropical economics
SM Hsiang, KC Meng
American Economic Review 105 (5), 257-61, 2015
472015
Using a free permit rule to forecast the marginal abatement cost of proposed climate policy
KC Meng
American Economic Review 107 (3), 748-84, 2017
342017
Temperature and violence
MA Cane, E Miguel, M Burke, SM Hsiang, DB Lobell, KC Meng, ...
Nature Climate Change 4 (4), 234-235, 2014
292014
The blue paradox: Preemptive overfishing in marine reserves
GR McDermott, KC Meng, GG McDonald, CJ Costello
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (12), 5319-5325, 2019
232019
Causal empirical estimates suggest COVID-19 transmission rates are highly seasonal
T Carleton, KC Meng
medRxiv, 2020
222020
The social cost of lobbying over climate policy
KC Meng, A Rode
Nature Climate Change 9 (6), 472-476, 2019
182019
New England cod collapse and the climate
KC Meng, KL Oremus, SD Gaines
PloS one 11 (7), e0158487, 2016
152016
Ultraviolet radiation decreases COVID-19 growth rates: Global causal estimates and seasonal implications
T Carleton, J Cornetet, P Huybers, K Meng, J Proctor
Available at SSRN 3588601, 2020
122020
Spatial Correlation, Trade, and Inequality: Evidence from the Global Climate
JI Dingel, KC Meng, SM Hsiang
NBER Working Paper, 2018
12*2018
Quasi-experimental methods in environmental economics: opportunities and challenges
O Deschenes, KC Meng
Handbook of Environmental Economics 4, 285, 2018
112018
Do Environmental Markets Cause Environmental Injustice? Evidence from California’s Carbon Market
D Hernandez-Cortes, KC Meng
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2020
82020
Do Property Rights Alleviate the Problem of the Commons? Evidence from California Groundwater Rights
AB Ayres, KC Meng, AJ Plantinga
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2019
8*2019
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