Gregor Singer
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International and sectoral variation in energy prices 1995-2011: how does it relate to emissions policy stringency?
M Sato, G Singer, D Dussaux, S Lovo
Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment Working Paper, 2015
282015
International and sectoral variation in industrial energy prices 1995–2015
M Sato, G Singer, D Dussaux, S Lovo
Energy Economics 78, 235-258, 2019
112019
Green agricultural policies and poverty reduction
S Lovo, M Bezabih, G Singer
Grantham Research Institute Climate Change and the Environment and Global†…, 2015
82015
Can subjective resilience indicators predict future food security? Evidence from three communities in rural Kyrgyzstan
A Clare, L Sagynbekova, G Singer, C Bene, A Rahmanberdi
London School of Economics and Political Science London, 2018
32018
Endogenous markups, input misallocation and geographical supplier access.”
G Singer
LSE mimeo, 2018
32018
Air Pollution Increases Influenza Hospitalizations
G Singer, JG Zivin, M Neidell, N Sanders
medRxiv, 2020
2020
Essays on misallocation of production inputs and energy efficiency in Indian industries
G Singer
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), 2019
2019
Competition and Conflict: Evidence from a Community Driven Development Program in Indonesia
T Garg, C Gennaioli, S Lovo, G Singer
2017
Climate-resilient development in agrarian economies
M Bezabih, S Lovo, G Singer, C McLaren
The Economics of Climate-Resilient Development, 2016
2016
Greasing the wheels of the labor market? Immigration and worker mobility
S Braun, G Singer
Kiel Policy Brief, 2012
2012
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