MichaŽl Aklin
MichaŽl Aklin
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Pittsburgh
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Political competition, path dependence, and the strategy of sustainable energy transitions
M Aklin, J Urpelainen
American Journal of Political Science 57 (3), 643-658, 2013
Factors affecting household satisfaction with electricity supply in rural India
M Aklin, C Cheng, J Urpelainen, K Ganesan, A Jain
Nature Energy 1 (11), 1-6, 2016
Does basic energy access generate socioeconomic benefits? A field experiment with off-grid solar power in India
M Aklin, P Bayer, SP Harish, J Urpelainen
Science advances 3 (5), e1602153, 2017
Debating clean energy: Frames, counter frames, and audiences
M Aklin, J Urpelainen
Global Environmental Change 23 (5), 1225-1232, 2013
Perceptions of scientific dissent undermine public support for environmental policy
M Aklin, J Urpelainen
Environmental Science & Policy 38, 173-177, 2014
Access to clean cooking energy and electricity—survey of states
A Jain, R S, G K, M Aklin, C CY, J Urpelainen
CEEW, 2015
Re-exploring the Trade and Environment Nexus Through the Diffusion of Pollution
M Aklin
Environmental and Resource Economics 64 (4), 663-682, 2016
Understanding environmental policy preferences: new evidence from Brazil
M Aklin, P Bayer, SP Harish, J Urpelainen
Ecological Economics 94, 28-36, 2013
Renewables: The politics of a global energy transition
M Aklin, J Urpelainen
MIT Press, 2018
The political economy of energy access: Survey evidence from India on state intervention and public opinion
M Aklin, P Bayer, SP Harish, J Urpelainen
Energy Research & Social Science 10, 250-258, 2015
The global spread of environmental ministries: Domestic–international interactions
M Aklin, J Urpelainen
International Studies Quarterly 58 (4), 764-780, 2014
Who blames corruption for the poor enforcement of environmental laws? Survey evidence from Brazil
M Aklin, P Bayer, SP Harish, J Urpelainen
Environmental Economics and Policy Studies 16 (3), 241-262, 2014
Social acceptance of new energy technology in developing countries: A framing experiment in rural India
M Aklin, CY Cheng, J Urpelainen
Energy Policy 113, 466-477, 2018
The European Union emissions trading system reduced CO2 emissions despite low prices
P Bayer, M Aklin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (16), 8804-8812, 2020
The side effects of central bank independence
M Aklin, A Kern
American Journal of Political Science, 2020
Quantifying slum electrification in India and explaining local variation
M Aklin, P Bayer, SP Harish, J Urpelainen
Energy 80, 203-212, 2015
Economics of household technology adoption in developing countries: Evidence from solar technology adoption in rural India
M Aklin, P Bayer, SP Harish, J Urpelainen
Energy Economics 72, 35-46, 2018
Prisoners of the wrong dilemma: why distributive conflict, not collective action, characterizes the politics of climate change
M Aklin, M Mildenberger
Global Environmental Politics 20 (4), 4-27, 2020
Escaping the energy poverty trap: when and how governments power the lives of the poor
M Aklin, P Bayer, SP Harish, J Urpelainen
MIT Press, 2018
A global analysis of progress in household electrification
M Aklin, SP Harish, J Urpelainen
Energy Policy 122, 421-428, 2018
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