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David Hemous
David Hemous
Associate Professor of Economics, University of Zürich
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The environment and directed technical change
D Acemoglu, P Aghion, L Bursztyn, D Hemous
American economic review 102 (1), 131-166, 2012
37042012
Carbon taxes, path dependency, and directed technical change: Evidence from the auto industry
P Aghion, A Dechezleprêtre, D Hemous, R Martin, J Van Reenen
Journal of Political Economy 124 (1), 1-51, 2016
13272016
Innovation and top income inequality
P Aghion, U Akcigit, A Bergeaud, R Blundell, D Hémous
The Review of Economic Studies 86 (1), 1-45, 2018
6852018
The rise of the machines: Automation, horizontal innovation, and income inequality
D Hémous, M Olsen
American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics 14 (1), 179-223, 2022
3302022
Cyclical fiscal policy, credit constraints, and industry growth
P Aghion, D Hemous, E Kharroubi
Journal of Monetary Economics 62, 41-58, 2014
274*2014
No green growth without innovation
P Aghion, D Hemous, R Veugelers
Bruegel Policy Brief-2009/07, 2009
2012009
The dynamic impact of unilateral environmental policies
D Hémous
Journal of International Economics 103, 80-95, 2016
133*2016
The environment and directed technical change in a North–South model
D Acemoglu, P Aghion, D Hémous
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 30 (3), 513-530, 2014
1292014
Climate change, directed innovation, and energy transition: The long-run consequences of the shale gas revolution
D Acemoglu, P Aghion, L Barrage, D Hémous
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2023
1192023
Induced Automation Innovation: Evidence from Firm-level Patent Data
A Dechezleprêtre, D Hémous, M Olsen, C Zanella
University of Zurich, Department of Economics, Working Paper, 2023
86*2023
COMMISSION ON GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
M Spence, D Leipziger, D Acemoglu, P Aghion, DE Bloom, CW Calomiris, ...
Group 2050, 304, 2010
36*2010
Directed technical change in labor and environmental economics
D Hémous, M Olsen
Annual Review of Economics 13, 571-597, 2021
262021
Combatting climate change: A CEPR collection
BW Di Mauro, A Oswald, N Stern
Centre for Economic Policy Research, 2021
252021
Adverse selection as a policy instrument: unraveling climate change
S Cicala, D Hémous, MG Olsen
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2022
212022
The spillover effects of top income inequality
JD Gottlieb, D Hémous, J Hicks, MG Olsen
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2023
17*2023
Trade dynamics with sector-specific human capital
A Guren, D Hémous, M Olsen
Journal of International Economics 97 (1), 126-147, 2015
172015
Quelles politiques pour encourager l’innovation verte?
P Aghion, D Hemous, R Veugelers
Regards croisés sur l’économie, 165-174, 2009
122009
Long-term relationships: Static gains and dynamic inefficiencies
D Hemous, M Olsen
Journal of the European Economic Association 16 (2), 383-435, 2017
92017
Directed Technical Change and Environmental Economics
A Dechezleprêtre, D Hémous
Working Paper, 2022
52022
Green innovation and the transition toward a clean economy
D Acemoglu, P Aghion, L Barrage, D Hémous
Peterson Institute for International Economics Working Paper, 2023
42023
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