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Predicting Adaptation to Climate Change using Regional Heterogeneity in Mortality Effects of Temperature

Hi! I am glad to have gotten an invitation from John to guest-blog here. I am an Associate Professor of economics at the Andrew Young School at Georgia State University. My research on environmental economics is in solar geoengineering, health effects of air pollution and climate change, behavioral economics, and...
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