Mun Sing HO
China Project, Harvard SEAS
Pierce Hall G2B, 29 Oxford St., Cambridge
The Impact of Information Technology on Post-War U.S. Growth, Telecommunications Policy (2016).
Household energy demand in urban China: Accounting for regional prices and rapid income change, Energy Journal (2016). Draft
Green Growth (for China): A Literature Review,” RFF Discussion Paper 14-22 (2014)
What will revive U.S. Economic Growth? Journal of Policy Modeling (2014)
I am an economist at the Harvard China Project and IQSS working on productivity measurement and environmental policy analysis.
Papers on measuring and projecting US productivity growth with Dale Jorgenson, Kevin Stiroh (NY Fed) and Jon Samuels (BEA) are listed here.
At the China Project in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences we constructed a multi-sector model of the Chinese economy to analyze energy and environmental policies.
Our numerical model of the US economy (Peter Wilcoxen, Richard Goettle, Dan Slesnick and Jorgenson) -- IGEM, Intertermporal General Equilibrium Model, has been used to analyze environmental, trade and tax policies. List of papers. Click here for our contributions to the analyses at the EPA Climate Change Division.
For another listing of papers by this group please go to Dale Jorgenson's webpage and click on "Recent Papers". Some data for our productivity studies may be found on the Harvard Dataverse. Our contribution of U.S. productivity data to the European Union Productivity Project may be found on their webpage, EUKLEMS. Recent updates are at the World KLEMS webpage. Work on productivity comparisons with Canada may be found at the Industry Canada website.
My work at Resources for the Future includes analysis of carbon mitigation policies.
Double Dividend: Environmental
Clearer Skies Over China:
See China Project for research summary.
Information Technology and the
Clearing the Air: The Health and Economic
Damages of Air Pollution in China (2007)
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