Pei Huang joined ZEW’s Research Department “Environmental and Resource Economics, Environmental Management” in December 2020. In his research, he combines empirical econometric and modelling approaches in order to examine emerging topics in energy transitions, environmental and energy economics, environmental justice, and climate policy. He is particularly interested in the distributional effects of environmental quality and policy. Before joining ZEW, he was a postdoctoral associate at Yale School of the Environment in the United States, prior to which he earned a PhD from Texas A&M University.
Articles in Refereed Journals
Gillingham, Kenneth, Pei Huang, Colby Buehler, Jordan Peccia and Drew Gentner (2021), The climate and health benefits from intensive building energy efficiency improvements, Science Advances 7, 34. Download
Discussion and Working Papers
Gillingham, Kenneth and Pei Huang (2021), Racial Disparities in the Health Effects From Air Pollution: Evidence From Ports, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 21-058, Mannheim. Download
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