Trevor Houser, Robert Kopp, Solomon Hsiang, Kate Larsen, Michael Delgado, Amir Jina, Michael Mastrandrea, Shashank Mohan, Robert Muir-Wood, DJ Rasmussen, James Rising, and Paul Wilson | August 2015 Combining the latest climate models, state-of-the-art econometric research on human responses to climate, and cutting-edge private-sector risk-assessment tools, an RHG-led team crafts a game-changing profile of the economic risks of climate change in the United States.
by Trevor Houser and Shashank Mohan | January 8, 2014 A new book by Trevor Houser and Shashank Mohan analyzes the economic implications of the unconventional oil and gas boom in the US.
Daniel H. Rosen and Zhi Wang | January 2011 Daniel Rosen and Zhi Wang's definitive study on China-Taiwan economic liberalization comes on the even of the third round of talks between the two countries on an Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement.
by Jacob Funk Kirkegaard | November 2009 It is generally accepted that Social Security must be reformed, but there is little agreement on how exactly this should be done. US Pension Reform: Lessons from Other Countries looks at the social pension reforms of twelve countries, assesses the current US Social Security program, and evaluates how these twelve models inform opportunities for adaptation of the current system.
by Trevor Houser | May 2008 Trevor Houser co-authors this analysis of the options for addressing international competitiveness issues in US climate policy design.
by Jacob Funk Kirkegaard | December 2007 Jacob Kirkegaard explores the increasingly dysfunctional state of present US high-skilled immigration laws and recommends a coherent set of immediate reforms, which should aim to facilitate continuously high and increasingly economically necessary levels of high-skilled immigration to the United States.
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