Research

For more than two decades Rhodium Group and its principals have produced pathbreaking public studies on critical economic and policy trends.

This work, provided below, serves as the foundation for Rhodium commercial research, data and analytic services to the corporate, financial, government, philanthropic, and non-profit sectors.

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Sep 17, 2020

The Undoing of US Climate Policy: The Emissions Impact of Trump-Era Rollbacks

President Trump has made dismantling environmental regulations a priority during his time in office. Rhodium Group has assessed the emissions implications for each of the major rollbacks.
Hannah Pitt, Kate Larsen, and Maggie Young
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Sep 17, 2020

Two Way Street - US-China Investment Trends - 1H 2020 Update

Fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic and rising political tensions between Washington and Beijing pushed two-way capital flows between the US and China to a 9-year low of $10.9 billion in the first half of 2020
Cassie Gao, Adam Lysenko, Mark Witzke, Thilo Hanemann, and Daniel H. Rosen
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Sep 2, 2020

It’s Not Easy Being Green: Stimulus Spending in the World’s Major Economies

Rhodium Group is tracking green stimulus spending across the world’s largest economies—the United States, the European Union, China, and India, which together make up two-thirds of global GDP and over 50% of global greenhouse gas emissions—and providing important context on the nature and scale of potential stimulus measures.
Kate Larsen, Pramit Pal Chaudhuri, Jacob Funk Kirkegaard, John Larsen, Logan Wright, Alfredo Rivera, and Hannah Pitt
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Aug 10, 2020

The Biden-Trump China Toughfest

As the US presidential election nears, profound foreign policy questions hang in the air. The debate for the cameras has been who is tougher on China. That is political theater, not the question that matters.
Daniel H. Rosen