Now showing items 1-4 of 4

    • Dirty little secrets : inferring fossil-fuel subsidies from patterns in emission intensities 

      Stefanski, Radoslaw (University of St Andrews, 2017-03-06) - Working or discussion paper
      I develop a unique database of international fossil-fuel subsidies by examining country specific patterns in carbon emission-to-GDP ratios, known as emission-intensities. For most - but not all - countries, intensities ...
    • Inequalities in LPG and electricity consumption in India : The role of caste, tribe, and religion 

      Saxena, Vibhor; Bhattacharya, PC (2018-02) - Journal article
      This paper examines the role of caste, tribe, and religion in determining energy inequality in India. We provide evidence by using the National Sample Survey Organisation data from the 68th round (2011–12) of 87,753 ...
    • On the persistence of output fluctuations in high technology sectors 

      Lasselle, Laurence; Aloi, Marta; McMillan, David G. (School of Economics and Finance, University of St Andrews, 2000) - Working or discussion paper
      Fatás (2000) argues that in a cross-section analysis of countries there exists a positive correlation between long-term growth rates and the persistence of output fluctuations. The current paper extends this line of ...
    • Spatial takeoff in the first industrial revolution 

      Trew, Alex William (University of St Andrews, 2014-01) - Working or discussion paper
      Using the framework of Desmet and Rossi-Hansberg (forthcoming), we present a model of spatial takeoff that is calibrated using spatially-disaggregated occupational data for England in c.1710. The model predicts changes in ...