Dabo Guan mostly deals with Consumption, Natural resource economics, Production, Input–output model and Environmental protection. His Consumption research includes themes of Economic growth, Goods and services, Agricultural economics and Air quality index. His work carried out in the field of Natural resource economics brings together such families of science as Urbanization, Accounting method and Sustainable consumption.
His Production research includes elements of Financial crisis and International economics. The Input–output model study combines topics in areas such as Virtual water and Water resources. His study in Environmental protection is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Climate change mitigation, Thermal power station, Per capita and Coal.
His main research concerns Natural resource economics, Consumption, Production, Input–output model and Environmental protection. He has included themes like Economic growth, Urbanization and Climate change mitigation in his Natural resource economics study. His Consumption study also includes
His Production study combines topics in areas such as Environmental engineering, International trade and International economics. In his study, Resilience is strongly linked to Flood myth, which falls under the umbrella field of Input–output model. His Environmental protection study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Air quality index.
Dabo Guan focuses on Natural resource economics, Consumption, Production, Pandemic and International economics. Dabo Guan interconnects Economic impact analysis, Driving factors, Scale, Input–output model and Per capita in the investigation of issues within Natural resource economics. In his research, Fossil fuel is intimately related to Coal, which falls under the overarching field of Driving factors.
Dabo Guan combines subjects such as Global environmental analysis and Upstream with his study of Input–output model. Consumption is closely attributed to Carbon footprint in his research. The concepts of his International economics study are interwoven with issues in Incentive, Carbon transfer, Developing country, Economic sector and Recession.
His primary scientific interests are in International economics, Pandemic, Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, 2019-20 coronavirus outbreak and Fossil fuel. His studies deal with areas such as Production and Carbon transfer as well as International economics. His study explores the link between Production and topics such as Baseline that cross with problems in Economic sector.
The various areas that Dabo Guan examines in his Fossil fuel study include Standard deviation, Global warming, Industrial production and Coal. As part of his studies on Industrial production, Dabo Guan frequently links adjacent subjects like Natural resource economics. His work often combines Natural resource economics and Food packaging studies.
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The contribution of Chinese exports to climate change
Christopher L. Weber;Glen P. Peters;Dabo Guan;Klaus Hubacek.
Energy Policy (2008)
Reduced carbon emission estimates from fossil fuel combustion and cement production in China
Z Liu;Dabo Guan;Wei Wei;Steven J Davis.
The drivers of Chinese CO2 emissions from 1980 to 2030
Dabo Guan;Klaus Hubacek;Christopher L. Weber;Glen P. Peters;Glen P. Peters.
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2008)
China's growing CO2 emissions--a race between increasing consumption and efficiency gains.
Glen P. Peters;Christopher L. Weber;Dabo Guan;Klaus Hubacek.
Environmental Science & Technology (2007)
INPUT–OUTPUT ANALYSIS AND CARBON FOOTPRINTING: AN OVERVIEW OF APPLICATIONS
J. C. Minx;T. Wiedmann;R. Wood;G. P. Peters.
Economic Systems Research (2009)
The gigatonne gap in China’s carbon dioxide inventories
Dabo Guan;Dabo Guan;Dabo Guan;Zhu Liu;Yong Geng;Soeren Lindner.
Nature Climate Change (2012)
Transboundary health impacts of transported global air pollution and international trade
Qiang Zhang;Xujia Jiang;Dan Tong;Steven J. Davis;Steven J. Davis.
Outsourcing CO2 within China
Kuishuang Feng;Steven J. Davis;Laixiang Sun;Laixiang Sun;Xin Li.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013)
Chinese CO 2 emission flows have reversed since the global financial crisis
Zhifu Mi;Zhifu Mi;Jing Meng;Dabo Guan;Yuli Shan.
Nature Communications (2017)
Assessment of regional trade and virtual water flows in China
Dabo Guan;Klaus Hubacek.
Ecological Economics (2007)
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