Matthew A. Cole mostly deals with International economics, Kuznets curve, Pollutant, Pollution haven hypothesis and Natural resource economics. His International economics study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Comparative advantage. His study of Pollutant brings together topics like Air pollutants, Environmental economics, Estimation, Economic growth and Per capita.
His Pollution haven hypothesis research is under the purview of Foreign direct investment. Matthew A. Cole combines subjects such as Local government, Industrial pollution and China with his study of Foreign direct investment. His research in Natural resource economics intersects with topics in Productivity, Urbanization and Human capital.
His primary areas of study are Natural resource economics, International economics, Foreign direct investment, Developing country and International trade. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Productivity, Industrial pollution and Human capital. The study incorporates disciplines such as Pollution haven hypothesis, Liberalization and Corporate governance in addition to International economics.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Pollution haven hypothesis, Local government is strongly linked to Panel data. His study in Foreign direct investment is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Total factor productivity, Industrial organization, China and Corruption. His International trade research focuses on Production and how it connects with Outsourcing.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Endogeneity, Natural disaster, Industrial organization, Environmental health and Air pollution exposure. His Endogeneity study spans across into fields like Electricity and Sub saharan. Natural disaster combines with fields such as Disaster planning, Government, Finance, Post disaster and Economic growth in his work.
His Industrial organization research integrates issues from Manufacturing and Power. Environmental health overlaps with fields such as Air quality index, Positive relationship, Ceteris paribus and Detailed data in his research. His Production research incorporates themes from Natural resource economics and Outsourcing.
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The environmental Kuznets curve: an empirical analysis
M.A. Cole;A.J. Rayner;J.M. Bates.
Environment and Development Economics (1997)
Trade, the pollution haven hypothesis and the environmental Kuznets curve: examining the linkages
Matthew A Cole.
Ecological Economics (2004)
Determining the trade–environment composition effect: the role of capital, labor and environmental regulations
Matthew A. Cole;Robert J.R. Elliott.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (2003)
Examining the impact of demographic factors on air pollution
Matthew Cole;Eric Neumayer.
Population and Environment (2004)
FDI and the Capital Intensity of “Dirty” Sectors: A Missing Piece of the Pollution Haven Puzzle
Matthew A. Cole;Robert J. R. Elliott.
Review of Development Economics (2005)
Endogenous Pollution Havens: Does FDI Influence Environmental Regulations?*
Matthew A. Cole;Robert J. R. Elliott;Per G. Fredriksson.
The Scandinavian Journal of Economics (2006)
Examining the Impact of Demographic Factors on Air Pollution
Eric Neumayer;Matthew A. Cole.
Social Science Research Network (2004)
Industrial characteristics, environmental regulations and air pollution: an analysis of the UK manufacturing sector
Matthew A. Cole;Robert J.R. Elliott;Kenichi Shimamoto.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (2005)
Corruption, income and the environment: An empirical analysis
Matthew A. Cole.
Ecological Economics (2007)
Development, trade, and the environment: how robust is the Environmental Kuznets Curve?
Matthew A. Cole.
Environment and Development Economics (2003)
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