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Discipline name H-index Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Economics and Finance D-index 66 Citations 19,263 193 World Ranking 274 National Ranking 196

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • Microeconomics
  • Finance
  • Sustainability

His primary areas of investigation include Development economics, Public transport, Economic growth, Pollution and Urbanization. His Development economics research integrates issues from Per capita income, Poverty and Urban planning, Urban sprawl. His Public transport study combines topics in areas such as Panel data, Operations management, Advertising, Marketing and Public good.

Within one scientific family, Matthew E. Kahn focuses on topics pertaining to Social capital under Economic growth, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Economic inequality, Group membership, Individual capital and Social mobility. His Pollution research includes elements of Water quality, Natural resource economics, Downstream and Upstream. His work carried out in the field of Urbanization brings together such families of science as Urban poverty, Income elasticity of demand and Human capital.

His most cited work include:

  • The Death Toll from Natural Disasters: The Role of Income, Geography, and Institutions (803 citations)
  • The Greenness of Cities: Carbon Dioxide Emissions and Urban Development (542 citations)
  • Why do the poor live in cities? The role of public transportation ✩ (495 citations)

What are the main themes of his work throughout his whole career to date?

His primary areas of study are Natural resource economics, Economic growth, Pollution, Real estate and Public transport. His work investigates the relationship between Natural resource economics and topics such as Greenhouse gas that intersect with problems in Urban planning. His study on Economic growth is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Development economics.

Many of his studies on Development economics involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Panel data. His studies in Pollution integrate themes in fields like Air pollution, Clean Air Act and Air quality index. In Real estate, Matthew E. Kahn works on issues like Investment, which are connected to Human capital.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Natural resource economics (21.73%)
  • Economic growth (17.71%)
  • Pollution (17.10%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 2015-2021)?

  • Natural resource economics (21.73%)
  • Climate change (10.87%)
  • Productivity (8.85%)

In recent papers he was focusing on the following fields of study:

His scientific interests lie mostly in Natural resource economics, Climate change, Productivity, Real estate and Incentive. His Natural resource economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Discount points, Urbanization, Pollution, Coal and Developing country. He interconnects Air pollution, Urban china, Environmental protection and Environmental planning in the investigation of issues within Pollution.

The Climate change study combines topics in areas such as Finance and Demographic economics. His study on Real estate also encompasses disciplines like

  • Efficient energy use which intersects with area such as Deindustrialization and Sustainability,
  • Investment which intersects with area such as Apartment, Artificial intelligence and Value,
  • Price premium that intertwine with fields like Valuation, Business cycle and Bust. His Public sector research incorporates elements of Operating cost, Service, Labour economics and Public transport.

Between 2015 and 2021, his most popular works were:

  • The consequences of spatially differentiated water pollution regulation in China (85 citations)
  • The consequences of spatially differentiated water pollution regulation in China (85 citations)
  • Air pollution lowers Chinese urbanites’ expressed happiness on social media (83 citations)

In his most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Finance
  • Social science
  • Microeconomics

His main research concerns Productivity, Panel data, Climate change, Pollution and Natural resource economics. In his research on the topic of Panel data, Agricultural economics and Environmental design is strongly related with Consumption. His work in Climate change addresses subjects such as Per capita, which are connected to disciplines such as Economic indicator.

His study in Pollution is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Downstream, Environmental protection, Urban china, Developing country and Air pollution. Matthew E. Kahn has researched Natural resource economics in several fields, including Green vehicle, Purchasing, Operations management, Durable good and Greenhouse gas. His Natural resource research incorporates themes from Economic growth, Poverty and Development economics.

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Best Publications

The Death Toll from Natural Disasters: The Role of Income, Geography, and Institutions

Matthew E. Kahn.
The Review of Economics and Statistics (2005)

1369 Citations

Sprawl and Urban Growth

Edward L. Glaeser;Matthew E. Kahn.
Research Papers in Economics (2003)

1205 Citations

Why do the poor live in cities? The role of public transportation ✩

Edward L. Glaeser;Matthew E. Kahn;Matthew E. Kahn;Jordan Rappaport.
Journal of Urban Economics (2008)

1023 Citations

The Greenness of Cities: Carbon Dioxide Emissions and Urban Development

Edward L. Glaeser;Matthew E. Kahn.
Journal of Urban Economics (2010)

994 Citations

Civic Engagement and Community Heterogeneity: An Economist's Perspective

Dora L. Costa;Matthew E. Kahn.
Perspectives on Politics (2003)

812 Citations

Energy Conservation "Nudges" and Environmentalist Ideology: Evidence from a Randomized Residential Electricity Field Experiment

Dora L. Costa;Matthew E. Kahn.
Journal of the European Economic Association (2013)

712 Citations

Power Couples: Changes in the Locational Choice of the College Educated, 1940–1990

Dora L. Costa;Matthew E. Kahn.
Quarterly Journal of Economics (2000)

698 Citations

Do greens drive Hummers or hybrids? Environmental ideology as a determinant of consumer choice

Matthew E. Kahn.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (2007)

558 Citations

Decentralized Employment and the Transformation of the American City

Edward L. Glaeser;Matthew E. Kahn.
National Bureau of Economic Research (2001)

470 Citations

Understanding the American Decline in Social Capital, 1952–1998

Dora L. Costa;Matthew E. Kahn.
Kyklos (2003)

428 Citations

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