Mehdi Benatiya Andaloussi
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Research

I am an energy and environmental economist, with interests in urban economics and economic geography. I study the economic implications of environmental hazards and evaluate the consequences of environmental policies. To do so, I apply econometrics and data science techniques on large datasets from cutting-edge research in environmental science and engineering that I match with microeconomics data.


Working Papers

The Environmental and Distributional Consequences of Emissions Markets: Evidence from the Clean Air Interstate Rule(with Elisabeth Isaksen)

“The Geography of Extreme Heat in the USA: Evaluation of the CMIP5 Model Ensemble” (with Wolfram Schlenker) - available upon request