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Environment and Energy Research

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Overview

The research program on environment and energy addresses how economically efficient and environmentally sustainable use of energy, natural resources, and the services of the natural environment are key contributors to economic growth and poverty reduction. It covers four broad areas: (1) environment and natural resources, (2) energy, (3) climate change, (4) urban and regional development. More »

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Working Papers

Economic Structural Change as an Option for Mitigating the Impacts of Climate Change
Alexander Golub and Michael Toman
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 7637, April 2016


When Measure Matters: Coresidency, Truncation Bias, and Intergenerational Mobility in Developing Countries
M. Shahe Emran, William Greene, and Forhad Shilpi<br> World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 7608, March 2016


Mangroves as Protection from Storm Surges in a Changing Climate
Brian Blankespoor, Susmita Dasgupta, and Glenn-Marie Langebr> World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 7596, March 2016


Assessment of Net Mitigation in the Context of International Greenhouse Gas Emissions Control Mechanisms
Jon Strand
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 7594, March 2016


Impact of Climate Change and Aquatic Salinization on Fish Habitats and Poor Communities in Southwest Coastal Bangladesh and Bangladesh Sundarbans
Susmita Dasgupta, Mainul Huq, Md. Golam Mustafa, Md. Istiak Sobhan, and David Wheeler
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 7593, March 2016


Do Land Market Restrictions Hinder Structural Change in a Rural Economy? Evidence from Sri Lanka
M. Shahe Emran and Forhad Shilpi
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 7525, December 2015


Land Market Restrictions, Women's Labor Force Participation, and Wages in a Rural Economy
M. Shahe Emran and Forhad Shilpi
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 7524, December 2015


Urbanization and Property Rights
Yongyang Cai, Harris Selod, and Jevgenijs Steinbuks
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 7486, November 2015


Modeling the Marginal Value of Rainforest Losses: A Dynamic Value Function Approach
Jon Strand
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 7445, October 2015



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