John Feddersen
John Feddersen
Department of Economics, University of Oxford
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Subjective wellbeing: why weather matters
J Feddersen, R Metcalfe, M Wooden
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2016
482016
Subjective well-being: Weather matters; climate doesn't
J Feddersen, R Metcalfe, M Wooden
Melbourne Institute Working Paper, 2012
242012
Why we can't confirm the pollution haven hypothesis: A model of carbon leakage with agglomeration
J Feddersen
University of Oxford Department of Economics Discussion Paper 613, 2012
52012
Pollution Havens: Does Third Country Environmental Policy Matter
J Feddersen
Acessado em 30 (04), 2014, 2013
32013
The differential impacts of weather and climatic change on subjective wellbeing: Evidence from a large nationally representative panel dataset
J Feddersen, R Metcalfe, M Wooden
Melbourne Institute Melbourne, 2012
32012
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY, AGGLOMERATION AND FIRM LOCATION
J Feddersen
UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD, 2010
22010
Subjective Well-Being: Weather Matters; Climate Doesn't
R Metcalfe, J Feddersen, M Wooden
University of Oxford, Department of Economics Economics Series Working Papers, 2012
12012
The costs of Hurricane Sandy: Life satisfaction as an alternative to GDP
J Feddersen, R Metcalfe, M Wooden
VoxEU. org 2, 2012
12012
Pollution Havens: Do Third Country Environmental Policies Matter?
J Feddersen
2012
NEIGHBORHOOD EFFECTS IN ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY INDUCED DELOCATION
J Feddersen
2012
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