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Urban Spatial Structure and Economic Growth in US Metropolitan Areas
This paper presents an empirical study of the links between metropolitan spatial structure and economic growth. Consistent with an urban evolution hypothesis, the growth effects of employment… Expand
The Economic Impacts of the September 11 Terrorist Attacks: A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis
This paper develops a bottom-up approach that focuses on behavioral responses in estimating the total economic impacts of the September 11, 2001, World Trade Center (WTC) attacks. The estimation… Expand
Effects on the U.S. of an H1N1 Epidemic: Analysis with a Quarterly CGE Model
- P. Dixon, Bumsoo Lee, Todd Muehlenbeck, Maureen T. Rimmer, A. Rose, George Verikios
- 26 December 2010
We simulate the effects of a hypothetical H1N1 epidemic in the U.S. using a quarterly CGE model. Quarterly periodicity allows us to capture the short-run nature of an epidemic. We find potentially… Expand
Emission Projections for Long-Haul Freight Trucks and Rail in the United States through 2050.
- Liang Liu, Taesung Hwang, +6 authors T. Bond
- Engineering, Medicine
- Environmental science & technology
- 25 September 2015
This work develops an integrated model approach for estimating emissions from long-haul freight truck and rail transport in the United States between 2010 and 2050. We connect models of macroeconomic… Expand
How Does Light Rail Transit (LRT) Impact Gentrification? Evidence from Fourteen US Urbanized Areas
This study examines the relationship between light rail transit (LRT) stations and changes in neighborhood characteristics associated with gentrification using spatial regression analyses with… Expand
Simulating the Economic Impacts of a Hypothetical Bio-Terrorist Attack: A Sports Stadium Case
The purpose of this paper is two-fold. First, we suggest an analytical framework to study the full economic impacts of hypothetical bio-terrorist attacks on various targets. We particularly emphasize… Expand
Travel Trends in U.S. Cities: Explaining the 2000 Census Commuting Results
As cities grow, what happens to urban form and how does that changetraffic conditions? How does growing traffic affect urban structure? Thesequestions have received considerable theoretical and… Expand
Complementary Pricing and Land Use Policies: Does It Lead to Higher Transit Use?
Problem, research strategy, and findings: A shift toward more sustainable transportation requires both adequate pricing of externalities from driving and supportive land use policies. However,… Expand