B.A. Hamilton College
G.C. London School of Economics
Ph.D. Economics, University of Chicago
Areas of Expertise
Urbanization, pollution caused by economic growth, energy demand, social networks, air pollution, regulation, climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Professor Kahn’s research focuses on measuring how environmental quality is affected by economic growth. Recently, he is conducting more research on the broad issue of climate change mitigation. A second general area of research focuses on measuring household demand for environmental quality.
The Private and Social Consequences of Purchasing an Electric Vehicle and Solar Panels: Evidence from California
Published Work | 2017 | Research in Economics