Regional Analysis

Projecting sub-national, national and multi-national environmental and economic change under different policy scenarios

Understanding local energy, economic, political and geographic conditions is crucial for any realistic analysis of viable policy options that relate to global change. However, local development plans are often affected by the performance of global markets. Our analytic tools allow us to produce regional analyses while ensuring that impacts from global markets and local development in other regions are adequately represented. We conduct a wide range of high-resolution regional studies at subnational, national, and multinational levels.

Africa • Asia & Australasia • Europe • North America • South & Central America

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Publications

Journal Article
Andersson, A., E.N. Kirillova, S. Decesari, L. DeWitt, J. Gasore, K.E. Potter, R.G. Prinn, M. Rupakheti, J.D. Ndikubwimana, J. Nkusi and B. Safari (2020). Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 20, 4561–4573
Journal Article
Sorman, A.H., X. Garcia-Muros, C. Pizarro-Irizar and M. Gonzalez-Eguino (2020). Energy Research & Social Science, 64 (101414) (doi: 10.1016/j.erss.2019.101414)
Journal Article
Stanley, K., D. Say, J. Mühle, C. Harth, P. Krummel, D. Young, S. O’Doherty, P. Salameh, P. Simmonds, R. Weiss, R. Prinn, P.  Fraser and M. Rigby (2020). Nature Communications, 11 (397) (doi: 10.1038/s41467-019-13899-4)

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People

Administration, Faculty
MIT Energy Initiative; Joint Program
Administration, Faculty
Sloan; Joint Program
Administration, Faculty
CGCS; Joint Program
Research staff
Joint Program
Faculty
Economics; CEEPR
Research staff
Joint Program
Faculty, Alumni
Sloan; Joint Program
Research staff
CGCS; Joint Program
Collaborators, Alumni
CGCS; Joint Program
Research staff, Alumni
Joint Program
Research staff
Joint Program; CGCS
Collaborators
Joint Program
Research staff
Joint Program
Research staff
Joint Program; MITEI