Environnement & Énergie
Le secteur Environnement & Énergie de J-PAL mesure les effets concrets de politiques relatives à l’énergie et à l’environnement, et touchant plus particulièrement l’accès à l’énergie, la réduction de la pollution ainsi que l’atténuation et l’adaptation au changement climatique.
Why is environmental quality so poor in developing countries despite its high health and economic costs? J-PAL affiliates Michael Greenstone and Kelsey Jack propose four explanations and lay out a...
Catherine Wolfram is the Cora Jane Flood Professor of Business Administration at the Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley.
Over the past century, rural electrification has served as a key benchmark for economic development and social progress. Researchers conducted a randomized evaluation to measure the impact of...
Testing the Effectiveness of Payments for Ecosystem Services to Enhance Conservation in Productive Landscapes in Uganda
Can conditional payments incentivize landowners to protect their private forest land in Western Uganda?
Environmental authorities in the Indian state of Gujarat reform their auditing system after collaborating with J-PAL affiliates on a large-scale study that showed more accurate audit reports and...
Changing the market for environmental audits to incentivize accurate reporting in Gujarat, India made auditors more likely to report the truth about industrial plants’ pollution levels. In response,...
In Odisha, India improved cooking stoves did not reduce smoke exposure, improve health, or reduce fuel usage of recipients because they were not used regularly and recipients did not invest to...