Current Research

In April 2014, the city of Flint, Michigan switched its drinking water supply from the Detroit water system to the Flint River as a temporary means to ease the city's financial troubles. This change in water supply unknowingly caused a major health crisis in the city. 

Economic Effects of Environmental Crises: Evidence from Flint, Michigan

Peter Christensen
David Keiser
Gabriel Lade

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Evaluating the impact of a speed limit change in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Renato Vieira
Elena Lee
Abhisek Banerjee
Surya Tadigadapa
Amanda Ang

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Unlocking Amenities: Complementarities in Public Goods Consumption

Peter Christensen
David Albouy

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The Price of Powder: Estimating the demand for snow in the Airbnb market

Peter Christensen
Bryan Parthum

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Can machine learning reduce the gap between projected and realized returns in energy efficiency programs?

Peter Christensen
Erica Myers

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Machine learning and policy counterfactuals in housing market hedonics

Peter Christensen
Alex Stevens