Air Pollution

Air pollution: The invisible effects on productivity, health and economic output

Air pollution may have significant effects on individual well-being. Image: Unsplash/engin akyurt

Sandra Aguilar-Gomez

Assistant Professor of Economics; Visiting Scholar, Universidad de Los Andes; University of California, San Diego

Holt Dwyer

Graduate student, University of California, San Diego

Joshua Graff Zivin

Professor of Economics, UC San Diego

Matthew Neidell

Economics Professor, Department of Health Policy and Management, Columbia University

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