Publications

2003
Dale W. Jorgenson and Mun S. Ho. 10/2003. Air pollution in China: Sector Allocation of Emissions and Health Damage. China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development. Report
Mun S. Ho and Dale W. Jorgenson. 10/2003. Market policies to control air pollution in China. China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development. Report
Dale W. Jorgenson, Mun S. Ho, and Kevin J. Stiroh. 2003. “Lessons from the U.S. Growth Resurgence.” Journal of Policy Modeling, 25, 5, Pp. 453-470.
2002
Dale W. Jorgenson, Mun S. Ho, and Kevin J. Stiroh. 8/2002. “Projecting Productivity Growth: Lessons from the U.S. Growth Resurgence.” Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Economic Review, 87, 3. Publisher's Version
2001
Mun S. Ho and Dale W. Jorgenson. 9/2001. “Productivity Growth in China, 1981-95”. Paper
Mun S. Ho and Richard Barnett. 5/2001. “Inflation, Growth and Parallel Offshore Accounts”.
2000
Dale W. Jorgenson, Richard J. Goettle, Peter J. Wilcoxen, and Mun S. Ho. 9/2000. The role of substitution in understanding the costs of climate change policy. Pew Center on Global Climate Change. Report
Wulong Gu and Mun S. Ho. 5/2000. “A Comparison of Industrial Productivity Growth in Canada and the U.S.” American Economic Review.
Richard F. Garbaccio, Mun S. Ho, and Dale W. Jorgenson. 3/2000. “The Health Benefits of Controlling Carbon Emissions in China.” Proceedings of Workshop on Assessing the Ancillary Benefits and Costs of Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Strategies. Washington DC. Paper
Dale W. Jorgenson and Mun S. Ho. 2000. “Educational Policies to Stimulate Growth.” In Using Dynamic General Equilibrium Models for Policy Analysis by Harrison, Jensen, Pedersen, and Rutherford (eds.). North Holland Publishing Co. Book
1999
Richard F. Garbaccio, Mun S. Ho, and Dale W. Jorgenson. 10/1999. “Controlling Carbon Emissions in China.” Environment and Development Economics, 4, Pp. 493-518.
Richard F. Garbaccio, Mun S. Ho, and Dale W. Jorgenson. 7/1999. “Why has the energy output ratio fallen in China?” Energy Journal, 20, 3, Pp. 63-91.
Richard Barnett and Mun S. Ho. 5/1999. “Inflation, Black Market Exchange Rates, and Economic Growth”. Paper
Mun S. Ho and Saqib Jafarey. 1999. “Credit Market Imperfections and Human Capital Accumulation”.

University of Essex Discussion Paper

Dale W. Jorgenson and Mun S. Ho. 1999. “The Quality of the U.S. Workforce 1948-95”.
1998
Mun S. Ho. 12/1998. “Environmental Regulation and U.S. Trade.” In Growth (vol. 2) by Dale W. Jorgenson. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Book
Mun S. Ho. 12/1998. “Stabilization of Carbon Emissions and International Competitiveness of U.S. Industries.” In Growth (vol. 2) by Dale W. Jorgenson. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Book
Mun S. Ho. 4/1998. Modeling Trade Policies and U.S. Growth: Some methodological issues.. The Economic Implications of Liberalizing APEC Tariff and Nontariff Barriers to Trade, USITC Publication 3101 Session 10, April 4/1998.
Mun S. Ho and Kevin J. Stiroh. 1/1998. “Revenue, Progressivity and the Flat Tax.” Contemporary Economic Policy, 16, 1, Pp. 85-97. Publisher's Version
Mun S. Ho and Dwight Perkins. 1998. “China's Economic Growth and Carbon Emissions.” In Energizing China by McElroy, Nielsen, and Lydon (eds.). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Book

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