Linda T. Bui
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Environmental regulation and productivity: evidence from oil refineries
E Berman, LTM Bui
Review of economics and statistics 83 (3), 498-510, 2001
Environmental regulation and labor demand: Evidence from the south coast air basin
E Berman, LTM Bui
Journal of Public Economics 79 (2), 265-295, 2001
Information, marketing, and pricing in the US antiulcer drug market
ER Berndt, L Bui, DR Reiley, GL Urban
The American economic review 85 (2), 100-105, 1995
Regulation and capitalization of environmental amenities: evidence from the toxic release inventory in Massachusetts
LTM Bui, CJ Mayer
Review of Economics and statistics 85 (3), 693-708, 2003
The roles of marketing, product quality, and price competition in the growth and composition of the US antiulcer drug industry
ER Berndt, LT Bui, DH Lucking-Reiley, GL Urban
The economics of new goods, 277-328, 1996
Toxic exposure in America: Estimating fetal and infant health outcomes from 14 years of TRI reporting
N Agarwal, C Banternghansa, LTM Bui
Journal of health economics 29 (4), 557-574, 2010
The impact of voluntary programs on polluting behavior: Evidence from pollution prevention programs and toxic releases
LTM Bui, S Kapon
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 64 (1), 31-44, 2012
Public disclosure of private information as a tool for regulating environmental emissions: firm-level responses by petroleum refineries to the Toxics Release Inventory
Bureau of the Census, 2005
Gains from trade and strategic interaction: equilibrium acid rain abatement in the eastern United States and Canada
American Economic Review, 984-1001, 1998
Early childhood lead exposure and the persistence of educational consequences into adolescence
R Shadbegian, D Guignet, H Klemick, L Bui
Environmental research 178, 108643, 2019
Urban (1997),“The Roles of Marketing, Product Quality, and Price Competition in the Growth and Composition of the US Antiulcer Drug Industry,”
ER Berndt, LT Bui, DH Lucking-Reiley, L Glen
The Economics of New Goods, 277-328, 0
Public disclosure of private information as a tool for regulating emissions: Firm-level responses by petroleum refineries to the toxics release inventory
L Bui
Working Paper 05-13. Washington, DC: US Census Bureau, 2005
Does short-term, airborne lead exposure during pregnancy affect birth outcomes? Quasi-experimental evidence from NASCAR’s deleading policy
LTM Bui, R Shadbegian, A Marquez, H Klemick, D Guignet
Environment international 166, 107354, 2022
When and how to use economy-wide models for environmental policy analysis
JC Carbone, LTM Bui, D Fullerton, S Paltsev, I Sue Wing
Annual review of resource economics 14, 447-465, 2022
Toxic exposure in America: estimating fetal and infant health outcomes
N Agarwal, C Banternghansa, L Bui
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2009
Clearing the air: The impact of air quality regulations on jobs
E Berman
Economic Policy Institute, 1997
The practice of econometrics: a computer handbook using Shazam
KJ White, LTM Bui
Addison-Wesley, 1991
M. and CJ Mayer (1997),“Public Disclosure of Private Information as a Means of Regulation: Evidence from the Toxic Release Inventory in Massachusetts”
LT Bui
Mimeo, 0
Cardiovascular mortality and leaded aviation fuel: evidence from piston-engine air traffic in North Carolina
H Klemick, D Guignet, LT Bui, R Shadbegian, C Milani
International journal of environmental research and public health 19 (10), 5941, 2022
A multi-stakeholder approach to carbon pricing in Canada
T Lin, L Bui
Journal of Science Policy & Governance 14 (1), 2019
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