Published and Forthcoming

Shen, S. V. (online, 2021). Deregulation, Supported by New Regulations, Can Be Good for the Environment. Breakthrough Journal (commissioned by the Breakthrough Institute).

Shen, S. V. (2021). Integrating Political Science into Climate Modeling: An Example of Internalizing the Costs of Climate-Induced Violence in the Optimal Management of the Climate. Sustainability, 13, 10587.

An early version of the above paper appeared as: Shen, S. V. (2019). Pricing Carbon to Contain Violence. In The First International Research Conference on Carbon Pricing (pp. 331–348). Washington, D.C.: World Bank.

Kopas, J., York, E., Jin, X., Harish, S. P., Kennedy, R., Shen, S. V., & Urpelainen, J. (2020). Environmental Justice in India: Incidence of Air Pollution from Coal-Fired Power Plants. Ecological Economics, 176, 106711.

Liao, X., Shen, S. V., & Shi, X. (2020). The effects of behavioral intention on the choice to purchase energy-saving appliances in China: the role of environmental attitude, concern, and perceived psychological benefits in shaping intention. Energy Efficiency, 13 (1), 33 – 49. [PDF]

Shen, S. V., Cain, B. E., & Hui, I. (2019). Public Receptivity in China towards Wind Energy Generators: A Survey Experimental ApproachEnergy Policy, 129, 619 – 627. [PDF]

Shao, Q., & Shen, S. V. (2017). When Reduced Working Time Harms the Environment: A Panel Threshold Analysis for EU-15, 1970-2010Journal of Cleaner Production, 147, 319 – 329. [PDF]

Unpublished Available Online

Shen, S. V., Martinez, C., & Franco, E. When Electoral Responsiveness Hurts Voters: Evidence from Electoral Pollution Cycles in Mexico’s Municipalities [PDF].

Shen, S. V. The Political Pollution Cycle. [PDF] [July 2015 submission]

Shen, S. V. Using Machine Learning to Find Environmentally At-Risk Communities. [PDF]