Political Consequences of Economic Interdependence

Politics of Energy and the Environment

Pollution Lowers Support for China’s Regime: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Beijing

The Journal of Politics, Vol. 80, no. 1, January 2018, 327-331
Meir Alkon and Erik H. Wang
Publisher's Version | Pre-print

Trust in Government and Subsidy Reform: Evidence from a Survey of Indian Farmers

Studies in Comparative and International Development, Vol. 53, no. 4, December 2018, 449-476
Meir Alkon and Johannes Urpelainen
Publisher's Version | Pre-print
Media: Initiative for Sustainable Energy Policy | ThePrint | The Energy Collective

Water-Security Implications of Coal-Fired Power Plants Financed Through China’s Belt and Road Initiative

Energy Policy, Vol. 132, September 2019, 1101-1109
Meir Alkon, Xiaogang He, Aubrey R. Paris, Wenying Liao, Thomas Hodson, Niko Wanders, Yaoping Wang
Publisher's Version | Pre-print

Household Energy Access and Expenditure in Developing Countries: Evidence from India, 1987-2010

Energy for Sustainable Development Vol. 35, December 2016, 25-34
Meir Alkon, S.P. Harish, and Johannes Urpelainen
Publisher's Version | Pre-print
Media: The Energy Collective

Authoritarian Environmental Governance Cycles: Centralization-Decentralization Dynamics in China's Power Sector

Under Review
Meir Alkon and Audrye Wong
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Economic Interdependence, Political Risks, and the Limits to Liberalization

Book project

Do Special Economic Zones Induce Developmental Spillovers? Evidence from India's States

World Development, Vol. 107, July 2018, 396-409
Meir Alkon
Publisher's Version | Pre-print

FDI, Poverty, and the Politics of Potable Water Access

Economics and Politics, Vol. 30, no. 3, November 2018, 366-393
Nita Rudra, Meir Alkon, and Siddarth Joshi
Publisher's Version | Ungated

When Does Inequality Lead to Political Demands? How Attribution Matters

Under Review
Meir Alkon
PDF

Local Sociotropism: How Community Variation in Trade Exposure Affects Voter Demands

Working Paper
Meir Alkon

Global Markets, Domestic Reforms: The Political Economy of China’s Overseas Energy Investments

Working Paper
Meir Alkon