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This prompt provides a step-by-step guide for PhD students in the field of public policy and economics to write an empirical research paper or thesis using causal inference methods. The guide covers key aspects of the research process, including identifying a research question, conducting a literature review, choosing an appropriate causal inference method, obtaining and processing data, analyzing data, evaluating results, interpreting findings, and writing the research paper.
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Chat - GPT-4 (gpt-4)
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[environmental economics]: labor economics, health economics, development economics, behavioral economics, urban and regional economics, education policy, social policy, and energy policy. ["How does water scarcity affect migration patterns and regional economic development?"]: How do different school funding models impact student outcomes, such as test scores, graduation rates, and college enrollment? ["water scarcity"]: school funding [Copy & paste your findings/results]: Copy and paste the results that you wrote.
Example output
Here are some research questions in the field of environmental economics: 1. How do carbon pricing policies, such as cap-and-trade or carbon taxes, affect greenhouse gas emissions, economic growth, and income distribution? 2. What is the impact of renewable energy subsidies on the adoption of clean technologies, energy market dynamics, and energy prices? 3. How does climate change affect agricultural productivity, food security, and global trade patterns in the long term? 4. What are the health and economic consequences of air pollution, and how do different pollution control policies compare in terms of cost-effectiveness? 5. How does deforestation impact local economies, biodiversity, and carbon sequestration in developing countries? 6. What is the relationship between environmental regulations, firm competitiveness, and industry dynamics? 7. Can payment for ecosystem services programs effectively conserve biodiversity, promote sustainable land use, and provide economic benefits for local communities? 8. What factors influence household energy consumption, and how do they respond to energy efficiency policies and price signals? 9. How does water scarcity affect migration patterns, regional economic development, and international conflicts over shared water resources? 10. What is the role of environmental policy in fostering a green economy, promoting sustainable development, and achieving global climate goals?
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