Ralf Martin
Ralf Martin
Imperial College Business School, London
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Carbon taxes, path dependency, and directed technical change: Evidence from the auto industry
P Aghion, A DechezleprÍtre, D Hemous, R Martin, J Van Reenen
Journal of Political Economy 124 (1), 1-51, 2016
Some causal effects of an industrial policy
C Criscuolo, R Martin, HG Overman, J Van Reenen
American Economic Review 109 (1), 48-85, 2019
The impact of a carbon tax on manufacturing: Evidence from microdata
R Martin, LB De Preux, UJ Wagner
Journal of Public Economics 117, 1-14, 2014
The impact of the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme on regulated firms: What is the evidence after ten years?
R Martin, M MuŻls, UJ Wagner
Review of environmental economics and policy, 2016
Industry compensation under relocation risk: A firm-level analysis of the EU emissions trading scheme
R Martin, M MuŻls, LB De Preux, UJ Wagner
American Economic Review 104 (8), 2482-2508, 2014
Modern management: good for the environment or just hot air?
N Bloom, C Genakos, R Martin, R Sadun
The economic journal 120 (544), 551-572, 2010
Multinationals and US productivity leadership: Evidence from Great Britain
C Criscuolo, R Martin
The Review of Economics and Statistics 91 (2), 263-281, 2009
Do tax incentives increase firm innovation? An RD design for R&D, patents, and spillovers
A DechezleprÍtre, E EiniŲ, R Martin, KT Nguyen, J Van Reenen
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 15 (4), 486-521, 2023
Anatomy of a paradox: Management practices, organizational structure and energy efficiency
R Martin, M MuŻls, LB De Preux, UJ Wagner
Journal of environmental economics and management 63 (2), 208-223, 2012
Knowledge spillovers from clean and dirty technologies
A DechezleprÍtre, RP Mšrtin, M Mohnen
Centre for Economic Performance, 2014
On the empirical content of carbon leakage criteria in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme
R Martin, M MuŻls, LB De Preux, UJ Wagner
Ecological Economics 105, 78-88, 2014
Searching for carbon leaks in multinational companies
A DechezleprÍtre, C Gennaioli, R Martin, M MuŻls, T Stoerk
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 112, 102601, 2022
Environmental preferences and technological choices: Is market competition clean or dirty?
P Aghion, R Bťnabou, R Martin, A Roulet
American Economic Review: Insights 5 (1), 1-19, 2023
Knowledge spillovers from clean and dirty technologies: A patent citation analysis
A DechezleprÍtre, R Martin, M Mohnen
Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, 2013
The causal effects of the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme: evidence from French manufacturing plants
UJ Wagner, M MuŻls, R Martin, J Colmer
Fifth World Congress of Environmental and Resources Economists, Instanbul†…, 2014
The spatial decay of agglomeration economies: estimates for use in transport appraisal
DJ Graham, S Gibbons, R Martin
Department for Transport, 2010
Does pricing carbon mitigate climate change? Firm-level evidence from the European Union emissions trading scheme
J Colmer, R Martin, M MuŻls, UJ Wagner
CRC TR 224, Discussion Paper, 2023
Distance to which frontier? Evidence on productivity convergence from international firm-level data
EJ Bartelsman, J Haskel, R Martin
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP7032, 2008
Business data linking: an introduction
M Barnes, R Martin
Economic Trends 581 (April), 34-41, 2002
The Impact of the EU ETS on Regulated Firms: What is the evidence after nine years?
R Martin, M MuŻls, UJ Wagner
Available at SSRN 2344376, 2014
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