Publications2018-05-18T11:01:50+00:00

2018

— Aklin, Michaël, Patrick Bayer, S.P. Harish, and Johannes Urpelainen. Forthcoming. Escaping the Energy Poverty Trap: When and How Governments Power the Lives of the Poor. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. [DataVerse]

— Aklin, Michaël, Patrick Bayer, S.P. Harish, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2018. “Economics of Household Technology Adoption in Developing Countries: Evidence from Solar Technology Adoption in Rural India.” Energy Economics 72: 35-46. [DataVerse]

2017

— Aklin, Michaël, Patrick Bayer, S.P. Harish, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2017. “Does Basic Energy Access Generate Socioeconomic Benefits? A Field Experiment with Off-grid Solar Power in India.” Science Advances 3(5): e1602153. [DataVerse]

2016

— Bayer, Patrick and Johannes Urpelainen. 2016. “It’s All About Political Incentives: Democracy and the Renewable Feed-In Tariff.” Journal of Politics 78(2):603-619. [Replication]  [DataVerse]
— Bayer, Patrick, Johannes Urpelainen, and Alice Xu. 2016. “Explaining Differences in Subnational Patterns of Clean Technology Transfer to China and India.” International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 16(2): 261-283. [Replication]

2015

— Aklin, Michaël, Patrick Bayer, S.P. Harish, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2015. “The Political Economy of Energy Access: Survey Evidence from India on State Intervention and Public Opinion.” Energy Research and Social Science 10: 250-258. [Replication] 
— Bayer, Patrick, Christopher Marcoux, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2015. “When International Organizations Bargain: Evidence from the Global Environment Facility.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 59 (6): 1074-1100. [Replication]
— Bayer, Patrick, Valerie Pinkerton, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2015. “Small and Beautiful? The Programme of Activities and the Least Developed Countries.” Climate and Development 7 (2): 153-164. [Replication]
— Aklin, Michaël, Patrick Bayer, S.P. Harish, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2015. “Quantifying Slum Electrification in India and Explaining Local Variation.” Energy 80: 203-212. [Replication]

2014

— Bayer, Patrick, Christopher Marcoux, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2014. “Choosing International Organizations: When Do States and the World Bank Collaborate on Environmental Projects?” Review of International Organizations 9 (4): 413-440. [Replication]
— Bayer, Patrick, Johannes Urpelainen, and Alice Xu. 2014. “Laissez Faire and the Clean Development Mechanism: Determinants of Project Implementation in Indian States, 2003-2011.” Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy 16(8): 1687-1701. [Replication]
— Aklin, Michaël, Patrick Bayer, S.P. Harish, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2014. “Information and Energy Policy Preferences: A Survey Experiment on Public Opinion about Electricity Pricing Reform in Rural India.” Economics of Governance 15(5): 305-327. [Replication]
— Bayer, Patrick and Johannes Urpelainen. 2014. “Does It Pay to Play? How Bargaining Shapes Donor Participation in the Funding of Environmental Protection.” Strategic Behavior and the Environment 4 (3): 263-290. [Appendix]
— Aklin, Michaël, Patrick Bayer, S.P. Harish, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2014. “Who Blames Corruption for the Poor Enforcement of Environmental Laws? Survey Evidence from Brazil.” Environmental Economics and Policy Studies 16(3): 241-262. [Replication]

2013

— Bayer, Patrick, Christoher Marcoux, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2013. “Leveraging Private Capital for Climate Mitigation: Evidence from the Clean Development Mechanism.” Ecological Economics 96: 14-24. [Replication]
— Aklin, Michaël, Patrick Bayer, S.P. Harish, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2013. “Understanding Environmental Policy Preferences: New Evidence from Brazil.” Ecological Economics 94: 28-36. [Replication]
— Bayer, Patrick, Lindsay Dolan, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2013. “Global Patterns of Renewable Energy Innovation, 1990-2009.” Energy for Sustainable Development 17 (3): 288-295. [Replication]
— Bayer, Patrick, Johannes Urpelainen, and Jeremy Wallace. 2013. “Who Uses the Clean Development Mechanism? An Empirical Analyis of Projects in Chinese Provinces.” Global Environmental Change 23(2): 512-521. [Replication]
— Bayer, Patrick and Johannes Urpelainen. 2013. “External Sources of Clean Technology: Evidence from the Clean Development Mechanism.” Review of International Organizations 8 (1): 81-109. [Replication]
— Bayer, Patrick and Johannes Urpelainen. 2013. “Funding Global Public Goods: The Dark Side of Multilateralism.” Review of Policy Research 30 (2): 160-189. [Appendix]