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American University
Environmental economics, international economics
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Professor Brunel’s research focuses on issues at the intersection of international trade and environmental economics. She is particularly interested in providing empirical evidence of the links between environmental policies and international competitiveness, including innovation, manufacturing production, and the trade of environmental technologies. Other works examine how to measure the stringency of environmental policies, subsidies of solar panels, and the co-benefits of environmental regulation in the US.

Recent Publications

“Measuring Environmental Regulatory Stringency”, with Arik Levinson, Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 10(1), pp. 47-67, Winter 2016.

Trade in Environmental Goods: A Review of the WTO Appellate Body’s Ruling in US — Countervailing Measures (China)“, with Rachel Brewster and Anna Maria Mayda. World Trade Review 15(2), pp. 327-349, April 2016.

Pollution Offshoring and Emission Reductions in European and US Manufacturing“, Georgetown University Department of Economics Working Paper 14-02. Resubmitted, Environmental and Resource Economics.

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