Michael Lahr
Michael Lahr
Professor, Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers University
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RE Miller, ML Lahr
Contributions to Economic Analysis 249, 407-441, 2001
2252001
Biproportional techniques in input-output analysis: table updating and structural analysis
M Lahr, L De Mesnard
Economic Systems Research 16 (2), 115-134, 2004
2182004
The contributions of historic preservation to housing and economic development
D Listokin, B Listokin, M Lahr
Taylor & Francis Group 9 (3), 431-478, 1998
1831998
A review of the literature supporting the hybrid approach to constructing regional input–output models
ML Lahr
Economic Systems Research 5 (3), 277-293, 1993
1721993
Input-output analysis: Frontiers and extensions
ML Lahr, E Dietzenbacher
Palgrave, 2001
1522001
Gracing the land of Elvis and Beale Street: historic designation and property values in Memphis
NE Coulson, ML Lahr
Real Estate Economics 33 (3), 487-507, 2005
1382005
Wassily Leontief and input-output economics
E Dietzenbacher, ML Lahr
Cambridge University Press, 2004
1312004
A strategy for producing hybrid regional input-output tables
ML Lahr
Center for Urban Policy Research, Rutgers, The State University, 1998
1161998
Understanding the economic costs and benefits of catastrophes and their aftermath: A review and suggestions for the US federal government
MR Greenberg, M Lahr, N Mantell
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 27 (1), 83-96, 2007
1092007
China's energy consumption change from 1987 to 2007: A multi-regional structural decomposition analysis
H Zhang, ML Lahr
Energy Policy 67, 682-693, 2014
1062014
Input–output analysis: the next 25 years
E Dietzenbacher, M Lenzen, B Los, D Guan, ML Lahr, F Sancho, S Suh, ...
Economic Systems Research 25 (4), 369-389, 2013
912013
Reconciling domestication techniques, the notion of re-exports and some comments on regional accounting
ML Lahr
Economic Systems Research 13 (2), 165-179, 2001
872001
A study of the role of regionalization in the generation of aggregation error in regional input–output models
ML Lahr, BH Stevens
Journal of Regional Science 42 (3), 477-507, 2002
632002
Changes in China’s production-source CO2 emissions: insights from structural decomposition analysis and linkage analysis
N Chang, ML Lahr
Economic Systems Research 28 (2), 224-242, 2016
562016
The impact of H udson‐B ergen L ight R ail on residential property appreciation
K Kim, ML Lahr
Papers in Regional Science 93, S79-S97, 2014
552014
Expanding extractions
E Dietzenbacher, ML Lahr
Economic Systems Research 25 (3), 341-360, 2013
492013
Sources of Chinese labor productivity growth: A structural decomposition analysis, 1987–2005
L Yang, ML Lahr
China Economic Review 21 (4), 557-570, 2010
442010
Can the carbonizing dragon be domesticated? Insights from a decomposition of energy consumption and intensity in China, 1987–2007
H Zhang, ML Lahr
Economic Systems Research 26 (2), 119-140, 2014
382014
A top 10 list of things to know about American cities
EK Wyly, NJ Glickman, ML Lahr
Cityscape, 7-32, 1998
381998
Short and intermediate economic impacts of a terrorist-initiated loss of electric power: Case study of New Jersey
M Greenberg, N Mantell, M Lahr, F Felder, R Zimmerman
Energy Policy 35 (1), 722-733, 2007
362007
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