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Faculty of Economics

 

PhD Title


Essays on the Macroeconomic Effects of Climate Change

Research Interests


Macroeconomics, Structural Change, Growth & Inequality, Environment Economics

Publications


Cambridge Working Papers in Economics

Cavalcanti, T., Hasna, Z. and Santos, C. Climate Change Mitigation Policies: Aggregate and Distributional Effects, (2021) CWPE2122
Amano-Patiño, N., Faraglia, E., Giannitsarou, C. and Hasna, Z. The Unequal Effects of Covid-19 on Economists' Research Productivity, (2020) CWPE2038

Working Papers

Cavalcanti, T., Hasna, Z. and Santos, C. Climate Change Mitigation Policies: Aggregate and Distributional Effects, (2020) CEPR Discussion Paper DP15419

Job Market Paper

Hasna, Z., The Grass is Actually Greener on the Other Side: Evidence on Green Multipliers from the United States

Recent Activities


Greenovate for a better environment and economy
Dr. Kamiar MohaddesZeina Hasna and Henry-James Hatton are co-authors of a report on the impact of innovation in green-related activities to the broader economy.
Published on - Thursday 4th November 2021

Academic Gender Gap Widens During Pandemic
In the first weeks of the pandemic, the submission of articles to journals by women, fell dramatically more than their male counterparts.
Published on - Wednesday 21st July 2021

Climate-Macroeconomics Mini Conference
Cambridge-INET, the Centre for Macroeconomics and the Cambridge Faculty of Economics are holding a Mini Conference on the "Climate-Macroeconomics". It will take place on Tuesday 4th May 2021, 3:00pm-6:15pm BST (UK) and will be held online. See the event page for more details.
Published on - Friday 16th April 2021

Has the Pandemic Changed Research Culture – and is it for the better?
Times Higher Education has quoted the research by Dr. Amano-Patiño, Dr. Faraglia, Dr. Giannitsarou and Zeina Hasna, into how the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the inequalities for women and junior academics.
Published on - Thursday 15th April 2021

US GDP Drop Following Paris Accord is at Most 0.6%
The United States plans to rejoin the Paris climate accord. Faculty academics have examined what this means for the US economy & GDP. They suggest a carbon tax of 32.3% is needed for US to achieve its original Paris pledge, which might cause US GDP to fall up to 0.6%.
Published on - Friday 22nd January 2021

Keynes Fund Sponsored Projects


Climate Change Mitigation Policies: Distributional and Allocative Effects Cavalcanti, T.V.D (JHOV)
Climate Volatility, Weather Shocks and Economic Growth: Within-Country Evidence from Brazil Mohaddes, K., Cavalcanti, T. V. D. and Da Mata, D. (JHUD)

COVID-19 Economic Research


Special Feature: The Unequal Effects of COVID-19 on Economists' Research Productivity

Teaching


Part I - Stata Classes
Part IIA/Diploma - Stata Classes
Part IIB - Macroeconomics

Supervisory Team


Zeina Hasna













PhD Student

Research Group:
Macroeconomics

CV: Curriculum Vitae

Personal Site:
http://www.zeinahasna.com/
Contact Details
Email: zh274@cam.ac.uk
Room: Stats Room
College: Selwyn College



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