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Research interests

Erik Dietzenbacher (1958) obtained his MSc in Econometrics (1982) and his PhD in Economics (1991) from the University of Groningen. Currently he is Full Professor in Interindustry Economics at the University of Groningen. He is also Affiliate Research Professor at the Regional Economics Applications Laboratory (REAL) of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Guest Professor at the Graduate University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (GUCAS) in Beijing.

 

He was the project coordinator of "World Input-Output Database: Construction and Applications" (WIOD), a large-scale collaborative research project that was funded by the EU in its 7th Framework Programme, in which 11 international institutes participate, and which ran from 2009-2012. (All data can be downloaded for free at the WIOD website.)

 

He is currently President of the International Input-Output Association (IIOA), Honorary President of the Chinese Input-Output Association (CIOA), Honorary Fellow of the Hispanic-American Input-Output Society (SHAIO), director of the European Network for Input-Output Studies (EUNIOS), and serves on the advisory board of the Regional Research Institute (RRI) at West Virginia University in Morgantown.

Publications

Production interdependencies and poverty reduction across ethnic groups in Malaysia

Simulating the impact of new industries on the economy: The case of biorefining in Australia

Drivers of the Growth in Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions

International trade and air pollution damages in the United States

Measuring the effects of energy transition: A structural decomposition analysis of the change in renewable energy use between 2000 and 2014

Regional determinants of China's consumption-based emissions in the economic transition

Towards a more effective climate policy on international trade

Upgrading or downgrading: China's regional carbon emission intensity evolution and its determinants

Using virtual laboratories for disaster analysis - a case study of Taiwan

Assessing the economic impacts of IT service shutdown during the York flood of 2015 in the UK

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