Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, McGill University
Nicolas Gendron-Carrier is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at McGill University. He studies the economics of cities and labour markets. Current projects investigate the scale and nature of productivity spillovers between firms and workers at microgeographic spatial scales, the value of prior work experience in entrepreneurship, and the relationship between public transportation systems and urban air pollution. He received his PhD from the University of Toronto in 2018.
Recent work by Nicolas Gendron-Carrier
Do subways improve urban air quality?
Data from around the world show that a new subway system can improve air quality in highly polluted cities
Articles : Energy & Environment
Nicolas Gendron-Carrier Marco Gonzalez-Navarro Stefano Polloni Matthew Turner