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AbstractSeven Chinese cities have enacted One-Weekday Limit (OWL) driving restrictions following Beijing's implementation shortly after the Olympics in 2008. Existing literature examines the short-run effect of the OWL or the long-run effect of the Olympic-year policy package on air pollution in Beijing. Using two difference-in-differences (DD) approaches, this study compares the long-run effect of the Olympic-year policy package with the effect of the OWL. Using the city of Tianjin as adoi:10.1515/bejeap-2019-0295 fatcat:6sprhtlcifghtmxes3o6mmijda