April 16, 2018 by Meredith Fowlie
My friend is fixing up her kitchen on a budget. She’s a think-global-act-local type. She’s concerned about climate change. ... Read More
April 9, 2018 by James Sallee
U.S. cars are twice as fuel-efficient today as they were 40 years ago. Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards are a major reason why. ... Read More
April 4, 2018 by Severin Borenstein
Virtually all economists agree that one of the biggest selling points for pricing greenhouse gases (GHGs) – whether a carbon tax or cap-and-trade — is that it will boost innovation in low-carbon technologies. ... Read More
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Natural Gas Price Elasticities and Optimal Cost Recovery Under Consumer Heterogeneity: Evidence from 300 Million Natural Gas Bills
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Dynamic Pricing, Attention, and Automation: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Electricity Consumption