The Energy Institute at Haas brings together research and curricular programs on energy business, policy, and technology commercialization. The goal of EI @ Haas is to bridge the gap between the frontiers of economic and scientific energy research and the marketplace.
Fall 2014 EI @ Haas Seminar Schedule:
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
Stephen Holland, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Paper joint with James Bushnell (University of California, Davis), Jonathan Hughes (University of Colorado at Boulder), and Christopher Knittel (MIT)
"Strategic Policy Choice in State-Level Regulation: The EPA's Clean Power Plan"
New EI@Haas Working Paper WP-254: Judson Boomhower, "Drilling Like There's No Tomorrow: Bankruptcy, Insurance, and Environmental Risk" (November 2014)
Energy Institute Faculty Publish Perspectives on the Clean Power Plan in Science, November 14, 2014
New Working Papers:
- EI@Haas Working Paper WP-253: Lucas Davis and Gilbert Metcalf, "Does Better Information Lead to Better Choices? Evidence from Energy-Efficiency Labels"
- EI@Haas Working Paper WP-252: Severin Borenstein and James Bushnell, "The U.S. Electricity Industry after 20 Years of Restructuring"
- EI@Haas Working Paper WP-251: Severin Borenstein, James Bushnell, Frank A. Wolak, and Matthew Zaragoza-Watkins, "Report of the Market Simulation Group on Competitive Supply/Demand Balance in the California Allowance Market and the Potential for Market Manipulation"
- EI@Haas Working Paper WP-250: Soren T. Anderson, Ryan Kellogg, and Steve W. Salant, "Hotelling Under Pressure"
- EI@Haas Working Paper WP-249: Maximilian Auffhammer and Catherine Wolfram, "Powering Up China: Income Distributions and Residential Electricity Consumption"
- EI@Haas Working Paper WP-248: Lucas Davis and Catherine Hausman, "The Value of Transmission in Electricity Markets: Evidence from a Nuclear Power Plant Closure"
- EI@Haas Working Paper WP-247: Lucas Davis, "The Economic Cost of Global Fuel Subsidies"
- EI@Haas Working Paper WP-246: Erica Myers, "Asymmetric Information in Residential Rental Markets: Implications for the Energy Efficiency Gap"