Energy and Environmental Economics
Drill-bit parity: supply-side links in oil and gas markets, with Gavin Roberts. Accepted at Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists.
Corporate apology for environmental damage, with Alex James and Jason Shogren, (2018) Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 56 (1): 51-81
Architecturally integrated photovoltaic panels: residential design methods and consumer preferences, with Jon Gardzelewsi (lead author) and Anthony Denzer. Accepted for the 2017 Proceedings of the Architectural Engineering Institute, American Society of Civil Engineers.
Dynamic salience with intermittent billing: evidence from smart electricity meters, with Joshua Graff Zivin, (2014) Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 107 (A): 176-190
Leakage in regional climate policy? Implications of market design from the Western Energy Imbalance Market, with Brittany Tarufelli. Under review.
Dynamic corrective taxes with time-varying salience, with Joshua Graff Zivin. Under review.
Mistakes and efficiency investment, with Jacob LaRiviere and Kevin Novan. Under review.
Energy efficiency, green technology, and the pain of paying, working paper with Dayana Zhappasova and Linda Thunstrom.
Overlapping environmental and financial regulations: the role of corporate governance, working paper with Sridhar Gogineni, Klaas van 't Veld, and Charlie (Chenyang) Xu.
Corporate governance, cost of capital, and investment in abatement technologies, working paper with Charlie (Chenyang) Xu and Klaas van 't Veld
Social image, signaling, and sorting: evidence from a discrete choice experiment with solar homes, work in progress with Anthony Denzer and Jon Gardzelewski
Is residential solar an aesthetic amenity or disamenity? Valuing preferences for architectural alternatives, work in progress with Anthony Denzer and Jon Gardzelewski.
Do sales agents really understand buyer preferences? The case of solar and energy efficient homes, work in progress with Anthony Denzer and Jon Gardzelewski.