The incidence of an `emotional tax', with Linda Thunstrom and Chian Jones Ritten. Under review.
Pigouvian Taxes with Time Varying Salience, with Joshua Graff Zivin. Working paper.
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
Social image, signaling, and sorting: evidence from a discrete choice experiment with solar homes, work in progress with Anthony Denzer and Jon Gardzelewski
Environmental Economics and the Theory of the Firm
Firm boundaries with impure public goods. Working paper.
Overlapping environmental and financial regulations: the role of corporate governance, with Sridhar Gogineni, Klaas van 't Veld, and Charlie Xu. Working paper.
Corporate governance, cost of capital, and investment in abatement technologies. Working paper with former Ph.D. student Charlie (Chenyang) Xu and Klaas van 't Veld
Drill-bit parity: The increasing importance of supply-side links in oil and gas markets, with Ph.D. student Gavin Roberts.
Incentives and additionality in energy audits and efficiency investments, with Jacob LaRiviere and Kevin Novan. Work in progress.
Leakage in regional climate policy: The role of market design. Work in progress with Ph.D. student Brittany Tarufelli.
Marine Resource Economics
Fishing and non-fishing income decisions: the role of human capital and family structure, with former Ph.D. student Shaikh Eskander and Ed Barbier. Accepted at Land Economics.
Technological change and managerial ability: evidence from a Malaysian artisanal fishery, with Bee Hong Yeo, (2014) Land Economics 90 (2): 352-371.
Technology adoption and diffusion with uncertainty in a commons, with Jacob LaRiviere and Benjamin Fissel, (2013) Economics Letters 120 (2): 297-301.
Technology shocks and capital investment in the commons, with Benjamin Fissel. Working paper.
Real Estate, Land Use, and the Environment
On the relation of local amenities and house price dynamics, with Eli Beracha, Tyler Kjorstad, and Kiplan Womack, (2016) Forthcoming in Real Estate Economics.
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.
Does land conservation benefit farmers? An evaluation of local impacts from the Conservation Reserve Program. Work in progress with Ph.D. student Matthew Maloney.
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.