Jenya Kahn-Lang

318 Giannini Hall

University of California, Berkeley

I am a PhD candidate in Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of California, Berkeley. I am on the 2022/2023 economics job market. My research interests fall in the intersection of energy and environmental economics and industrial organization. Most of my research focuses on electricity markets and their impact on climate change and social equity, including topics in utility regulation and retail electricity markets, distributed energy resources and rate design, and market barriers to an equitable climate transition. I received my BA from Pomona College. Prior to coming to Berkeley, I worked as a Senior Consultant at Energy and Environmental Economics Inc. (E3).