Research

Publications

"Think Globally, Cap Locally, and Trade Widely: Efficient Decentralized Policymaking in the Presence of Spillovers." 2021. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 8(1): 91-124. Supplementary Appendix. August 2020 Draft

"Modeling the Impact of RGGI on Pennsylvania’s Power Grid: Costs, Emissions, and Leakage", Chapter 3 in Prospects for Pennsylvania in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, a report prepared on behalf of the Pennsylvania State University’s Center for Energy Law and Policy (with Seth Blumsack, Andrew Bell, Mingsong Chen, Seamus Gibbons, Daniel Mallinson, Wei Peng, An Pham, Daniel Walters, and Hui Wang) and submitted as a public comment to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection's Proposed Rulemaking for Pennsylvania's "CO2 Budget Trading Program"Supplementary AppendixLast updated December 2020.  Center for Energy Law and Policy Webinar on Chapter 3, October 2nd, 2020.

"On the Trade-Offs of Regulating Multiple Unpriced Externalities with a Single Instrument: Evidence from Biofuel Policies" (with Antonio M. Bento). 2020. Energy Economics, 85: 1-1
3. Supplementary Appendix. October 2019 Draft.

"Does Titling Matter? Evidence from Housing Markets in India" (with Antonio M. Bento and Somik Lall). 2018. Review of Regional Studies, 48(3): 377-400. Supplementary Appendix. June 2018 Draft.

"Are there Carbon Savings from US Biofuel Policies? The Critical Importance of Accounting for Leakage in Land and Fuel Markets" (with Antonio M. Bento and Richard Klotz). 2015. Energy Journal, 36(3): 75-109. Supplementary Appendix. Executive Summary. July 2014 Draft.

Working Papers

"Evaluating the Economic and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Benefits of Pennsylvania’s Decision to Join the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative" (with An Pham, Mingsong Chen, and Seamus Gibbons).

"Who’s Ready to Trade? The Welfare Implications of Voluntary Emissions Trading Within Regional Electricity Markets" (with An Pham).

"Policy Instruments for Greenhouse Gas Emissions Mitigation and Countries' Preferred Social Cost of Carbon".

"Should We Tax or Subsidize E-Cigarettes? Identifying the Optimal Price Instrument In the Presence of Dynamic Health Trade-offs" (with Kyle Rozema

"How do Federal Bureaucracies Balance Efficiency, Distributional, and Political Considerations When Creating New Regulations?" (with Joseph Perla).

Works in Progress

"Linking Housing and Automobile Purchase Decisions: Do Housing Supply Regulations Promote Green Cities?" (with Antonio M. Bento, Sanket Roy, and Edson Severnini).

"The Unintended Congestion Cost and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Impacts of Solar Policies in California" (with Andrew R. Waxman and An Pham)

"Decentralized Policymaking when States can form Coalitions: How Does California’s Waiver Authority Affect Environmental Outcomes?" (with Antonio M. Bento and Daniel T. Kaffine).
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