Published and accepted papers
The Economics of Solar Electricity (with Erin Baker, Derek Lemoine, and Stanley Reynolds). Forthcoming. Annual Review of Resource Economics 5(1): doi:10.1146/annurev-resource-091912-151843.
Distributing Pollution Rights in Cap-and-Trade Programs: Are Outcomes Independent of Allocation? (with Jeffrey Perloff). Accepted at the Review of Economics and Statistics.
What Do Emissions Markets Deliver and to Whom? Evidence from Southern California’s NOx Trading Program (with Stephen Holland and Erin Mansur). American Economic Review, 2012, 10(2).
Sacred Cars? Optimal Regulation of Stationary and Non-stationary Pollution Sources (with Christopher Knittel and Catherine Wolfram). American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 2012, 4(1).
Emissions Trading, Electricity Industry Restructuring, and Investment in Pollution Control. American Economic Review, 2010, 100(3).
Incomplete Environmental Regulation, Imperfect Competition, and Emissions Leakage. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 2009, 1(2).
Demand Side Management and Energy Efficiency Revisited (with Maximilian Auffhammer and Carl Blumstein). The Energy Journal, 2008, 29(3)
Public goods and private interests: Understanding non-residential demand for green power. (with Edward Holt and Ryan Wiser). Energy Policy 29, 2001, (13).
Updating the Allocation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Permits in a Federal Cap-and-Trade Program, in Don Fullerton and Catherine Wolfram, ed. The Design and Implementation of U.S. Climate Policy, University of Chicago Press. 2012.
Market-based Emissions Regulation and the Evolution of Market Structure (with Mar Reguant and Stephen Ryan). Resubmitted, Journal of Political Economy.
Market-based emissions regulation when damages vary across sources:
What are the gains from differentiation? (with Nicholas Muller). Under submission.
Compliance by design: Industry response to efficiency standards(with Kate Whitefoot and Steven Skerlos). Revisions requested, American Economic Journal, Applied Economics.
Work in progress
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reductions from Wind Energy: Location, Location, Location? [abstract]. Preliminary draft available upon request.