Wiring America: The Short- and Long-Run Effects of Electricity Grid Expansion
Electricity grid expansion is a key policy tool to accelerate the transition to green energy and lower carbon emissions. I study the impact of grid expansion on market power and emissions from the fossil fuel industry in the short-run and investment in wind energy in the long-run. [
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Market Structure and Technology Adoption in Renewable Energy
We study whether competition in electricity markets affects the adoption of frontier technology in the wind and solar industries.
An Equilibrium Analysis of Power Purchase Agreements
We explore the link between wholesale electricity market volatility and prices of long-term contracts for renewable projects.
Substitution and Complementarity in the Consumption of Alcohol, Cannabis, and Opiates in a Legal Regime: Insights from Historical Data
We use dynamic panel data methods to study the phenomenon of substitution and complementarity in psychoactive substances, from historical data from Bengal, India in 1911-1925.