This volume presents six new papers on environmental and energy economics and policy in the United States. Rebecca Davis, J. Scott Holladay, and Charles Sims analyze recent trends in and forecasts of coal-fired power plant retirements with and without new climate policy. Severin Borenstein and James Bushnell examine the efficiency of pricing for electricity, natural gas, and gasoline. James Archsmith, Erich Muehlegger, and David Rapson provide a prospective analysis of future pathways for electric vehicle adoption. Kenneth Gillingham considers the consequences of such pathways for the design of fuel vehicle economy standards. Frank Wolak investigates the long-term resource adequacy in wholesale electricity markets with significant intermittent renewables. Finally, Barbara Annicchiarico, Stefano Carattini, Carolyn Fischer, and Garth Heutel review the state of research on the interactions between business cycles and environmental policy. CPSIA choking or other US hazard warning -No California Proposition 65 hazard warning necessary
About the Author
Matthew J. Kotchen is a professor at Yale University. Tatyana Deryugina is a professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. James H. Stock is a professor at Harvard University.
- Contributor: Matthew J. Kotchen
- Imprint: University of Chicago Press
- ISBN13: 9780226821733
- Number of Pages: 175
- Packaged Dimensions: 152x229x20mm
- Format: Paperback
- Publisher: The University of Chicago Press
- Release Date: 2022-08-16
- Series: NBER-Environmental and Energy Policy and the Economy
- Binding: Paperback / softback
- Biography: Matthew J. Kotchen is a professor at Yale University. Tatyana Deryugina is a professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. James H. Stock is a professor at Harvard University.