Class description: Presentation of major energy and environmental policy debates by nationally-recognized scholars. Students develop their ability to understand the application of advanced research methods within these debates. They are also afforded the opportunity to undertake guided research on a topic of their choosing.
W. Reed Walker, UC Berkeley
"Every Breath You Take | Every Dollar You'll Make:The Long-Term Consequences of the Clean Air Act of 1970
Matthew Kahn, UC Los Angeles
"Household Demand for Low Carbon Public Policies: Evidence from California"
Hunt Allcott, NYU
“Information, Salience, and Energy Efficiency Policy”
Catherine Wolfram, UC Berkeley
"The Demand for Energy-Using Assets among the World's Rising Middle Classes"
Kyle Meng, Columbia
"Forecasting the Cost to Firms of Climate Policy using Prediction Markets and Lobbying Records"
Katrina Jessoe, UC Davis
"Commercial and Industrial Demand Response Under Mandatory Time-of-Use Electricity Pricing"
Tamara Lynn Sheldon, UC San Diego
“Designing Effective Plug-in Electric Vehicle Rebates”
Junjie Zhang, UC San Diego
"’Effortless Perfection:’Do Chinese Cities Manipulate Air Pollution Data?"
Koichiro Ito, Boston University
"The Economics of Attribute-Based Regulation: Theory and Evidence from Fuel-Economy Standards"
Mark Jacobsen, UC San Diego
"Vehicle Scrappage and Gasoline Policy"
All Environmental Econonics and Policy lectures are FREE. They will be held in the Luskin School of Public Affairs' Third Floor Classroom 3343. Although registration is not required, space is limited. Seating will be first come, first served.
J.R. DeShazo, Professor, Public Policy, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs and Director, UCLA Luskin Center
Matthew Kahn, Professor, Public Policy, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs