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Catherine Wolfram, faculty co-director, Energy Institute at Haas

Catherine Wolfram

The Cora Jane Flood Professor of Business Administration at the Haas School of Business, Catherine Wolfram's research interests include regulation of business, energy and environmental economics, and electricity-industry restructuring.

She received her Ph.D. in economics at MIT and her undergraduate degree in economics at Harvard.

Posts by Catherine Wolfram

11-30-15Energy & Environment: What's on your mind?Good energy books for 2015
12-22-14Energy & Environment: What's on your mind?Good energy reading for the beach?
11-24-14Energy & Environment: What's on your mind?Why the phrase ‘energy leapfrogging’ is misleading
10-8-14Energy & Environment: What's on your mind?A common energy-saving device I’ve never seen in the U.S.
4-23-14Energy & Environment: What's on your mind?Will smog in China spur climate solutions?
3-17-14Energy & Environment: What's on your mind?Why aren’t we talking about net energy metering for LEDs?
11-21-13Energy & Environment: What's on your mind?Smart meters but dumb pricing? Not in Sacramento
10-28-13Energy & Environment: What's on your mind?How California’s K-12 schools can teach us about energy efficiency
6-3-13Energy & Environment: What's on your mind?The MPG Illusion
3-28-13Energy & Environment: What's on your mind?Marketing solar, part two
3-4-13Energy & Environment: What's on your mind?Marketing solar: Bring in Elizabeth Warren?
11-7-12Energy & Environment: What's on your mind?Measuring the economic costs of electricity outages
9-18-12Energy & Environment: What's on your mind?Tipping points and the social cost of carbon
6-25-12Energy & Environment: What's on your mind?Nuclear safety