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Catherine Wolfram, Co-Director, Energy Institute at Haas

Catherine Wolfram

An associate professor 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 PhD in economics at MIT and her undergraduate degree in economics at Harvard.

Posts by Catherine Wolfram

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