|Darius Gaskins Senior Fellow and Associate Director, Center for Climate and Electricity Policy|
MacArthur Scholar, University of Michigan Program in International Peace and Security Studies, 1985 - 1989.
Institute of Public Policy Studies Fellowship, 1983 - 1984.
Senior Fellow, Resources for the Future, 1998 - present.
Professional Lecturer, Johns Hopkins University, School for Advanced International Studies (SAIS), International Relations, Energy, Environment, Science and Technology, 1993 - 1999.
Fellow, Resources for the Future, Quality of the Environment Division, 1989 - 1998.
Adjunct Professor, Georgetown University, Department of Economics, 1998.
Instructor, University of Michigan, "Introductory Microeconomics;" Teaching Assistant, "Operations Research," "Law and Economics," 1984 - 1989.
Economic Analyst, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, 1984.
Program Manager, State of California, SolarCal Local Government Commission on Conservation and Renewable Resources, 1981 - 1982.
Member, Princeton Carbon Mitigation Initiative Advisory Council, 2010-present.
Member, National Academy of Sciences, Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology, 2005-present.
Member, Environmental Protection Agency Science Advisory Board Council on Clean Air Compliance Analysis, 2004-present.
National Energy Modeling System, Energy Information Administration, 1992 - present.
American Economic Review
Environmental and Resource Economics
The Electricity Journal
The Energy Journal
Journal of Economic Literature
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management
Journal of Law and Economics
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management
Journal of Public Economics
Journal of Industrial Economics
Journal of Regulatory Economics
Resource and Energy Economics
Proposals for Environmental Protection Agency, National Science Foundation, Department of Energy.
Member, Management Board, New York State Environmental Externality Cost Study, 1993 - 1995.
State and federal agencies
International lending and economic assistance institutions
Prior Task Forces, Advisory Boards and Panels:
Member, State of California Economic and Allocation Advisory Committee, 2009-2010.
Member, State of California Market Advisory Committee for Greenhouse Gas Policy, 2006-2007.
Member, Environmental Protection Agency Science Advisory Board Second Generation Model Advisory Panel, 2004-2005.
Member, Environmental Protection Agency, Scientific Advisory Board, Committee on Illegal Competitive Advantage, 2004-2005.
Member, Environmental Protection Agency, Scientific Advisory Board, Environmental Economics Advisory Committee, 1998-2004.
Member, National Research Council, Committee on Air Quality Management in the United States, 2001-2004.
Reviewer, National Energy Modeling System, Energy Information Administration, 1992-present.
Reviewer of proposals for Environmental Protection Agency, National Science Foundation, Department of Energy.
Member, Management Board, New York State Environmental Externality Cost Study, 1993-1995.
Member, Environmental Protection Agency, Effluent Guidelines Task Force, 1996 - 1998.
Member, Environmental Protection Agency, Scientific Advisory Board, Mercury Subcommittee, 1997.
Member, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Blue Ribbon Panel on Valuation of Environmental Benefits in the Great Lakes Region, 1997 - 1998.
|Regulating Greenhouse Gases in the Electricity Sector under the Clean Air Act |
|Joshua Linn, Erin Mastrangelo, and Dallas Burtraw|
|Journal of the Association for Environmental and Resource Economics | Related Discussion Paper 13-05|
|The Costs and Consequences of Clean Air Act Regulation of CO2 from Power Plants|
|Dallas Burtraw, Joshua Linn, Karen L. Palmer, Anthony Paul|
|RFF Discussion Paper 14-01 | January 2014|
|Reliability in the Electricity Industry under New Environmental Regulations|
|Dallas Burtraw, Karen L. Palmer, Anthony Paul, Blair Beasley, and Matthew Woerman|
|Energy Policy | forthcoming | Related Discussion Paper 12-18|
|The Institutional Blind Spot in Environmental Economics|
|Daedalus | Vol 142, No. 1. | pp.110-118 | Related Discussion Paper 12-41|
|Flexible Mandates for Investment in New Technology|
|Dalia Patino Echeverri, Dallas Burtraw and Karen Palmer|
|Journal of Regulatory Economics | forthcoming | Related Discussion Paper 12-14|
|Economic Ideas for a Complex Climate Policy Regime|
|Dallas Burtraw and Matt Woerman|
|Energy Economics | forthcoming | Related Discussion Paper 13-03-REV2|
|Informational and Oversight Hearing | California Senate Select Committee on Climate Change and AB 32 Implementation | Sacramento, CA | May 16, 2013|
|Carbon Mitigation Status in the U.S.: Secular Trends, Regional Carbon Trading and the Clean Air Act|
|Asia Pacific Energy Regulatory (APER) Forum | Federal Energy Regulatory Commission | Washington DC: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission | August 1, 2012|
|Climate Policy Design with Correlated Uncertainties in Offset Supply and Abatement Cost|
|Harrison Fell, Dallas Burtraw, Richard D. Morgenstern, Karen L. Palmer|
|Land Economics | Vol. 88, No. 3 | 589-611|
|Are Flexible Policies not too Complex to Implement? |
|Dallas Burtraw and Herman Vollebergh|
|European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, Prague | European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists | Prague | June 27, 2012|
|Robust Instrument Choice when Environmental Regulations Spill Over |
|Dallas Burtraw, David A. Evans, Corjan Brink, Herman Vollebergh|
|European Association of Environmental and Resource Economics, Prague | European Association of Environmental and Resource Economics | Prague | June 27, 2012|
|Embracing Complexity: Climate Policy with Imperfect Economies and Federal Governments|
|5th Atlantic Workshop on Energy and Environmental Economics, A Toxa, Spain | Fundacion Barrie, Economics for Energy and the research group rede at the University of Vigo | A Toxa, Spain | June 25, 2012|
|Allocating Revenues from California’s Cap-and-Trade Program|
|Capitol Hill Briefing: California Institute for Federal Policy Research | California Institute for Federal Policy Research | Washington DC: Rayburn House Office Building | June 13, 2012|
|Summary for Policymakers The True Cost of Electric Power: An Inventory of Methodologies to Support Future Decisionmaking in Comparing the Cost and Competitiveness of Electric Generation Technologies|
|Dallas Burtraw, Alan Krupnick|
|Ren21 | June 2012|
|The Consequences of Sub-categorization in a Greenhouse Gas Tradable Performance Standard|
|Dallas Burtraw, Matt Woerman|
|Annual Meeting | Association of Environmental and Resource Economists | Ashville, TN | June 4, 2012|
|What Have We Learnt from the European Union’s Emissions Trading System?|
|Markus Wråke, Dallas Burtraw, Åsa Lofgren and Lars Zetterberg|
|Ambio | 41: 12-22. |
|Retail Electricity Price Savings from Compliance Flexibility in GHG Standards for Stationary Sources|
|Dallas Burtraw, Matt Woerman and Anthony Paul|
|Energy Policy | 42 | 67-77 | Related Discussion Paper 11-30|
|Social Safety Nets and US Climate Policy Costs|
|Joshua Blonz, Dallas Burtraw and Margaret Walls|
|Climate Policy | Vol. 12, Issue 4 | pp. 474-490|
|Soft and Hard Price Collars in a Cap-and-Trade System: A Comparative Analysis|
|Harrison Fell, Dallas Burtraw, Richard D. Morgenstern, Karen Palmer|
|Journal of Environmental Economics and Management | forthcoming | Related Discussion Paper 10-27-REV|
|Rethinking Environmental Federalism in a Warming World|
|William M. Shobe and Dallas Burtraw|
|Climate Change Economics | forthcoming | Related Discussion Paper 12-04|
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