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Alan J. Krupnick
Senior Fellow and Co-Director, RFF's Center for Energy and Climate Economics
202-328-5107
krupnick@rff.org
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Alan Krupnick is Co-Director of Resources for the Future’s Center for Energy and Climate Economics and a Senior Fellow at RFF. As the Director of CECE, Alan works with the full complement of Center researchers to establish and carry out the Center’s research agenda. 
Featured Publications
Understanding the Costs and Benefits of Deepwater Oil Drilling Regulation
Alan J. Krupnick, Sarah Campbell, Mark A Cohen, Ian W.H. Parry
RFF Discussion Paper 10-62 | January 2011
 
Toward a New National Energy Policy: Assessing the Options
Alan J. Krupnick, Ian W.H. Parry, Margaret A. Walls, Tony Knowles, Kristin Hayes
RFF Report | November 2010
 
The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing but the Truth
Fredrik Carlsson, Mitesh Kataria, Alan J. Krupnick, Elina Lampi, Åsa Lofgren, Ping Qin, Thomas Sterner, Susie Chung
RFF Discussion Paper EfD 10-24 | November 2010
 
Abundant Shale Gas Resources: Long-Term Implications for U.S. Natural Gas Markets
Stephen P.A. Brown, Alan J. Krupnick
RFF Discussion Paper 10-41 | August 2010
 
Energy, Greenhouse Gas, and Economic Implications of Natural Gas Trucks
Alan J. Krupnick
Backgrounder | June 2010
 
Paying for Mitigation: A Multiple Country Study
Fredrik Carlsson, Mitesh Kataria, Alan J. Krupnick, Elina Lampi, Åsa Lofgren, Ping Qin, Susie Chung, Thomas Sterner
RFF Discussion Paper 10-33 | June 2010
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Designing Climate Mitigation Policy
Joseph Aldy, Alan J. Krupnick, Richard G. Newell, Ian Parry and William A. Pizer
Journal of Economic Literature | December 2010 | Vol. 48, No. 4 | pp. 203-934 | Related Discussion Paper 08-16
 
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SELECTED PRESENTATIONS
Mortality Risk Valuation in Shanghai and Chongqing
Alan Krupnick
Informal Presentation | World Bank | December 16, 2005
 
What's Uncertainty Have to Do with It?
Alan Krupnick and Dick Morgenstern
Meeting | EPA | Washington, D.C. | November 16, 2005
 
Altruism and the WTP for Improved Drinking Water
Alan Krupnick
EAERE Annual Conference | University of Gothenburg | Gothenburg, Sweden | June 30, 2008
 
Critique of the Clean Air Mercury Rule RIA
Alan Krupnick
Workshop on Reforming Cost-Benefit Analysis | RFF | June 15, 2008
 
The Social Costs of Electricity: How Much of The Camel To Let Into the Tent?
Alan Krupnick and Dallas Burtraw
Proceedings of The Institute of Public Utilities Twenty-Third Annual Conference | Charles G. Stalon, ed., East Lansing, Mich., Institute of Public Utilities | Michigan State University | January 15, 1992
 
The Value of Life: Priceless; Reducing death risks: Not. An Application to China
Alan Krupnick
Symposium | College of Earth and Mineral Sciences | Penn State University | September 26, 2008
 
Using Expert Elicitation to Attribute Foodborne Illness to Specific Foods
Sandra Hoffmann
Society for Risk Analysis 2005 Annual Meeting | Society for Risk Analysis | Tampa, Florida | December 5, 2005
 
Mortality Risk Valuation in China: Results from a Stated Preference Survey
Alan Krupnick
First Joint Seminar of the Economics Department and China Department, World Bank | World Bank | World Bank, Washington, DC | January 12, 2006
 
Using Expert Elicitation to Attribute Pathogen-Specific Foodborne Illness to Food Consumption in the U.S.
Sandra Hoffmann, Paul Fischbeck, Alan Krupnick, and Michael McWilliams
Priority setting of Foodborne and Zoonotic Pathogens | European Union MED-VET-NET Network of Excellence and the US Food Safety Research Consortium | Berlin | April 30, 2006
 
Parental Decision-Making and Children’s Health
Sandra Hoffmann, Alan Krupnick, Ann Bostrom, and Wictor Adamowicz
U.S. EPA NCER/NCEE Workshop Morbidity and Mortality: How Do We Value the Risk of Illness and Death? | U.S. EPA | Washington, DC | April 10, 2006
 
Food Attribution in the U.S.: An Expert Elicitation
Sandra Hoffmann, Alan Krupnick, Paul Fischbeck, Mike McWilliams and Michael Batz.
Priority Setting of Foodborne and Zoonotic Pathogens organized by the | European Union Med-Vet-Net and the Food Safety Research Consortium | Berlin, Germany | July 20, 2006
 
Expert Elicitation for Foodborne Illness Attribution
Sandra Hoffmann, Paul Fischbeck, Alan Krupnick, and Mike McWilliams
FoodNet Foodborne Attribution Working Group Meeting | FoodNet Foodborne Attribution Working Group | National phone conference meeting | August 3, 2006
 
Lessons from Expert Elicitation for Food Attribution of Foodborne Illness
Sandra Hoffmann
CDC Monthly Seminar Series | CDC, NCID, Division of Bacterial and Mycotic Diseases | Atlanta, Georgia | August 8, 2006
 
Eliciting Information on Uncertainty from Heterogeneous Expert Panels: Attributing U.S. Foodborne Pathogen Illness to Food Consumption
Sandra Hoffmann, Paul Fischbeck, Alan Krupnick, Michael McWilliams
Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting; Symposium: Modeling the Attribution of Foodborne Ilness in the United States | Society for Risk Analysis | Baltimore, MD | December 4, 2006
 
Parental Mental Models of Lead Paint Hazards: Toward Improved Communications about Environmental Health Risks to Children
Ann Bostrom, Sandra Hoffmann, Alan Krupnick, Wictor Adamowicz
Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting | Society for Risk Analysis | Baltimore, MD | December 6, 2006
 
Poster Session: Parental Decision Making about Children's Health: Using Mental Models Research to Inform Contingent Valuation Surveys
Sandra Hoffmann, Ann Bostrom, Alan Krupnick and Wictor Adamowicz
Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting | Baltimore, MD | December 4, 2006
 
Payment Card versus Dichotomous Choice Bid Elicitation: An Application in Shanghai, People's Republic of China
Sandra Hoffmann
Assoc. of Environmental and Resource Economics Summer Meeting at the AAEA Annual Meeting | Association of Environmental and Resource Economics | Portland, Oregon | July 31, 2007
 
Household Bargained and Stated Preference Surveys: Parental Valuation of Risk of IQ Loss and ADHD
Sandra Hoffmann
Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting | Society for Risk Analysis | Baltimore, MD | December 7, 2009
 
The Willingness to Pay for Mortality Risk Reductions in China
Sandra Hoffmann
Fourth World Congress of Environmental Economists | WERE and AERE | Montreal, Canada | June 30, 2010
 
Willingness to Pay to Reduce Environmental Risks of Shale Gas Development
Juha Siikamaki and Alan J Krupnick
Third Annual Conference of AERE | Association of Environmental and Resource Economics | Banff, Canada | June 7, 2013
 
Public’s Attitudes and the Willingness to Pay to Reduce Shale Gas Risks Survey Results from Pennsylvania and Texas
Juha Siikamaki, Alan J. Krupnick
Managing the Risks of Shale Gas Development | June 27, 2013
 
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