Joshua Blonz’s research focuses on environmental economics and policy. He uses empirical techniques to examine policy-relevant questions informed by theoretical models of environmental policy and energy markets. He is particularly interested in the role of policy design and implementation in program outcomes. Blonz’s current work focuses on electricity pricing policy, the costs of environmental regulation in the coal sector, and the role of the principal-agent problem in policy implementation.
Blonz is in RFF’s Energy and Climate Program.
- Resources Article
- Testimony and Public Comments
- External Working Paper
- Journal Article
- Book Chapter