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Jon A. Krosnick
Jon A. Krosnick is an RFF university fellow and Stanford University-based social psychologist who does research on attitude formation, change, and effects, on the psychology of political behavior, and on survey research methods.
W. Michael Hanemann
W. Michael Hanemann is a university fellow at RFF. He is currently a Chancellor's professor and professor of environmental and resource economics in the Department of Agricultural and Resources Economics.
Raymond J. Kopp
Raymond J. Kopp is a senior fellow and the director of the Comprehensive Climate Strategies program at RFF. During his career Kopp has specialized in the analysis of environmental and natural resource issues with a focus on Federal regulatory activity.
V. Kerry Smith
Kerry Smith is a university fellow at RFF where he researches environmental policy issues.
Common Resources — Jun 23, 2022
Income Inequality Is a Key Driver of Decreased Residential Electricity Consumption
New research shows that rising income inequality has been just as influential as energy-efficiency programs in reducing electricity consumption.
Working Paper — Jun 23, 2022
Rising US Income Inequality and Declining Residential Electricity Consumption: Is There a Link?
This paper examines the effects of rising income inequality on residential electricity use, finding that climate and air quality improvements valued at $3.14 billion in 2020 due to lower electricity consumption.