Statement by Joshua Linn before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on the Environment.
Working Paper — Apr 18, 2019
The Energy Paradox in Seemingly Competitive Industries: The Use of Energy-Efficient Equipment on Heavy-Duty Tractor Trailers
We collected roadside data and modeled use of energy-saving equipment on trailers to explore the claim that, where there is split ownership between tractors and trailers, owners of trailers will underinvest in energy-saving equipment.
Working Paper — Apr 17, 2019
Pass-Through and Welfare Effects of Regulations that Affect Product Attributes
We show that the relationship between pass-through and welfare changes does not hold for a regulation that affects production costs and product attributes.
Working Paper — Apr 4, 2019
Estimating Preference Heterogeneity in Discrete Choice Models of Product Differentiation
The application of a new method for estimating discrete choice models shows that tightening fuel economy standards have modest impacts on new vehicle sales.