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Brown, David


David's research is primarily in the fields of Energy Economics, Applied Econometrics, Industrial Organization, and Regulation. His current work focuses on analyzing the impacts of energy policies on the performance of electricity markets and the design of compensation policies for renewable resources. This includes research that analyzes the design of retail tariffs to compensate distributed energy resources such as residential roof-top solar panels and demand response mechanisms; measuring market power execution in wholesale power markets; analyzing the impacts of mergers and market structure changes; designing regulations to motivate utilities to invest in distributed resources; and analyzing the impacts of carbon pricing mechanisms. 

Brown, David
  • Title

    Assistant Professor

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