Research WP4

Energy Efficiency and Household Behaviour

Task 4.1: Residential energy consumption.

Auffhammer, M. (2015). Billions of bills: Simulating climate change impacts on electricity consumption. In 2015 AAAS Annual Meeting (12-16 February 2015).

Auffhammer, M. and Mansur, E. (2014). Measuring climatic impacts on energy consumption: A review of the empirical literature. Energy Economics, 46, 522–530.

Auffhammer, M. and Wolfram, C. (2014). Powering up china: Income distributions and residential electricity consumption. American Economic Review, 104(5), 575–580.

Cafiero, C., Wright, B. D., et al. (2015). Maximum likelihood estimation of the standard commodity storage model: Evidence from sugar prices. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 97(1), 122–136.

Eyre, N. & Baruah, P. (2015). Uncertainties in future energy demand in UK residential heating. Energy Policy (in press).

Gilbert, B. and Graff Zivin, J. (2014). Dynamic salience with intermittent billing: Evidence from smart electricity meters. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 107(PA), 176–190.

Havranek, T. & Kokes, O. (2015). Income elasticity of gasoline demand: A meta-analysis. Energy Economics, 47, 77–86.

Martínez-Espiñeira, R., García-Valiñas, M. A., & Nauges, C. (2014). Households' pro-environmental habits and investments in water and energy consumption: Determinants and relationships. Journal of environmental management, 133, 174-183.

Task 4.2: Residential energy efficiency.

Alberini, A. & Towe, C. (2015). Information v. energy efficiency incentives: Evidence from residential electricity consumption in Maryland. Center of Economic Research at ETH Zurich Working Paper, 15, 208.

Alberini, A., Bigano, A., and Boeri, M. (2014). Looking for free riding: Energy efficiency incentives and italian homeowners. Energy Efficiency, 7(4), 571–590.

De Cian, E., Carrara, S., and Tavoni, M. (2014). Innovation benefits from nuclear phase-out: Can they compensate the costs? Climatic Change, 123(3-4), 637–650.

Lízal, L. M. and Tashpulatov, S. N. (2014). Do producers apply a capacity cutting strategy to increase prices? The case of the England and Wales electricity market. Energy Economics, 43(C), 114–124.

Mallaburn, P. and Eyre, N. (2014). Lessons from energy efficiency policy and programmesin the UK from 1973 to 2013. Energy Efficiency, 7(1), 23–41.

Task 4.3: Household Transportation patterns and mobility.

Carraro, C. (2015). Climate change and migrations. Review of Environment, Energy and Economics (Re3), Forthcoming.

Graff Zivin, J. S., Kotchen, M. J., and Mansur, E. T. (2014). Spatial and temporal heterogeneity of marginal emissions: Implications for electric cars and other electricity-shifting policies. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

Ščasný, M., Zvěřinová, I, Czajkowski, M. (2015). Individual preference for the alternative fuel vehicles and their attributes in Poland. Submitted to EcoMod2015, Boston College, July 15-17, 2015.

Task 4.4: Public acceptability of climate change mitigation and adaptation related policies.

Ambec, S., Garapin, A., Muller, L., Reynaud, A., and Sebi, C. (2014). Comparing regulations to protect the commons: An experimental investigation. Environmental and Resource Economics, 58(2), 219–244.

Auffhammer, M. (2014). Cooling china: The weather dependence of air conditioner adoption. Frontiers of Economics in China, 9(1), 70–84.

Benchekroun, H. and Van Long, N. (2014). Game theoretic modeling in environmental and resource economics. In Handbook of Regional Science, pages 951–971. Springer.

Bohringer, C., Rutherford, T. F., Tarr, D. G., and Turdyeva, N. (2014). The environmental implications of Russia’s accession to the world trade organization. Policy Research Working Paper Series 6957, The World Bank.

Bosetti, V., Heugues, M., & Tavoni, A. (2015). Luring others into climate action: Coalition formation games with threshold and spillover effects. Working paper no. 176, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment.

Cairns, R. (2014a). The green paradox of the economics of exhaustible resources. Energy Policy, 65, 78–85.

Carraro, C., De Cian, E., and Tavoni, M. (2014). Human capital, innovation, and climate policy: An integrated assessment. Environmental Modeling and Assessment, 19(2), 85–98.

Grafton, R., Pittock, J., Williams, J., Jiang, Q., Possingham, H., and Quiggin, J. (2014). Water planning and hydro-climatic change in the murray-darling basin, Australia. Ambio, pages 1–11.

Hickford, A. J., Nicholls, R. J., Otto, A., Hall, J. W., Blainey, S. P., Tran, M., & Baruah, P. (2015). Creating an ensemble of future strategies for national infrastructure provision. Futures, 66, 13–24.

Ladoux, N. and Scasny, M. (2014). Energy Price and Redistribution in Czech Republic. TSE Working Papers 14-527, Toulouse School of Economics (TSE).

McKibbin, W. J., Morris, A. C., Wilcoxen, P. J., & Cai, Y. (2015). Carbon taxes and US fiscal reform. National Tax Journal, 68(1), 139–155.

Rohde, C., Rosenow, J., Eyre, N., and Giraudet, L.-G. (2014). Energy saving obligations-cutting the gordian knot of leverage? Energy Efficiency.

Ščasný, M., Massetti, E., Melichar, J., Carrara, S. (2015). Quantifying the ancillary benefits of the Representative Concentration Pathways on air quality in Europe. Environmental & Resource Economics (under review).

Tavoni, A. (2015, forthcoming). Ecology, economics and the management of global environmental commons. Review of Environment, Energy and Economics (Re3).

van der Ploeg, F. (2015). Untapped fossil fuel and the green paradox: A classroom calibration of the optimal carbon tax. Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 2, 185–210.

Van Wijnbergen, S. & Willems, T. (2015). Optimal learning on climate change: Why climate skeptics should reduce emissions. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 70, 17–33.

Yoo, J., Simonit, S., Kinzig, A., and Perrings, C. (2014b). Estimating the price elasticity of residential water demand: The case of Phoenix, Arizona. Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, 36(2), 333–350.