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Workplace:The Johns Hopkins University - Department of Geography & Environmental Engineering
Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge, (more information at EDIRC)

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Working Papers

2012

  1. Dynamic Long-Term Modelling of Generation Capacity Investment and Capacity Margins: a GB Market Case Study
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads

2011

  1. Congestion Management in European Power Networks: Criteria to Assess the Available Options
    Discussion Papers of DIW Berlin, DIW Berlin, German Institute for Economic Research Downloads View citations (16)
  2. Integrating short-term demand response into long-term investment planning
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads View citations (7)
  3. Planning electricity transmission to accommodate renewables: Using two-stage programming to evaluate flexibility and the cost of disregarding uncertainty
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads View citations (7)
  4. Renewable Electric Energy Integration: Quantifying the Value of Design of Markets for International Transmission Capacity
    Discussion Papers of DIW Berlin, DIW Berlin, German Institute for Economic Research Downloads View citations (20)
    See also Journal Article in Energy Economics (2013)
  5. Strategic Eurasian Natural Gas Model for Energy Security (Revised 6 April 2011)
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads View citations (3)

2010

  1. Locational-based Coupling of Electricity Markets: Benefits from Coordinating Unit Commitment and Balancing Markets
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads View citations (1)
    See also Journal Article in Journal of Regulatory Economics (2011)
  2. Upstream vs. Downstream CO2 Trading: A Comparison for the Electricity Context
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads View citations (4)
    Also in Staff General Research Papers Archive, Iowa State University, Department of Economics (2010) View citations (6)

    See also Journal Article in Energy Policy (2010)

2009

  1. When It Comes to Demand Response, is FERC Its Own Worst Enemy?
    Staff General Research Papers Archive, Iowa State University, Department of Economics View citations (16)
    See also Journal Article in The Electricity Journal (2009)

2007

  1. Long-Run Equilibrium Modeling of Alternative Emissions Allowance Allocation Systems in Electric Power Markets
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads View citations (2)

2005

  1. The More Cooperation, the More Competition? A Cournot Analysis of the Benefits of Electric Market Coupling
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads View citations (31)
    See also Journal Article in The Energy Journal (2005)

2004

  1. Network-constrained models of liberalized electricity markets: the devil is in the details
    Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge Downloads View citations (1)

1988

  1. Price adjustments in oligopolistic markets: The impact of lags in customer response
    CORE Discussion Papers, Université catholique de Louvain, Center for Operations Research and Econometrics (CORE) View citations (1)

Journal Articles

2016

  1. Expert survey on capacity markets in the US: Lessons for the EU
    Utilities Policy, 2016, 38, (C), 11-17 Downloads View citations (11)
  2. New bounding and decomposition approaches for MILP investment problems: Multi-area transmission and generation planning under policy constraints
    European Journal of Operational Research, 2016, 248, (3), 888-898 Downloads View citations (16)

2015

  1. Impacts of climate change on power sector NOx emissions: A long-run analysis of the US mid-atlantic region
    Energy Policy, 2015, 84, (C), 11-21 Downloads View citations (4)
  2. Market power in power markets: an analysis of residual demand curves in Californias day-ahead energy market (1998-2000)
    The Energy Journal, 2015, Volume 36, (Number 2) Downloads View citations (1)

2014

  1. Strategic Eurasian natural gas market model for energy security and policy analysis: Formulation and application to South Stream
    Energy Economics, 2014, 44, (C), 198-211 Downloads View citations (18)

2013

  1. Approximations in power transmission planning: implications for the cost and performance of renewable portfolio standards
    Journal of Regulatory Economics, 2013, 43, (3), 305-338 Downloads View citations (38)
  2. Renewable electric energy integration: Quantifying the value of design of markets for international transmission capacity
    Energy Economics, 2013, 40, (C), 760-772 Downloads View citations (50)
    See also Working Paper (2011)

2012

  1. Sustainability and reliability assessment of microgrids in a regional electricity market
    Energy, 2012, 41, (1), 192-202 Downloads View citations (24)
  2. The economics of planning electricity transmission to accommodate renewables: Using two-stage optimisation to evaluate flexibility and the cost of disregarding uncertainty
    Energy Economics, 2012, 34, (6), 2089-2101 Downloads View citations (56)
  3. The impact of power market structure on CO2 cost pass-through to electricity prices under quantity competition – A theoretical approach
    Energy Economics, 2012, 34, (4), 1143-1152 Downloads View citations (23)

2011

  1. Interactions between energy security and climate change: A focus on developing countries
    Energy Policy, 2011, 39, (6), 3750-3756 Downloads View citations (12)
  2. Locational-based coupling of electricity markets: benefits from coordinating unit commitment and balancing markets
    Journal of Regulatory Economics, 2011, 39, (3), 223-251 Downloads View citations (17)
    See also Working Paper (2010)

2010

  1. Analysis of multi-pollutant policies for the U.S. power sector under technology and policy uncertainty using MARKAL
    Energy, 2010, 35, (12), 5430-5442 Downloads View citations (25)
  2. Policymaking benefits and limitations from using financial methods and modelling in electricity markets
    Energy Economics, 2010, 32, (4), 749-750 Downloads View citations (1)
  3. Risk aversion and CO2 regulatory uncertainty in power generation investment: Policy and modeling implications
    Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 2010, 60, (3), 193-208 Downloads View citations (34)
  4. Strategies for carbon dioxide emissions reductions: Residential natural gas efficiency, economic, and ancillary health impacts in Maryland
    Energy Policy, 2010, 38, (11), 6926-6935 Downloads View citations (1)
  5. The Impact of the EU ETS on Prices, Profits and Emissions in the Power Sector: Simulation Results with the COMPETES EU20 Model
    Environmental & Resource Economics, 2010, 47, (1), 23-44 Downloads View citations (32)
  6. The role of energy efficiency spending in Maryland's implementation of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative
    Energy Policy, 2010, 38, (11), 6820-6829 Downloads View citations (5)
  7. Upstream vs. downstream CO2 trading: A comparison for the electricity context
    Energy Policy, 2010, 38, (7), 3632-3643 Downloads View citations (4)
    See also Working Paper (2010)

2009

  1. A Dynamic Simulation of Market Power in the Liberalised European Natural Gas Market
    The Energy Journal, 2009, Volume 30, (Special Issue), 119-136 Downloads View citations (13)
  2. When It Comes to Demand Response, Is FERC Its Own Worst Enemy?
    The Electricity Journal, 2009, 22, (8), 9-18 Downloads View citations (19)
    See also Working Paper (2009)

2008

  1. Economic and energy impacts from participation in the regional greenhouse gas initiative: A case study of the State of Maryland
    Energy Policy, 2008, 36, (6), 2279-2289 Downloads View citations (20)
  2. Future evolution of the liberalised European gas market: Simulation results with a dynamic model
    Energy, 2008, 33, (7), 989-1004 Downloads View citations (43)
  3. Implications of CO 2 emissions trading for short-run electricity market outcomes in northwest Europe
    Journal of Regulatory Economics, 2008, 34, (3), 251-281 Downloads View citations (36)
  4. Market power in the European electricity market--The impacts of dry weather and additional transmission capacity
    Energy Policy, 2008, 36, (4), 1331-1343 Downloads View citations (20)
  5. Natural gas corridors between the EU and its main suppliers: Simulation results with the dynamic GASTALE model
    Energy Policy, 2008, 36, (6), 1890-1906 Downloads View citations (39)
  6. Towards a complete real-time electricity market design
    Journal of Regulatory Economics, 2008, 34, (3), 220-250 Downloads View citations (1)

2006

  1. Leader-Follower Equilibria for Electric Power and NO x Allowances Markets
    Computational Management Science, 2006, 3, (4), 307-330 Downloads View citations (20)

2005

  1. Efficient market-clearing prices in markets with nonconvexities
    European Journal of Operational Research, 2005, 164, (1), 269-285 Downloads View citations (68)
  2. Network-constrained Cournot models of liberalized electricity markets: the devil is in the details
    Energy Economics, 2005, 27, (3), 495-525 Downloads View citations (86)
  3. The More Cooperation, The More Competition? A Cournot Analysis of the Benefits of Electric Market Coupling
    The Energy Journal, 2005, Volume 26, (Number 4), 69-98 Downloads View citations (32)
    See also Working Paper (2005)

2004

  1. Trading in the Downstream European Gas Market: A Successive Oligopoly Approach
    The Energy Journal, 2004, Volume 25, (Number 3), 73-102 Downloads View citations (66)

2003

  1. The use of multi-criteria decision-making methods in the integrated assessment of climate change: implications for IA practitioners
    Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, 2003, 37, (4), 289-316 Downloads View citations (19)

2002

  1. Using a Bayesian Approach to Quantify Scale Compatibility Bias
    Management Science, 2002, 48, (12), 1555-1568 Downloads View citations (2)

2001

  1. Installed Capacity Requirements and Price Caps: Oil on the Water, or Fuel on the Fire?
    The Electricity Journal, 2001, 14, (6), 23-34 Downloads View citations (21)

2000

  1. Evaluation of a Truthful Revelation Auction in the Context of Energy Markets with Nonconcave Benefits
    Journal of Regulatory Economics, 2000, 18, (1), 5-32 Downloads View citations (21)

1999

  1. Understanding how market power can arise in network competition: a game theoretic approach
    Utilities Policy, 1999, 8, (3), 139-158 Downloads View citations (25)

1997

  1. Building public confidence in energy planning: a multimethod MCDM approach to demand-side planning at BC gas
    Energy Policy, 1997, 25, (3), 357-375 Downloads View citations (38)

1995

  1. Environmental policies and their effects on utility planning and operations
    Energy, 1995, 20, (4), 255-271 Downloads View citations (7)
  2. Optimization methods for electric utility resource planning
    European Journal of Operational Research, 1995, 83, (1), 1-20 Downloads View citations (93)

1994

  1. Emission Costs, Consumer Bypass and Efficient Pricing of Electricity
    The Energy Journal, 1994, Volume15, (Number 3), 43-54 Downloads View citations (2)
  2. Optimal expansion of energy efficiency programs
    Resource and Energy Economics, 1994, 16, (1), 1-24 Downloads

1993

  1. An Integrated Resource Planning model considering customer value, emissions, and regional economic impacts
    Energy, 1993, 18, (11), 1153-1160 Downloads View citations (5)

1992

  1. Environmental adders and emissions trading: Oil and water?
    The Electricity Journal, 1992, 5, (7), 26-34 Downloads
  2. Using game theory to analyze electric transmission pricing policies in the United States
    European Journal of Operational Research, 1992, 56, (2), 154-171 Downloads View citations (12)
  3. What's flexibility worth? The enticing case of natural gas cofiring
    The Electricity Journal, 1992, 5, (2), 37-47 Downloads View citations (1)

1991

  1. The "Most Value" Test: Economic Evaluation of Electricity Demand-Side Management Considering Customer Value
    The Energy Journal, 1991, Volume 12, (Number 2), 67-92 Downloads View citations (4)

1990

  1. A decision analysis of the effect of uncertainty upon electric utility planning
    Energy, 1990, 15, (9), 785-801 Downloads View citations (3)
  2. Application of a multiobjective electric power production costing model to the U.S. acid rain problem
    Engineering Costs and Production Economics, 1990, 20, (2), 241-251 Downloads

1989

  1. Assessing conservation payments: Least-cost, least-rates, or most-value?
    The Electricity Journal, 1989, 2, (6), 28-39 Downloads View citations (1)
  2. The generalized "most-value" criterion: "Least-cost" is still not "most-value"
    The Electricity Journal, 1989, 2, (10), 52-55 Downloads

1986

  1. Mill Pricing versus Spatial Price Discrimination under Bertrand and Cournot Spatial Competition
    Journal of Industrial Economics, 1986, 35, (2), 173-91 Downloads View citations (18)

1982

  1. Spatial Price Duopoly under Uniform Delivered Pricing
    Journal of Industrial Economics, 1982, 31, (1-2), 175-87 Downloads View citations (8)
 
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