Pre-Doctoral Fellowship Program in Energy Economics, 2018-2022
This project supports dissertation fellowships for doctoral students in economics who are studying energy markets and policy in the U.S., including energy market design, innovation and productivity in energy markets, the economics of the fracking boom, energy transmission/distribution, infrastructure investment, the effects of regulatory policies on energy supply and demand, energy efficiency, and the economics of renewable energy. Students in fields including industrial economics, international trade, public economics, and innovation economics are encouraged to apply. Each fellowship will offer a stipend for the academic year, a research allowance, and tuition support.
Meredith Fowlie, Co-Principal Investigator
Ryan Kellogg, Co-Principal Investigator