My research currently centers on using a wide variety of economic tools to study energy and environmental economics and policy. My dissertation research focuses on integrating petroleum-engineering knowledge into economic models of crude oil and natural gas extraction. I am also currently studying collective-action problems using experimental economics.
Drill-bit PArity: the increasing importance of supply-side links in oil and gas markets with Benjamin Gilbert Link
decomposing natural gas price elasticity of supply: an analysis of drilling and production in wyoming with Charles F. Mason