Workshop on Energy and Environmental Research
UH Mānoa is particularly strong in energy, environment and resource policy, which often requires interdisciplinary research. This workshop is organized by UHERO and facilitates interaction among faculty and graduate students in UHERO, Economics, Engineering, NREM, DURP, SOEST and more. We also hope to draw participation from visitors and professional economists and policy analysts around the State. Work in progress is strongly encouraged!
Seminars will take place at the Miller Room. The seminar can also be attended online via Zoom on Mondays from 12:00pm – 1:15pm. Subscribe to the WEER mailing list to receive the Zoom link and further information on upcoming sessions.
Real Time Pricing and the Cost of Clean Power
Karl Dunkle Werner (UC Berkeley) and Stephen Jarvis (London School of Economics)
Rate of Return Regulation Revisited
Minh Nguyen (UH Mānoa, Economics)
Perceived risk of natural disasters and firm performance: Evidence from self-reported exposure to natural disaster risks in Form 10-K filings
John Lynham (UH Mānoa, Economics)
Spillover Benefits from the World’s Largest Marine Protected Area (Recently published in Science)
Donkyu Park (UH Mānoa, Economics)
How Did Expiration of Korea-Japan Fishery Agreement Affect Korea’s Hairtail Catch?
Ian Rees (UH Mānoa, Economics)
The Effect of Natural Disasters on GDP: A case study of two disasters affecting Hawaii County in 2018