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OnPoint: The Environmental Benefits of Low Natural Gas Prices (And Why That’s Bad for Energy Conservation Policies


Baker Center graduate student and NBER Pre-Doctoral Fellow, Rebecca Davis, offers a short piece looking at the environmental benefits of low natural gas prices and the  impact on energy conservation policies. Environmental Benefits.Davis.12.16

Taken from research done by Scott Holladay,  Baker Fellow and UT Dept. of Economics professor, and Steve Soloway. Davis shows the need for considering energy prices in future research in order to accurately determine the success of an environmental policy.


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