Lorna A. Greening, PhD in Economics, Colorado School of Mines
Currently, Lorna is co-editor of Energy Policy, an international peer-reviewed journal addressing the policy implications of energy supply and use from their economic, social, planning and environmental aspects. She is also an associate editor and a member of the Board of Energy Economics which is one of the 50 top-ranked economics journals. She has been a special issue editor for Energy Economics (Industrial Energy Consumption) and for Energy (Demand Response Resources). She has published in Energy Economics, Journal of Regulatory Economics, Energy Policy, Applied Economics, Energy, Environmental Assessment and Modeling, and in the International Handbook of Energy Economics.
- Energy and natural resource economist
- Greenhouse gas mitigation and regulation policies
- Generation technologies
Greening, L.A. 2010. “Demand response resources: Who is responsible for implementation in a deregulated market?” Energy 35: 1518-1525.
Greening, L.A., and C. Bataille. 2009. “Bottom-up models of energy: Across the spectrum.” The International Handbook of Energy Economics, ed. J. Evans and L.C. Hunt, pgs. 257-284.
Greening, L.A. and S. Bernow. 2004. “Design of coordinated energy and environmental policies: Use of multi-criteria decision making.” Energy Policy 32: 721-735.
Greening, L.A. 2004. “Effects of human behavior on aggregate carbon intensity of personal transportation: Comparison of 10 OECD countries for the period 1970-1993.” Energy Economics, 26 (1): 1-30.
Greening, L.A., M. Ting, and T.J. Krackler. 2001. “Effects of changes in residential end uses and behavior on aggregate carbon intensity: comparison of 10 OECD countries for the period 1970 through 1993.” Energy Economics 23(2): 153-178.
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