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Christopher Knittel

William Barton Rogers Professor of Energy Economics, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Christopher Knittel is the William Barton Rogers Professor of Energy and a Professor of Applied Economics at the MIT Sloan School of Management.

Prior to MIT Sloan, Knittel taught at the University of California, Davis, and at Boston University. His research focuses on industrial organization, environmental economics, and applied econometrics...

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Applied Economics

General Expertise:
Automobile; Automobile Industry; Banking Industry; Electricity; Electricity Industry; Energy Economics; Environmental Economics; Industrial Organization; Oil; Oil Industry

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Contact Information:

Office: E62-525




Support Staff:

Name: Dagmar Trantinova

Tel: (617) 253-9748


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Climate Change Policy that Makes Economic Sense

Date Added: April 18, 2013

Climate change policy can be complex, expensive to implement, and have unintended negative consequences on the environment. Focusing on the economics... more

Energy efficiency needs more research: Column

Date Added: March 25, 2013

Before we spend much more government money pushing energy efficiency, we need more rigorous analysis to identify where consumers are systematically... more

Guest Column: Project helps fill energy info void

Date Added: March 07, 2013

The same is true when designing energy efficiency laws and programs. Before we spend too much more government money pushing energy efficiency, we... more

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