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Explore Our ETM Program

One-year Masters degree in Engineering & Technology Management (ETM) – Building leaders for technology-focused enterprises

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What’s killing coal?

The effects of natural gas abundance and renewables on coal-fired plants

Professors Harrison Fell and Dan Kaffine (CU, Boulder) examine the joint impact of natural gas prices and wind generation on coal generation.

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Predicting Bidding Behaviors: Offshore Bidding Model Improves Quality of Bid Decisions

Michael Walls and Michael Heeley analyze petroleum bidding activity in the Gulf of Mexico-providing predictive models to improve bid decisions.

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The Effect of the Winter Fuel Payment on Renewable Installation

Professor Ian Lange and his collaborators show the Winter Fuel Payment, a transfer meant to help older households stay warm in the winter, has distortionary effects on the market for renewable technologies.

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Mining and Energy in Central America

Graham Davis collaborates with several researchers from Central America to plot a path forward regarding public policy for mining and oil production.

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Carbon Policy and the Structure of Global Trade

Ed Balistreri, Christoph Bohringer (University of Oldenburg), and Thomas Rutherford (University of Wisconsin) consider alternative trade structures and their impact on carbon leakage and resulting policy burdens.

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Upcoming Events

Research Seminar
Shanjun Li, Cornell University, "Better Lucky Than Rich? Welfare Analysis of Automobile License Allocations in Beijing and Shanghai;
Brown Bag Lunch Seminar
EB sponsors Energy and Environment brown-bag seminar at noon in EH 211
Research Seminar
Alexander James, University of Alaska, Anchorage - sponsored by Coulter Foundation "There Will Be Blood: Crime Rates in Shale-Rich U.S. Counties"
EB's Presidential Visiting Committee
Distinguished academics and industry representatives visit EB to provide evaluation and advice on strategic direction.

The EB Experience

The Division of Economics & Business offers a variety of graduate and undergraduate degree programs. We invite you to take a moment and explore our program offerings.


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