I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of California, Berkeley and a graduate student researcher at the Energy Institute at Haas. I study energy and environment economics and industrial organization. My recent research examines market power in wholesale electricity markets, demand-side energy efficiency programs, and the design of environmental policies. I also develop applied econometric methods for use in my empirical work.
Ph.D. Agricultural and Resource Economics. University of California, Berkeley. 2019 (expected)
M.S. Agricultural and Resource Economics. University of California, Berkeley. 2015
M.S. Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics. The Ohio State University. 2009
B.S. Mechanical Engineering. Kansas State University. 2007
Flexibility and stringency in greenhouse gas regulations. Dallas Burtraw, Matt Woerman, and Alan Krupnick. Environmental and Resource Economics, 63 (2): 225-248. 2016.
Incentives, margins, and cost effectiveness in comprehensive climate policy for the power sector. Anthony Paul, Karen Palmer, and Matt Woerman. Climate Change Economics, 6 (4): 1-27. 2015.
Analysis of the Bingaman Clean Energy Standard proposal. Anthony Paul, Karen Palmer, and Matt Woerman. Resource and Energy Economics, 36 (1): 113-129. 2014.
Economic ideas for a complex climate policy regime. Dallas Burtraw and Matt Woerman. Energy Economics, 40 (Supplement 1): S24-S31. 2013.
Reliability in the U.S. electricity industry under new environmental regulations. Dallas Burtraw, Karen Palmer, Anthony Paul, Blair Beasley, and Matt Woerman. Energy Policy, 62: 1078-1091. 2013.
Modeling a clean energy standard for electricity: Policy design implications for emissions, supply, prices and regions. Anthony Paul, Karen Palmer, and Matt Woerman. Energy Economics, 36: 108-124. 2013.
Cost-effectiveness and economic incidence of a clean energy standard. Bryan K. Mignone, Thomas Alfstad, Aaron Bergman, Kenneth Dubin, Richard Duke, Paul Friley, Andrew Martinez, Matthew Mowers, Karen Palmer, Anthony Paul, Sharon Showalter, Daniel Steinberg, Matt Woerman, and Frances Wood. Economics of Energy and Environmental Policy, 1 (3): 59-86. 2012.
Secular trends, environmental regulations, and electricity markets. Dallas Burtraw, Karen Palmer, Anthony Paul, and Matt Woerman. The Electricity Journal, 25 (6): 35-47. 2012.
Retail electricity price savings from compliance flexibility in GHG standards for stationary sources. Dallas Burtraw, Matt Woerman, and Anthony Paul. Energy Policy, 42: 67-77. 2012.
Strategies for mitigating climate change through energy efficiency: The RFF Haiku electricity market model. Anthony Paul, Matt Woerman, and Karen Palmer. The Energy Journal, 32 (Special Issue): 193-212. 2011.
Federal policies for renewable electricity: Impacts and interactions. Karen Palmer, Anthony Paul, Matt Woerman, and Daniel C. Steinberg. Energy Policy, 39 (7): 3975-3991. 2011.