University of Michigan
Catherine Hausman is an Assistant Professor at the Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. Her research interests are at the intersection of environmental and energy economics. Hausman's research has looked at the value of electricity transmission, the impacts of nuclear plant closures, the effect of electricity market deregulation on nuclear power safety, and land use change associated with biofuels production. Hausman received her BA from the University of Minnesota and her MS and PhD from the University of California, Berkeley. Prior to her graduate work, she studied in Peru under a Fulbright grant.
Articles by Catherine Hausman:
The value of electricity transmission: Evidence from a power plant closure
16 June 2014, 7545 reads
Prices vs quantities in the great trade collapse: New evidence
27 August 2010, 12926 reads