Dallas Burtraw is one of the nation’s foremost experts on environmental regulation in the electricity sector. For two decades, he has worked on creating a more efficient and politically rational method for controlling air pollution. He also studies electricity restructuring, competition, and economic deregulation. He is particularly interested in incentive-based approaches for environmental regulation, the most notable of which is a tradable permit system, and recently has studied ways to introduce greater cost-effectiveness into regulation under the Clean Air Act.
Posts by Dallas Burtraw:
- Two World Views on Carbon Revenues
- What Value Does a Potential Pacific Coast Carbon Price Have?
- Technology Flexibility and Stringency for Greenhouse Gas Regulations
- Cap and Trade in California: Cost Management
- Climate Policy in California: What It Means for the State and Beyond
- Mercury and Air Toxics Standards Analysis Deconstructed: Changing Assumptions, Changing Results
- Deconstructing the Expected Impact of the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards
- Linking Carbon Markets Offers More Than Economic Benefits
- Aligning Carbon Markets: The Case of California and the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative
- Thinking Like an Economist within the Complex Climate Policy Regime