Member Login

Conservation and Energy Efficiency

Publications About Publications IAEE Energy Blog Contact IAEE Vice President for Publications & Headquarters

(DSM, conservation, efficiency standards)

Economic Implication of Mandated Efficiency for Household Appliances, by Daniel J. Khazzoom, 1(4) 1980, 21-39

Analysis of Department of Energy Residential Appliance Efficiency Standards, by Raymond S. Hartman, 2(3) 1981, 49-70

Comment on "Economic Implications of Mandated Efficiency Standards for Household Appliances," by Stanley M. Besen and Leland L. Johnson, 3(1) 1982, 110-116

Economic Implications of Mandated Efficiency Standards for Household Appliances: An Extension, by Michael Einhorn, 3(1) 1982, 103-109

Energy Efficiency and Productive Efficiency: Some Thoughts Based on American Experience, by Sam H. Schurr, 3(3) 1982, 3-14

Response to Besen and Johnson's Comment on "Economic Implications of Mandated Efficiency Standards for Household Appliances," by Daniel Khazzoom, 3(1) 1982, 117-124

What Role Can Utilities Play in Energy Conservation Programs?, by Irvin M. Stelzer, 3(1) 1982, 90-95

Economics of Utility Residential Energy Conservation Programs: A Pacific Northwest Example, by Eric Hirst and Richard Goeltz, 5(3) 1984, 159-169

Effectiveness of Building Energy Performance Standards to Curtail Household Energy Demand: A Theoretical Analysis, by Vijay K. Mathur, 5(1) 1984, 99-114

Energy Conservation in the United Kingdom: A Major Industrial Opportunity, by Jane Carter, 5(1) 1984, 149-158

FEA Efficiency Standards and Energy Usage: Resolving Khazzoom Versus Besen and Johnson, by Michael Einhorn, 5(1) 1984, 173-176

Importance of Technology and Fuel Choice in the Analysis of Utility-Sponsored Conservation Strategies for Residential Water Heating, by Raymond S. Hartman, 5(3) 1984, 99-118

Public Willingness to Invest in Household Weatherization, by Marvin E. Olsen and Christopher Cluett, 5(1) 1984, 165-168

Summer Time and Electricity Conservation: The Israeli Case, by Haim Shore, 5(2) 1984, 53-70

Modeling Energy Conservation Programs: An Application to Natural Gas Utilities, by Adam Rose, 6(4) 1985, 87-103

Realized Savings from Residential Conservation Activity, by Frederick D. Sebold and Eric W. Fox, 6(2) 1985, 73-88

Will Mandatory Conservation Promote Energy Efficiency in the Selection of Household Appliance Stocks?, by Jeffrey A. Dubin, 7(1) 1986, 99-118

Behavior of the Market for Energy Efficiency in Residential Appliances Including Heating and Cooling Equipment, by Henry Ruderman, Mark D. Levine, and James E. McMahon, 8(1) 1987, 101-124

Demand for InsulationA Study in the Household Demand for Conservation, by J. Daniel Khazzoom, 8(3) 1987, 73-92

Direct Investment in Conservation Measures by a Public Utility, by Anthony M. Marino and Joseph Sicilian, 8(2) 1987, 137-146

Energy and Economic Effects of Utility Financial Incentive Programs: The BPA Residential Weatherization Program, by Eric Hirst, 8(2) 1987, 97-110

Energy Saving Resulting from the Adoption of More Efficient Appliances, by J. Daniel Khazzoom, 8(4) 1987, 85-89

Responses to Energy Efficiency Regulations, by Frederick C. Bold, 8(2) 1987, 111-123

Energy Conservation versus Supply Strategies: Implications for Industrial Policy, by Bernard Bourgeois, Patrick Criqui, and Jacques Percebois, 9(3) 1988, 99-111

Energy Saving from the Adoption of More Efficient Appliances: Another View, by Amory B. Lovins, 9(2) 1988, 155-162

Energy Saving from the Adoption of More Efficient Appliances: A Follow-up, by John Henly, Henry Ruderman, and Mark D. Levine, 9(2) 1988, 163-170

Incentives for Energy Conservation in the Commercial and Industrial Sectors, by Kenneth E. Train, 9(3) 1988, 113-128

Energy Savings from More Efficient Appliances: A Rejoinder, by J. Daniel Khazzoom, 10(1) 1989, 157-166.

Incidence of Welfare Losses Due to Appliance Efficiency Standards, by Mark F. Morss, 10(1) 1989, 111-118.

Energy Efficiency and Capital Embodied Technical Change: The Case of Mexican Cement Manufacturing, by Thomas Sterner, 11(2) 1990, 155-167

Flexibility Benefits of Demand Side Programs in Electric Utility Planning, by Eric Hirst, 11(1) 1990, 151-165

Market Barriers to Energy Efficiency Investments, by Ronald J. Sutherland, 12(3) 1991, 15-34

Most Value Test: Economic Evaluation of Electricity and Demand-Side-Management Considering Customer Value, by Benjamin F. Hobbs, 12(2) 1991, 67-91

Testing for Barriers to Energy Conservation: An Application of a Vintage Model, by Alan Ingham, James Maw, and Alistair Ulph, 12(4) 1991, 41-64

Price and Cost Impacts of Utility DSM Programs, by Eric Hirst, 13(4) 1992, 75-90

What Does a Negawatt Really Cost?: Evidence from Utility Conservation Programs, by Paul L. Joskow and Donald B. Marron, 13(4) 1992, 41-74

Appliance Standards and the Welfare of Poor Families, by Steven Stoft, 14(4) 1993, 123-128

How Big is the Electricity Conservation Potential in Industry?, by Mark Jaccard, John Nyboer and Alan Fogwill, 14(2) 1993, 139-156

Measuring the Energy Efficiency and Productivity Gains of Embodied Technical Change (David Wood Memorial Issue) by Ernst Berndt, Charles Kolstad and Jong-Kun Lee, 14(1) 1993, 33-56

Energy Efficiency Investments and Public Policy, by Adam Jaffe and Robert Stavins, 15(2) 1994, 43-66

Income Distribution Effects of Electric Utility DSM Programs, by Ronald J. Sutherland, 15(4) 1994, 103-118

LDC Cooperation in World Oil Conservation Policies by Stephen Brown and Hillard G. Huntington (Special Issue: The Changing World Petroleum Market) 1994, 310-328

Three Biases in Cost-Efficiency Tests of Utility Energy Efficiency Programs, by Steven Braithwait and Douglas Caves, 15(1) 1994, 95-120

Weighting Nonrandom Samples in Voluntary Energy Conservation Program Evaluation, by Michael Ozog and Donald Waldman, 15(1) 1994, 129-141

Cold Hands, Warm Hearth?: Climate, Net Takeback, and Household Comfort, by Peter M. Schwarz and Thomas N. Taylor, 16(1) 1995, 41-54

Rebates, Loans, and Customers' Choice of Appliance Efficiency Level: Combining Stated- and Revealed-Preference Data, by Kenneth Train and Terry Atherton, 16(1) 1995, 55-70

Regrets or No RegretsThat is the Question: Is Conservation a Costless

CO2 Mitigation Strategy?, by Adam Rose and Shih-Mo Lin, 16(3) 1995, 67-88

Economics of Conserved-Energy `Supply' Curves, by Steven Stoft, 16(4) 1995, 109-140

The Total Cost and Measured Performance of Utility-Sponsored Energy Efficiency Programs, by Joseph Eto, Edward Vine, Leslie Shown, Richard Sonnenblick and Chris Payne, 17(1) 1996, 31-52.

Social Benefits of Financial Investment Support in Energy Conservation Policy, by Torleif Haugland, 17(2) 1996, 79-102.

An Actions-Based Estimate of the Free Rider Fraction in Electric Utility DSM Programs, by Eric Malm, 17(3) 1996, 41-48.

How Many Kilowatts are in a Negawatt?: Verifying Ex Post Estimates of Utility Conservation Impacts at the Regional Level, by Paul W. Parfomak and Lester B. Lave, 17(4) 1996, 59-88.

Identifying Distributed Generation and Demand Side Management Investment Opportunities, by Thomas E. Hoff, 17(4) 1996, 89-106.

Pollution Control and Energy Conservation: Complements or Antagonists? A Study of Gasoline Taxes and Automobile Fuel Economy Standards, by Molly Espey, 18(2) 1997, 23-38.

Impact of Pay-at-the-Pump on Safety Through Enhanced Vehicle Fuel Efficiency, by J. Daniel Khazzoom, 18(3) 1997, 103-133.

Barriers to Energy-Efficiency in Electricity Generation in India, by Madhu Khanna and David Zilberman, 20(1), 1999, 25-42.

The Economics of Energy Market Transformation Programs, by Richard Duke and Daniel M. Kammen, 20(4), 1999, 15-64.

Fuel Economy Rebound Effect for U.S. Household Vehicles, by David L. Greene, James Kahn and Robert Gibson, 20(3), 1999, 1-32.

A Note: Will Tomorrow's Energy Efficiency Indices Prove Useful in Economic Studies? by Jay Zarnikau, 20(3), 1999, 139-145.

Productivity Trends in India's Energy Intensive Industries, by Joyashree Roy, Jayant Sathaye, Alan Sanstad, Puran Mongia, and Katja Schumacher, 20(3), 1999, 33-62.

Why has the Energy-Output Ratio Fallen in China? by Richard Garbaccio, Mun S. Ho and Dale Jorgenson, 20(3), 1999, 63-91.

Lessons from Utility Conservation Programs, by Franz Wirl, 21(1) 2000, 87-108.

Where Did the Money Go? The Cost and Performance of the Largest Commercial Sector DSM Programs, by Joseph Eto, Suzie Kito, Leslie Shown, and Richard Sonnenblick, 21(2) 2000, 23-49.

Economic Indicators of Market Transformation: Energy Efficient Lighting and EPA's Green Lights, by Marvin J. Horowitz, 22(4) 2001, 95-122

Greenhouse Gas Reduction Policy in the United States: Identifying Winners and Losers in an Expanded Permit Trading System, by Adam Z. Rose and Gbadebo Oladosu, 23(1) 2002, 1-18

Early Emission Reduction Programs: An Application to CO2 Policy, by Ian W.H. Parry and Michael A. Toman, 23(1) 2002, 73-96

Interfuel Substitution within Industrial Companies - An Analysis Based on Panel Data at Company Level, by Thomas Bue Bjørner and Henrik Holm Jensen, 23(2) 2002, 27-50

The Curious Role of "Learning" in Climate Policy: Should We Wait for More Data? by Mort Webster, 23(2) 2002, 97-119

The Kyoto Mechansims and Russian Climate Politics (Arild Moe and Kristian Tangen), book review by Carol Dahl, 23(2) 2002, 123-125

Energy Price, Environmental Policy, and Technological Bias, by Abbas A. Taheri and Rodney Stevenson, 23(4) 2002, 85-108

A Policy of Discontent: The Making of a National Energy Strategy (Vito A. Stagliano), book review by Carol Dahl, 23(4) 2002, 109-111

Energy and Environment: Multiregulation in Europe (Piotr Jasinski and Wolfgang Pfaffenberger), book review by Aggei Semonov, 23(4) 2002, 115-117

Alternating Currents: Electricity Markets and Public Policy (Tim Brennan, Karen Palmer and Salvador Martinez), book review by Peter VanDoren, 23(4) 2002, 118-120

The Effect of the Energy Policy and Conservation Act (EPCA Regulation on Petroleum Product Prices, 1976-1981, by Robert P. Rogers, 24(2) 2003, 63-94

Are Differentiated Carbon Taxes Inefficient? A General Equilibrium Analysis, by Brita Bye and Karine Nyborg, 24(2) 2003, 95-112

The Role of Knowledge: Technological Innovation in the Energy System, by Robert W. Fri, 24(4) 2003, 51-74

Improving Long-Range Energy Modeling: A Plea for Historical Retrospectives, by Jonathan Koomey, Paul Craig, Ashok Gadgil and David Lorenzetti, 24(4) 2003, 75-92

Energy and Economic Development: An Assessment of the State of Knowledge, by Michael A. Toman and Barbora Jemelkova, 24(4) 2003, 93-112

The Effects of Information on Residential Demand for Electricity, by Isamu Matsukawa 25(1) 2004, 1-18

Demand-Side Management and Energy Efficiency in the United States, by David S. Loughran and Jonathan Kulick 25(1) 2004, 19-43.

The Mechanisms for Autonomous Energy Efficiency Increases: A Cointegration Analysis of the US Energy/GDP Ratio, by Robert K. Kaufmann 25(1) 2004, 63-86

A Note on Fisher Ideal Index Decomposition for Structural Change in Energy Intensity, by Gale A. Boyd and Joseph M. Roop 25(1) 2004, 87-100

Oil Price Shocks and the Macroeconomy: What Has Been Learned Since 1996, by Donald W. Jones, Paul N. Leiby and Inja K. Paik , 25(2) 2004, 1-32

Is International Emissions Trading Always Beneficial?, by Mustafa Babiker, John Reilly, and Laurent Viguier, 25(2) 2004, 33-56

EnronOnline and Informational Efficiency in the U.S. Natural Gas Market, by Donald Murry and Zhen Zhu, 25(2) 2004, 57-74

OPEC's Incentives for Faster Output Growth, by Dermot Gately, 25(2) 2004, 75-96

The Impact of Changes in Crude Oil Prices and Offshore Oil Production on the Economic Performance of U.S. Coastal Gulf States, by Omowumi Iledare and Williams O. Olatubi, 25(2) 2004, 97-113.

Electricity Intensity in the Commercial Sector: Market and Public Program Effects,Marvin J. Horowitz, 25(2) 2004, 115-137

Motor Vehicle Fuel Efficiency and Traffic Fatalities, by Robert B. Noland, 25(4) 2004, 1-22

Price Asymmetry in Energy Demand Models: A Proxy for Energy-Saving Technical Change? by James M. Griffin and Craig T. Shulman, 26(2) 2005, 1-22

Electricity Distribution in the UK and Japan: A Comparative Efficiency Analysis 1985-1998, by Toru Hattori, Tooraj Jamasb and Michael Pollitt, 26(2) 2005, 23-48

Does Oil Price Uncertainty Affect Energy Use? by Gerard H. Kuper and Daan P. van Soest, 27(1) 2006, 55-78

Impacts of the European Emissions Trading Scheme Directive and Permit Assignment Methods on the Spanish Electricity Sector, by Pedro Linares, Francisco Javier Santos, Mariano Ventosa, Luis Lapiedra, 27(1) 2006, 79-98

Emissions Trading, CDM, JI, and More - The Climate Strategy on the EU, by Gernot Klepper and Sonja Peterson, 27(2) 2006, 1-26

Carbon Abatement Costs: Why the Wide Range of Estimates? by Carolyn Fischer and Richard D. Morgenstern, 27(2) 2006, 73-86

Options and Instruments for a Deep Cut in CO2 Emissions: Carbon Capture or Renewables, Taxes or Subsidies? by Reyer Gerlagh and Bob van der Zwaan, 27(3) 2006, 25-48

The Timing of Biological Carbon Sequestration and Carbon Abatement in the Energy Sector Under Optimal Strategies Against Climate Risks, by Vincent Gitz, Jean-Charles Hourcade, and Philippe Ciais, 27(3) 2006, 113-134

Modeling Economy-wide vs Sectoral Climate Policies Using Combined Aggregate-Sectoral Models, by William Pizer, Dallas Burtraw, Winston Harrington, Richard Newell, and James Sanchirico, 27(3) 2006, 135-168

Fuel Efficiency and Motor Vehicle Travel: The Declining Rebound Effect, by Kenneth Small and Kurt Van Dender, 28(1) 2007, 25-52

Informational Efficiency and Interchange Transactions in Alberta’s Electricity Market, by Mattia Bianchi and Apostolos Serletis, 28(3) 2007, 121-144

Should Automobile Fuel Economy Standards be Tightened? by Carolyn Fischer and Winston Harrington, and Ian W.H. Parry, 28(4) 2007, 1-30

Household Energy Demand and the Equity and Efficiency Aspects of Subsidy Reform in Indonesia, by Susan Olivia and John Gibson, 29(1) 2008, 21-40

Estimating Plant Level Energy Efficiency with a Stochastic Frontier, by Gale A. Boyd, 29(2) 2008, 23-44

Demand-Side Management and Energy Efficiency Revisited, Maximilian Auffhammer, Carl Blumstein and Meredith Fowlie, 29(3) 2008, 91-104

Identifying the Rebound: Evidence from a German Household Panel, by Manuel Frondel, Jorg Peters, and Colin Vance, 29(4) 2008, 145-164

Willingness to Pay for Energy Conservation and Free-Ridership on Subsidization: Evidence from Germany, by Peter Grösche and Colin Vance 30(2) 2009, 135-154

Interregional Sharing of Conservation Targets in China: Efficiency and Equity by Adam Rose and Dan Wei, 30(4) 2009, 81-112