Noonan, Douglas,  Lin-Han Chiang Hsieh, and Daniel Matisoff. “Economic, sociological, and neighbor dimensions of energy efficiency adoption behaviors: Evidence from the U.S residential heating and air conditioning market.” Energy Research and Social Science, v10: 102 – 113, 2015.

Matisoff, Daniel. (2015).  Sources of specification errors in the assessment
of voluntary environmental programs: understanding program impactsPolicy Sciences. V48 n1 p109-126.

Matisoff, Daniel, Douglas Noonan, and Jinshu Cui. (2014).  Electric Utilities, Fuel Use, and Responsiveness to Fuel PricesEnergy Economics. In press.

Matisoff, Daniel and Jason Edwards. (2014). Kindred Spirits or Intergovernmental Competition? The innovation and diffusion of energy policies in the American states (1990 – 2008). Environmental Politics, 23 (5).

Online Appendices for Kindred Spirits

Matisoff, Daniel, Douglas Noonan, and Anna Mazzolini. (2014). “Performance or Marketing Benefits? The Case of LEED Certification.” Environmental Science and Technology. V48 n3, p2001-2007.

Matisoff, Daniel. (2013). “Different Rays of Sunlight: Understanding Information Disclosure and Carbon Transparency.Energy Policy. V55 p579 – 592.

Matisoff, Daniel, Douglas Noonan and John O’Brien. (2013).Convergence in Environmental Reporting: Assessing the Carbon Disclosure Project,”  Business Strategy and the Environment. v22 n5, 285-305. July.

Noonan, Douglas, Lin-Han Chiang-Hsieh, and Daniel Matisoff. (2013). “Spatial Effects in Energy-Efficient Residential HVAC Technology Adoption,” Environment & Behavior. 45(4): 476-503

Matisoff, Daniel. (2012). “Privatizing climate change policy: is there a public benefit?Environmental and Resource Economics, v53 409-433.

Matisoff, Daniel and Douglas Noonan. (2012). “Managing contested greenspace: the rise of dog parks.” International Journal of the Commons. February.

Matisoff, Daniel. (2010). “Carbon trading, policy design and firm behavior: improving the efficiency of climate change policy.” Environment, v52, n1 p10-19, 2010.

Matisoff, Daniel. (2010). “Are International Environmental Agreements Enforceable?  Implications for Institutional Design.” International Environmental Agreements, v10, n3 p166-187.

Matisoff, Daniel. (2008). The Adoption of State Climate Change Policies and Renewable Portfolio Standards: Internal Determinants or Regional Diffusion?Review of Policy Research, v25, n6 Dec.


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