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Stephen Holland
Stephen Holland
Professor, Dept. of Economics, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Verified email at uncg.edu
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Are there environmental benefits from driving electric vehicles? The importance of local factors
SP Holland, ET Mansur, NZ Muller, AJ Yates
American Economic Review 106 (12), 3700-3729, 2016
546*2016
On the efficiency of competitive electricity markets with time-invariant retail prices
S Borenstein, SP Holland
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2003
4762003
Greenhouse gas reductions under low carbon fuel standards?
SP Holland, JE Hughes, CR Knittel
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 1 (1), 106-146, 2009
3942009
What Do Emissions Markets Deliver and to Whom? Evidence from Southern California's NOx Trading Program
M Fowlie, SP Holland, ET Mansur
American Economic Review 102 (2), 965-993, 2012
3302012
Is real-time pricing green? The environmental impacts of electricity demand variance
SP Holland, ET Mansur
The Review of Economics and Statistics 90 (3), 550-561, 2008
3242008
Emissions taxes versus intensity standards: Second-best environmental policies with incomplete regulation
SP Holland
Journal of Environmental Economics and management 63 (3), 375-387, 2012
209*2012
The short-run effects of time-varying prices in competitive electricity markets
SP Holland, ET Mansur
The Energy Journal 27 (4), 127-156, 2006
198*2006
Decompositions and policy consequences of an extraordinary decline in air pollution from electricity generation
SP Holland, ET Mansur, NZ Muller, AJ Yates
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 12 (4), 244-274, 2020
1262020
Distributional effects of air pollution from electric vehicle adoption
SP Holland, ET Mansur, NZ Muller, AJ Yates
Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 6 (S1 …, 2019
1202019
Modeling peak oil
SP Holland
The Energy Journal 29 (2), 61-80, 2008
1102008
Strategic policy choice in state-level regulation: the EPA's clean power plan
JB Bushnell, SP Holland, JE Hughes, CR Knittel
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 9 (2), 57-90, 2017
1092017
Some inconvenient truths about climate change policy: The distributional impacts of transportation policies
SP Holland, JE Hughes, CR Knittel, NC Parker
Review of Economics and Statistics 97 (5), 1052-1069, 2015
1052015
Expected health effects of reduced air pollution from COVID-19 social distancing
S Cicala, SP Holland, ET Mansur, NZ Muller, AJ Yates
Atmosphere 12 (8), 951, 2021
1032021
Cadillac Desert revisited: property rights, public policy, and water-resource depletion
SP Holland, MR Moore
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 46 (1), 131-155, 2003
822003
The environmental benefits of transportation electrification: Urban buses
SP Holland, ET Mansur, NZ Muller, AJ Yates
Energy policy 148, 111921, 2021
682021
Extraction capacity and the optimal order of extraction
SP Holland
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 45 (3), 569-588, 2003
682003
Damages and Expected Deaths Due to Excess NOx Emissions from 2009 to 2015 Volkswagen Diesel Vehicles
SP Holland, ET Mansur, NZ Muller, AJ Yates
Environmental Science & Technology 50 (3), 1111-1117, 2016
602016
The electric vehicle transition and the economics of banning gasoline vehicles
SP Holland, ET Mansur, AJ Yates
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 13 (3), 316-344, 2021
562021
Why marginal CO2 emissions are not decreasing for US electricity: Estimates and implications for climate policy
SP Holland, MJ Kotchen, ET Mansur, AJ Yates
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (8), e2116632119, 2022
552022
Optimal trading ratios for pollution permit markets
SP Holland, AJ Yates
Journal of Public Economics 125, 16-27, 2015
532015
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