2013 - Distinguished Fellow of the American Economic Association
1991 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1988 - Fellows of the Econometric Society
Paul L. Joskow mainly focuses on Industrial organization, Microeconomics, Competition, Investment and Electricity retailing. In his works, Paul L. Joskow undertakes multidisciplinary study on Industrial organization and Electric utility. His Microeconomics study typically links adjacent topics like Electricity system.
His Competition study combines topics in areas such as Free entry, Restructuring, Property insurance, Market structure and Consumption. In his work, Public economics is strongly intertwined with Politics, which is a subfield of Market structure. He has included themes like Natural monopoly, Transmission and Spot market in his Investment study.
His main research concerns Industrial organization, Microeconomics, Competition, Electric utility and Environmental economics. Paul L. Joskow has researched Industrial organization in several fields, including Natural monopoly, Monopoly, Transmission, Investment and Incentive. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Procurement and Perfect competition.
His work in the fields of Microeconomics, such as Market price, intersects with other areas such as Transmission system operator. His research in Competition intersects with topics in Electricity retailing, Restructuring and Economy. His work blends Electric utility and Commission studies together.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Industrial organization, Competition, Incentive, Microeconomics and Monopoly. While working in this field, Paul L. Joskow studies both Industrial organization and Electric utility. His Competition research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Market structure, Liberalization and Restructuring.
Paul L. Joskow studied Restructuring and Electric power industry that intersect with Commission. His studies in Incentive integrate themes in fields like Investment, Consumption and Economy. His Microeconomics research includes elements of Variety and Payment.
His primary scientific interests are in Industrial organization, Competition, Incentive, Microeconomics and Electricity retailing. His Industrial organization study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Diffusion, Perfect competition, Statistical model, Spot market and Demand response. His Spot market research incorporates themes from Requirements engineering and Investment.
The Competition study combines topics in areas such as Market structure, Consumption, Electric power industry and Restructuring. Paul L. Joskow interconnects Information asymmetry, Quality of service, Competitive equilibrium and Mechanism design in the investigation of issues within Incentive. His Microeconomics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Environmental economics, Base load power plant, Cost of electricity by source and Dispatchable generation.
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Contract duration and relationship-specific investments: Empirical evidence from coal markets
The American Economic Review (1987)
Vertical integration and long term contracts : the case of coal burning electric generating plants
Paul L. Joskow.
Journal of Law Economics & Organization (1985)
Asset Specificity and the Structure of Vertical Relationships: Empirical Evidence
Paul L. Joskow.
Journal of Law Economics & Organization (1988)
Markets for Power: An Analysis of Electrical Utility Deregulation
Paul Joskow;Richard Schmalensee.
Research Papers in Economics (1988)
A Quantitative Analysis of Pricing Behavior in California's Wholesale Electricity Market During Summer 2000
Paul L. Joskow;Edward Kohn.
The Energy Journal (2002)
A quantitative analysis of pricing behavior in California's wholesale electricity market during summer 2000
Paul Joskow;Edward Kahn.
power engineering society summer meeting (2001)
Transmission rights and market power on electric power networks
Paul L. Joskow;Jean Tirole.
The RAND Journal of Economics (2000)
Lessons Learned From Electricity Market Liberalization
Paul L. Joskow.
The Energy Journal (2008)
A Framework for Analyzing Predatory Pricing Policy
Paul L Joskow;Alvin K Klevorick.
Yale Law Journal (1979)
An Interim Evaluation of Sulfur Dioxide Emissions Trading
Richard Schmalensee;Paul L. Joskow;A. Denny Ellerman;Juan Pablo Montero.
Journal of Economic Perspectives (1998)
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