Rebound Effect

Rebound Effect

A rebound effect is created when a perceived positive change in a system leads to another change that is regarded as negative, therefore leading to an offset in the benefits that were anticipated by causing the first change to happen. 

Energy Policy and Markets

The class will introduce students to energy technologies, with specific regards to markets and policy. The objective of the course is to provide the economist’s perspective on a broad range of topics that professionals in the energy industry will encounter.