Katrina K. Jessoe
Associate Professor, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, UC Davis
I am an associate professor in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at UC Davis, where I specialize in environmental and energy economics. Much of my research centers on the design and evaluation of water regulations and time variant pricing in the electricity sector. In my research, I often collaborate with electric and water utilities, as well as state agencies. Some recent and ongoing projects include a framed field experiment to understand the energy impacts of water conservation instruments, the design of a randomized field experiment to test the role of information on the price elasticity for residential electricity, the analysis of time-variant pricing programs for residential and commercial electricity customers, and rate design in the residential water sector. I received a BA from Princeton University in 2002 and a PhD in Environmental and Resource Economics from Yale University in 2009.
Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics