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Maya Papineau

Associate Professor

Degrees:B.A. (Carleton), M.Sc. (UCL), Ph.D. (California at Berkeley)
Phone:613-520-2600 x 3758
Office:A-808 Loeb

Languages spoken other than English: French

Research fields: environmental and energy economics, applied econometrics

• economics of climate change
• energy efficiency policy
• renewable energy
• sustainable development

Refereed Publications in the Last 6 Years:

New insights on the energy impacts of telework in Canada,” (with Hannah Villeneuve, Ahmed Abdeen, Sharane Simon, Cynthia Cruikshank and William O’Brien), Canadian Public Policy, 2021

“Utilities Included: Split Incentives in Commercial Electricity Contracts,” (with Katrina Jessoe and David Rapson), The Energy Journal, Volume 41, Issue 5, 2020, Pages 271-297.

“Carbon Emissions and Business Cycles,” (with H. Khan, C. Knittel and K. Metaxoglou), Journal of Macroeconomics [Lead Article], Volume 60, 2019, Pages 1-19.

“Energy Efficiency Premiums in Unlabeled Office Buildings”, The Energy Journal, Volume 38, Number 4, July 2017, Pages 195–212.

“Setting the Standard? Evaluating the Cost-Effectiveness of Building Energy Standards”, Energy Economics, Volume 64, May 2017, Pages 63–76.

Most Significant Career Research Contributions:

“Distributional Determinants of Household Air Pollution in China” (with Kristin Aunan and Terje Berntsen), Environment and Development Economics, Volume 14, Number 5, October 2009, Pages 621–639.

“An Economic Perspective on Experience Curves and Dynamic Economies in Renewable Energy Technologies”,  Energy Policy, Volume 34, Number 4, March 2006, Pages 422–432.