Reid Dorsey-Palmateer

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Reid Dorsey-Palmateer

Job Market Candidate

  • Fields of Study
    • Environmental and Energy
      Industrial Organization
  • About

    Reid Dorsey-Palmateer is a Ph.D. candidate in economics at the University of Michigan with interests in energy/environmental economics and industrial organization, focusing on electricity markets. His job market paper examines how the intermittency of wind power affects electricity generation and the resulting emissions as well as the implications for wind subsidy policy. Other projects in progress examine the effect of alternate transitional policies during retail electricity deregulation and the financial and environmental impact of reducing curtailment of wind generation in Texas through construction of transmission lines. Before attending the University of Michigan, Mr. Dorsey-Palmateer graduated from Pomona College with a degree in economics and worked as a research assistant at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.

    Dissertation Abstract

    Effects of Wind Power Intermittency on Generation and Emissions — Job Market Paper

    References

    Ryan Kellogg
    Department of Economics
    University of Michigan
    734.764.2371
    kelloggr@umich.edu

    Daniel Ackerberg
    Department of Economics University of Michigan 734.764.2357
    ackerber@umich.edu

    Shaun McRae
    Department of Economics
    University of Michigan 734.764.5567
    sdmcrae@umich.edu

    William J. Adams
    (Teaching Reference)
    Department of Economics
    University of Michigan
    734.764.5273
    jimadams@umich.edu

     

     

     

  • Education
    • M.A. in Economics, University of Michigan (2009)
      B.A. in Economics, Pomona College (2005)