Joel Landry

Assistant Professor of Environmental and Energy Economics

Joel Landry

Research Summary

The welfare evaluation of current and proposed policies given the presence of pre-existing policy distortions and multiple market failures, and the evaluation of the incentives, institutions, and decision-making processes that explain why imperfect policies often emerge

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Biofuels Carbon Costs Oils Greenhouse Gas Policy Making Housing Market United States Of America Ethanol Trade Offs Leakage Externalities Market India Spillover Evidence Savings Method Pork Rights Government Health Effect Environmental Markets Slum

Most Recent Publications

Hui Yang, An Thu Pham, Joel Reid Landry, Seth Adam Blumsack, Wei Peng, 2021, Environmental Science & Technology on p. 12153-12161

The political allocation of green pork and its implications for federal climate policy

Joel R. Landry, 2021, Journal of Public Economics

Joel R. Landry, 2021, Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists on p. 91-124

Modeling the Impact of RGGI on Pennsylvania’s Power Grid: Costs, Emissions, and Leakage

Joel Landry, An Pham, S Blumsack, Mingson Chen, Seamus Gibbons, 2020, PSU Center for Energy Law and Policy Report on p. 70-91

On the trade-offs of regulating multiple unpriced externalities with a single instrument: Evidence from biofuel policies

Joel R. Landry, Antonio M. Bento, 2020, Energy Economics

Antonio M. Bento, Somik V. Lall, Joel R. Landry, 2018, Review of Regional Studies on p. 377-400

Are there carbon savings from U.S. biofuel policies? The critical importance of accounting for leakage in land and fuel markets

Antonio M. Bento, Richard Klotz, Joel R. Landry, 2015, Energy Journal on p. 75-109

Most-Cited Papers

Are there carbon savings from U.S. biofuel policies? The critical importance of accounting for leakage in land and fuel markets

Antonio M. Bento, Richard Klotz, Joel R. Landry, 2015, Energy Journal on p. 75-109

On the trade-offs of regulating multiple unpriced externalities with a single instrument: Evidence from biofuel policies

Joel R. Landry, Antonio M. Bento, 2020, Energy Economics

Joel R. Landry, 2021, Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists on p. 91-124

Hui Yang, An Thu Pham, Joel Reid Landry, Seth Adam Blumsack, Wei Peng, 2021, Environmental Science & Technology on p. 12153-12161

The political allocation of green pork and its implications for federal climate policy

Joel R. Landry, 2021, Journal of Public Economics

Antonio M. Bento, Somik V. Lall, Joel R. Landry, 2018, Review of Regional Studies on p. 377-400

Modeling the Impact of RGGI on Pennsylvania’s Power Grid: Costs, Emissions, and Leakage

Joel Landry, An Pham, S Blumsack, Mingson Chen, Seamus Gibbons, 2020, PSU Center for Energy Law and Policy Report on p. 70-91