- School of Public Policy
- Center for Urban Innovation
- Climate and Energy Policy Laboratory
Daniel Matisoff teaches and conducts research in the areas of public policy, energy policy, and corporate sustainability. His research focuses on the effectiveness and efficiency of comparative approaches to addressing environmental problems and the adoption and diffusion of energy technologies and policies. He currently is a fellow with the Brook Byers Institute for Sustainability, and is affiliated with the Strategic Energy Institute and Center for Urban Innovation. He has participated in over $4 million of sponsored research through the National Science Foundation, the European Union Center for Excellence, the German Academic Exchange Service, the Georgia Department of Transportation, and the National Electric Energy Testing Research and Applications Center. His recent research has resulted in publications in the Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, Environmental and Resource Economics, Energy Economics, Environmental Science and Technology, Energy Policy, and Business Strategy and the Environment, among other outlets. His current research interests include: evaluating the effectiveness of voluntary eco-labeling programs; the effectiveness of incentives for solar electricity; the adoption of smart grid technologies and policies; and the impact of large scale solar adoption on consumer rates and bills.
- PhD, Indiana University, Public Policy
- BA, University of Pennsylvania, Economics and International Relations
- Energy, Climate and Environmental Policy
- POL-1101: Government of the U.S.
- PUBP-2698: Research Assistantship
- PUBP-3350: Energy Policy
- PUBP-3600: Sustain,Tech & Policy
- PUBP-6012: Fund of Policy Processes
- PUBP-6350: Energy Policy & Markets
- PUBP-8540: Adv Environmental Policy
- Understanding renewable energy policy adoption and evolution in Europe: The impact of coercion, normative emulation, competition, and learning
In: Energy Research and Social Sciences [Peer Reviewed]