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|The Not-So-Rare Earth Elements: A Question of Supply and Demand||Markets & Regulation, Renewables||September 23, 2021||Hyong-Min Kim, Deep Jariwala||Natural Resources|
|Rare Earth Elements: A Resource Constraint of the Energy Transition||Renewables, Emerging Tech||May 18, 2021||Oscar Serpell, Wan-Yi “Amy” Chu, Benjamin Paren||Natural Resources|
|Extra-Metabolic Energy: The Power to Sustain or Destroy||Climate||July 25, 2019||Oscar Serpell||Energy Efficiency, Environment, Natural Resources, Waste|
|Competitive Imperative: Choices for Pennsylvania’s Energy Future||Markets & Regulation||November 7, 2018||Christina Simeone||Carbon Pricing, Distributed Energy, Electricity Markets, Natural Resources, Pennsylvania|
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Assistant Professor, Business Economics and Public Policy
Jose Miguel “Mike” Abito is an assistant professor of business economics and public policy at the Wharton School.
Professor, University of Michigan
James Hines is a professor of law and economics at the University of Michigan and an editorial advisor to the Kleinman Center. His research is focused on various aspects of taxation.
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Christina Simeone is a senior fellow at the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy and a doctoral student in advanced energy systems at the Colorado School of Mines and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, a joint program.