Portrait of Trevor Davis

Trevor L. Davis, Ph.D

  • Social Science Research Scholar

Program on Energy and Sustainable Development
616 Jane Stanford Way
Encina Hall East, 4th Floor
Stanford, CA 94305-6055

Biography

Trevor L Davis is a Social Science Research Scholar in the Program on Energy and Sustainable Development and the Department of Economics at Stanford University. His research interests include studying the influence of market design on electricity market outcomes. Before coming to Stanford he worked in a macroeconomic forecasting section at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors and earned a BA in economics and statistics from the University of Chicago and a MS in statistics from George Washington University.

publications

Journal Articles
August 2022

Game-based investigation of standardized forward contracting for long-term resource adequacy

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Game-based investigation of standardized forward contracting for long-term resource adequacy
Working Papers
April 2022

Game-based investigation of standardized forward contracting for long-term resource adequacy

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Game-based investigation of standardized forward contracting for long-term resource adequacy
Working Papers
May 2020

An Experimental Comparison of Carbon Pricing Under Uncertainty in Electricity Markets

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An Experimental Comparison of Carbon Pricing Under Uncertainty in Electricity Markets

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PESD workshop tackles electricity market challenges in a highly-renewables world

PESD workshop tackles electricity market challenges in a highly-renewables world
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