PESD - Publications Page

Publications

Filter:

Filter results Close
  • expanded
  • expanded
  • expanded
  • expanded
  • expanded
  • expanded
  • expanded
  • expanded
  • expanded
  • expanded
  • expanded
  • expanded
  • expanded
  • expanded
Ognen Stojanovski
Working Papers

Promoting Energy Efficiency in Emerging Economies Through Consumer Education: Results From a Field Experiment in Mexico

Ognen Stojanovski, Gordon Leslie, Frank Wolak, Juan Enrique Huerta Wong, Mark C. Thurber
SSRN , 2020

Abstract

We report on the results of a field experiment in Puebla, Mexico that informed randomly-selected households facing a nonlinear price schedule about how different electricity-consuming actions might change their electricity bills.

Show body
Working Papers

Assessing Opportunities for Solar Lanterns to Improve Educational Outcomes in Rural Off-Grid Regions: Challenges and Lessons from a Randomized Controlled Trial

Ognen Stojanovski, Mark Thurber, Frank Wolak, George Muwowo, Kat Harrison
Program on Energy and Sustainable Development , 2018

Solar lanterns are promoted across rural Sub-Saharan Africa to improve both lighting in homes and educational outcomes. We undertake a randomized controlled trial in Zimba District, Zambia, to evaluate whether solar lanterns help children study more effectively and improve academic performance. Our research design accounts for potential income effects arising from the giveaways of lanterns and also “blinds” participants to the study’s purpose.

Show body
Journal Articles

Rural energy access through solar home systems: Use patterns and opportunities for improvement

Ognen Stojanovski, Mark C. Thurber, Frank Wolak
Energy for Sustainable Development, Volume 37 , 2017
Show body
Working Papers

The Void of Governance: An Assessment of Pemex's Performance and Strategy

Ognen Stojanovski
Program on Energy and Sustainable Development Working Paper #73 , 2008

Mexico's Petróleos Mexicanos, or Pemex, is the world's third-ranked company by oil production. Almost 40% of the Mexican government budget is derived from Pemex revenues, leaving the country highly exposed to a drop in oil prices and the company itself strapped for cash to support much-needed investment.

Show body