Adrienne Ohler is an Associate Professor of Economics at Illinois State University. Her research interests examine the interaction between natural resource use, environmental degradation, and public policy. Adrienne’s work at Illinois State includes estimating the value of environmental characteristics, understanding the welfare implications of lottery allocation for natural resource access, examining the relationship between income and environmental quality, and analyzing policies that impact the use of renewable energy.
435Public Utility Economics
238Using Regression & Econometric Methods
Natural Resource & Environmental Economics, Electricity Markets, Public Utility Theory, Econometrics, Public Policy
Loomis, D. G. & Ohler, A. O. (2010). Are Renewable Portfolio Standards A Policy Cure-all? A Case Study of Illinois’s Experience. Environmental Law and Policy Review, 35, 135-182.