PhD, Indiana University, Public Policy
BA, University of Pennsylvania, Economics and International Relations
Daniel Matisoff is currently an assistant professor in the School of Public Policy at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Matisoff conducts research in the area of energy and environmental policy and the behavior of electric utilities. He has published research in Environmental and Resource Economics, Energy Policy, Environment, Business Strategy and the Environment, and Environment and Behavior, among other outlets. His research, which has been sponsored by the National Science Foundation, the European Union Center for Excellence, and the German Academic Exchange Service focuses on the intersection of policy and technology diffusion and the impacts of regulation on firm behavior. He is currently exploring the behavior of regulated electric utilities in response to energy price shocks, state level public utility regulation, and the role of information disclosure in firm behavior. He also has research projects in the diffusion of climate change and energy policies, the effectiveness of voluntary environmental programs, the impact of energy policies on innovation, and the design of self-governing institutions.