O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Nikolaos Zirogiannis is an environmental economist at the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs with a focus on energy policy research and applied econometrics. His energy policy work includes applications in the electricity sector (co-pollutant benefits of climate change mitigation policies in power plants), transportation (macroeconomic impacts of the Corporate Average Fuel Economy Standards) and industry (upset emissions from refineries and chemical plants).
He also works on dynamic latent variable models that are applied to the estimation of performance trajectories. The applications include measuring performance of water utilities, assessing cognitive decline of Alzheimer’s disease patients and estimating the human development status of nations across time.
Areas of Expertise
Applied econometrics, time series, environmental and natural resource economics, environmental policy.