Eller Executive Education


Gautam Gowrisankaran: Intermittency and the value of renewable energy 18 June 2015


Eller Executive Education
Arizona Public Service Professor of Economics, Director of Economics Graduate Studies


Ph.D. Economics, Yale University, 1995

Areas of Expertise

  • Industrial Organization
  • Health Economics
  • Applied Econometrics
  • Energy and Environmental Economics

Current Research

Prof. Gowrisankaran''s research focuses on industrial organization; health economics; energy and environmental economics; and applied econometrics. His recent research has examined the dynamics of pricing for durable goods industries; the equilibrium costs of intermittency for renewable energy; the impact of hospital mergers on bargaining leverage with managed care organizations; and other topics.


ECON 696F Economics of Dynamic IO

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