Professor Lemoine's research combines economic theory and computational methods to better understand the dynamics of environmental policy and of energy systems.
Lemoine, D. and C. Traeger. 2014. Watch your step: Optimal policy in a tipping climate. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 6(1):137-166.
Baker, E., M. Fowlie, D. Lemoine, and S.S. Reynolds. 2013. The economics of solar electricity. Annual Review of Resource Economics 5(1):387-426.
Lemoine, D. and H.C. McJeon. 2013. Trapped between two tails: Trading off scientific uncertainties via climate targets. Environmental Research Letters 8:034019.
Lemoine, D.M. 2010. Climate sensitivity distributions depend on the possibility that models share biases. Journal of Climate 23(16):4395-4415.
Lemoine, D.M. 2010. Paleoclimatic warming increased carbon dioxide concentrations. Journal of Geophysical Research 115:D22122.
Lemoine, D.M., D.M. Kammen, and A.E. Farrell. 2008. An innovation and policy agenda for commercially competitive plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. Environmental Research Letters 3(1):014003.