Stanley Reynolds (Photo credit: Thomas Veneklasen Photography)
Stanley Reynolds
Eller Professor of Economics, Department of Economics
(520) 621-6251
PhD, Economics, Northwestern University, 1983

Professor Reynolds' current research examines electricity restructuring issues, the impact of environmental policy on energy markets, and integration of renewable energy into the electric grid.

Selected Citations: 

Genc, T. and S. Reynolds, “Who Should Own a Renewable Technology? Ownership Theory and an Application”, Forthcoming in International Journal of Industrial Organization

Reynolds, S. and D. Rietzke, “Price Caps, Oligopoly, and Entry” Economic Theory, 66 (October 2018)

Gowrisankaran, G., S. Reynolds, and M. Samano. “Intermittency and the Value of Renewable Energy” Journal of Political Economy, 124 (August 2016)

Brandts, J., S. Reynolds, and A.  Schram. 2014. “Pivotal Suppliers and Market Power in Experimental Supply Function Competition” The Economic Journal 124 (2014)

Baker, E., M. Fowlie, D. Lemoine, and S. Reynolds, “The Economics of Solar Electricity” Annual Review of Resource Economics 5 (2013)

Kleit, A. and S. Reynolds, “Opening the Grid: How to Recharge Arizona’s Electricity System for the 21st Century” Goldwater Institute Policy Report (July 2009)

Research Themes: 
Business and Economics
Energy Economics

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