Research2019-10-04T09:11:15+00:00

Book

Aklin, Michaël, Patrick Bayer, S.P. Harish, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2018. Escaping the Energy Poverty Trap: When and How Governments Power the Lives of the Poor. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. [Dataverse] [Buy]
— Review by [Caitlin Robinson]

Articles

2019

Hamburger, David, Joel Jaeger, Patrick Bayer, Ryan Kennedy, Joonseok Yang, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2019 “Shades of Darkness or Light? A Systematic Review of Geographic Bias in Impact Evaluations of Electricity Access.” Energy Research & Social Science 58: 101236. [Dataverse]

Bayer, Patrick and Alexander Ovodenko. 2019. “Many Voices in the Room: A National Survey Experiment on How Framing Changes the Views Towards Fracking in the United States.” Energy Research & Social Science 56: 101213. [Dataverse]

2018
Aklin, Michaël, Patrick Bayer, S.P. Harish, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2018. “Economics of Household Technology Adoption in Developing Countries: Evidence from Solar Technology Adoption in Rural India.” Energy Economics 72: 35-46. [Dataverse]

2017
Aklin, Michaël, Patrick Bayer, S.P. Harish, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2017. “Does Basic Energy Access Generate Socioeconomic Benefits? A Field Experiment with Off-grid Solar Power in India.” Science Advances 3(5): e1602153. [Dataverse]
— Coverage in [UofG Press Release] [The Economist] [Reuters] [Economic Times] [Business Standard] [SciDev] [Mashable/Yahoo]

2016
Bayer, Patrick and Johannes Urpelainen. 2016. “It’s All About Political Incentives: Democracy and the Renewable Feed-In Tariff.” Journal of Politics 78(2):603-619. [Replication] [Dataverse]
— Coverage in [Washington Post Monkey Cage] [theenergycollective]

Bayer, Patrick, Johannes Urpelainen, and Alice Xu. 2016. “Explaining Differences in Subnational Patterns of Clean Technology Transfer to China and India.” International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 16(2): 261-283. [Replication]

2015
Aklin, Michaël, Patrick Bayer, S.P. Harish, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2015. “The Political Economy of Energy Access: Survey Evidence from India on State Intervention and Public Opinion.” Energy Research and Social Science 10: 250-258. [Replication] 

Bayer, Patrick, Christopher Marcoux, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2015. “When International Organizations Bargain: Evidence from the Global Environment Facility.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 59 (6): 1074-1100. [Replication]

Bayer, Patrick, Valerie Pinkerton, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2015. “Small and Beautiful? The Programme of Activities and the Least Developed Countries.” Climate and Development 7 (2): 153-164. [Replication]

Aklin, Michaël, Patrick Bayer, S.P. Harish, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2015. “Quantifying Slum Electrification in India and Explaining Local Variation.” Energy 80: 203-212. [Replication]

2014
Bayer, Patrick, Christopher Marcoux, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2014. “Choosing International Organizations: When Do States and the World Bank Collaborate on Environmental Projects?” Review of International Organizations 9 (4): 413-440. [Replication]

Bayer, Patrick, Johannes Urpelainen, and Alice Xu. 2014. “Laissez Faire and the Clean Development Mechanism: Determinants of Project Implementation in Indian States, 2003-2011.” Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy 16(8): 1687-1701. [Replication]

Aklin, Michaël, Patrick Bayer, S.P. Harish, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2014. “Information and Energy Policy Preferences: A Survey Experiment on Public Opinion about Electricity Pricing Reform in Rural India.” Economics of Governance 15(5): 305-327. [Replication]

Bayer, Patrick and Johannes Urpelainen. 2014. “Does It Pay to Play? How Bargaining Shapes Donor Participation in the Funding of Environmental Protection.” Strategic Behavior and the Environment 4 (3): 263-290. [Appendix]

Aklin, Michaël, Patrick Bayer, S.P. Harish, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2014. “Who Blames Corruption for the Poor Enforcement of Environmental Laws? Survey Evidence from Brazil.” Environmental Economics and Policy Studies 16(3): 241-262. [Replication]

2013
Bayer, Patrick, Christoher Marcoux, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2013. “Leveraging Private Capital for Climate Mitigation: Evidence from the Clean Development Mechanism.” Ecological Economics 96: 14-24. [Replication]

Aklin, Michaël, Patrick Bayer, S.P. Harish, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2013. “Understanding Environmental Policy Preferences: New Evidence from Brazil.” Ecological Economics 94: 28-36. [Replication]

Bayer, Patrick, Lindsay Dolan, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2013. “Global Patterns of Renewable Energy Innovation, 1990-2009.” Energy for Sustainable Development 17 (3): 288-295. [Replication]

Bayer, Patrick, Johannes Urpelainen, and Jeremy Wallace. 2013. “Who Uses the Clean Development Mechanism? An Empirical Analyis of Projects in Chinese Provinces.” Global Environmental Change 23(2): 512-521. [Replication]

Bayer, Patrick and Johannes Urpelainen. 2013. “External Sources of Clean Technology: Evidence from the Clean Development Mechanism.” Review of International Organizations 8 (1): 81-109. [Replication]

Bayer, Patrick and Johannes Urpelainen. 2013. “Funding Global Public Goods: The Dark Side of Multilateralism.” Review of Policy Research 30 (2): 160-189. [Appendix]

Work in progress

Bayer, Patrick, Ryan Kennedy, Joonseok Yang, and Johannes Urpelainen. The Need for Impact Evaluation in Electricity Access Research.

Bayer, Patrick and Federica Genovese. Beliefs in Climate Action under Weak Climate Institutions: The Role of Sectoral Divides, Home Bias and International Embeddedness.

Bayer, Patrick and Michaël Aklin. The European Union Emissions Trading System Reduced CO2 Emissions Despite Low Prices.

Bayer, Patrick. The Breadth-Depth Trade-off and the Cost of Non-Cooperation in Multilateral Agreements.

Bayer, Patrick. Economic Competition and Environmental Regulation of Foreign Firms: The Power of Relocation Threats.

Bayer, Patrick. Compliance with International Environmental Regulation: Installation-Level Evidence from European Carbon Markets.