Abiodun, K., & Gilbert, B. (2022). Does universal electrification shield firms from productivity loss? World Development Perspectives. 28: 100467.
Shojaeddini, E., & Gilbert, B. (2022). Heterogeneity in the rebound effect: Evidence from efficient lighting subsidies. Environmental and Resource Economics. 84: 173-217.
Gilbert, B., LaRiviere, J., & Novan, K. (2022). Uncertainty and additionality in energy efficiency programs. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. 115: 102700.
Agerton, M., Gilbert, B., & Upton Jr., G. (2022). The economics of natural gas flaring and methane emissions in U.S. shale: An agenda for research and policy. Review of Environmental Economics and Policy. Accepted.
Other peer-reviewed publications and conference proceedings
Olawale, O.W., Gilbert, B., & Reyna, J. (2022). Residential demand flexibility: Extensive and intensive behavior models using sociodemographic predictors. Energy and Buildings, 262: 111973.
Olawale, O.W., Reyna, J., & Gilbert, B. (2022). Factors affecting override behavior during demand flexibility from high resolution smart thermostat data. In 2022 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings, (2): 221-235.
Working papers and work in progress
Media and other writing
The Key to Reducing Methane Emissions? Actual Measurement. Forbes Energy, Baker Institute Blog, with Mark Agerton. (August 16, 2021)
Rolling Back Trump's Methane Rules Isn't Enough: We Need a Methane Tax to Buy Time to Decarbonize. Forbes Energy, Baker Institute Blog, with Mark Agerton and Jim Krane. (July 12, 2021)
Integrating Technology and Incentives to Reduce Methane Emissions. Payne Institute Commentary Series, with Mark Agerton. (March 16, 2021)