Stephen is an Assistant Professor in Environmental Economics at the London School of Economics, in the Department of Geography and Environment.
Stephen’s research is mainly in the fields of environmental economics and public policy. He holds a PhD in Energy & Resources from the University of California Berkeley, where he was also a Researcher at the Energy Institute at Haas. Prior to joining LSE, he has worked in government policymaking and as a postdoctoral scholar at the University of Mannheim.
- Energy and utilities
- Electricity markets
- Policy evaluation
- Environmental valuation
News - 2022
New clean electricity production will be critical to bringing down household energy costs and meeting ambitious climate goals. In the UK wind power can play a much bigger role but expansion requires planning reforms and revenue sharing, writes Stephen Jarvis. Read more