Daniel Kaffine
Institute Fellow • Professor of Economics • Associate Chair of Undergraduate Studies

Daniel Kaffine, PhD is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at CU Boulder.  His research interests are in resource, energy and environmental economics.  Recent and ongoing projects examine the impact of allowing hybrid vehicles to use HOV lanes, the general equilibrium effects of Renewable Portfolio Standards, the impact of wind power on emissions across the US, and the role of property rights and institutions in wind power development. More broadly, his research has examined links between energy and environmental policy and transportation markets, property rights and natural resource use, and waste and recycling policy.