In Progress

Davidson, M. R., Pérez-Arriaga, J. I. “Modeling Unit Commitment in Political Context: Case of China’s Partially Restructured Electricity Sector.” IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (revise and resubmit).

Davidson, M. R. Electricity systems integration challenges: A local perspective. In T. G. Rawski & L. Brandt (Eds.), Policy, Regulation, and Innovation in Chinese Industry. (under revision) (Poster presentation: Hidden Costs of Technology Development by the Plan: Case of China’s Coal Fleet Upgrading)

Davidson, M. R. and Pérez-Arriaga, J. I. Avoiding Pitfalls in China’s Electricity Reforms. (in preparation)

Refereed/Peer-Reviewed

Davidson, M. R., Zhang, D., Xiong, W., Zhang, X., and Karplus, V. J. (2016). Modelling the potential for wind energy integration on China’s coal-heavy electricity grid. Nature Energy, 1, 16086.

Book Chapters

Davidson, M. R., Kahrl, F., & Karplus, V. J. (2017). Towards a political economy framework for wind power: Does China break the mould? In D. Arent, C. Arndt, M. Miller, F. Tarp, & O. Zinaman (Eds.), The Political Economy of Clean Energy Transitions (pp. 250–270). Oxford University Press.

Working Papers and Reports

Davidson, M. R., Pérez-Arriaga, J. I. (2017). Modeling Unit Commitment in Political Context: Case of China’s Partially Restructured Electricity Sector. MIT CEEPR Working Paper.

Davidson, M. R., Kahrl, F., and Karplus, V. J. (2016). Toward a Political Economy Framework for Wind Integration: Does China Break the Mould? (Working Paper No. 32). United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research.

Davidson, M. R. (2014). Regulatory and Technical Barriers to Wind Energy Integration in Northeast China (M.S. Thesis). Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Zhang, D., Davidson, M. R., Gunturu, B., Zhang, X., and Karplus, V. J. (2014). An Integrated Assessment of China’s Wind Energy Potential (Report No. 261). Cambridge, MA: MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change.

Davidson, M. R. (2013). Politics of Power in China: Institutional Bottlenecks to Reducing Wind Curtailment Through Improved Transmission. International Association for Energy Economics Energy Forum, 4, 40–42.

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