Emeritus of Economics and Law
Economics 320H: Economic Analysis of Law
Research interests: Applied microeconomics, environmental economics, environmental law, law and economics, electricity restructuring.
Recent Publications, Presentations:
“Assessing the Economics of Renewable Generation”, presentation to the Van Horne Institute Renewable Energy Conference, Calgary, Alberta, 28 May 2015. Update available upon request.
“Ontario’s Retail Energy Sector: Market Evolution, Market Data and Consumer Protection”, 2014, presentation to the Ontario Energy Board, ECPA Review Stakeholder Forum, Toronto, Ontario, 8 December 2014.
“Electricity Prices, Technology, Consumer Response”, 2014, presentation to the Council for Clean & Reliable Electricity, Annual Energy Leaders Roundtable, Orangeville, Ontario, 27 March 2014.
Donald N. Dewees and Trevor Tombe, "The Impact of Sub-Metering on Condominium Electricity Demand", Canadian Public Policy 37 (4) (2011), 435–457.
Current Affairs: Perspectives on Electricity Policy for Ontario, Reeve, Doug, Donald Dewees, Bryan Karney, eds., Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 298 pgs, 2010.
“The Price Isn’t Right: The Need for Reform in Consumer Electricity Pricing,” C.D. Howe Institute Backgrounder #124, January, 2010.
Reeve, Doug and Dewees, Donald N., 2010, Chapter 19 “Conclusion: Challenges and Opportunities for Electricity Policy in Ontario” in Reeve, Dewees and Karney, eds., 2010, Current Affairs: Perspectives on Electricity Policy for Ontario, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 274-289.
“Electricity Restructuring in the Provinces: Pricing, Politics, Starting Points, and Neighbours,” in Burkard Eberlein and g. Bruce Doern, eds., Governing the Energy Challenge: Canada and Germany in a Multi-Level Regional and Global Context, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2009, pp. 71-98.
“Pollution and the Price of Power,” The Energy Journal, 29:2, 2008, pp. 81-100.
“Electricity Restructuring in Canada”, in G. Bruce Doern, ed., Canadian Energy Policy and the Struggle for Sustainable Development, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2005, pp. 128-150.
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