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Hillard Huntington, Executive Director of the Energy Modeling Forum at Stanford University, will focus on estimating the relationship between economic development and energy demand and determining whether that relationship changes as levels of development change.
Using a wide panel dataset of energy consumption, economic growth and energy prices for 50 OECD and non-OECD countries. Estimation methods will address nonstationarity, heterogeneity, and cross-sectional dependence.
Huntington conducts studies to improve the usefulness of models for understanding energy and environmental problems. His current research interests are modeling energy security, energy price shocks, energy market impacts of environmental policies, and international natural gas and LNG markets.
This talk is a part of the Anadarko Petroleum Speaker Series in Commodities hosted by the CU Denver Business School Center for Commodities.
The event is located on the 5th Floor Laube Commons. Food will be provided.