Assistant Professor of Economics

Economics, Finance, & Legal Studies

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Ph.D., The University of Michigan
M.A., The University of Michigan
M.A., Duke University
B.A., The University of Mississippi


Alecia’s research focuses on energy and environmental economics as it relates to residential housing. She is on the steering committee of and also a reviewer for the Conference on Transportation, Economics, Energy, and the Environment (TE3).

Selected Publications

“How Does Mandatory Energy Efficiency Disclosure Affect Housing Prices?” Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists. Forthcoming.

“Heating and Cooling Upgrades in Response to Extreme Weather.” (With Paul Brehm.) Working Paper.

“Cleaning Up the Rust Belt: Housing Market Impacts of Removing Legacy Pollutants.” (With Robyn Meeks and Michael Moore.) Working Paper.

“Housing Market Impacts of Hazardous Waste Cleanups.” (With Elaine Hill and Lala Ma.) Working Paper.

“Work-from-Home, Electricity, and Water: Evidence from Qatar.” (With David H. Bernstein and Ahmed Khalifa.) Working Paper.