Wolfram has published extensively on the economics of energy markets. She has studied the electricity industry around the world and has analyzed the effects of environmental regulation, including climate change mitigation policies, on the energy sector. She is currently implementing several randomized controlled trials to evaluate energy programs in the U.S., Kenya and India.
She received a PhD in economics from MIT in 1996 and an AB from Harvard in 1989. Before joining the faculty at UC Berkeley, she was an assistant professor of economics at Harvard.
- Energy and Economic Growth: Research & Matchmaking Conference
- Energy and Economic Growth: South Asia Policy Workshop
- Energy and Economic Growth: Sub-Saharan Africa Policy Workshop
- Evidence to Action 2015: Engineering for Development
- Evidence to Action 2013: Promoting Global Development in a Changing Climate
- Building the Evidence Base for Accelerated Climate Action