I am a Ph.D. student in the Department of Economics at the University of Hawaii at Manoa where I work with Dr. Michael Roberts & Dr. Nori Tarui. My primary research interest lies in the integration of artificial intelligence into the tradtional econometric workflow. My applied work focuses on international economics and energy & environmental economics.
Hartley, E., Caplan, A. (2021)
We explore the potential impacts and inequities of dynamic pricing schemes on residential electricity consumers in Hawaii.
Presented by Dr. Tarui at the 8th Hawaii-Kobe International Conference on Applied Economics.
Energy Environment EconomicsRead More
I presented my work on the implications of Hawaiian Electric Company's time-of-use pilot program at the UHERO Workshop on Energy and Environmental Research.
Workshop Energy Economics Variable PricingRead More