Karen Maguire Assistant Professor Department of Economics

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Karen Maguire is an active researcher and teacher in the fields of Energy Economics, Environment and Resource Economics, and Regional Economics.  Her primary research and teaching focus is on analyzing energy markets, particularly, how politics and policies affect both renewable and non-renewable energy development.  Specific research topics that she has examined include the influence of state Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS) on renewable electricity generating capacity and electricity prices and the effect of both state and federal politics on energy development.  In addition, she is interested in interdisciplinary work at the intersection of Economics and Ecology, specifically focusing on the influence of energy development on wildlife outcomes.