Jesse Buchsbaum is a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Energy & Environment Lab, specializing in energy and environmental economics. His past work focused on retail rate design, electricity markets, and equity. Jesse graduated from the University of California Berkeley with a PhD in agricultural and resource economics. Jesse’s job market paper studied how residential electricity customers respond to electricity prices in the long run and the mechanisms driving those long-run price responses. Prior to getting his PhD, Jesse studied economics and mathematics at the University of Michigan and worked as an economic policy associate at the Environmental Law & Policy Center.