I am a PhD Candidate in UC Berkeley's Agricultural and Resource Economics Department and I am affiliated with the Energy Institute at Haas. My research uses methods from applied econometrics, behavioral economics, and industrial organization to understand how new technologies affect the strategic behavior of consumers and firms. 

I am currently on the 2017-2018 academic job market with my paper: "Dynamic Pricing, Attention, and Automation: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Electricity Consumption."

Research Interests: Environmental Economics, Behavioral Economics, Energy and Resource Economics, Industrial Organization, Applied Econometrics, Climate Change Economics

Contact: james.gillan@berkeley.edu