Fiona Burlig, Christopher Knittel, David Rapson, Mar Reguant, and Catherine Wolfram, "Machine Learning from Schools about Energy Efficiency" (September 2017) Abstract | Full Paper WP-282 Catherine Hausman and David Rapson, "Regression Discontinuity in Time: Considerations for Empirical Applications" (August 2017) Abstract | Full Paper WP-281 Severin Borenstein, James Bushnell, and Frank Wolak, "California's Cap-and-Trade Market Through 2030: A Preliminary Supply/Demand Analysis" (July 2017) Abstract | Full Paper WP-280 Meredith Fowlie, Catherine Wolfram, C. Anna Spurlock, Annika Todd, Patrick Baylis, and Peter Cappers, "Default Effects and Follow-On Behavior: Evidence From An Electricity Pricing Program" (June 2017) Abstract | Full Paper | Online Appendix WP-279 Lucas Davis, "Evidence of a Decline in Electricity Use by . Households" (May 2017) Abstract | Full Paper | Blog WP-278 James Bushnell, Michaela Flagg, and Erin Mansur, "Capacity Markets at a Crossroads" (April 2017) Executive Summary | Full Paper WP-277 Fiona Burlig, Louis Preonas, and Matt Woerman, "Panel Data and Experimental Design" (January 2017) Abstract | Full Paper | Appendix WP-276 Lucas W. Davis and Christopher R. Knittel, "Are Fuel Economy Standards Regressive?" (December 2016) Abstract | Full Paper WP-275 Joshua A. Blonz, "Making the Best of the Second-Best: Welfare Consequences of Time-Varying Electricity Prices" (November 2016) Abstract | Full Paper | Related Blog Post WP-274 Severin Borenstein, James Bushnell, Frank A. Wolak, and Matthew Zaragoza-Watkins, "Expecting the Unexpected: Emissions Uncertainty and Environmental Market Design" (August 2016) Abstract | Full Paper WP-273R Erica Myers, "Are Home Buyers Myopic? Evidence From Capitalization of Energy Costs" (Revised January 2017) Abstract | Full Paper WP-272R Severin Borenstein, "The Economics of Fixed Cost Recovery by Utilities" (July 2016) (Revised version published in The Electricity Journal , 29 , 5 -12.) Abstract | Full Paper WP-271R Judson Boomhower and Lucas Davis, "Do Energy Efficiency Investments Deliver at the Right Time?" (Revised May 2017) Abstract | Full Paper | Related Blog Post WP-270 Kenneth Lee, Edward Miguel, and Catherine Wolfram, "Experimental Evidence on the Demand for and Costs of Rural Electrification" (May 2016) Abstract | Full Paper | Appendix
Still, passing away at 66 is not too shabby when one has changed the world in the name of science. Marie Curie was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize (1903), the only woman to win it again (1911), the first woman to become a professor at the University of Paris , and the first woman to be entombed (on her own merits) at the Panthéon in Paris . And she managed many of her breakthroughs after the passing of her husband Pierre in 1906, who slipped and fell in the rain on a busy Paris street and was run over by the wheels of a horse-drawn cart.