Lynne Kiesling If you are currently working as a state regulator or a member of regulatory staff, then I cannot encourage you strongly enough to apply to attend this May’s Institute for Regulatory Law & Economics: The IRLE is sponsored by the University of Colorado’s Silicon Flatirons Center to sharpen the tools required for principled … More Application deadline approaching for May IRLE seminar
Lynne Kiesling Hey students! If you are a KP reader and you are looking for an experience this summer with good brain candy that’s a lot of fun, then check out the week-long summer seminars offered by the Institute for Humane Studies. There are a range of topics and focus areas, but most seminars involve … More Application deadline approaching for IHS summer seminars
Lynne Kiesling If you are in Washington, DC and interested in electricity policy, then I hope I will see you at this upcoming event at the American Enterprise Institute on Thursday afternoon. Why is the process of restructuring and institutional change so different in electricity than in other infrastructure industries? What is the current status … More AEI electricity event on Thursday this week
Lynne Kiesling Hi folks! I am getting ready to crawl out from under my winter quarter rock; I have been teaching three classes this quarter, and it’s been frenetically busy. I’m also working on some stuff that I’m not quite ready to talk about in public, so I’ve been indulging in some self censoring. Plus, … More Back in the saddle; where’s our banner?