About Michael Giberson

Michael Giberson is associate professor of practice in the Area of Energy, Economics, and Law with the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University. Giberson teaches U.S. Energy Policy and Regulation, Energy Economics, and other energy and economics-related courses in the college of business. He is also affiliated with the Free Market Institute at Texas Tech University.

Prior to joining Texas Tech in 2008 he was an economist with Potomac Economics, Ltd., the leading provider of independent market monitoring and economic analysis to the electric power industry.  Previously, Giberson worked five years as an independent energy industry analyst, and has worked for the Critical Infrastructure Protection Project and the Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science at George Mason University, the Center for the Advancement of Energy Markets, Argonne National Lab, and Citizens for a Sound Economy.

Michael Giberson has been published in Regulation magazine, the Electricity Journal, the Journal of Regulatory Economics, and the Pacific and Asian Journal of Energy, and has written on U.S. energy policies and federal electric power issues for trade publications.  He received a BA in Economics from Texas Tech University, and an MA and PhD in Economics at George Mason University.