Tsvetan Georgiev Tsvetanov

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences - Economics
Assistant Professor
Primary office:
Snow Hall
Room 355
1460 Jayhawk Blvd.
Lawrence, KS 66045


Research Interests: Energy Economics, Environmental Economics, Applied Microeconomics, and Behavioral Economics


Research Interests

  • Environmental and Energy Economics
  • Energy Policy
  • Behavioral Economics
  • Applied Microeconomics

Selected Publications

Gillingham, K. & Tsvetanov, T. (in press). Hurdles and Steps: Estimating Demand for Solar Photovoltaics. Quantitative Economics.

Gillingham, K. & Tsvetanov, T. (in press). Nudging Energy Efficiency Audits: Evidence from a Field Experiment. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.

Tsvetanov, T. Qi, L. Mukherjee, D. Shah, F. & Bravo-Ureta, B. (2016). Climate Change and Land Use in Southeastern U.S.: Did the "Dumb Farmer" Get It Wrong? Climate Change Economics, 7(3).

Tsvetanov, T. & Segerson, K. (2014). The Welfare Effects of Energy Efficiency Standards When Choice Sets Matter. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 1(1), 233-271.

Tsvetanov, T. & Segerson, K. (2013). Re-evaluating the Role of Energy Efficiency Standards: A Behavioral Economics Approach. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 66(2), 347-363.

Tsvetanov, T. & Shah, F. (2013). The Economic Value of Delaying Adaptation to Sea-level Rise: An Application to Coastal Properties in Connecticut. Climatic Change, 121(2), 177-193.