• Blonigen, Bruce A., Knittel, Christopher R., and Anson Soderbery. “Keeping it Fresh: Strategic Product Redesigns and Welfare.” Forthcoming International Journal of Industrial Organization.
  • Knittel, Christopher R., Ben Meiselman, and James Stock. “The Pass-Through of RIN Prices to Wholesale and Retail Fuels under the Renewable Fuel Standard,” Forthcoming Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists.
  • Bushnell, James, Stephen Holland, Jonathan Hughes, Christopher R. Knittel. “Strategic Policy Choice in State-Level Regulation: The EPA’s Clean Power Plan.” Forthcoming The American Economic Journal: Economic Policy.
  • Busse, Meghan, Christopher R. Knittel, Jorge Silva-Risso, and Florian Zettelmeyer. “Who is Exposed to Gas Prices? How Gasoline Prices Affect Automobile Manufacturers and Dealerships.” Quantitative Marketing and Economics, 41(1), pp. 41-95.
  • Knittel, Christopher R., Konstantinos Metaxoglou. “Working with Data: Two Empiricists’ Experience,” Journal of Econometric Methods.
  • Covert, Thomas, Michael Greenstone, and Christopher R. Knittel. “Will We Ever Stop Using Fossil Fuels?” Journal of Economic Perspectives, 30(1), Winter 2016, pp. 117-138.
  • Knittel, Christopher R., Konstantinos Metaxoglou, and Andre Trindade. “Are we fracked? The impact of falling gas prices and the implications for coal-to-gas switching and carbon emissions.” Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 32(2), Summer 2016, pp. 241-259.
  • Knittel, Christopher R. and Robert S. Pindyck. “The Simple Economics of Commodity Price Speculation.” The American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, 8(2), April 2016, pp. 85-110.
  • Christopher R. Knittel, Douglas L. Miller and Nicholas J. Sanders. “Caution Drivers! Children Present: Traffic, pollution and infant health.” The Review of Economics and Statistics, 98(2), May 2016, pp. 350-366.
  • Holland, Stephen P., Jonathan E. Hughes, Christopher R. Knittel, and Nathan C. Parker. “Some Inconvenient Truths About Climate Change Policy: The Distributional Impacts of Transportation Policies.” Review of Economics and Statistics, 97(5), December 2015, pp. 1052-1069.
  • Allcott, Hunt, Christopher R. Knittel, and Dmitry Taubinsky. “Tagging and Targeting of Energy Efficiency Subsidies.” The American Economic Review, Papers & Proceedings, 105(3), May 2015.
  • Holland, Stephen P., Jonathan E. Hughes, Christopher R. Knittel, and Nathan C. Parker. “Unintended Consequences of Transportation Carbon Policies: Land-Use, Emission, and Innovation,” joint with Stephen P. Holland (UNC), Jonathan E. Hughes (Colorado), and Nathan Parker (UC Davis–ITS). The Energy Journal, 36(3).
  • Knittel, Christopher R. and Aaron Smith. “Ethanol Production and Gasoline Prices: A Spurious Correlation” The Energy Journal, 36(1).
  • Fowlie, Meredith, et. al. “An economic perspective on the EPA’s Clean Power Plan.” Science, 2014; 346 (6211): 815 DOI: 1126/science.1261349.
  • Knittel, Christopher R. “The Origins of US Transportation Policy: Was There Ever Support for Gasoline Taxes?” Tax Policy and the Economy, 2014, pp 97-131.
  • Knittel, Christopher R. and Konstantinos Metaxoglou. “Estimation of Random Coefficient Demand Models: Challenges, Difficulties and Warnings.” The Review of Economics and Statistics, 96(1), March 2014, pp. 34.59.
  • Knittel, Christopher R. “Transportation Fuels Policy Since the OPEC Embargo: Paved with Good Intentions.” The American Economic Review, Papers & Proceedings, 103(3), May 2013.
  • Knittel, Christopher R. and Victor Stango. “Celebrity Endorsements, Firm Value and Reputation Risk: Evidence from the Tiger Woods Scandal.” Management Science, 60(1), January 2014, pp. 21-37.
  • Busse, Meghan, Christopher R. Knittel and Florian Zettelmeyer. “Are Consumers Myopic? Evidence from New and Used Car Purchases.” The American Economic Review, 103(1), February 2013, pp. 220-256.
  • Knittel, Christopher R. “Reducing Petroleum Use from Transportation.” The Journal of Economic Perspectives, 26(1), Winter 2012, 93-118.
  • Fowlie, Meredith, Christopher R. Knittel and Catherine Wolfram. “Sacred Cars: Optimal Regulation of Stationary and Non-stationary Pollution Sources.” The American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 4(1), February 2012, 98-126.
  • Knittel, Christopher R. “Automobiles on Steroids: Product Attribute Trade-offs and Technological Progress in the Automobile Sector.” The American Economic Review, 101(7), 2011, pp. 3368-3399.
  • Knittel, Christopher R. and Konstantinos Metaxoglou. “Challenges in Merger Simulation Analysis,” The American Economic Review, Papers & Proceedings, 101(3), May 2011, pp. 56-59.
  • Knittel, Christopher R. and Victor Stango. “Strategic Incompatibility in ATMs.” The Journal of Banking and Finance, 35(10), October 2011, pp. 2627-2636.
  • Knittel, Christopher R. and Jason J. Lepore. “Tacit Collusion in the Presence of Cyclical Demand and Endogenous Capacity Levels.” The International Journal of Industrial Organization, 28(2), March 2010, pp. 131-144.
  • Stewart, Scott, John J. Neumann, Christopher R. Knittel, and Jeffrey Heisler. “Absence of Value: An Analysis of Investment Allocation Decisions by Institutional Plan Sponsors,” Financial Analyst Journal, 65(6), November/December 2009. Winner of the Graham and Dodd Award of Excellence.
  • Knittel, Christopher R. and Victor Stango. “How Does Incompatibility Affect Prices?: Evidence from ATMs,” The Journal of Industrial Economics, LVII(3), September 2009, pp. 557-582.
  • Holland, Stephen P., Jonathan E. Hughes and Christopher R. Knittel. “Greenhouse Gas Reductions under Low Carbon Fuel Standards?,” The American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 1(1), February 2009, pp. 106-146.
  • Borenstein, Severin, James Bushnell, Christopher R. Knittel and Catherine Wolfram. “Trading Inefficiencies in California’s Electricity Markets,” The Journal of Industrial Economics, LVI(2), June 2008, pp. 347-378.
  • Feenstra, Robert and Christopher R. Knittel. “Re-Assessing the Quality Adjustment to Computer Prices: Do U.S. Procedures Overstate the Gains?,” Price Index Concepts and Measurement, NBER and the Chicago Press.
  • Knittel, Christopher R. and Konstantinos Metaxoglou. “Diagnosing Unilateral Market Power in Electricity Reserves Market,” The Journal of Energy Markets, 1(1), Spring 2008.
  • Knittel, Christopher R. and Victor Stango. “Incompatibility, Product Attributes and Consumer Welfare: Evidence from ATMs,” The BE Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, Advances, 8(1), January 2008. Available at: http://www.bepress.com/bejeap/vol8/iss1/art1.
  • Hughes, Jonathan E., Christopher R. Knittel and Daniel Sperling. “Evidence of a Shift in the Short-Run Price Elasticity of Gasoline.” The Energy Journal, 29(1), January 2008.
  • Heisler, Jeffrey, Christopher R. Knittel, John J. Neumann and Scott Stewart. “Why Do Institutional Plan Sponsors Hire and Fire their Investment Managers?” Best Paper Award for the 31st NBEA Conference. The Journal of Business and Economics Studies, 13(1), Spring 2007, pp. 88-116.
  • Kim, Dae-Wook and Christopher R. Knittel “Biases in Static Oligopoly Models? Evidence from the California Electricity Market,” The Journal of Industrial Economics, LIV(4), December 2006, pp. 451-470.
  • Knittel, Christopher R. “The Adoption of State Electricity Regulation: The Role of Interest Groups,” The Journal of Industrial Economics, LIV(2), June 2006.
  • Knittel, Christopher R. and Michael R. Roberts. “Financial Models of Deregulated Electricity Prices: An Application to the California Market,” Energy Economics, 27(5), September 2005, pp. 791-817.
  • Knittel, Christopher R. “Regulatory Restructuring and Incumbent Price Dynamics: The Case of Local Telephone Markets,” Review of Economics and Statistics, 86(2), May 2004, pp. 614-625.
  • Knittel, Christopher R. and Victor Stango. “Price Ceilings as Focal Points for Tacit Collusion: Evidence from the Credit Card Market,” The American Economic Review, 93(5), December 2003, pp. 1703-1729.
  • Knittel, Christopher R. “Market Structure and the Pricing of Electricity and Natural Gas,” The Journal of Industrial Economics, LI(2), June 2003, pp. 167-191.
  • Knittel, Christopher R. “Alternative Regulatory Methods and Firm Efficiency: Stochastic Frontier Evidence the US Electricity Industry,” Review of Economics and Statistics, 84(3), August 2002, pp. 530-540.
  • Borenstein, Severin, James Bushnell, and Christopher R. Knittel. “Market Power in Electricity Markets: Beyond Concentration Measures,” The Energy Journal, 20(4), October 1999, pp. 65-88.
  • Knittel, Christopher R. “Long Distance Rates: Search Costs, Switching Costs, and Market Power,” Review of Industrial Organization, 12(4), August 1997, pp. 519-536.