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Many important electricity policy initiatives would directly affect the operation of electric power networks. This paper develops a method for estimating short-run zonal supply curves in transmission-constrained electricity markets that

Many important electricity policy initiatives would directly affect the operation of electric power networks. This paper develops a method for estimating short-run zonal supply curves in transmission-constrained electricity markets that can be implemented quickly by policy analysts with training in statistical methods and with publicly available data. Our model enables analysis of distributional impacts of policies affecting operation of electric power grid.

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    Sahraei-Ardakani, Mostafa, Blumsack, Seth, & Kleit, Andrew (2015). Estimating zonal electricity supply curves in transmission-constrained electricity markets. ENERGY, 80, 10-19. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.energy.2014.11.030

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