Areas of expertise: Climate policy, energy, environmental markets, electricity pricing
Kristina is an economist in the Office of Economic Policy and Analysis. She works on U.S. climate and energy policy with a focus on electricity and natural gas markets.
Prior to joining EDF, Kristina was part of the environmental economics unit at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
PhD in Economics, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
MSc in Industrial Engineering and Management, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden.
Convery, Frank J., Kristina Mohlin, Elisheba Spiller (2017). “Policy Brief—Designing Electric Utility Rates: Insights on Achieving Efficiency, Equity, and Environmental Goals.” Rev Environ Econ Policy 2017; 11 (1): 156-164. doi: 10.1093/reep/rew024
Jensen, S., K. Mohlin, K. Pittel, K., & T. Sterner (2015). An introduction to the Green Paradox: The unintended consequences of climate policies. Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 9(2), 246-265.
Bonilla, J., J. Coria, K. Mohlin, & T. Sterner (2015). Refunded emission payments and diffusion of NOx abatement technologies in Sweden. Ecological Economics, 116, 132-145.
Badtke-Berkow, M., M. Centore, K. Mohlin, and B. Spiller (2015). “ Primer on Time-Variant Electricity Pricing”, EDF Whitepaper.
Mohlin, K., B. Spiller, M. Badtke-Berkow, J. Fine, G. Donzelli, and C. Larose (2014). “SolaROI: Estimating Returns to Residential Solar Panels from Underlying Tariff Structures and Compensation Mechanisms”, EDF Whitepaper.
Damon, M., K. Mohlin, & T. Sterner (2013). “Putting a Price on the Future of Our Children and Grandchildren.” In Livermore, M., & Revesz, R. (eds), The Globalization of Cost-Benefit Analysis in Environmental Policy, Oxford University Press.
Wirsenius, S., F. Hedenus & K. Mohlin (2011). “Greenhouse gas taxes on animal food products: rationale, tax scheme and climate mitigation effects.” Climatic Change, 108(1-2), 159-184.