Fall 2017 / Magazine Issues
Issue 195: Is the Future Now? Autonomous Vehicle Technology and Consumer Demand
RFF experts assess the prospects for harmonizing energy policy across North America, examine US federal standards and state policies for new vehicle emissions and fuel economy, consider the future of self-driving cars, and more.
Articles in this issue
The Effect of Standards for New Vehicle Fuel Economy and GHG Emissions on US Consumers
Designing State Policies to Complement US Federal Standards for Vehicle GHG Emissions
North American Energy Outlook: Capitalizing on Cross-Border Collaboration
The Next Big Thing in Carbon Markets? RGGI to Implement an Emissions Containment Reserve
Challenges to Reducing Air Pollution in China amid Economic Slowdown
The Strategic Costs of Carbon Emissions: Global versus Domestic Policy Considerations
Climate Change: Might Present Harm Improve Policy Prospects?
Integrated Outlooks for Energy, Transportation, and Climate Policy
Is the Future Now? Autonomous Vehicle Technology and Consumer Demand