Jesse Barnes (Public Policy and Leadership), Anjala Krishen (Marketing and International Business), and Alexander Chan (both Business) recently published their article, "Passive and Active Peer Effects in the Spatial Diffusion of Residential Solar Panels: A Case Study of the Las Vegas Valley," in the Journal of Cleaner Production. In this interdisciplinary study, the authors analyzed the relationship between peer effects and rooftop solar panel adoption rates in Las Vegas. Barnes is a Ph.D. candidate in the School of Public Policy & Leadership, and Chan is an MBA candidate in the Lee Business School. Special thanks to professor Krishen for her invaluable mentorship and supervision of this study.
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