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Sylwia Bialek

Economic Fellow

Sylwia Bialek is an Economic Fellow at Policy Integrity. Her microeconomics research focuses on environment, natural resources, and energy markets, with particular emphasis on welfare analysis. She also studies the foreign direct investment behavior of multinational corporations. Her work includes both theoretical modelling and empirical testing. She holds a Ph.D. in economics (summa cum laude) from Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany. She received her MSc in International Relations and MSc in Finance and Banking from the Warsaw School of Economics in Warsaw, Poland.

She can be reached at sylwia.bialek@nyu.edu.

Policy Briefs and Reports

Capacity Markets and Externalities: Avoiding Unnecessary and Problematic Reforms — April 2018

Public Comments

Public Comments to FERC on Seasonal Capacity Markets and Electricity Demand, July 2018

Public Comments to New York on Electricity Rate Design to New York on Electricity Rate Design — May 2018

Public Comments to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Civil Penalties for Violating Fuel Economy Standards — May 2018

Public Comments to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on PJM Capacity Market Repricing Proposal — May 2018

Public Comments to Virginia on Its Proposal to Join the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative — April 2018

Public Comments to the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative on Virginia’s Proposal — February 2018

Public Comments to New York State on Clean Energy Standards for Existing Generators — January 2018

Public Comments on Scope of Bill Impact Study to New York — December 2017

Public Comments on Carbon Pricing in Wholesale Electricity Markets to New York — November 2017

Public Comments on the Work Plan of the New York Carbon Pricing Task Force — November 2017

Public Comments on California‚Äôs Cap-and-Trade program — November 2017

Public Comments on Reconsideration of NHTSA Rule to Update Civil Penalties — October 2017

Public Comments on the Reconsideration of the Mid-Term CAFE Standards — October 2017

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