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Faculty

Robert W. Barron

Asst Prof Ind Eng & Eng Mgmt | Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management
Education:
PhD, Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, University of Massachusetts
Office: Sleith 307E
(413) 782-1727
CURRICULUM VITAE
INTERESTS

Integrated Assessment

Water-Energy-Food Nexus

Decision Support for Local-Scale Climate Change Stakeholders

COURSES TAUGHT

Engineering Economy

Quality Engineering

PUBLICATIONS

Journal Articles

Barron, R., Hill, M. (2019 ). A Wedge or a Weight? Critically Examining Nuclear Power's Viability as A Low-Carbon Energy Source From an Intergenerational Perspective . Energy Research and Social Science

Bosetti, V., Marangoni, G., Borgonovo, E., Anadon, L. D., Barron, R., McJeon, H. C., Friley, P. (2015 ). Sensitivity to Energy Technology Costs: A Multi-Model Comparison Analysis . Energy Policy

Barron, R., & McJeon (2015 ). The Differential Impact of Low-carbon Technologies on Climate Change Mitigation Cost Under a Range of Socioeconomic and Climate Policy Scenarios . Energy Policy

Nemet, G., Baker, E., Barron, R., & Harms, S. (2015 ). Characterizing the Effects of Policy Instruments on the Future Costs of Carbon Capture for Coal Power Plants . Climatic Change

Barron, R., Djimadoumbaye, N., & Baker, E. (2014 ). How Grid Integration Costs Impact the Optimal R&D Portfolio Into Electricity Supply Technologies in the Face of Climate Change . Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments