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Joseph Kruger PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Bipartisan Policy Center, Energy Project, 2011-­‐2014, Director for Energy and Environment. National Commission on Energy Policy, 2006-­‐2010, Policy Director White House Council on Environmental Quality, 2009-­‐2010, Deputy Associate Director, Energy and Climate. Resources for the Future, 2003-­‐2005, Visiting Scholar. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Branch Chief, Clean Air Markets Division, 1999-­‐2003. Branch Chief, Acid Rain Division, 1995-­‐1999. Section Chief, Acid Rain Division, 1992-­‐1995. Senior Policy Analyst, Acid Rain Division, 1990-­‐1992. Policy Analyst, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response, 1988-­‐1990. Policy Analyst, Office of Policy, Planning, and Evaluation, 1986-­‐1988. U.S. Department of Energy Research Resident, Summer 1985. Investor Responsibility Research Center Electric Utility Analyst, 1981-­‐1984. SELECTED ARTICLES, BOOK CHAPTERS, AND WORKING PAPERS Grumet, J., J. Kruger, and J. Macedonia, “Time to Modernize Aging Power Plants and Environmental Laws,” EM, October, 2011. Sterk, W., Kruger, J., 2009, ‘Establishing a transatlantic carbon market’, Climate Policy 9(4) Special Issue Linking GHG Trading Systems, 389-­‐401. Kruger, J., “Companies and Regulators in Emissions Trading Programs,” in Emissions Trading: Institutional Design, Decisions Making, and Corporate Strategies, edited by Ralf Antes, Bernd Hansjurgens, and Peter Letmathe, Springer, 2008. Kruger, J., Oates, W.E., and Pizer, W.A., “Decentralization in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme and Implications for Global Policy,” Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, Vol. 1, No. 1, March 2007. Ahman, M., Burtraw, D., Kruger, J., and Zetterberg, L. “A Ten Year Rule to Guide the Allocation of EU Emission Allowances,” Energy Policy, March 2007. Evans, D. and J. Kruger, “Taking Up the Slack: Lessons from a Cap and Trade Program in Chicago,” Environment, Vol. 49, No. 2, March 2007. Kruger, J., “From SO2 to Greenhouse Gases: Trends and Events Shaping Future Emissions Trading Programs in the United States,” in Acid in the Environment: Lessons Learned and Future Prospects edited by Gerald R. Visgilio and Diana M. Whitelaw. Springer Science+Business Media, Inc. 2006. Kruger, J., Christian Engenhoffer, “Confidence Through Compliance in Emissions Trading Markets,” Sustainable Development Law and Policy, Climate Law Special Edition 2006, Vol. VI, Issue 2. Kruger, J., William A. Pizer, “Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative: Prelude to a National Program?,” Resources, No. 156, Spring 2005. Kruger, J. and W.A. Pizer, “Greenhouse Gas Trading in Europe: The New Grand Policy Experiment,” Environment, Vol. 46, No. 8, October 2004. Kruger, J., K. S. Grover and J. Schreifels, “Building Institutions to Address Air Pollution in Developing Countries: The Cap and Trade Approach,” Proceedings of OECD Global Forum on Sustainable Development: Emissions Trading, OECD, Paris, 2003. Benkovic, S. and J. Kruger, (2001) “To Trade or Not to Trade? Criteria for Applying Cap and Trade,” in Optimizing Nitorgen Management in Food and Energy Production and Environmental Protection: Proceedings of the 2nd International Nitrogen Conference on Science and Policy. The ScientificWorld 1. Benkovic, S. and J. Kruger, “U.S. Sulfur Dioxide Emissions Trading Program: Results and Further Applications,” Water, Air and Soil Pollution 130: 241-­‐246, 2001. Kruger, J., B. J. McLean and R. Chen, “A Tale of Two Revolutions: Administration of the U.S. SO2 Trading Program,” in Emissions Trading: Environmental Policy’s New Instrument, edited by Richard Kosobud. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2000. Kruger, J.,and M.Dean.1997. Looking back on SO2 Trading: What’s Good for the Environment is Good for the Market. Public Utilities Fortnightly 135 (15): 30-­‐37. REPORTS Bipartisan Policy Center, Cybersecurity and the North American Electric Grid: New Policy Approaches to an Evolving Threat, contributing author, Washington, DC, February 2014. Bipartisan Policy Center, Capitalizing on the Evolving Power Sector: Policies for a Modern and Reliable Electric Grid, contributing author, Washington, DC, February 2013. Macedonia, J.; Kruger, J.; Long, L.; McGuinness, M., Environmental Regulation and Electric System Reliability; Staff Report of the Bipartisan Policy Center: Washington, DC, June 2011. Gupta, S., D. A. Tirpak, N. Burger, J. Gupta, N. Höhne, A. I. Boncheva, G. M. Kanoan, C. Kolstad, J. A. Kruger, A. Michaelowa, S. Murase, J. Pershing, T. Saijo, A. Sari, Policies, Instruments and Co-­‐operative Arrangements, Contribution of Working Group III to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [B. Metz, O.R. Davidson, P.R. Bosch, R. Dave, L.A. Meyer (eds)], Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY, USA. National Commission on Energy Policy, Siting Critical Energy Infrastructure: An Overview of Needs and Challenges, contributing author, NCEP Staff White Paper, June 2006. U.S.EPA, Tools of the Trade: A Guide to Designing and Operating a Cap and Trade Program for Pollution Control. Co-­‐editor and contributing author, Office of Air and Radiation, June 2003. Cao D., Wang, J., Yang, J., Morgenstern, R., Schreifels, J. and Kruger, J., Case Study of Emission Trading in Taiyuan City, Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences (CRAES) Research Report, 2002. National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program, Biennial Report to Congress: An Integrated Assessment. Co-­‐author of sections on emissions and compliance costs. Silver Spring, Maryland. May 1998. EDUCATION University of California, Berkeley, Goldman School of Public Policy, M.P.P., 1986. Cornell University, A.B., Government and Economics, January 1982.