Publications

  1. Sun, B.; Eryilmaz, D.; Konidena, R. “Transparency in Long-Term Electric Demand Forecast: A Perspective on Regional Load Forecasting”. IEEE Smart Grid Newsletter, August 2019.

  2. Sun, B.; Apland, J. “Optimal bus scheduling considering operating costs and emissions: a multiple objective, mixed integer programming framework”. Public Transport, 11(2), 237-267.

  3. Sun, B. (2018). Heterogeneous direct rebound effect: Theory and evidence from the Energy Star program. Energy Economics, 69, 335-349.

  4. Damon, A., Glewwe, P. , Wisniewski, S. and Sun, B. (2019), What education policies and programmes affect learning and time in school in developing countries? A review of evaluations from 1990 to 2014. Review of Education, 7(2), 295-387.

  5. Damon, A., Glewwe, P., Wisniewski, S., & Sun, B. (2016). Education in Developing Countries-what Policies and Programmes Affect Learning and Time in School?. Expertgruppen for bistandsanalys (EBA). ISBN:978-91-88143-12-9.


Working papers

  1. Bhandari, Vivek; Konidena, Rao; Sun, Bixuan. “Missing discourse on microgrids - the importance of Transmission and Distribution infrastructure”.

  2. Eryilmaz, Derya; Sun, Bixuan. “Impacts of electric vehicle adoption on utility short and long term planning”

  3. Sun, Bixuan. “Heterogeneous Impacts of Residential Solar Rebate Programs in the U.S.: A Machine Learning Perspective”.

  4. Glewwe, Paul; Wisniewski, Suzanne; Sun, Bixuan. “Teachers in Developing Countries”.

  5. Sun, Bixuan; Chan, Gabriel. “A Network-Based Automated Approach for Identifying Technological Spillovers with an Application in Solar Photovoltaics”.

  6. Sun, Bixuan; Miller, Steve. “Market power and the transition to clean energy”.

  7. Miller, Steve; Sun, Bixuan. “Measuring knowledge diversity and its effects”.

  8. Miller, Steve; Sun, Bixuan. “Research portfolio diversity and breakthrough technologies in the renewable energy sector”.


Programming

Apland, Jeffrey; Sun, Bixuan. A Multi-Period, Multiple Objective, Mixed Integer Programming, GAMS Model for Transit System Planning. AgEcon Search, Staff Paper P19-3.