Ryan Kellogg

University of Michigan and UC Berkeley

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Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Michigan and visiting professor at the Haas Energy Institute at the University of California, Berkeley

Ryan Kellogg on KCRW

Republicans are blaming the President, and he's  announcing new energy strategies , as the price of gasoline is up to  more than $4 a gallon  in parts of the country for the first time…

Pain at the Pump: What's behind the High Gas Prices?

Republicans are blaming the President, and he's announcing new energy strategies , as the price of gasoline is up to more than $4 a gallon in parts of the country for the first time…

from Which Way, L.A.?

The price of gasoline is up by an average of 30 cents since the start of the year. In parts of the country it's  more than $4 a gallon , for the first time since 2008.

Gasoline Prices Make for a Long, Hot Political Summer

The price of gasoline is up by an average of 30 cents since the start of the year. In parts of the country it's more than $4 a gallon , for the first time since 2008.

from To the Point

This weekend, we'll lose an hour of sleep but gain an hour of sunlight as  Daylight Savings  kicks in, all on the assumption that energy will be saved.

It's Baaack, but Does Daylight Saving Time Really Save Energy?

This weekend, we'll lose an hour of sleep but gain an hour of sunlight as Daylight Savings kicks in, all on the assumption that energy will be saved.

from To the Point

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