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Dr. Duh is an associate at The Brattle Group with experience working on damages and economic analyses with a focus on health care. She received her Ph.D. in Economics from Princeton University, where her academic research focused on global health issues. 

Publications
Article
Overcoming the Over-Forecasting Bias of Pure Econometric Models: A Utility Case Study
February 27, 2017
Ahmad Faruqui, Josephine Duh, and Ingrid Rohmund
Published in the February 2017 issue of Electricity Policy’s Electricity Daily
This article addresses the issue of econometric models over-forecasting utility sales, resulting in revenue shortfall.
Report
Curating the Future of Rate Design for Residential Customers
July 20, 2016
Ahmad Faruqui, Wade Davis , Josephine Duh, and Cody Warner
Published in Electricity Policy
Presentation
Emerging Issues in Forecasting Energy Consumption
June 24, 2016
Presented at the CRRI Western Conference 2016
News & Events
February 27, 2017
Brattle Economists Discuss Econometric Models in Electricity Daily Article

Brattle economists have co-authored an article published in the February 2017 issue of Electricity Policy’s Electricity Daily that addresses the issue of econometric models over-forecasting utility sales, resulting in revenue shortfall.

July 20, 2016
Paper by Brattle Economists Examines the Case for Deploying Three-Part Rates for Residential Customers

Brattle economists have authored a paper examining the rationale for offering three-part rates to all residential customers.