Anastasia Shcherbakova


Anastasia Shcherbakova is an assistant professor at Texas A&M University’s Department of Agricultural Economics. She is an applied economist with research expertise in energy and environment, regulation, and political economy. Dr. Shcherbakova’s research has been published in economic, environmental, and energy journals. She holds a PhD in Public Policy from the University of Chicago.


Kim, J., Shcherbakova, A., “Common failures of demand response,” Energy 36(2), 2011, pp. 873-880

Lei, Z., Shcherbakova, A., “Revealing climate change opinions through investment behavior: evidence from Fukushima.” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Vol. 70 (March 2015), pp.92-108

Kleit, A., Shcherbakova, A., Chen, X., “Restructuring and the retail residential market for power in Pennsylvania," Energy Policy 46, July 2012, pp. 443-451

Shcherbakova, A., Kleit, A., Dhanurendra, B., 2015 “Exploring shipping inefficiencies in global LNG trade patterns.” Journal of Energy Markets, Vol. 8(2), pp. 67-86

Shcherbakova, A., Kleit, A., Cho, J., “The Value of Storage in South Korea's Energy Market: A Hotelling Approach.” Applied Energy, Vol. 125, pp. 93-102, July 2014

Research interests:

Economics of regulation, non-market strategy, political economy of energy, environment, and natural resource markets

Curriculum Vitae

PhD, Public Policy, University of Chicago

BA, Economics, Knox College

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