MISI periodically issues press releases and reports and has its research published in books, magazines, and peer-reviewed journals. While some reports remain business-confidential, the following are available to the public:


Carbon Dioxide: Social Cost or Social Benefit? Presented at U.S. Energy Association Conference, Washington, DC, December 2014, 47 pages.

The Social Costs of Carbon? No, the Social Benefits of Carbon. Report prepared for the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity, January 2014, 182 pages.

Carbon Policy Around the Globe: Degrees of Disaster. Presented at The Energy Council 2013 Global Energy and Environmental Issues Conference, Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada, December 2013, 27 pages.

"Economic, Environmental, and Jobs Impacts of Increased Efficiency in Existing Coal-Fired Power Plants" Journal of Fusion Energy, 2013, pp. 215-220.*

"The Return on Investment of the Clean Coal Technology Program in the USA" Energy Policy, 2013, pp. 104-112.*

"Implications of the 2012 Election Abound" World Oil, February 2013, pp. 35-42.*

"Parsing the EIA Oil and Gas Forecasts" World Oil, February 2013, p. 27.*

"Political Parties' Energy Agendas Compete and Contrast" World Oil, October 2012, pp. 81-89.*

"Florida Will be Hard Hit by MACT" Modern Power Systems, September 2012, pp. 15-16.*

"Energy Subsidy Myths and Realities" Public Utilities Fortnightly, June 2012, pp. 62-67.*

"Not-So-Green Superhighway" Public Utilities Fortnightly, February 2012, pp. 34-42.*

Options For National Oil Emergency Response Plans. Presented at the 2011 ASPO-USA Meeting; U.S. Capitol, Congressional Auditorium, Washington, D.C., November 3, 2011, 35 pages.

"Keystone Follies" World Oil, November 2011, page 23.*

60 Years of Energy Incentives - Analysis of Federal Expenditures for Energy Development. Report prepared for The Nuclear Energy Institute, October 2011, 58 pages.

More Jobs Per Gallon: How Strong Fuel Economy/GHG Standards Will Fuel American Jobs. Report prepared for Ceres, August 2011, 30 pages.

Analysis of the Impact on Florida of the Proposed EPA Utility MACT Regulations. Report prepared for the Environmental Committee of the Florida Electric Power Coordinating Group, Inc., July 2011, 61 pages.

The Impending World Energy Mess. Presented at the Economics of America's Oil Dependence Panel, Rayburn House Office Building; Washington, D.C., July 14, 2011, 11 pages.

"Oil and Gas Subsidies in Perspective" World Oil, May 2011, page 23.*

"New Congress Digs in Its Heels" World Oil, February 2011, pp. 1-4.*

"Potential Economic Impact of the EPA Endangerment Finding on Low Income Groups and Minorities" The Business Review, Cambridge, Vol 16 No 1 (December 2010), pp. 127-133.*

Economic and Employment Benefits of the Chemical and Water Security Act of 2009 (H.R. 2868) - and - Sen. Frank Lautenberg Press Release (7/15/10), - and - Greenpeace Summary (7/15/10), - and - Greenpeace Fact Sheet (7/15/10). Report prepared for Greenpeace, July 2010, 26 pages.

Economic and Job Impacts of Increased Efficiency in Existing Coal-Fired Power Plants. Presented at the CleanTech 2010 Conference; Anaheim, California; June 2010, 5 pages.

Potential Unforeseen Consequences of Dedicated Renewable Energy Transmission: Implications For the European Energy Market. Presented at the European Energy Market Conference; Madrid, Spain; June 2010, 12 pages.

Estimation of the Industry Job Impacts of Climate Change Mitigation Initiatives. Report prepared for The Blue Green Alliance, May 2010, 107 pages.

Potential Impact of the EPA Endangerment Finding on Low Income Groups and Minorities. Report prepared for the Affordable Power Alliance, March 2010, 15 pages.

Estimating The Job Impacts of 'Tackling Climate Change'. Report prepared for the American Solar Energy Society, October 2009, 92 pages.

Why Clean Energy Public Investment Makes Economic Sense - The Evidence Base (Executive Summary), 10 pages - and - Full Report, 92 pages. Reports prepared for the United Nations Environment Programme, SEF Alliance, July 2009.

"Nuclear Power Prospects in the USA: The Continuing Problem of the Waste Issue" Energy & Environment, Vol 20, No 3 (2009), pp. 375-385.*

Green Collar Jobs in the U.S. and Colorado: Economic Drivers for the 21st Century. Report prepared for the American Solar Energy Society, January 2009, 67 pages.

Analysis of Federal Expenditures for Energy Development. Report prepared for the Nuclear Energy Institute, September 2008, 73 pages.

"Disaster in the Air" World Oil, Vol 229, No 8 (August 2008), pp. 31-32.*

"Long-Term Nuclear Knowledge Management (NKM) of Innovative Nuclear Energy Systems (INES) - A Case Study of the Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute (JAERI)" Progress in Nuclear Energy, Vol 50 (2008), pp. 683-687.*

Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency: Economic Drivers for the 21st Century. Report prepared for the American Solar Energy Society, November 2007, 54 pages.

"A Half Century of U.S. Federal Government Energy Incentives: Value, Distribution, and Policy Implications" International Journal of Global Energy Issues, Vol 27, No 1 (2007), pp. 42-60.*

"Establishing Benchmarks for Environmental Comparisons" Modern Power Systems, December 2006, pp. 11-14.*

Economic Impacts of Liquid Fuel Mitigation Options. Report prepared for the U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory, July 2006, 131 pages.

"Allocating Funds" World Coal, Vol 15, No 6 (June 2006), pp. 55-61.*

"The U.S. Energy Subsidy Scorecard" Issues in Science and Technology, Vol XXII, No 3 (Spring 2006), pp. 83-85.*

"Support for R&D" Energy, Winter 2006, pp. 45-46.*

"Peaking of World Oil Production and Its Mitigation" American Institute of Chemical Engineers Journal, Vol 52, No 1 (January 2006), pp. 2-8.*

"The Impacts of Nuclear Facilities on Property Values and Other Factors in the Surrounding Communities" International Journal of Nuclear Governance, Economy, and Ecology, Vol 1, No 1 (2006), pp. 122-144.*

"The Value of Small Hydro" International Water Power and Dam Construction, Vol 57, No 10 (October 2005), p. 26-30.*

"Using Vested Assets for the Reconstruction of Iraq" Public Fund Digest, Vol V, No 2 (August 2005), p. 28-38.*

"Peaking of World Oil Production: Is the Wolf Near?" Geotimes, Vol 50, No 7 (July 2005), p. 7.*

"Mitigating a Long-Term Shortfall of World Oil Production" World Oil, Vol 226, No 5 (May 2005), pp. 47-53.*

"Peaking Oil Production: Sooner Rather Than Later?" Issues in Science and Technology, Spring 2005, pp. 25-30.*

"Fuel Efficiency and the Economy" American Scientist, March-April 2005, pp. 132-139.*

"When Will Oil Peak?" Energy, Winter 2005, pp. 8-10.*

Peaking of World Oil Production: Impacts, Mitigation, and Risk Management. Report prepared for the U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory, February 2005, 91 pages.

"Potential Long-Term Impacts of Changes in U.S. Vehicle Fuel Efficiency Standards" Energy Policy. February 2005. pp. 407-419.*


Jobs and Environment Initiative Reports
"Environmental Protection, the Economy, and Jobs: National and Regional Analysis" Journal of Environmental Management, Vol 86 (2008), pp. 63-79.*

Jobs Creation in the Environmental Industry in the U.S. and Nine States: Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, and Wisconsin: Synthesis of Findings and Policy Recommendations, April 2006, 18 pages.

"Jobs Creation and Environmental Protection." Nature, Vol 434, No 7033 (March 31, 2005), p. 678.*

Jobs Creation in the Environmental Industry in Arizona and the United States, March 2005, 80 pages.

Jobs Creation in the Environmental Industry in California and the United States, April 2005, 89 pages.

Jobs Creation in the Environmental Industry in Connecticut and the United States, February 2005, 80 pages.

Jobs Creation in the Environmental Industry in Florida and the United States, December 2004, 88 pages.

Jobs Creation in the Environmental Industry in Michigan and the United States. July 2004. 73 pages.

Jobs Creation in the Environmental Industry in Minnesota and the United States. October 2004, 76 pages.

Jobs Creation in the Environmental Industry in North Carolina and the United States. December 2004, 88 pages.

Jobs in the Environmental Industry in Ohio and the United States. May 2004, 72 pages.

Jobs Creation in the Environmental Industry in Wisconsin and the United States. October 2004, 69 pages.


"The Case Against Gas Dependence" Public Utilities Fortnightly. April 2004. pp. 43-47.*


"A Half Century of Long-Range Energy Forecasts: Errors Made, Lessons Learned, and Implications for Forecasting" Journal of Fusion Energy. December 2002. pp. 155-172. *

"An Energy Policy That Actually Worked" America's Independent. June 2002. pp. 11-14. *


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