PURC’s research in energy covers the scope and efficacy of energy policy relating to market structure, pricing, infrastructure development, renewable energy and energy efficiency.
DMI researchers examine the business and regulatory implications of the growth of digital markets, through rigorous and relevant research, public engagement, and student mentorship.
PURC’s research in telecommunications focuses on competition, technology change, pricing, and universal service and access.
PURC’s research in water centers around water utility governance, utility benchmarking, sustainable pricing, and incentives for cost containment and service quality improvements.
PURC’s research in leadership examines approaches for addressing the intensely political context for infrastructure, including means for leading the significant changes occurring in sectors.