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Hanna Breetz

Hanna Breetz
Senior Sustainability Scientist, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
Assistant Professor, School of Sustainability

Hanna.Breetz@asu.edu
480-727-0408

School of Sustainability
Arizona State University
PO Box 875502
Tempe, AZ 85287-5502

Dr. Breetz is a political scientist who studies the political economy of alternative energy, focusing on biofuels and synthetic fuels. Her research investigates both the drivers of alternative energy policy - including the role of interest groups, decision-making institutions, and information about science and technology - as well as the impact of energy policy on innovation and technological change.

PhD, Political Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013

BA, Government, Dartmouth College, 2002

Journal Articles

2011

Andres, R. B. and H. L. Breetz. 2011. Small nuclear reactors for military installations: Capabilities, costs, and technological implications. Strategic Forum 262:1-11. (link )

2007

Breetz, H. L. and K. Fisher-Vanden. 2007. Does cost-share replicate water quality trading projects? Implications for a possible partnership. Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 29(2):201-215. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9353.2007.00338.x. (link )

2005

Breetz, H. L., K. Fisher-Vanden, H. Jacobs and C. Schary. 2005. Trust and communication: Mechanisms for increasing farmers' participation in water quality trading. Land Economics 81(2):170-190. (link )

Reports

2011

Narayanamurti, V., L. Diaz Anadon, H. L. Breetz, M. Bunn, H. Lee and E. Miekle. 2011. Transforming the Energy Economy: Options for Accelerating the Commercialization of Advanced Energy Technologies. Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School. (link )

2004

Breetz, H. L., K. Fisher-Vanden, L. Garzon, H. Jacobs, K. Kroetz and R. Terry. 2004. Water Quality Trading and Offset Initiatives in the U.S.: A Comprehensive Survey. Dartmouth College. (link )