Graf, C., Quaglia, F., and Wolak, F. A. (2021). (Machine) learning from the COVID-19 lockdown about electricity market performance with a large share of renewables. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Volume 105: 102398. doi | open access link | bibtex
Verde, S. F., Graf, C., and Jong, T. (2019). Installation entries and exits in the EU ETS: Patterns and the delay effect of closure provisions. Energy Economics, Volume 78: 508–524. doi | open access link | bibtex
Graf, C. and Marcantonini, C. (2017). Renewable energy and its impact on thermal generation. Energy Economics, Volume 66: 421–430. doi | open access link | bibtex
Wozabal, D., Graf, C., and Hirschmann, D. (2016). The effect of intermittent renewables on the electricity price variance. OR Spectrum, Volume 38(3): 687–709. doi | open access link | bibtex
Graf, C. and Wirl, F. (2014). Corporate social responsibility: a strategic and profitable response to entry? Journal of Business Economics, Volume 84(7): 917–927. doi | open access link | bibtex
Graf, C. and Six, M. (2014). The effect of information on the quality of decisions. Central European Journal of Operations Research, Volume 22(4): 647–662. doi | bibtex
Graf, C. and Wozabal, D. (2013). Measuring competitiveness of the EPEX spot market for electricity. Energy Policy, Volume 62: 948–958. doi | open access link | bibtex
Graf, C., Vetschera, R., and Zhang, Y. (2013). Parameters of social preference functions: measurement and external validity. Theory and Decision, Volume 74(3): 357–382. doi | bibtex
Graf, C., Quaglia, F., La Pera, E., and Wolak, F. A. (2021). Market Power Mitigation Mechanisms for Wholesale Electricity Markets: Status Quo and Challenges. open access link
Graf, C., Zobernig, V., Schmidt, J., and Klöckl, C. (2021). Computational Performance of Deep Reinforcement Learning to find Nash Equilibria. arXiv link | github link
Graf, C. and Wolak, F. A. (2020). Measuring the Ability to Exercise Unilateral Market Power in Locational-Pricing Markets: An Application to the Italian Electricity Market. Revise and Resubmit at RAND Journal of Economics. open access link
Graf, C., Quaglia, F., and Wolak, F. A. (2020). Simplified Electricity Market Models with Significant Intermittent Renewable Capacity: Evidence from Italy. Submitted. NBER | open access link
Graf, C., Quaglia, F., and Wolak, F. A. (2020). Market Performance Assessment in Locational Markets with Non-Convexities. open access link
Graf, C., Huppmann, D., and Ortner, A. (2013). Efficient reserve capacity prices in electricity balancing markets with long-term contracts.
Wozabal, D., Graf, C., and Hirschmann, D. (2013). Renewable Energy and its Impact on Power Markets. In: Handbook of Risk Management for Energy Production and Trading (Kovacevic, Pflug, and Vespucci; Eds.), International Series in Operations Research and Management Science, Volume 199, Springer. 283–311. doi | bibtex
Ortner, A. and Graf, C. (2013). Multi-market unit-commitment and capacity reserve prices in systems with a large share of hydro power: A case study. in 10th International
Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM). IEEE, pp. 1–8. doi | bibtex
Selected Talks and Presentations
ASSA Annual Meeting 2021 (Paper Session, Public Utilities), Virtual, January 2021. Simplified Electricity Market Models with Significant Intermittent Renewable Capacity: Evidence from Italy.
Mannheim Energy Conference 2013, Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Mannheim, Germany. June 2013. Multi-market unit-commitment and capacity reserve prices in systems with a large share of hydro power: a case study.
Applied Energy, Economics Letters, Energy Economics, Energy Journal, Energy Policy, IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, Journal of the European Economic Association, OR Spectrum, RAND Journal of Economics, Utilities Policy
2017--2018: Head of the Austrian Scientists in North America (ASciNA) Bay-Area Chapter (link).
2014--2015: Head of the Vienna Energy Group (VEG) which I founded in 2014. Purpose of the group is to connect Viennese Energy Economists/Scientists (link).