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Publications I have authored or collaborated with others:


    1. Lawrence, Lin, Shawn Sorrels, Shakthi T. Sivaram, Eric Lam, & Gal Hochman. (2021). “Improvement of Aquaculture Profitability and Sustainability Through Integration with Duckweed.Agriculture Research and Technology, 2(1), 2-6
    2. Hochman, Gal & David Zilberman. (2021). “Optimal Environmental Taxation in Response to an Environmentally-unfriendly Political Challenger.Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 106
    3. Hochman, Gal & Tabakis, Chrysostomos. (2020). “The Potential Implications of the Introduction of Bioelectricity in South Korea.Sustainability, 12
    4. Hochman, Gal & Tabakis, Chrysostomos. (2020). “Biomass to Fuel: The Case of South Korea.Sustainability, 12, 1-17
    5. William J. Schmelz, Gal Hochman, & Kenneth G. Miller. (2020). “Total cost of carbon capture and storage implemented at a regional scale: northeastern and midwestern United States.Interface Focus.
    6. Hochman, Gal; Goldman, Alan; Felder, Frank; Mayer, James; Miller, Alexander; Holland, Patrick; Goldman, Leo; Manocha, Patricia; Song, Ze; Aleti, Saketh. (2020). “The Potential Economic Feasibility of Direct Electrochemical Nitrogen Reduction as a Route to Ammonia.ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering
    7. Aleti, S. & G. Hochman. (2020). “Non-Constant Elasticity of Substitution and Intermittent Renewable Energy.” Agricultural and Resource Economics Review
    8. Dong, K., Hochman, G., Timilsina, G. (2020). “Do drivers of CO2 emission growth alter over time and by the stage of economic development?Energy Policy
    9. Dong, K., Hochman, G., Kong, X., Sun, R., & Wang, Z. (2019). “Spatial econometric analysis of China’s PM10 pollution and its influential factors: Evidence from the provincial level.” Ecological Indicators, 96, 317-328.
    10. Bingjie Xu, Ruoyu Zhong, Gal Hochman, & Kangyin Dong (2019). “The environmental consequences of fossil fuels in China: National and regional perspectives.” Sustainable Development, 1-12
    11. Kangyin Dong, Gal Hochman, Yaqing Zhang, Renjin Sun, Hui Li, & Hua Liao. (2018). “CO2 emissions, economic and population growth, and renewable energy: Empirical evidence across regions.” Energy Economics, 75, 180-192. doi:10.1016/j.eneco.2018.08.017
    12. Gal Hochman, Hochman, E., Naveh, N., & Zilberman, D. (2018). “The synergy between aquaculture and hydroponics technologies: The case of lettuce and tilapia.” Sustainability, 10(10), 3479.
    13. Kangyin Dong, Renjin Sun, Gal Hochman, & Hui Li (2018). “Energy intensity and energy conservation potential in China: A regional comparison perspective.” Energy, 155, 782-795.
    14. Gal Hochman & David Zilberman. (2018). “Corn Ethanol and US Biofuel Policy 10 Years Later: A Quantitative Assessment.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 100(2): 570-584.
    15. David Zilberman, Ben Gordon, Gal Hochman, & Justus Wesseler. (2018). “Economic of sustainable development and the bioeconomy.Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, Vol. 40(1): 22–37
    16. Kangyin Dong, Renjin Sun, & Gal Hochman. (2017). “Do natural gas and renewable energy consumption lead to less CO2 emission? Empirical evidence from a panel of BRICS countries.” Energy, Vol. 141(15): 1466-1478.
    17. Kangyin Dong, Renjin Sun, Gal Hochman, Xiangang Zeng, Hui Li, & Hangdian Jiang. (2017). “Impact of natural gas consumption on CO2 emissions: Panel data evidence from China’s provinces.” Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 162: 400-410.
    18. Gal Hochman & Govinda R. Timilsina. (2017). “Energy Efficiency Barriers in Commercial and Industrial Firms in Ukraine: An Empirical Analysis.” Energy Economics, Vol. 63: 22-30.
    19. Mook Bangalore, Gal Hochman, & David Zilberman. (2016). “Policy Incentives and Adoption of Agricultural Anaerobic Digestion:  A Survey of Europe and the United States.” Renewable Energy, Vol. 97: 559-571
    20. Govinda Timilsina, Gal Hochman, & Iryna Fedets. (2016). “Understanding Energy Efficiency Barriers in Ukraine: Insights from a Survey of Commercial and Industrial Firms.Energy, Vol. 106: 203-211.
    21. Gregory D Graff, Gal Hochman, Chubashini Suntharlingam, & David Zilberman. (2015). “The Competing Policy Paradigms of Agricultural Biotechnology.” AgBioForum, Vol. 18(2): 168-181.
    22. David Zilberman, Greg Graff, Gal Hochman, & Scott Kaplan. (2015). “The Political Economy of Biotechnology.” German Journal of Agriculture Economics, Vol. 64(4): 212-223.
    23. Gal Hochman, Shisi Wang, Qing Li, Paul Gotlieb, Fuqing Xu, & Yebo Li. (2015). “Cost of organic waste technologies: A case study for New Jersey.” AIMS Energy, Vol. 3(3): 450-462
    24. Deepak Rajagopal, Gal Hochman, Richard Plevin, & David Zilberman. (2015). “Multi-objective regulations on transportation fuels: Comparing renewable fuel mandates and emission standards.” Energy Economics, Vol. 49: 359-369.
    25. Gal Hochman & David Zilberman. (2015). “The political economy of OPEC.” Energy Economics, Vol. 48: 203-216
    26. Gal Hochman & David Zilberman. (2015). “Shale Oil and Biofuels: Implications for Oil Prices and the Political Instability of OPEC as a Cartel-of-Nations.” Energy Forum, First Quarter: 27-29.
    27. Orly Levitan, Jorge Dinamarca, Gal Hochman, & Paul G. Falkowski. (2014). “Diatoms: a fossil fuel of the future.” Trends in Biotechnology, 32(3), 117-124
    28. Gal Hochman, Deepak Rajagopal, Govinda Timilsina, & David Zilberman. (2014). “Quantifying the causes of the global food commodity price crisis.” Biomass & Bioenergy, Vol. 68: 106-114.
    29. Gal Hochman. (2014). “Biofuels at a crossroad.” Choices, Vol. 29(1): 1-5.
    30. David Zilberman, Gal Hochman, Scott Kaplan, & Eunice Mi Kim. “The political economy of biofuels.” Choices, Vol. 29(1): 1-5.
    31. Michael C. Trachtenberg & Gal Hochman. (2014). “Ethical Energy and the Clean Electron,” Villanova Environmental Law Journal, Vol. XXV(1): 121-147.
    32. David Zilberman, Scott M. Kaplan, Eunice Mi Kim, Gal Hochman, & Gregory Graff. (2013). “Continents Divided: Understanding Differences on GM Acceptance between Europe and North America,” GM Crops and Food: Biotechnology in Agriculture and the Food Chain, Vol. 4(3): 202-208
    33. Gal Hochman, Eithan Hochman, & David Zilberman. (2013). “The corruption of transition,” International Journal of Business and Management, 8(23): 76-92
    34. Michael C. Trachtenberg & Gal Hochman. (2013) “Energy efficiency: the critical systems lifetime measure,” Energy Forum, Second Quarter: 11–15.
    35. David Zilberman, Geoffrey Barrow, Gal Hochman, & Deepak Rajagopal. (2013). “On the indirect effect of biofuel,” The American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 95(5): 1332-1337.
    36. Gal Hochman, Chrysostomos Tabakis, & David Zilberman. (2013). “The Impact of International Trade on Institutions and Infrastructure,” Journal of Comparative Economics, Vol. 41(1): 126-140.
    37. Gal Hochman, Scott Kaplan, Deepak Rajagopal, & David Zilberman. (2012). “Biofuel and Food-Commodity Prices,” Agriculture, Vol. 2(3): 272-281.
    38. David Zilberman, Gal Hochman, Deepak Rajagopal, Steve Sexton, & Govinda Timilsina. (2012). “The Impact of Biofuels on Food Prices: Assessment of Findings,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 95: 275-281.
    39. Gal Hochman, Oded Hochman, Eithan Hochman, Amir Heiman, & Ping-Sun Leung. (2011). “Advertising Versus Sales In Demand Creation,” The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, Vol. 11(1): 1-27.
    40. David Zilberman, Gal Hochman, & Deepak Rajagopal. (2011). “Indirect Land Use Change: A second-best solution to a first-class problem,” AgBioForum, Vol. 13(4): 382-390.
    41. David Zilberman, Gal Hochman, & Deepak Rajagopal. (2011). “On the Inclusion of Indirect Land Use in Biofuel Regulations,” University of Illinois Law Review, Vol. 2011(2): 413-434.
    42. Gal Hochman, Deepak Rajagopal & David Zilberman. (2011). “The effect of biofuels on the international oil market,” Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, Vol. 33(3): 402-427.
    43. Deepak Rajagopal, Gal Hochman, & David Zilberman. (2010). “Indirect fuel use change (IFUC) and the lifecycle environmental impact of biofuel policies,” Energy Policy, Vol. 39(1): 228-233.
    44. Gal Hochman, Deepak Rajagopal, & David Zilberman. (2010). “Are Biofuels the Culprit: OPEC, Food, and Fuel,” The American Economic Review, Vol. 100(2): 183-187
    45. Gal Hochman, Deepak Rajagopal & David Zilberman. (2010). “The Effect of Biofuels on Crude Oil Markets,” AgBioForum, Vol. 13(2): 112-118.
    46. Gal Hochman & Ella Segev. (2010). “Managed Trade with Imperfect Information,”
      The International Economic Review, Vol. 51(1): 187-211.
    47. Madhu Khanna, Gal Hochman, Deepak Rajagopal, Steven E. Sexton & David Zilberman. (2009). “Sustainability of Food, Energy, and Environment with Biofuels,” CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources, Vol. 028(4): 1-10.
    48. Gregory D. Graff, Gal Hochman, & David Zilberman. (2009). “The Political Economy of Agricultural Biotechnology Policies,” AgBioForum, Vol. 12(1): 34-46.
    49. Deepak Rajagopal, Steven E. Sexton, Gal Hochman, & David Zilberman. (2009). “Recent Developments in Renewable Technologies: R&D Investment/Synthetic Biology,” Annual Review of Resource Economics, Vol. 1: 621-644.
    50. Steven E. Sexton, Deepak Rajagopal, Gal Hochman, David W. Roland-Holst, & David Zilberman. (2009). “Biofuel policy must evaluate environmental, food security and energy goals to maximize net benefits,” California Agriculture, Vol. 63(4): 191-198.
    51. Deepak Rajagopal, Steven E. Sexton, Gal Hochman, David W. Roland-Holst, & David Zilberman. (2009). “Model estimates food-versus-biofuel trade-off,” California Agriculture, Vol. 63(4): 199-201.
    52. Steven E. Sexton, David Zilberman, Deepak Rajagopal, & Gal Hochman. (2009). “The Role of Biotechnology in the Sustainable Biofuel Future,” AgrBioForum, Vol. 12(1): 130-140.
    53. Gal Hochman, Steven E. Sexton, & David Zilberman. (2008). “The Economics of Biofuel Policy and Biotechnology,” Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization, Vol. 6(2): 1-22.
    54. Gal Hochman. (2008). “Trade Negotiations, Domestic Policies, and the Most Favored Nation Clause,” The Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. 41(3): 781-795.
    55. Eyal Brill, Gal Hochman, & Eithan Hochman. (1997). “Aspects of Privatization of a Water Region,” The Economic Quarterly, Vol. 44(2): 241-262.

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