Seminar

Estimating Consumer Demand Spillovers from Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

December 15, 2022
 at 
12:00 pm
EST
Research from the University of Wisconsin-Madison & Boston University studies the impact of EV charging stations on foot traffic at neighboring stores.

Listen to Dewey's recorded seminar to learn about research from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Boston University Questrom School of Business looking at the impact of EV charging station placement on nearby retail foot traffic.

The analysis uses SafeGraph data to focus on the Tesla Supercharger network within the United States, and employs a differences-in-differences design that exploits the staggered construction of Supercharger stations to quantify the effect. 

Watch now to hear more about this study and ask questions about the research team's methods and findings.

Research from the University of Wisconsin-Madison & Boston University studies the impact of EV charging stations on foot traffic at neighboring stores.

Listen to Dewey's recorded seminar to learn about research from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Boston University Questrom School of Business looking at the impact of EV charging station placement on nearby retail foot traffic.

The analysis uses SafeGraph data to focus on the Tesla Supercharger network within the United States, and employs a differences-in-differences design that exploits the staggered construction of Supercharger stations to quantify the effect. 

Watch now to hear more about this study and ask questions about the research team's methods and findings.

Speakers
Yash Babar
Assistant Professor, Wisconsin School of Business
Research from the University of Wisconsin-Madison & Boston University studies the impact of EV charging stations on foot traffic at neighboring stores.

Listen to Dewey's recorded seminar to learn about research from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Boston University Questrom School of Business looking at the impact of EV charging station placement on nearby retail foot traffic.

The analysis uses SafeGraph data to focus on the Tesla Supercharger network within the United States, and employs a differences-in-differences design that exploits the staggered construction of Supercharger stations to quantify the effect. 

Watch now to hear more about this study and ask questions about the research team's methods and findings.

Speakers
Yash Babar
Assistant Professor, Wisconsin School of Business
Seminar

Estimating Consumer Demand Spillovers from Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

December 15, 2022
 at 
12:00 pm
EST

Seminar

Research from the University of Wisconsin-Madison & Boston University studies the impact of EV charging stations on foot traffic at neighboring stores.

Listen to Dewey's recorded seminar to learn about research from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Boston University Questrom School of Business looking at the impact of EV charging station placement on nearby retail foot traffic.

The analysis uses SafeGraph data to focus on the Tesla Supercharger network within the United States, and employs a differences-in-differences design that exploits the staggered construction of Supercharger stations to quantify the effect. 

Watch now to hear more about this study and ask questions about the research team's methods and findings.

Speakers

Yash Babar

Assistant Professor, Wisconsin School of Business

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