In this piece, the Revolving Door Project's Kenny Stancil and I described how the National Association of Insurance Commissioners is serving as an obstacle to effective management of climate risk by insurance companies. 

In this piece for The American Prospect, Kenny Stancil and I explained how the insurance crisis presents a critical opportunity for Democrats to learn the political and policy lessons necessary for navigating the climate crisis.

This policy resource from Climate Cabinet provides an overview of climate risk and state insurance policy. The overview defines key terms and trends, and summarizes the June 2023 policy recommendations made by the Federal Insurance Office.

For Hill Heat, I described how Minnesota's new Climate Innovation Finance Authority lays the groundwork for integrating climate and industrial policy.

In this Roosevelt Institute issue brief, co-authored with Lenore Palladino and Kristina Karlsson, I highlighted the risks and costs associated with anti-ESG actions by state policymakers, and laid out a framework for protecting state pensions from climate risk. 

In this piece, I describe how a proposal for a federal bailout manager might have allowed for needed corporate restructuring as the airline industry grapples with the climate crisis.

In this paper, co-authored with Professor David Wood and published in partnership with Boulder County, Colorado, I outlined recommendations for how state and local governments should design "green banks" in order to qualify for federal funding authorized by the Inflation Reduction Act. 

For Washington Monthly, I reflected on the prescient testimony of a former West Virginia attorney general against Supreme Court nominee Robert Bork, whose influence over the weakening of antitrust enforcement resonates strongly today. 

With economists Andrew Levin and Valerie Wilson, I co-authored this proposal for addressing long-standing governance and transparency problems at the Federal Reserve by making the Fed a fully public institution.