Jeremy West is an economist who studies public policy and environmental sustainability. Much of his research considers the implications of behavioral economics for the efficacy of public policies related to energy. He evaluates the distributional consequences of policies as well as their overall efficiency. Jeremy is a faculty affiliate of the E2e Project, a research collaboration to improve energy efficiency. As a postdoctoral associate in the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research at MIT, he engaged extensively with government and industry parties working to improve environmental policies and practices.