My research explores the legal, policy, and financial challenges along the path to a sustainable energy economy. My scholarship draws on and engages with multiple literatures, including the literatures on environmental law, regulatory theory, law and economics, corporate law, technology innovation, tax law, and, more recently, federalism.
- Mormann, F. (2020). Why the divestment movement is missing the mark. Nature Climate Change. 10(12), 1067-1068.
- Lucas, G., & Mormann, F. (2019). Betting on Climate Policy: Using Prediction Markets to Address Global Warming. UC Davis Law Review. 1429-1486.
- Mormann, F. (2019). Clean Energy Equity. Utah Law Review. 335-382.
- Mormann, F. (2018). Market Segmentation vs. Subsidization: Clean Energy Credits and the Commerce Clause's Economic Wisdom. Washington law review (Seattle, Wash. : 1962). 93(4), 1853-1901.
- Mormann, F. (2018). Can Clean Energy Policy Promote Environmental, Economic, and Social Sustainability?. Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law. 33(2), 343-354.