Professor Shcherbakova is an applied economist with expertise in economics, regulation, and policy of energy and natural resource markets. Her current research focuses on how energy and resource firms interact with political agents and regulators; how firms' non-market strategies affect social welfare; how voluntary disclosure of strategic information affects competition; and what impact technological changes in natural gas and electricity markets have on measures of risk and volatility. Professor Shcherbakova's research on electricity, renewables, and oil and gas markets has been published in a number of peer-reviewed energy, environmental, and economic journals.
- Kurucak, A., & Shcherbakova, A. (2016). Estimating the hedging value of an energy exchange in Turkey to a retail power consumer. ENERGY. 101, 16-26.
- Shcherbakova, A. V., Kleit, A., & Dhanurendra, B. (2015). Exploring shipping inefficiencies in global liquified natural gas trade patterns. Journal of Energy Markets. 8(2), 67-86.
- Lei, Z., & Shcherbakova, A. V. (2015). Revealing climate change opinions through investment behavior: Evidence from Fukushima. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT. 70, 92-108.
- Shcherbakova, A., Kleit, A., Blumsack, S., Cho, J., & Lee, W. (2014). Effect of increased wind penetration on system prices in Korea's electricity markets. WIND ENERGY. 17(10), 1469-1482.
- Shcherbakova, A., Kleit, A., & Cho, J. (2014). The value of energy storage in South Korea’s electricity market: A Hotelling approach. Applied Energy. 125, 93-102.