- Benefit-Cost Analysis for Drinking Water Standards: Efficiency, Equity, and Affordability Considerations in Small Communities Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis: Vol. 2: Issue 1, Article 4. 2011.
- A Call for Water Utility Reliability Standards: Regulating Water Utilities’ Infrastructure Programs to Achieve a Balance of Safety, Risk, and Cost National Regulatory Research Institute. 2010
- What Does Water Really Cost? Rate Design Principles for an Era of Supply Shortages, Infrastructure Upgrades, and Enhanced Water Conservation National Regulatory Research Institute. 2010
- How Should We Regulate Small Water Utilities? National Regulatory Research Institute. 2009
- The Relationship Between Household Financial Distress and Health: Implications for Drinking Water Regulation, National Rural Water Association. 2007
- Census data shed light on US water and wastewater costs,
Journal American Water Works Association, April 2005 (Executive Summary; full text available on-line to AWWA members)
- Thinking Outside the Bill: A Utility Manager's Guide to Assisting Low-Income Water Customers,
American Water Works Association, 2005 (Summary)
- Lead Contamination in Drinking Water, testimony before U.S. House
of Representatives Committee on Government Reform, May 2004
- What Price Safer Water?, Annual Meeting of National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, Atlanta, GA. 2003.
- The Cost of Water and Wastewater Service in the United States, a report prepared for the National Rural Water Association, Oct. 2003
- Understanding Telephone Penetration in Pennsylvania, a report prepared for the
Council for Utility Choice, Feb. 2003.
- Testimony before Pa. Treasurer, concerning Enron's role in Pennsylvania's energy market. 2002.
- Testimony before U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Science, concerning affordability of regulating arsenic in drinking water. 2001. Map
- Pennsylvania Utilities: How are Consumers, Workers, and Corporations Faring in the Deregulated Electricity, Gas, and Telephone Industries?, Keystone Research Center, Harrisburg, PA. 2001.
- Change Sickening Attitudes, published in the Dec. 18, 2000 issue of Engineering News-Record
- Be Utility Wise in a Restructured Utility Industry, Be UtilityWise Conference, Pittsburgh, PA. 2000.
- Estimating the Effect of Different Arsenic Maximum Contaminant Levels on the Affordability of Water Service, prepared for the American Water Works Association. 2000.
- The Future of Drinking Water Regulation, Annual Conference and Exhibition of the American Water Works Association, Denver, CO. 2000.
- The Impacts of Electric Restructuring on the Water and Wastewater Industry, Small Drinking Water and Wastewater Systems Symposium, NSF International, Phoenix, AZ. 2000.
- Assessing the Effect of the Proposed Radon Rule on the Affordability of Water Service, prepared for the American Water Works Association. 1999.
- Keynote Address, Dollar Energy Fund Annual Conference, Monroeville, PA. 1999. [slides]
- Consumer Advocacy for the Future, Age of Awareness Conference: Utilities in the New Millennium, Carlisle, PA. 1999. [slides]
- 30 Technology Tips in 30 Minutes, Pennsylvania Bar Institute: Utility Law Conference, Harrisburg, PA. 1998. [slides]
- The Effects of Electric and Gas Deregulation on Water Industry Competition, Pennsylvania Bar Institute: Utility Law Conference, Harrisburg, PA. 1998. [slides]
- A Nationwide Look at the Affordability of Water Service, American Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exhibition, Dallas, TX. 1998.
- The Ticking Bomb: Competitive Electric Metering, Billing & Collection, National Association of State Utility Consumer Advocates Annual Meeting, Boston, MA. 1997.
- Capacity Development in the Water Industry, National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners Annual Conference, Boston, MA. 1997.
- Capacity Development - More Than Viability Under a New Name, National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners Winter Meeting, Washington, DC. 1997. [slides]
- Recent Federal Legislation Affecting Drinking Water Utilities, Pennsylvania Bar Institute: Utility Law Conference, Harrisburg, PA. 1996.
- Changing Customers' Expectations in the Water Industry, Mid-America Regulatory Commissioners Conference, Chicago, IL. 1996. [slides]