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Lewis, Lori (Megdal), Tracey DeSimone, and Juliet Nelson. (2011) “Recession Impacts:  Savings During and After the Recession”. International Energy Program Evaluation Conference (IEPEC) View the Paper.

Michaud, Norman, Lori Megdal, and Pierre Baillargeon. (2009) “Billing Analysis & Environment that “Re–Sets” Savings for Programmable Thermostats in New Homes”. International Energy Program Evaluation Conference (IEPEC) View the Paper.

Megdal, Lori, Yogesh Patil, Cherie Gregoire, and Kathryn Parlin. (2009) “Feasting at the Ultimate Enhanced Free–Ridership Salad Bar”. International Energy Program Evaluation Conference (IEPEC) View the Paper.

Meissner, Jennifer, Cherie Gregoire, Steven Meyers, Lori Megdal, and Kathryn Parlin. (2008) “Allocating Impact Evaluation Resources:  Using Risk Analysis to Get the Biggest Bang for your Buck”. 18th National Energy Services Conference View the Paper.

Megdal, Lori. (2007) “Special Issues for Program Design and Evaluation of Industrial Energy Programs”. Industrial Energy Technology Conference.

Megdal, Lori. (2007) “Energy Efficiency Evaluation Training”. Hydro Québec and Econoler International.

Megdal, Lori. (2006) “Advertising:  Is its evaluation a “luxury” good or a “hand me down” special?”. 16th National Energy Services Conference.

Megdal, Lori and Sylvia Bender. (2006) “Evaluating Media Campaign Effectiveness:  Others Do it, Why Don’t We?”. ACEEE Summer Study on Buildings View the Paper.

Megdal, Lori. (2005) “Am I Wearing the Wrong Paradigm for My Program Goals?”. International Energy Program Evaluation Conference (IEPEC) View the Paper.

Megdal, Lori, Margaret Cush Grasso, Elaine Akley, and Bruce Bennett. (2005) “Learning from Successive Evaluations of a Low–Income Program”. International Energy Program Evaluation Conference (IEPEC) View the Paper.

Megdal, Lori. (2005) “Best Practices for the Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluation of Advertising Efforts”. International Energy Program Evaluation Conference (IEPEC).

Megdal, Lori. (2004) “The draft New California Evaluation Framework Concerning Training Efforts”. ACEEE Market Transformation Workshop.

Albert, Scott and Lori Megdal. (2004) “Using Program Theory And Logic To Improve Design and Likelihood of Real Market Change:  Experience with A State Public Benefits Program”. ACEEE Summer Study on Buildings View the Paper.

Gonzales, Patricia, Sharyn Barata, Lori Megdal, and Lawrence J. Pakenas. (2003) “Portfolio Process Evaluation:  A Bigger Perspective with Cost–Efficient Options”. International Energy Program Evaluation Conference (IEPEC) View the Paper.

Megdal, Lori, Ingo Bensch, and Darren Schauf. (2002) “Decision–Making Among Small & Medium Manufacturers & Indications of What is Needed to Reach These Customers”. American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) View the Paper.

Megdal, Lori, Tina Torres, Scott Albert, Sharyn Barata, and Martin Morse. (2001) “Low–Income Programs for Single Family, Multi–Family, and New Construction Sectors as Seen Through the NSTAR Evaluation”. International Energy Program Evaluation Conference (IEPEC) View the Paper.

Megdal, Lori, Richard Flood, Beatrice Mayo, and Tim Holmes. (2001) “When Business Analysis Tools Need to Accompany Program Theory Evaluation within Energy Efficiency Market Transformation Efforts”. American Evaluation Association (AEA) View the Paper.

Megdal, Lori, Mark Coleman, Jennifer Ellefsen, Larry Pakenas, Helen Kim, and Scott Albert. (2001) “Using a Mix of Program Theory Evaluation, and Comparisons as Evidence for Causality”. American Evaluation Association (AEA) View the Paper.

Megdal, Lori, Richard Spellman, and Bruce Johnson. (1999) “Methods and Measurement Issues for a DSM Evaluation versus a MT Maket Assessment and Baseline Study”. International Energy Program Evaluation Conference (IEPEC) View the Paper.

Megdal, Lori and Karen Pederson. (1998) “Persistence and Spillover/Market Transformation as Measured for Boston Edison Company’s Energy Efficiency Programs for the Last 7 Years”. International Association of Energy Economists’ Conference View the Paper.