Cody Nehiba is an assistant professor of research in the Center for Energy Studies at Louisiana State University. His research focuses on environmental and urban economics.

Improving Efficiency and Equity with Geographically Targeted Gasoline Taxes

By Cody Nehiba | June 1, 2022

A close-up of a hand filling up their car's gas tank

Allowing greater flexibility in gasoline taxes could better account for local differences in congestion and pollution costs.

Fueling Collisions: The Case for a Smarter Freight Tax

By Cody Nehiba | November 14, 2019

In one form or another, most economic activity in the United States is connected to a truck. Trucking is the backbone of the American freight system — accounting for an estimated 60 percent of all fre …