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Energy Economics

1979 - 2018

Continuation of Journal of Energy Finance & Development.

Current editor(s): R. S. J. Tol, Beng Ang, Lance Bachmeier, Perry Sadorsky, Ugur Soytas and J. P. Weyant

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Volume 29, issue 6, 2007

Changes at energy economics pp. 1131-1134 Downloads
Richard Tol and John P. Weyant
Energy consumption and economic activities in Iran pp. 1135-1140 Downloads
Mehrzad Zamani
The electricity consumption and GDP nexus for the Fiji Islands pp. 1141-1150 Downloads
Paresh Narayan and Baljeet Singh
The relationship between energy and production: Evidence from Turkish manufacturing industry pp. 1151-1165 Downloads
Ugur Soytas and Ramazan Sarı
Energy consumption and GDP in Turkey: Is there a co[hyphen (true graphic)]integration relationship? pp. 1166-1178 Downloads
Wietze Lise and Kees Van Montfort
Electricity consumption and economic growth in China: Cointegration and co-feature analysis pp. 1179-1191 Downloads
Jiahai Yuan, Changhong Zhao, Shunkun Yu and Zhaoguang Hu
Electricity consumption and economic growth: Bounds and causality analyses of OPEC members pp. 1192-1205 Downloads
Jay Squalli
Energy consumption and GDP revisited: A panel analysis of developed and developing countries pp. 1206-1223 Downloads
Chien-Chiang Lee and Chun-Ping Chang
Energy consumption and projected growth in selected Caribbean countries pp. 1224-1232 Downloads
Brian M. Francis, Leo Moseley and Sunday Osaretin Iyare
Exploring the relationship between energy use and economic growth with bivariate models: New evidence from G-7 countries pp. 1233-1253 Downloads
Theodoros Zachariadis
Estimating energy elasticity with structural changes in Japan pp. 1254-1259 Downloads
Keiko Yamaguchi

Volume 29, issue 5, 2007

Risk evaluation in Colombian electricity market using fuzzy logic pp. 999-1009 Downloads
Santiago Medina and Julian Moreno
A structural model for electricity prices with spikes: Measurement of spike risk and optimal policies for hydropower plant operation pp. 1010-1032 Downloads
Takashi Kanamura and Kazuhiko Ohashi
Quantifying risk in the electricity business: A RAROC-based approach pp. 1033-1049 Downloads
Marcel Prokopczuk, Svetlozar T. Rachev, Gero Schindlmayr and Stefan Truck
U.S. nuclear plant decommissioning funding adequacy -- by individual funds, utilities, reactors, and industry-wide -- assessed by Monte Carlo and baseline trend methods: 1998, 2000, 2001, and 2004 pp. 1050-1100 Downloads
Daniel G. Williams
Scenario simulations do not yield results stochastically consistent with alternative Monte Carlo results: U.S. nuclear plant decommissioning funding adequacy (2000) pp. 1101-1130 Downloads
Daniel G. Williams

Volume 29, issue 4, 2007

Modeling of industrial energy consumption: An introduction and context pp. 599-608 Downloads
Lorna Greening, Gale Boyd and Joseph M. Roop
Factors shaping aggregate energy intensity trend for industry: Energy intensity versus product mix pp. 609-635 Downloads
Na Liu and B.W. Ang
Decomposition analysis for assessing the progress in decoupling industrial growth from CO2 emissions in the EU manufacturing sector pp. 636-664 Downloads
D. Diakoulaki and M. Mandaraka
Decoupling of industrial energy consumption and CO2-emissions in energy-intensive industries in Scandinavia pp. 665-692 Downloads
Martin K. Enevoldsen, Anders V. Ryelund and Mikael Skou Andersen
Modelling OECD industrial energy demand: Asymmetric price responses and energy-saving technical change pp. 693-709 Downloads
Olutomi Adeyemi and Lester Hunt
Modeling and forecasting industrial end-use natural gas consumption pp. 710-742 Downloads
Sanchez-Ubeda, Eugenio Fco. and Ana Berzosa
Industrial natural gas consumption in the United States: An empirical model for evaluating future trends pp. 743-759 Downloads
Hillard Huntington
Macroeconomic effects of efficiency policies for energy-intensive industries: The case of the UK Climate Change Agreements, 2000-2010 pp. 760-778 Downloads
Terry Barker, Paul Ekins and Timothy Foxon
The impact of increased efficiency in the industrial use of energy: A computable general equilibrium analysis for the United Kingdom pp. 779-798 Downloads
Grant Allan, Nick Hanley, Peter McGregor, John Swales and Karen Turner
Where are the industrial technologies in energy-economy models? An innovative CGE approach for steel production in Germany pp. 799-825 Downloads
Katja Schumacher and Ronald Sands
Hybrid modeling of industrial energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions with an application to Canada pp. 826-846 Downloads
Rose Murphy, Nicholas Rivers and Mark Jaccard
Save production: A bottom-up energy model for Dutch industry and agriculture pp. 847-867 Downloads
B.W. Daniels and A.W.N. Van Dril
Diffusion of energy efficient technologies and CO2 emission reductions in iron and steel sector pp. 868-888 Downloads
Junichiro Oda, Keigo Akimoto, Fuminori Sano and Toshimasa Tomoda
Modelling industrial energy use: The IEAs Energy Technology Perspectives pp. 889-912 Downloads
Dolf Gielen and Michael Taylor
A model approach for analysing trends in energy supply and demand at country level: Case study of industrial development in China pp. 913-933 Downloads
Miranda-da-Cruz, Sergio M.
Optimal technology choice and investment timing: A stochastic model of industrial cogeneration vs. heat-only production pp. 934-952 Downloads
Marcel Wickart and Reinhard Madlener
An integrated approach for the selection of Best Available Techniques (BAT) for the industries in the greater Athens area using multi-objective combinatorial optimization pp. 953-973 Downloads
G. Mavrotas, E. Georgopoulou, S. Mirasgedis, Y. Sarafidis, D. Lalas, V. Hontou and N. Gakis
Allocation of CO2 emissions in petroleum refineries to petroleum joint products: A linear programming model for practical application pp. 974-997 Downloads
Alireza Tehrani Nejad M.

Volume 29, issue 3, 2007

Erratum to "Efficiency of electric power generation in the United States: Analysis and forecast based on data envelopment analysis" [Energy Economics, 28(2006), 326-338] pp. e1-e1 Downloads
Alexander Vaninsky
Alternative measures of output in global economic-environmental models: Purchasing power parity or market exchange rates? pp. 349-372 Downloads
William Nordhaus
Comment on "Alternative measures of output in global economic-environmental models: Purchasing power parity or market exchange rates?" by William Nordhaus pp. 373-374 Downloads
John P. Weyant
Alternative measures of output in global economic-environmental models: Purchasing power parity or market exchange rates? -- Comment pp. 375-389 Downloads
Hom M. Pant and Brian S. Fisher
Oil prices and real exchange rates pp. 390-404 Downloads
Shiu-Sheng Chen and Hung-Chyn Chen
Oil and energy price volatility pp. 405-427 Downloads
Eva Regnier
Common and fundamental factors in stock returns of Canadian oil and gas companies pp. 428-453 Downloads
M. Martin Boyer and Didier Filion
Economical efficiency of coordinating the generation by subsystems with the capacity of transmission in the Brazilian market of electricity pp. 454-466 Downloads
Lucio Guido Tapia Carpio and Amaro Pereira
Does a municipal electric's supply of communications crowd out private communications investment? An empirical study pp. 467-478 Downloads
George Ford
Regulation of suspended particulate matter (SPM) in Indian coal-based thermal power plants: A static approach pp. 479-502 Downloads
Ishita Sengupta
Cost estimates for multiple pollutants: A maximum entropy approach pp. 503-519 Downloads
Jon Rezek and Randall C. Campbell
Income distribution impacts of climate change mitigation policy in the Susquehanna River Basin Economy pp. 520-544 Downloads
Gbadebo Oladosu and Adam Rose
On the importance of equity in international climate policy: An empirical analysis pp. 545-562 Downloads
Andreas Lange, Carsten Vogt and Andreas Ziegler
Allocating the CO2 emissions of an oil refinery with Aumann-Shapley prices pp. 563-577 Downloads
Axel Pierru
A combined input-output and sensitivity analysis approach to analyse sector linkages and CO2 emissions pp. 578-597 Downloads
Miguel Angel Tarancon and Pablo del Rio Gonzalez

Volume 29, issue 2, 2007

Price elasticities, policy measures and actual developments in household energy consumption - A bottom up analysis for the Netherlands pp. 133-157 Downloads
Piet G.M. Boonekamp
Testing functional forms in energy modeling: An application of the Bayesian approach to U.S. electricity demand pp. 158-166 Downloads
Ni Xiao, Jay Zarnikau and Paul Damien
Determinants of residential space heating expenditures in Germany pp. 167-182 Downloads
Katrin Rehdanz
An empirical analysis of electricity consumption in Cyprus pp. 183-198 Downloads
Theodoros Zachariadis and Nicoletta Pashourtidou
Residential electricity demand dynamics in Turkey pp. 199-210 Downloads
Ferda Halicioglu
The effects of residential real-time pricing contracts on transco loads, pricing, and profitability: Simulations using the N-ABLE(TM) agent-based model pp. 211-227 Downloads
Mark A. Ehlen, Andrew J. Scholand and Kevin L. Stamber
Spatial peak-load pricing pp. 228-239 Downloads
M. Soledad Arellano and Pablo Serra
Hourly electricity prices in day-ahead markets pp. 240-248 Downloads
Ronald Huisman, Christian Huurman and Ronald Mahieu
The real-time price elasticity of electricity pp. 249-258 Downloads
Mark Lijesen
Supply security and short-run capacity markets for electricity pp. 259-276 Downloads
Anna Creti and Natalia Fabra
The value of supply security: The costs of power interruptions: Economic input for damage reduction and investment in networks pp. 277-295 Downloads
Michiel De Nooij, Carl Koopmans and Carlijn Bijvoet
Electricity rationing and public response pp. 296-311 Downloads
Leonardo Souza and Lacir Jorge Soares
Efficient industry configurations in downstream gas markets. An empirical assessment pp. 312-328 Downloads
Ariel A. Casarin
Oil and gas markets in the UK: Evidence from a cointegrating approach pp. 329-347 Downloads
Theodore Panagiotidis and Emilie Rutledge

Volume 29, issue 1, 2007

Increased energy efficiency and the rebound effect: Effects on consumption and emissions pp. 1-17 Downloads
Runar Brannlund, Tarek Ghalwash and Jonas Nordström
Are there exploitable inefficiencies in the futures market for oil? pp. 18-27 Downloads
William E. Shambora and Rosemary Rossiter
Are the crude oil markets becoming weakly efficient over time? A test for time-varying long-range dependence in prices and volatility pp. 28-36 Downloads
Benjamin Tabak and Daniel Cajueiro
Bottlenecks in regional markets for natural gas transmission services pp. 37-45 Downloads
Vadim Marmer, Dmitry Shapiro and Paul MacAvoy
Weather, storage, and natural gas price dynamics: Fundamentals and volatility pp. 46-63 Downloads
Xiaoyi Mu
Cost efficiency in the Swiss gas distribution sector pp. 64-78 Downloads
Mehdi Farsi, Massimo Filippini and Michael Kuenzle
Two markets and a weak link pp. 79-93 Downloads
Augusto Ruperez Micola and Derek W. Bunn
Episodic nonlinearity and nonstationarity in Alberta's power and natural gas markets pp. 94-104 Downloads
Daniel Czamanski, Paul Dormaar, Melvin Hinich and Apostolos Serletis
Application of Ramsey model in transition economy: A Russian case study pp. 105-125 Downloads
Babu Nahata, Alexei Izyumov, Vladimir Busygin and Anna Mishura
The level and distribution of costs and benefits over generations of an emission stabilization program pp. 126-131 Downloads
Reyer Gerlagh
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