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Energy Economics

Wallace E Tyner and Nisal Herath

Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, 2018, vol. 40, issue 1, 174-186

Abstract: Energy economics is a vast topic. Many applied and agricultural economists today work on fuel economy, fossil fuel energy issues, energy sector economic analysis, electricity sector economic and policy issues, techno-economic analyses of energy alternatives as well as agricultural energy issues such as biofuels, and energy use in agriculture. Energy economists also employ a wide variety of modeling and analytical tools. We cover six broad topics: externalities, policy analysis, energy demand and supply analyses, electricity pricing, biofuels, and techno-economic analysis. Applied and agricultural economists have made and will continue to make major contributions to the literature and policy analysis in these areas.

Keywords: Energy economics; Energy policy; Energy supply and demand; Renewable energy; Biofuels; Techno-economic analysis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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