Risks by Volatility and Peaks of Resources Market Prices
Susanne Hartard ()
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Susanne Hartard: University of Applied Sciences Trier, Environmental Campus Birkenfeld
Chapter Chapter 2 in Competition and Conflicts on Resource Use, 2015, pp 15-20 from Springer
Abstract It can be observed in the last 10–15 years that the risks for national economies and producing companies have risen through an increasing volatility of resources market prices. The reasons and most important drivers of this development are not understood well-enough and intransparent. Therefore, research studies were ordered in industrial countries to get a deeper knowledge on coherences of the resources market (Bretschger et al. 2010; Gandenberger and Glöser et al. 2012; Deutsche Rohstoffagentur 2013).
Keywords: Price Volatility; Exhaustible Resource; Resource Price; Political Unrest; Resource Market (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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