Energy Economics and Policy in Developed Countries
Heshmati, Almas (editor)
This collected volume consists of high-quality research covering a wide range of topics related to energy economics and politics in developed countries. The papers are informative on how to encourage sustainable development and facilitate financing technology development, transfer, and applications to mitigate climate change. Air pollution, environmental regulations, green energy, energy certificates, transmission rights, and power generation are among the energy-related topic analyzed by the contributions included in this Special Issue.
Keywordsenvironmental regulations; employment; manufacturing; act on low-carbon green growth; labor productivity; Korea; Dutch disease; natural gas; event study; real exchange rate; announcements; currency appreciation; export; expectations; carbon emission efficiency; regional differences; influencing factors; the Modified undesirable EBM DEA model; Tobit model; energy performance certificates; PV energy cost; PV energy savings; house prices; environmental regulation; oil prices; stock prices; panel data analysis; ARDL; financial sector; water-energy-land nexus; environmental policy integration; policy analysis; European Union; green finance; green investment; green credit guarantee scheme; community-based trust funds; renewable energy; Export-led growth; economic growth; Angola; energy efficiency; time-variant efficiency; true fixed-effects model; four components stochastic frontier model; determinants of inefficiency; Chinese provinces; utilization efficiency; data envelopment analysis; undesirable output model; bad output; grey prediction model; energy economics; financial transmission rights (FTR); FTR auction; FTR path evaluation; electric market; item response theory (IRT); psychometrics; power generation; electrical subsystems; time series; environmental degradation goal; economic growth goal; mean group analysis; weighted scoring method; electric buses; zero-emission buses (ZEB); clean buses; EU policy; zero emission policy; green energy; city management; simulation model; strategy; sustainable development
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2020
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