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The Economics of Energy
The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics Series 119
Energy is of major importance for the competitive performance of firms and of nations and for the long-term growth of the world economy. This major two volume collection reprints the most significant theoretical and empirical research on energy economics that has been conducted during the last 70 years.
The first volume includes a discussion of why energy matters together with demand side issues, conservation and modelling. The second volume looks at supply side issues; markets - players and prices; markets versus governments; and issues which concern developing countries.
This authoritative collection will be an essential reference source for students, economists, policymakers and practitioners concerned with the global economic and environmental impact of energy.
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`The introduction works well as a literature review in its own right . . . Stevens manages to acknowledge the multitude of important papers that for lack of space and fear of information overload he was unable to include in these volumes, giving the books even greater value as a reference source. Some of the papers chosen are definitely classics . . . they fit together well to cover most important issues related to the economics of energy.' -- Roger Fouquet, Economic Affairs