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ISSN: 0140-9883

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Energy Economics is a journal indexed in SJR in Energy (miscellaneous) and Economics and Econometrics with an H index of 152. It has a price of 990 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,5 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

Energy Economics focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: energy, oil, model, price, wind, electricity, relationship, storage, implications, power, ...

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Aims and Scope

energy, oil, model, price, wind, electricity, relationship, storage, implications, power, chinas, income, market, prices, natural, evidence, economic, climate, certificate, carbon, capture, analysistesting,

Best articles

A multiple-unit, multiple-period auction in the British electricity spot market

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A regional linear logit fuel demand model for electric utilities

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A total energy demand model of Quebec

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Adoption of energy efficient technologies and carbon abatement: the electricity generating sector in India

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Alaska North Slope crude oil price and the behavior of diesel prices in California

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An iterative approach for weather-correcting energy consumption data

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Applied general equilibrium models for energy studies: a survey

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Assessing demand when introducing a new fuel

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Assessing the energy intensities of imports

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Can China afford to commit itself an emissions cap? An economic and political analysis

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Carbon taxes and India

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Clean air and renewable fuels: the market for fuel ethanol in the US from 1984 to 1993

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Comparative energy and environmental policy for the residential sector: applying Dutch standards to the UK housing stock

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Cross hedging and forward-contract pricing of electricity

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Decision making under uncertainty and inertia constraints: sectoral implications of the when flexibility

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Demand for gasoline in the GCC: an application of pooling and testing procedures

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Domestic merger policy in an international oligopoly: The Nordic market for electricity

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Econometric modeling of electricity consumption in post-war Lebanon

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Econometric modelling of international carbon tax regimes

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Economic effects of a carbon tax in Belgium

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Economic growth, international competitiveness and environmental protection: R & D and innovation strategies with the WARM model

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Economies of scale in energy use in adult-only households

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Electricity demand by time of use An application of the household AIDS model

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Electricity distribution as an unsustainable natural monopoly: a potential outcome of New Zealand's regulatory regime

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