Vol. 35 Nbr. 1, January 2014
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- Introduction to EMF 24.
- The Perils of the Learning Model for Modeling Endogenous Technological Change.
- Technology and U.S. Emissions Reductions Goals: Results of the EMF 24 Modeling Exercise.
- The Incidence of an Oil Glut: Who Benefits from Cheap Crude Oil in the Midwest?
- Overview of EMF 24 Policy Scenarios.
- The Effects of Oil Price Shocks on Stock Market Volatility: Evidence from European Data.
- Nonlinear Pricing and Tariff Differentiation: Evidence from the British Electricity Market.
- Interaction Effects of Market-Based and Command-and-Control Policies.
- Stochastic Mixed-Integer Programming for Integrated Portfolio Planning in the LNG Supply Chain.
- Technology Assumptions and Climate Policy: The Interrelated Effects of U.S. Electricity and Transport Policy.
- Market Design with Centralized Wind Power Management: Handling Low-predictability in Intraday Markets.
- Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Options in the U.S. Electric Sector: A ReEDS Analysis.
- Investigating Technology Options for Climate Policies: Differentiated Roles in ADAGE.
- Dynamic Adjustment of Crude Oil Price Spreads.
- A Clean Energy Standard Analysis with the US-REGEN Model.
- The Impact of Dynamic Pricing on Residential and Small Commercial and Industrial Usage: New Experimental Evidence from Connecticut.
- Voluntary Programs to Encourage Diffusion: The Case of the Combined Heat-and-Power Partnership.
- Assessing the Interactions among U.S. Climate Policy, Biomass Energy, and Agricultural Trade.
- The QUEST: Energy, Security, and the Remaking of the Modern World.
- Energy Economics and Financial Markets.
- Too Hot to Touch--the problem of high-level nuclear waste.
- U.S. C[O.sub.2] Mitigation in a Global Context: Welfare, Trade and Land Use.
- Energy Efficiency: Towards the End of Demand Growth.
- Markets versus Regulation: The Efficiency and Distributional Impacts of U.S. Climate Policy Proposals.
- Impacts of Technology Uncertainty on Energy Use, Emission and Abatement Cost in USA: Simulation results from Environment Canada's Integrated Assessment Model.