Vol. 37 Nbr. 3, July 2016
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- Why Wind Is Not Coal: On the Economics of Electricity Generation.
- Stochastic Modeling of Natural Gas Infrastructure Development in Europe under Demand Uncertainty.
- What Moves the Ex Post Variable Profit of Natural-Gas-Fired Generation in California?
- The Role of Natural Gas in a Low-Carbon Europe: Infrastructure and Supply Security.
- An Empirical Analysis of Local Opposition to New Transmission Lines Across the EU-27.
- A Top-Down Approach to Evaluating Cross-Border Natural Gas Infrastructure Projects in Europe.
- Coordinating Cross-Country Congestion Management: Evidence from Central Europe.
- Why is Spot Carbon so Cheap and Future Carbon so Dear? The Term Structure of Carbon Prices.
- European Electricity Grid Infrastructure Expansion in a 2050 Context.
- Carbon Leakage and Competitiveness of Cement and Steel Industries Under the EU ETS: Much Ado About Nothing.
- The Short and Long Term Impact of Europe's Natural Gas Market on Electricity Markets until 2050.
- Club Convergence in the Energy Intensity of China.
- Renewable Energy Support, Negative Prices, and Real-time Pricing.
- Comparison of Incentive Policies for Renewable Energy in an Oligopolistic Market with Price-Responsive Demand.
- European Scenarios of C[O.sub.2] Infrastructure Investment.
- On the Inequity of Flat-rate Electricity Tariffs.
- Deconstructing Solar Photovoltaic Pricing: The Role of Market Structure, Technology, and Policy.
- Economy-wide Estimates of Rebound Effects: Evidence from Panel Data.
- Transition to Centralized Unit Commitment: An Econometric Analysis of Colombia's Experience.
- Short Run Effects of Bleaker Prospects for Oligopolistic Producers of a Non-renewable Resource.
- What is the Effect of Fuel Efficiency Information on Car Prices? Evidence from Switzerland.
- The Impacts of Variable Renewable Production and Market Coupling on the Convergence of French and German Electricity Prices.
- New Challenges in Energy Security: The UK in a Multipolar World.
- Electricity Restructuring in the United States: Markets and Policy from the 1978 Energy Policy Act to the Present.
- Energy Finance and Economics: Analysis and Valuation, Risk Management, and the Future of Energy.
- Smart Grid (R)Evolution: Electric Power Struggles.