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Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy | Volume 3 Number 1

Editor(s): GLACHANT Jean-Michel, JOSKOW Paul, POLLITT Michael

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ABSTRACT

Jean-Michel Glachant (FSR Director) is editor-in-chief of the Economics Of Energy & Environmental Policy, Paul L. Joskow (MIT and Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, USA) and Michael Pollitt (Cambridge University, United Kingdom) are editors and Sophia Ruester (FSR Research Fellow) is Managing Editor.

Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy (EEEP), established as a publication of the International Association for Energy Economics in 2012, is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary, policy-oriented Journal. It provides a scholarly and research-based, yet easily read and accessible source of information on contemporary economic thinking and analysis of policy issues in the interface between energy and environmental economics. Published twice a year, the Journal wants to nurture a dialogue between academics, business and public authorities.

Volume 3, Number 1

Symposium on ‘Energy Price Reform’

Energy subsidies: How large are they and how can they be reformed?
Benedict Clements, David Coady, Stefania Fabrizio, Sanjeev Gupta, and Baoping Shang

Taxing Energy Use in the OECD
Michelle Harding, Chiara Martini and Alastair Thomas

Energy Reforms and Consumer Prices in the EU over twenty Years
Massimo Florio

Regular articles

Do Consumers Want Smart Meters? Incentives or Inertia: Evidence from North Carolina and Lessons for Policy
Peter A. Groothuis and Tanga McDaniel Mohr

Demand Side Response: Patterns in Europe and Future Policy Perspectives under Capacity Mechanisms
Jacopo Torriti and Philipp Grunewald

Germany's Nuclear Phase-out: Sensitivities and Impacts on Electricity Prices and CO2 Emissions
Brigitte Knopf, Michael Pahle, Hendrik Kondziella, Fabian Joas, Ottmar Edenhofer, and Thomas Bruckner

New Alignments? The Geopolitics of Gas and Oil Cartels and the Changing Middle East
Songying Fang, Amy Myers Jaffe and Ted Loch-Temzelides

How Should Different Countries Tax Fuels to Correct Environmental Externalities?
Ian Parry, Dirk Heine, Shanjun Li, and Eliza Lis