Journal / Energy
Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy | Volume 3 Number 2
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.
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 2
Symposium on the German “Energiewende”
The German “Energiewende” – An Introduction
Christian von Hirschhausen
Germany’s Nuclear Phase Out - A Survey of the Impact since 2011 and Outlook to 2023
Friedrich Kunz and Hannes Weigt
Power System Transformation toward Renewables: Investment Scenarios for Germany
Jonas Egerer and Wolf-Peter Schill
Regional Cooperation Potentials in the European Context: Survey and Case Study Evidence from the Alpine Region
Clemens Gerbaulet, Casimir Lorenz, Julia Rechlitz, and Tim Hainbach
How Should Different Countries Tax Fuels to Correct Environmental Externalities?
Ian Parry, Dirk Heine, Shanjun Li, and Eliza Lis
Optionality and Policymaking in Re-Transforming the British Power Market
Michail Chronopoulos, Derek Bunn, and Afzal Siddiqui
Macroeconomic Impacts of the California Global Warming Solutions Act on the Southern California Economy
Dan Wei and Adam Rose
Evaluation of Environmental Taxation on Multiple Air Pollutants in the Electricity Generation Sector - Evidence from New South Wales, Australia
Zaida Contreras, Tihomir Ancev, and Regina Betz
Climate policy, interconnection and carbon leakage: The effect of unilateral UK policy on electricity and GHG emissions in Ireland
John Curtis, Valeria Di Cosmo, and Paul Deane