Just Published! Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy

The March 2016 edition of the Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy (EEEP) Vol. 5, Number 1 is already available on IAEE’s website.

This issue includes a symposium of articles dedicated to “The Japanese Energy Policy after Fukushima”, with a special focus on the Japanese electricity market reform and the measures introduced by the Government as to contain the damages after the 2011 devastating nuclear accident.   

All the articles have open access and can be downloaded here .

 

Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy (EEEP)

The EEEP is an official publication of the International Association of Energy Economists (IAEE), which is a worldwide, non-profit, professional organization striving to foster communication and advance knowledge of economics across all aspects of energy to its members in over 100 nations as well as the international community. The EEEP, as well as the Energy Journal, are both major IAEE publications specializing in energy and environmental economics.

Jean-Michel Glachant and Ilaria Conti of FSR are respectively the Editor-in-Chief and the Managing Editor of EEEP.


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