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					                                                        THE ENERGY JOURNAL

                                    TABLE OF CONTENTS (VOLUME 1 1980 to Current)


Table of Contents for The Energy Journal, including special issues, are listed below in the following format:

For articles, short papers, notes or comments: Title, by Authors, Vol (Issue) Year, Pages

For book reviews: Title of Book (Author or Editor), by name of reviewer, Vol (Issue), Year, Pages

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VOLUME 1, 1980

Vol 1, Issue 1

America's Energy Choices, by Sam H. Schurr, 1(1) 1980, 1-9

Energy Crisis and Macroeconomic Policy, by William D. Nordhaus, 1(1) 1980, 11-20

Energy Policy: An Economist's Confessions, by James R. Schlesinger, 1(1) 1980, 21-29

Residential Electricity Revisited, by Hendrik S. Houthakker, 1(1) 1980, 29-43

The Clumsy Cartel, by M.A. Adelman, 1(1) 1980, 43-53

The World Oil Market: An Exporter's View, by Alirio A. Parra, 1(1) 1980, 55-61

The U.S. Outlook for Supplemental Gas, by Arlon R. Tussing, 1(1) 1980, 63-75

Coal Policy and Energy Economics, by Richard L. Gordon, 1(1) 1980, 77-86

Coal Liquefaction, by George R. Hill, 1(1) 1980, 87-104

Comments on Coal Liquefaction (G.R. Hill) by L.E Swabb. Jr., 1(1) 1980, 105-106

Business Energy Economics, by John R. Benemann, 1(1) 1980, 107-131

Vol 1, Issue 2

Appropriate Government Policy Toward Commercialization of New Energy Supply Technologies, by Richard
Schmalensee, 1(2) 1980, 1-40

Energy Prices and the U.S. Economy in 1979-1981, by Knut Anton Mork and Robert E. Hall, 1(2) 1980, 41-53

Simulation of World Oil Market Shocks: A Markov Analysis of OPEC and Consumer Behavior, by Richard F.
Kosobud and Houston H. Stokes, 1(2) 1980, 55-84

Residential Substitution of Off-peak for Peak Electricity Usage under Time-of-Use Pricing, by Douglas W. Caves and
Laurits R. Christensen, 1(2) 1980, 85-142

Vol 1, Issue 3

An Integrated Framework for Energy Pricing in Developing Countries, by Mohan Munasinghe, 1(3) 1980, 1-30
Energy Prices, Inflation, and Recession, 1974-1975, by Robert E. Hall and Knut Anton Mork, 1(3) 1980, 31-63

Crude Oil Resource Appraisal in the United States, by Noel D. Uri, 1(3) 1980, 65-74

Petroleum Policy and Mexican Domestic Politics: Left Opposition, Regional Dissidence, and Official Apostasy, by
Edward J. Williams, 1(3) 1980, 75-96

Economic Effects of Increased Penetration of Solar Energy, by Edward A. Hudson, 1(3) 1980, 97-111

The Real Price of Imported Oil, by Joy Dunkerley and John E. Jankowski, 1(3) 1980 113-118

Vol 1, Issue 4

Energy Price Increases and Macroeconomic Policy, by Robert S. Pindyck, 1(4) 1980, 1-20

Economic Implication of Mandated Efficiency for Household Appliances, by J. Daniel Khazzoom, 1(4) 1980, 21-39

An Assessment of the Effects of the Windfall Profits Tax on Crude Oil Supply, by Philip K. Verleger, 1(4) 1980, 41-58

World Oil Price Increases: Sources and Solutions, by Albert L. Danielsen, 1(4) 1980, 59-74

The Treatment of Intermediate Materials in the Estimation of the Demand for Energy: The Case of U.S. Manufacturing,
by Richard G. Anderson, 1(4) 1980, 75-94

Energy Efficiency Versus Human Lives (note) by Irwin M. Stelzer, 1(4) 1980, 95-97

Efficient Use of Energy Resources (William Nordhaus), book review by Joseph A. Hasson, 1(4) 1980, 98-100

Volume 1 Index, 1(4) 1980, 101-104

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VOLUME 2, 1981

Vol 2, Issue 1

Methods for Measuring the Oil Import Reduction Premium and the Oil Stockpile Premium, by James L. Plummer, 2(1)
1981, 1-18

The Benefits of an Alaskan Natural Gas Pipeline, by Douglas B. Fried and William F. Hederman Jr., 2(1) 1981, 19-36

Risks and Psychic Costs of Alternative Energy Sources for Generating Electricity, by Miller B. Spangler, 2(1) 1981,
37-59

Energy Analysis and the Energy Theory of Value, by Frank J. Alessio, 2(1) 1981, 61-74

Joint Energy and Economic Optimization, by Donald I. Hertzmark, 2(1) 1981, 75-88

Load Management: Rationing versus Peak Load Pricing (note), by Sanford V. Berg, 2(1) 1981, 89-98

The Alcohol Fuels Option in the Third World (note), by William Ramsay, 2(1) 1981, 99-103

The Economics of Power System Reliability and Planning: Theory and Case Study (Mohan Munasinghe), book review
by A.N. Halter, 2(1) 1981, 105-106

Vol 2, Issue 2
Regional Growth and Energy Determinants, by T.R. Lakshmanan, 2(2) 1981, 1-24

Policy Implications of Energy Vulnerability, by James L. Plummer, 2(2) 1981, 25-36

Aggregate Elasticity of Energy Demand, by EMF 4 Working Group, 2(2) 1981, 37-75

An Analysis of the Supply of Oil by Ali M. Reza, 2(2) 1981, 77-94

Sources of Deep Coal Mine Productivity Change, 1952-1975, by Joe G. Baker, 2(2) 1981, 95-106

Interfuel Substitution--Upper bound Estimates, by Brian Sullivan and Donna Siemon, 2(2) 1981, 107-118

Multimarket, Multitechnology, Multiattribute Technological Forecasting (note) by Barry G. Silverman, 2(2) 1981, 119-
122

Energy, Entropy, and Economic Analysis: Some New Directions (note), by David A. Huettner, 2(2) 1981, 123-130

Three Mile Island (Daniel Martin) book review by Clark W. Bullard, 2(2) 1981, 131-133

Coal: Bridge to the Future (Caroll Wilson) book review by Richard Newcomb, 2(2) 1981, 133-135

Energy Policy Modeling: United States and Canadian Experiences (W.T. Ziemba, S.L. Schwartz, and E. Koenigsberg,
eds),book review by Ralph Samuelson 2(2) 1981, 135-136

Vol. 2, Issue 3

Balancing Energy Supply and Demand: A Fifty-Year Global Perspective, by Paul S. Basile, 2(3) 1981, 1-15

A Critique of the IIASA Energy Models, by Dennis Meadows, 2(3) 1981, 17-28

Comment on "Balancing Energy Supply and Demand" by John Foster, 2(3) 1981, 29-32

Air Quality Implications of a Nuclear Moratorium: An Alternative Analysis, by Anthony Bopp, Verne Loose, Charles
Kolstad, and Robert Pendley, 2(3) 1981, 33-48

An Analysis of Department of Energy Residential Appliance Efficiency Standards, by Raymond S. Hartman, 2(3) 1981,
49-70

Information and Bidding Behavior by Major Oil Companies for Outer Continental Shelf Leases: Is the Joint Bidding
Ban Justified?, by Steven W. Millsaps and Mack Ott, 2(3) 1981, 71-90

Industrial and Commercial Demand for Electricity by Time-of-Day: A California Case Study, by Dennis J. Aigner and
Chinbang Chung, 2(3) 1981, 91-110

Stability of Appalachian Coal Shipments under Policy Variation, by Chin Wei Yang and Walter C. Labys, 2(3) 1981,
111-128

The Impact of President Reagan's Sudden Decontrol of Petroleum Prices on Petroleum Consumption (note), by Ali M.
Reza, 2(3) 1981, 129-133

The Dilemma of Economic Versus Statistical Models of Energy and Some Results of Forecasting Monthly Peak
Electricity Demand Using a Transfer Function Model (note), by J. Daniel Khazzoom, 2(3) 1981, 134-137

The U.N. Conference on New and Renewable Sources of Energy: Response to the Challenge of the Global Energy
Transition (note), by Morris Miller, 2(3) 1981, 138-141
Energy and Security (David A. Deese and Joseph S. Nye, eds) book review by Robert Springburg, 2(3) 1981, 142-144

Environmental Benefits and Costs of Solar Energy (Michael D. Yokell) book review by Fred H. Abel, 2(3) 1981, 145-
146

On the Economics of Solar Energy (Stephen L. Feldman and Robert M Wirtshafter) book review by Roger W. Taylor,
2(3) 1981, 147-148

Energy Policy and Public Administration (Gregory A. Daneke and George K. Lagassa, eds) book review by Jick
Myers, 2(3) 1981, 149-150

Issues in Public-Utility Pricing and Regulation (Michael A. Crew, ed.) book review by Harlan D. Platt, 2(3) 1981, 151-
152

Taxation of Mineral Resources (Robert F. Conrad and R. Bryce Hool) book review by Stephen L. McDonald, 2(3)
1981, 152-153

Vol 2, Issue 4

Oil and Energy Demand in Developing Countries in 1980, by Charles Wolf, Jr., Daniel A. Relles, and Jaime Navarro,
2(4) 1981, 1-24

Expansio ad Absurdum, by Amory Lovins, 2(4) 1981, 25-34

Energy in a Finite World--Expansio ad Absurdum? A Rebuttal, by Wolf Hafele, 2(4) 1981, 35-42

Natural Gas Curtailment Policy: Where Do We Go from Here?, by George R. Hall, 2(4) 1981, 43-61

Supplemental Sources of Natural Gas, by Alvin Kaufman and Susan J. Bodilly, 2(4) 1981, 63-83

Price Elasticity for Gasoline Revisited (note) by Rolando F. Pelaez, 2(4) 1981, 85-89

Energy in a Finite World: Report by the Energy Systems Program Group of IIASA, (Wolf Häfele, program leader,
written by Jeanne Anderer, with Alan McDonald, and N. Nakicenovic), book review by Herman Franssen, 2(4) 1981,
91-99

An Alternative Road to the Post-Petroleum Era (James W. Howe and James J. Tarrant) book review by Joy Dunkerley,
2(4) 1981, 99-101

United States Metallurgical Coal Industry (J.E. Spearman) book review by Michael Rieber, 2(4) 1981, 101-102

Letter to the Editor: Comment on "An Analysis of the Supply of Oil," by M.A. Adelman 2(4) 1981, 103

Letter to the Editor: Comment on "Critique of IIASA Energy Models," by Paul S. Basile, 2(4) 1981, 103-106

Volume 2 Index, 2(4) 1981, 107-109

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VOLUME 3, 1982

Vol 3, Issue 1

Reducing the Economic Impacts of Oil Supply Interruption: An International Perspective, by Henry S. Rowen and John
P. Weyant, 3(1) 1982, 1-34
Changes in Regional Economic Capacity Due to Projected Energy Price Changes, by D. J. Bjornstad, 3(1) 1982, 35-58

Short-Run Residential Demand for Natural Gas, by Roberta Barnes, Robert Gillingham, and Robert Hagemann, 3(1)
1982, 59-72

Determinants of Energy Use in Institutional Buildings: A Minnesota Example, by Eric Hirst, 3(1) 1982, 73-84

Will President Reagan's Energy Policy Lead Households to Conserve? (note), by Eric S. Brown, 3(1) 1982, 85-89

What Role Can Utilities Play in Energy Conservation Programs? (note), by Irvin M. Stelzer, 3(1) 1982, 90-95

OPEC and the Rest of the World Trade Equilibrium--A Clarifying Note, by Gideon Fishelson, 3(1) 1982, 95-102

Economic Implications of Mandated Efficiency Standards for Household Appliances: An Extension (note), by Michael
Einhorn, 3(1) 1982, 103-109

Comment on "Economic Implications of Mandated Efficiency Standards for Household Appliances," by Stanley M.
Besen and Leland L. Johnson, 3(1) 1982, 110-116

Response to Besen and Johnson's Comment on "Economic Implications of Mandated Efficiency Standards for
Household Appliances," by J. Daniel Khazzoom, 3(1) 1982, 117-124

Risk Analysis of Alternative Energy Sources, by Daniel R. Kazmer, 3(1) 1982, 125-128

Reply to "Risk Analysis of Alternative Energy Sources," by Miller B. Spangler, 3(1) 1982, 129-137

Wood Energy Bibliography, 3(1) 1982, 135-137

Bidding and Oil Leases (James B. Ramsey), book review by Marshall Rose, 3(1) 1982, 138-140

Nuclear Safety Research in the OECD Area: The Responses to the Three Mile Island Accident (Committee on the
Safety of Nuclear Installations of the OECD), book review by Eli B. Roth, 3(1) 1982, 140-142

Oil and Gas in Comecon Countries (Daniel Park), book review by Robert E. Ebel, 3(1) 1982, 142-144

Letter to the Editor: Comment on "An Assessment of the Effects of the Windfall Profits Tax on Crude Oil Supply" by J.
L. Johnston, 3(1) 1982, 145-147


Vol 3. Issue 2

Coping with Supply Insecurity, by M.A. Adelman 3(2) 1982, 1-17

Taxation of Oil and Gas Revenues of Four Countries: Canada, by John F. Helliwell, 3(2) 1982, 20-31

Taxation of Oil and Gas Revenues of Four Countries: The United States, by Philip K. Verleger, Jr., 3(2) 1982, 33-38

Taxation of Oil and Gas Revenues of Four Countries: The United Kingdom, by John Mitchell, 3(2) 1982, 39-50

Taxation of Oil and Gas Revenues of Four Countries: Norway, by Thomas R. Stauifer, 3(2) 1982, 51-54

Taxation of Oil and Gas Revenues of Four Countries: British and American Tax Treatment of U.K. North Sea Oil
Fields, by John S. Moose, 3(2) 1982, 55-63

Nuclear Power for Developing Countries: Attainable Within This Century?, by Eli B. Roth, 3(2) 1982, 65-77
Estimation of Energy Demand: The Developing Countries, by Joy Dunkerley, 3(2) 1982, 79-99

The Potential Role of Natural Gas in a Major Oil Crisis, by Benjamin Schlesinger, Nelson E. Hay, and Jacquelyn S.
Mitchell, 3(2) 1982, 101-118

Public Utility Commission Regulations: Performance, Determinants, and Energy Policy Impacts, by Peter Navarro, 3(2)
1982, 119-139

Oil and Ideology in the United States Senate, by Joseph P. Kalt, 3(2) 1982, 141-166

Financing Solar Repowering and the Quantification of External Benefits, by Jules H. Kamin and J. Clair Ellis, 3(2)
1982, 167-184

Response of Industrial and Commercial Customers to Time-of-Use Rates (note), by James J. Brzycki and Arlyn C.
Frederick, 3(2) 1982, 185-186

Water and Energy in Colorado's Future: The Impacts of Energy Development on Water Use in 1985 and 2000
(Colorado Energy Institute) book review by Margot W. Garcia, 3(2) 1982, 187-188

Oil, Debt and Development: OPEC in the Third World (Paul Hallwood and Stuart Sinclair) book review by James L.
Paddock, 3(2) 1982, 188-190

Energy in America: Fifteen Views (Intro by Simon Ramo, conference chairman) book review by James W. McKie, 3(2)
1982, 190-191

An Economic Analysis of World Energy Problems (Richard L. Gordon) book review by Paul Davidson, 3(2) 1982, 191-
193


Vol 3, Issue 3

Energy Efficiency and Productive Efficiency: Some Thoughts Based on American Experience, by Sam H. Schurr, 3(3)
1982, 3-14

European Reliance on Soviet Gas Export: The Yamburg-Urengoi Natural Gas Project, by Boyce I. Greer and Jeremy L.
Russell, 3(3) 1982, 15-37

Domestic Energy: A Forgotten Factor in Simple Energy-Economy Models, by Stephen C. Peck and John L. Solow, 3(3)
1982, 39-52

Sources of Productivity Decline in U.S. Coal Mining, 1972-1977, by William J. Kruvant, Carlisle E. Moody, Jr., and
Patrick L. Valentine, 3(3) 1982, 53-70

Electricity Demand in Primary Aluminum Smelting, by Knut Anton Mork, 3(3) 1982, 71-94

Costs and Benefits of Residential Time-of-Use Metering, by David Huettner, Jack Kasulis, and Neil Dikeman, 3(3)
1982, 95-112

Testing the Joint Billing Effect Hypothesis, by Dennis M. Keane and Dennis J. Aigner, 3(3) 1982, 113-128

Solar Alternative: An Economic Perspective (A.L. Walton and E.H. Warren, Jr.) book review by Gerry L. Suchanek,
3(3) 1982, 129-131


Vol 3, Issue 4, Special Issue on Natural Gas Deregulation
Part I Conceptual Framework (section heading)

Gordian Knot of Natural Gas Prices, by Henry D. Jacoby and Arthur W. Wright, 3(4) 1982, 1-25

Part II Problems with the NGPA (section heading)

The Need to Deregulate the Natural Gas Policy Act, by Catherine Good Abbott, 3(4) 1982, 27-43

And What If We Don't?, by Robert C. Means, 3(4) 1982, 45-51

Lessons from the Origin of the Natural Gas Policy Act, By William F. Demarest, Jr., 3(4) 1982, 53-61

Part III How Industry Sees the Future (section heading)

The Tenneco Perspective, by Joe B. Foster, 3(4) 1982, 63-68

Transmission and Distribution Company Views, by Benjamin Schlesinger, 3(4) 1982, 69-80

Part IV The Economics of Gas Supply (section heading)

The Effects of Decontrol Policy Options, by Steven E. Muzzo, 3(4) 1982, 81-102

Part V Policy Trends: The Future Is Now (section heading)

The Decline and Fall of Regulation, by Arlon R. Tussing and Connie C. Barlow 3(4) 1982, 103-122

Letter to the Editor: (no heading) Comment on Davidson's review of An Economic Analysis of World Energy Prices
(R.L. Gordon) by M.A. Adelman 3(4) 1982, 123

Cambridge Meeting Poll, (4th Annual International Meeting of the IAEE), 3(4) 1982, 124-125

Referee Acknowledgments, 3(4) 1982, 126-128

Volume 3 Index, 3(4) 1982, 129-131

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VOLUME 4, 1983

Vol 4, Issue 1

The Simple Economics of Industrial Cogeneration, by Paul L. Joskow and Donald R. Jones, 4(1) 1983, 1-22

Natural Gas Availability and the Residential Demand for Energy, by Gail R. Blattenberger, Lester D. Taylor, and
Robert K. Rennhack, 4(1) 1983, 23-45

The Economics of Gas Utilization in a Gas-Rich, Oil-Poor Country: The Case of Bangladesh, by Gunter Schramm, 4(1)
1983, 47-64

The Future of OPEC: Price Level and Cartel Stability, by George Daly, James M. Griffin, and Henry B. Steele, 4(1)
1983, 65-77

The United States Role in the International Thermal Coal Market, by D. Alec Sargent, 4(1) 1983, 79-96
The Supply, Demand and Average Price of Natural Gas under Free-Market Conditions, by Jack W. Wilkinson, 4(1)
1983, 99-123

Nuclear Power: Epilogue or Prologue? by Harold R. Denton, 4(1) 1983, 125-141

The Natural Gas Industry in Transition, by George H. Lawrence and Michael I. German, 4(1) 1983, 143-148

Utility Diversification, by Alfred E. Kahn, 4(1) 1983, 149-164

Costs and Benefits of Residential Time-of-Use Metering, Comment by J. Stephen Henderson, 4(1) 1983, 161-165

Costs and Benefits of Residential Time-of-Use Metering, Reply by Neil Dikeman and David A. Huettner, 4(1) 1983,
166-169

Letter to the Editor (no heading), Reply to M.A. Adelman's comment on An Economic Analysis of World Energy Prices
(R.L. Gordon) by Paul Davidson, 4(1) 1983, 170-171

Vol 4, Issue 2

Whatever Happened to the Energy Crisis?, by Hendrik S. Houthakker, 4(2) 1983, 1-8

Still Time to Choose...Ten Years Later, by S. David Freeman, 4(2) 1983, 9-14

The Valuation of Nuclear Power in the Post-Three Mile Island Era, by Martin B. Zimmerman, 4(2) 1983, 15-30

World Oil Prices and Economic Growth in the 1980s, by Henry D. Jacoby and James L. Paddock, 4(2) 1983, 31-48

The Demand for Electricity Services and the Quality of Supply, by Romesh Dias-Bandaranaike and Mohan
Munasinghe, 4(2) 1983, 49-72

Optimal System Planning with Fuel Shortages and Emissions Constraints, by Michael Einhorn, 4(2) 1983, 73-90

Evaluating Alternative Energy Policies: An Example Comparing Transportation Energy Investments, by James K.
Binkley, Wallace E. Tyner, and Marie E. Matthews, 4(2) 1983, 91-104

Energy-Output Coefficients: Complex Realities Behind Simple Ratios, by G. Campbell Watkins and E.R. Berndt, 4(2)
1983, 105-120

The Role of Renewables in Hawaii's Energy Future, by Jayant Sathaye and Henry Ruderman, 4(2) 1983, 121-134

Net Effects of Government Intervention in Energy Markets, by Paul F. Dickens III, David L. McNicol, Frederic H.
Murphy, and Julie H. Zalkind, 4(2) 1983, 135-150

A Comparison of Original Cost and Trended Original Cost Ratemaking Methods (note), by Robert E. Anderson and
David E. Mead, 4(2) 1983, 151-158

Disequilibrium Processes in the Market for Electricity: The Case of Municipal Ownership (note), by Don M. Shakow,
4(2) 1983, 159-154

The Differential Impact of Gas Shortages and Fuel Prices Increases on Demand: The Case of the Hotel Industry in New
York State (note), by Avner Arbel and S. Abraham Ravid, 4(2) 1983, 165-171

Two Measures of Aggregate Energy Production Elasticities (note) by Nguyn V. Hong, 4(2) 1983, 172-177

Energy Vulnerability (James Plummer, ed.), book review by R. Glenn Hubbard, 4(2) 1983, 178-186
Oil Markets in Turmoil: An Economic Analysis (Philip K. Verleger, Jr.), book review by R. Glenn Hubbard, 4(2) 1983,
178-186

Crude Oil Prices as Determined by Market Fundamentals and OPEC (Paul W. MacAvoy), book review by R. Glenn
Hubbard, 4(2) 1983, 178-186

The Coming Boom (Herman Kahn), book review by Helmut J. Frank, 4(2) 1983, 186-187


Vol 4. Issue 3

The International Energy Investment Dilemma, by Paul Tempest, 4(3) 1983, 1-10

The Impact of the Oil Price Decline on the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, by Jan Vanous, 4(3) 1983, 11-19

Global Energy and CO2 to the Year 2050, by Jae Edmonds and John Reilly, 4(3) 1983, 21-47

Oil Stockpiling: Help Thy Neighbor, by William W. Hogan, 4(3) 1983, 49-72

Energy Demand Elasticities in Industrialized Countries: A Survey, by George Kouris, 4(3) 1983, 73-94

European Reliance on Soviet Gas Exports (note) by Ferdinand E. Banks, 4(3) 1983, 95-96

Saudi Arabia: Rush to Development (Ragaei El Mallakh), book review by Donald A. Wells, 4(3) 1983, 97-98

Vol 4, Issue 4

Optimal Oil Producer Behavior Considering Macrofeedbacks, by Harry D. Saunders, 4(4) 1983, 1-27

Comment on "Optimal Oil, Producer Behavior Considering Macrofeed-backs" by Knut Anton Mork, 4(4) 1983, 29-31

Reply to Comment on "Optimal Oil Producer Behavior Considering Macrofeedbacks, by Harry D. Saunders, 4(4) 1983,
31-35

The Rate of Return Earned by Lessees Under Cash Bonus Bidding for OCS Oil and Gas Leases, by Walter Mead,
Asbjorn Moseidjord, and Philip E. Sorensen, 4(4) 1983, 37-52

Oil and Gas Supply Modeling Under Uncertainty: Putting DOE Midterm Forecasts in Perspective, by Carl M. Harris,
4(4) 1983, 53-65

Nationalizing Oil in the 1970s, by Dean Goodermote and Richard B. Mancke, 4(4) 1983, 67-80

Individual Purchase Criteria for Energy-Related Durables: The Misuse of Life Cycle Cost (note), by Harry Chernof,
4(4) 1983, 81-86

The Real Cost of Oil Revisited (note), by Michael J. Coda and John E. Jankowsky, Jr., 4(4) 1983, 87-90

Comment on International Energy Agency's World Energy Outlook, by David M. Kline and John P. Weyant, 4(4) 1983,
91-94

Referee Acknowledgments, 4(4) 1983, 95-96

Volume 4 Index, 4(4) 1983, 97-99

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1983 SPECIAL ELECTRICITY ISSUE

Electric Utility Capacity Expansion: Its Implications for Customers and Shareholders, by Stephen Peck, (Special
Electricity Issue) 1983, 1-12

A Technology Choice Model for Electricity Supply Disruption, by Ralph J. Keeney, (Special Electricity Issue) 1983,
13-32

Household Welfare Loss Due to Electricity Supply Disruption, by Arun Sanghvi, (Special Electricity Issue) 1983, 33-
54

The Cost of Residential Electric Power Outages, by Robert W. Gilmer and Richard S. Mack, (Special Electricity Issue)
1983, 55-74

An Integrated Approach to Electricity Demand Forecasting, by Harlan Platt, (Special Electricity Issue) 1983, 75-92

Power Factors and Efficient Pricing and Production of Reactive Power, by Sanford V. Berg, (Special Electricity Issue)
1983, 93-102

An Analysis of Commercial and Industrial Customer Response to Time-of-Use Rates, by Joseph G. Hirschberg and
Dennis J. Aigner, (Special Electricity Issue) 1983, 103-126

The Economics of Electricity Demand Changes, by J. Stephen Henderson, (Special Electricity Issue) 1983, 127-140

Distributed Lags and the Demand for Electricity, by Ronald J. Sutherland, (Special Electricity Issue) 1983, 141-152

Asymmetry in the Residential Demand for Electricity, by Thomas H. Stevens and Trevor Young, (Special Electricity
Issue) 1983, 153-162

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VOLUME 5, 1984

Vol 5, Issue 1

Risk-Bearing and the Choice of Contract Forms for Oil Exploration and Development, by Charles Blitzer, Donald R.
Lessard, and James L. Paddock, 5(1) 1984, 1-28

Energy Prices and Capital Obsolescence: Evidence from the Oil Embargo Period, by Joel C. Gibbons, 5(1) 1984, 29-43

International Energy Workshop: A Summary of the 1983 Poll Responses, by Alan S. Manne and Leo Schrattenholzer,
5(1) 1984, 45-64

Competing Energy Uses for Wood Wastes in British Columbia, by Micheal Margolick, Ardo H. Hansson, and John F.
Helliwell, 5(1) 1984, 65-84

Investment in Geothermal Direct Heat Applications, by William F. Hederman Jr., and Laura C. Gordon, 5(1) 1984, 85-
97

Effectiveness of Building Energy Performance Standards to Curtail Household Energy Demand: A Theoretical
Analysis, by Vijay K. Mathur, 5(1) 1984, 99-114

Petroleum Price Elasticity, Income Effects, and OPEC's Pricing Policy, by F. Gerard Adams and Jaime Marquez, 5(1)
1984, 115-128

U.S. Gasoline Demand: What Next?, by Badi H. Baltagi and James M. Griffin, 5(1) 1984, 129-140
Fuel Efficiency Incentives for Cars: Oil Import Vulnerability Reduction, by Paul P. Craig, 5(1) 1984, 141-148

Energy Conservation in the United Kingdom: A Major Industrial Opportunity, by Jane Carter, 5(1) 1984, 149-158

A Comparison of the Costs and the Results in the Onshore and Offshore Search for Oil and Gas (note), by Jon A.
Rasmussen and Michael J. Piette, 5(1) 1984, 159-164

Public Willingness to Invest in Household Weatherization, by Marvin E. Olsen and Christopher Cluett (note), 5(1)
1984, 165-168

Sense and Nonsense About World Oil (note), by Morris A. Adelman, 5(1) 1984, 169-172

Reply to Sense and Nonsense About World Oil, by Melvin A. Conant, 5(1) 1984, 171-172

FEA Efficiency Standards and Energy Usage: Resolving Khazzoom Versus Besen and Johnson, by Michael Einhorn,
5(1) 1984, 173-176

Two-Part Tariffs and the "Spiral of Impossibility" in the Market for Electricity, by John T. Wenders, 5(1) 1984, 177-
179

Profit and the Pursuit of Energy: Markets and Regulation (Jonathan D. Aronson and Peter F. Cowhey, eds.), book
review by James L. Paddock, 5(1) 1984, 181-182.

Decentralizing Electricity Production (H. J. Brown and T. R. Strumolo, eds.), book review by James L. Plummer, 5(1)
1984, 182-184.

The Future of Oil: World Oil Resources and Use (Peter R. Odell and Kenneth E. Rosing, eds.), book review by E. D.
Attanasi, 5(1) 1984, 184-186.

Letter to the Editor: The Quest for Research of Research, by John J. Schanz, Jr. 5(1) 1984, 187-188

Vol 5, Issue 2

Energy Prices, Capital Formulation, and Potential GNP, by David W. Burgess, 5(2) 1984, 1-27

The Price of Oil and Conflict in OPEC, by Ali M. Reza, 5(2) 1984, 29-33

An Energy Demand and Generalized Fuel Choice Model for the Primary Metals Industry, by LuAnn M. Duffus and
Wen S. Chern, 5(2) 1984, 35-52

Summer Time and Electricity Conservation: The Israeli Case, by Haim Shore, 5(2) 1984, 53-70

Deregulating the Generation of Electricity Through the Creation of Spot Markets for Bulk Power, by Roger E. Bohn,
Bennett W. Golub, Richard D. Tabors, and Fred C. Schweppe, 5(2) 1984, 71-92

Fair Value Versus Original Cost Rate Base Valuation During Inflation, by Walter J. Primeaux, Jr., Edward L. Bubnys,
and Robert H. Rasche, 5(2) 1984, 93-108

Capital-Energy Substitution in the Long Run, by Joel Gibbons, 5(2) 1984, 109-118

Residential Electricity Demand Modeling in the Australian Capital Territory: Preliminary Results, by W.A. Donnelly,
5(2) 1984, 119-131

Cogeneration in the People's Republic of China, by Qu Yu, 5(2) 1984, 133-137
Are Federal Energy Tax Credits Effective? A Western United States Survey, by Edwin H. Carpenter and S. Theodore
Chester, Jr., 5(2) 1984, 139-149

Residential Electricity Demand: A Suggested Appliance Stock Equation, by Christopher Garbacz, 5(2) 1984, 151-154

The Nationalization of the Venezuelan Oil Industry (Gustavo Coronel), book review by Richard B. Mancke, 5(2) 1984,
155-156.


Vol 5, Issue 3

International Oil Agreements, by Morris A. Adelman, 5(3) 1984, 1-9

The Role of Energy in Productivity Growth, by Dale Jorgenson, 5(3) 1984, 11-26

Appropriate Finances for Petroleum Development in Developing Countries, by Tamir Agmon, Donald R. Lessard, and
James L. Paddock, 5(3) 1984 27-40

The Social Cost of Imported Oil, by Elena Folkerts-Landau, 5(3) 1984, 41-58

Maximum Economic Recovery of Federal Coal, by William D. Watson and Richard Bernknopf, 5(3) 1984, 59-80

Conditional Demand Analysis for Estimating Residential End-Use Load Profiles, by Dennis J. Aigner, Cyrus
Sorooshian, and Pamela Kerwin, 5(3) 1984, 81-97

The Importance of Technology and Fuel Choice in the Analysis of Utility-Sponsored Conservation Strategies for
Residential Water Heating, by Raymond S. Hartman, 5(3) 1984, 99-118

Real Oil Prices from 1980 to 1982, by Hillard G. Huntington, 5(3) 1984, 119-131

A Note on Petroleum Industry Exploration Efficiency, by E.D. Attanasi, 5(3) 1984, 133-145

The Cost of Synthetic Fuels in Relation to Oil Prices--Revisited, by Edward J. Daniels, 5(3) 1984, 147-157

The Economics of Utility Residential Energy Conservation Programs: A Pacific Northwest Example, by Eric Hirst and
Richard Goeltz, 5(3) 1984, 159-169

A Note on Measuring Household Welfare Effects of Time-of-Use (TOU) Pricing, by Chi-Keung Woo, 5(3) 1984, 171-
181

Oil Supply and Prices: What Went Right in 1980? (Daniel Badger and Robert Belgrave), book review by R. Glenn
Hubbard, 5(3) 1984, 183-184

Petroleum Tax Analysis: North Sea (London: Financial Times), book review by Jim Moose, 5(3) 1984, 184-185.

Petroleum and Economic Development: The Cases of Mexico and Norway (Ragaei El Mallakh, Oystein Noreng, and
Barry W. Poulson), book review by Richard B. Mancke, 5(3) 1984, 185-187

Energy Economics, Demand Management and Conservation Policy (Mohan Munasinghe and Gunter Schramm), book
review by Clifton T. Jones, 5(3) 1984, 187-189


Vol 5, Issue 4

Energy Demand in Jordan: A Case Study of Energy-Economy, by Charles R. Blitzer, 5(4) 1984, 1-19
Canadian Natural Gas Exports to the United States: A Monopolistic Intertemporal Analysis, by Terrence E. Daniel,
Henry M. Goldberg, and John P. Weyant, 5(4) 1984, 21-34

A Comparison of Multivariate Logit and Translog Models for Energy and Nonenergy Input Cost Share Analysis, by
Thomas J. Lutton and Michael R. LeBlanc, 5(4) 1984, 35-44

Nigeria's Internal Petroleum Problems: Perspectives and Choices, by Akin Iwayemi, 5(4) 1984, 45-54

A Note on Rowen and Weyant, "Reducing the Economic Impacts of Oil Supply Interruptions: An International
Perspective," by Harry D. Saunders, 5(4) 1984, 55-59

John P. Weyant Replies, by John P. Weyant, 5(4) 1984, 59-62

Rejoinder to Weyant, Reply by Harry D. Saunders, 5(4) 1984, 62-64

Rate-of-Return Attrition and Inflation-Induced Penalties in Public Utility Common Stocks (note), by Wallace N.
Davidson and John L. Glascock, 5(4) 1984, 65-72

Interpreting the International Energy Workshop Survey Results--Uncertainty and the Need for Consistent Modeling
(note), by Gary W. Yohe, 5(4) 1984, 73-77

A Note on Optimal System Planning, by Ferdinand E. Banks, 5(4) 1984, 79-80

Oil Economists' Handbook (Gilbert Jenkins), book review by Jack D. Kirwan, 5(4) 1984, 81-82

Referee Acknowledgments, 5(4) 1984, 85-87

Volume 5 Index, 5(4) 1984, 89-93

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VOLUME 6 1985

Vol 6, Issue 1

Prospects for a Tighter World Oil Market, by Edward W. Erickson, 6(1) 1985, 3-7

Oil Prices are Still Too High, by Arlon R. Tussing, 6(1) 1985, 9-12

Prospects for a Tighter World Oil Market, by S. Fred Singer, 6(1) 1985, 13-16

An Unstable World Oil Market, by M.A. Adelman, 6(1) 1985, 17-22

Electricity Growth in the Future, by Stephen C. Peck and John P. Weyant, 6(1) 1985, 23-43

Nuclear Construction Lead Times: Analysis of Past Trends and Outlook for the Future, by Marcy A. Radlauer, David S.
Bauman, and Stephen W. Chapel, 6(1) 1985, 45-62

Long-Run Effects of the Canadian National Energy Agreements, by S.L. Schwartz, J.D. Fuller, and W.T. Ziemba 6(1)
1985, 63-77

OCS Leasing Policy: Its Effects on the Structure of the Petroleum Industry, by Mark Kosmo, 6(1) 1985, 79-96

Historical Causes of Postwar Oil Shocks and Recessions, by James D. Hamilton, 6(1) 1985, 97-116
The Effects of Natural Gas Decontrol on Fertilizer Demand, Production Costs, and Income in Agriculture, by Michael
LeBlanc, 6(1) 1985, 117-135

Economic Demand Analysis for Electricity in West Africa, by Emmanuel Glakpe and Rocco Fazzolare, 6(1) 1985, 137-
144

Coal Transportation System Modeling: The Case of Taiwan, by Gwo-Hshiung Tzeng, 6(1) 1985, 145-156

Scale Economies and Reliability in the Electric Power Industry, by H.S. Burness, R.G. Cummings, and Verne W.
Loose, 6(1) 1985, 157-168


Vol 6, Issue 2

Energy in Transition: A View from 1960, by Hans H. Landsberg, 6(2) 1985, 1-18

International Energy Policy: The Conflict of Investment Needs and Market Signals, by Paul Tempest, 6(2) 1985, 19-24

Estimating Industrial Energy Demand with Firm-Level Data: The Case of Indonesia, by Mark M. Pitt, 6(2) 1985, 25-39

Dimensioning Reserve Margins of Electrical Energy in Sweden, by Roland Andersson and Louis Taylor, 6(2) 1985, 41-
60

Oil Production Policy and Economic Development in Mexico, by Hossein Razavi, 6(2) 1985, 61-71

Realized Savings from Residential Conservation Activity, by Frederick D. Sebold and Eric W. Fox, 6(2) 1985, 73-88

Application of the Expenditure Function in Electricity Pricing: Optimal Residential Time-of-Use Rate Option, by Chi-
Keung Woo, 6(2) 1985, 89-99

Weather Normalization and Natural Gas Regulation, by Richard S. Bower and Nancy L. Bower, 6(2) 1985, 101-115

The Effect of a Fuel Adjustment Clause on a Regulated Firm's Selection of Inputs, by Frank A. Scott, Jr., 6(2) 1985,
117-126

Field Price Deregulation and the Carrier Status of Natural Gas Pipelines, by Harry G. Broadman, W. David
Montgomery, and Milton Russell, 6(2) 1985, 127-139

Oil Shock: Policy Response and Implementation (Alvin L. Alm and Robert J. Weiner, eds.), book review by Hillard G.
Huntington, 6(2) 1985, 141-143

Oil Prices, Energy Security, and Impact Policy (Douglas R. Bohi and W. David Montgomery), book review by R.
Glenn Hubbard, 6(2) 1985, 143-145

The Making of Federal Coal Policy (Robert H. Nelson), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 6(2) 1985, 145-148

Electric Power Strategic Issues (James Plummer, Terry Ferrar, and William Hughes, eds.), book review by Richard L.
Gordon, 6(2) 1985, 148-150

Risk Analysis and Decision Processes: The Study of Liquefied Energy Gas Facilities in Four Countries (H. C.
Kunreuther, J. Linnerooth, et al.), book review by Nelson E. May, 6(2) 1985, 150-152

The Natural Gas Industry: Evolution, Structure, and Economics (Arlon R. Tussing and Connie C. Barlow), book
review by Harry G. Broadman, 6(2) 1985, 152-153
Supplying Energy Through Greater Efficiency: The Potential for Conservation in California's Residential Sector
(Allen Meier, Janice Wright, and A. H. Rosenfeld), book review by Clark W. Bullard, 6(2) 1985, 154-155


Vol 6, Issue 3

A Welfare Approach to Energy Pricing: A Case Study for India, by Gopal K. Kadekodi, 6(3) 1985, 1-19

A Decision Analysis Approach to Energy System Expansion Planning, by James P. Peerenboom and Wesley K. Foell,
6(3) 1985, 21-36

Short-Term Price Formation in the U.S. Uranium Market, by A.D. Owen, 6(3) 1985, 37-49

Biogas Development in India and the PRC, by V.P. Kharbanda and M.A. Qureshi, 6(3) 1985, 51-65

The Relationship Between Refined Product Imports and Refined Product Prices in the United States, by John J.
Gonzales, 6(3) 1985, 67-78

Competition as a Complement to Regulation, by Richard P. Rozek, 6(3) 1985, 79-90

The Economics of Natural Gas Utilization in Developing Countries: Methodology, by Y. Hossein Farzin, 6(3) 1985,
91-99

Industrial and Commercial Demand for Electricity by Time of Day, by Derek Bosworth and Clive Pugh, 6(3) 1985,
101-107

Coal Transportation System Modeling--The Case of Taiwan: A Comment, by R.K. Pachauri, Chia-Ton Chen, and
Leena Srivastava, 6(3) 1985, 109-114

Energy Consumption in Hungary: An Ex Post Analysis, by Julia Kiraly and Laszlo Lovei, 6(3) 1985, 115-125

Again, Federal Tax Credits Are Found Effective: A Reply, by Edwin H. Carpenter and Cathy Durham, 6(3) 1985, 127-
128

Solar Versus Conservation Tax Credits, by H. Craig Petersen, 6(3) 1985, 129-135

Changing Climate and Energy Modeling: A Review, by John Reilly and Jae Edmonds, 6(3) 1985, 137-154

The Cost of Capital: Estimating the Rate of Return for Public Utilities (A. Lawrence Kolbe and James A. Read, Jr.,
with R. Hall), book review by Donna Smith, 6(3) 1985, 155-156

The Regulation of Public Utilities: Theory and Practice (Charles F. Phillips, Jr.), book review by Richard L. Gordon,
6(3) 1985, 156-157

Coal's Contribution to U.K. Self-Sufficiency (Louis Turner), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 6(3) 1985, 158-159

Electricity's Contribution to U.K. Self-Sufficiency (Richard Eden and Nigel Evans), book review by Richard L. Gordon,
6(3) 1985, 158-159

Oil's Contribution to U.K. Self-Sufficiency (Colin Robinson and Eileen Marshall), book review by Richard L. Gordon,
6(3) 1985, 158-159

America's Electric Utilities: Past, Present, and Future (Leonard S. Hyman), book review by Harry M. Trebing, 6(3)
1985, 160-161
Markets for Power: An Analysis of Electric Utility Deregulation (Paul L. Joskow and Richard Schmalensee), book
review by Milton Z. Kafoglis, 6(3) 1985, 161-163

The Politics of Middle Eastern Oil (J. E. Peterson, ed.), book review by Dankwart A. Rustow, 6(3) 1985, 163

Reforming the Regulation of Electric Utilities (Richard L. Gordon), book review by Lester P. Taylor, 6(3) 1985, 164-
165

Energy Today and Tomorrow (J. Darmstadter, H. H. Landsberg, and H. C. Morton, with M. J. Coda), book review by
William A. Vogely, 6(3) 1985, 165-166

Clean Coal/Dirty Air (Bruce A. Ackerman and William T. Hassler), book review by Michael Haar, 6(3) 1985, 166-167


Vol 6, Issue 4

Change and Continuity, by P.H. Frankel, 6(4) 1985, 1-5

Energy and Economy: Global Interdependences, by William H. Hogan, 6(4) 1985, 7-21

Oil and Rival Energy Sources, by P.C. Despraries, 6(4) 1985, 23-28

Validating Allocation Function in Energy Models: An Experimental Methodology, by V. Kerry Smith and Lawrence J.
Hill, 6(4) 1985, 29-47

A Survey of Canadian Energy Policy: 1974-1983, by Robert N. McCrae, 6(4) 1985, 49-64

Residential Energy Use in the OECD, by Lee Schipper and Andrea N. Ketoff, 6(4) 1985, 65-85

Modeling Energy Conservation Programs: An Application to Natural Gas Utilities, by Adam Rose, 6(4) 1985, 87-103

On the Use of Double-Log Forms in Energy Demand Analysis, by Andre Plourde and David Ryan, 6(4) 1985, 105-113

Demand for Electricity of Small Non-residential Customers Under Time-of-Use (TOU) Pricing, by Chi-Keung Woo,
6(4) 1985, 115-127

Natural Gas from Seaweed: Is Near-Term R&D Funding by the U.S. Gas Industry Warranted?, by Chennat
Gopalakrishnan, 6(4) 1985, 129-137

Energy, Economics, and Foreign Policy in the Soviet Union (Edward A. Hewett), book review by Arthur W. Wright,
6(4) 1985, 139-141

Modeling and Measuring Natural Resource Substitution (E. R. Berndt and B. C. Field, eds), book review by William
A. Donnelly, 6(4) 1985, 141-143

Energy, Foresight, and Strategy (Thomas Sargent, ed.), book review by Mark Lowry, 6(4) 1985, 144-145

Fuelwood in Urban Markets: A Case Study of Hyderabad (Alam Manzoor, Joy Dunkerley, K. N. Gopi, William
Ramsay, and Elizabeth Davis), book review by Ruthann C. Moomy, 6(4) 1985, 146-148

Bioenergy and Economic Development (William Ramsay), book review by Ruthann C. Moomy, 6(4) 1985, 146-148

Referee Acknowledgments, 6(4) 1985, 149-150

Volume 6 Index, 6(4) 1985, 151-156
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1985 SPECIAL TAX ISSUE


Energy Taxes and Optimal Tax Theory, by Michael J. Boskin and Marc S. Robinson, (Special Tax Issue) 1985, 1-15

Canadian Oil and Gas Taxation, by Campbell Watkins and Brian Scarfe, (Special Tax Issue) 1985, 17-35

Resource Rent Tax in Australia, by Paul G. Bradley, (Special Tax Issue) 1985, 37-48

The Coming Age of Energy Taxes and Environmental Levies, by Hans-Jochen Luhmann, (Special Tax Issue) 1985, 49-
58

An Analysis of Fiscal and Financial Impediments to Oil and Gas Exploration in Developing Countries, by Charles R.
Blitzer, Panos E. Cavoulacos, Donald R. Lessard, and James L. Paddock, (Special Tax Issue) 1985, 59-72

Taxation as a Protection Against the Effects of Price Fluctuations: The Case of Oil, by Knut Anton Mork, (Special Tax
Issue) 1985, 73-87

Analyzing Impacts of Potential Tax Policy Changes on U.S. Oil Security, by James L. Sweeney and Michael J. Boskin,
(Special Tax Issue) 1985, 89-108

The effects of Petroleum Taxation in the United Kingdom, Norway, Denmark, and the Netherlands: A Comparative
Study, by Alexander G. Kemp and David Rose, (Special Tax Issue) 1985, 109-123

Exploration Risks and Mineral Taxation: How Fiscal Regimes Affect Exploration Incentives, by T.R. Stauffer and John
C. Gault, (Special Tax Issue) 1985, 125-135

Scheduling and Taxation of Resource Deposits, by Sjur D. Flam and Trond E. Olsen, (Special Tax Issue) 1985, 137-
143

Effective Federal Tax Rates on Income from New Investments in Oil and Gas Extraction, by Jane G. Gravelle, (Special
Tax Issue) 1985, 145-153

Capital Tax Distortions in the Petroleum Industry, by Robert Crum Fry, Jr., (Special Tax Issue) 1985, 155-170

Efficiency Versus Equity in Petroleum Taxation by Dale W. Jorgenson and Daniel T. Slesnick, (Special Tax Issue)
1985, 171-187

The Double Inefficiency of the Windfall Profits Tax on Crude Oil, by Jerry Blankenship and David L. Wiemer,
(Special Tax Issue) 1985, 189-202

Interregional Energy Tax Exportation: An Interpretive Survey, by William E. Morgan and John H. Mutti, (Special Tax
Issue) 1985, 203-224

Severance Taxes and the Government's Share of Value from Oil and Gas Production, by John Lohrenz and John A.
Pederson, (Special Tax Issue) 1985, 225-239

Levies on U.S. Coal Production, by Richard L. Gordon, (Special Tax Issue) 1985, 241-254

The Incidence of Severence Taxes in a Residual Demand Framework, by Albert L. Danielsen and Phillip A. Cartwright,
(Special Tax Issue) 1985, 255-263

Sensitivity of Rates of Return and Output to Alternative Tax Scenarios: The Case of the U.S. Gulf of Mexico OCS, by
Walter Mead and Dennis D. Muraoka, (Special Tax Issue) 1985, 265-278
Effects of Taxes and Price Regulation on Offshore Gas, by Henry D. Jacoby and James L. Smith, (Special Tax Issue)
1985, 279-289

Separate Accounting Versus Formulary Apportionment: What Can Positive Economics Say?, by Robert F. Conrad,
(Special Tax Issue) 1985, 291-307

A Natural Resource Theory of Unitary Taxation, by James L. Johnston and Alan Reynolds, (Special Tax Issue) 1985,
309-324

Oil Companies as Tax Collectors, by M.A. Adelman, (Special Tax Issue) 1985, 325-330

Tax Issues in Petroleum Industry Reorganization, by E. Allen Jacobs and Stephen T. Limberg, (Special Tax Issue)
1985, 331-351

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VOLUME 7 1986

Vol 7, Issue 1

Future World Oil Prices and Production Levels: An Economic Analysis, by Robert A. Marshalla and Dale M. Nesbitt,
7(1) 1986, 1-22

The World Oil Market Model (WOM): An Assessment of the Crude Oil Market Through 2000, by Lorentz Lorentsen
and Kjell Roland, 7(1) 1986, 23-34

Energy-Economy Interactions in Developing Countries, by Charles R. Blitzer, 7(1) 1986, 35-50

Evaluating Energy Options for Israel: A Case Study, by Nissan Levin, Asher Tishler, and Jacob Zahavi, 7(1) 1986, 51-
65

Gasoline Demand Survey, by Carol A. Dahl, 7(1) 1986, 67-82

The Cost of OCS Bid Rejection, by Paul R. Kobrin, 7(1) 1986, 83-97

Will Mandatory Conservation Promote Energy Efficiency in the Selection of Household Appliance Stocks?, by Jeffrey
A. Dubin, 7(1) 1986, 99-118

Elements of Market Power in the Natural Gas Pipeline Industry, by Harry G. Broadman, 7(1) 1986, 119-138

Household Discount Rates Revisited, by Raymond S. Hartman and Michael J. Doane, 7(1) 1986, 139-148

Peak and Off-Peak Industrial Demand for Electricity: The Hopkinson Rate in Ontario, Canada (note), by Dean C.
Mountain and Cheng Hsiao, 7(1) 1986, 149-168

Energy Policy in America Since 1945: A Study of Government Business Relations (Richard H. K. Vietor), book review
by Richard L. Gordon 7(1) 1986, 169-170.

Mineral Resources Appraisal (Deverle P. Harris), book review by James L. Smith, 7(1) 1986, 170-173.

The Dimming of America: The Real Costs of Electric Utility Regulatory Failure (Peter Navarro), book review by
Richard L. Gordon 7(1) 1986, 173-174.
Vol 7, Issue 2

The Diminishing Role of Regulation in the Natural Gas Industry, by Charles G. Stalon, 7(2) 1986, 1-12

Integrated National Energy Planning: A Case Study of the Republic of Korea, by Byong-hun Ahn, Hyung-wook Kim,
Dale M. Nesbitt, and Robert L. Phillips, 7(2) 1986, 13-35

Oil Supply Disruptions and the Role of the International Energy Agency, by Douglas R. Bohi and Michael A. Toman,
7(2) 1986, 37-50

Efficient Pricing During Oil Supply Disruptions, by Richard J. Gilbert and Knut Anton Mork, 7(2) 1986, 51-68

Modeling Energy Demand: The Choice Between Input and Output Energy Measures, by Ernst R. Berndt and
G.Campbell Watkins, 7(2) 1986, 69-79

Energy, Electricity, and the U.S. Economy: Emerging Trends, by Fereidoon P. Sioshansi, 7(2) 1986, 81-90

The Value of Australia's Natural Gas Resource--A Linear Programming Analysis, by K.J. Stocks and A.R. de L.
Musgrove, 7(2) 1986, 91-106

Impact on Biomass Availability on Selection of Optimal Energy Systems and Cost of Energy, by P.R. Shukla and T.K.
Moulik, 7(2) 1986, 107-120

Seasonal and Regional Residential Electricity Demand, by Christopher Garbacz, 7(2) 1986, 121-134

Residential Demand Charge: Evidence from the Duke Power Time-of-Day Pricing Experiment, by Thomas N. Taylor
and Peter M. Schwarz, 7(2) 1986, 135-151

Estimating Hourly Electric Load with Generalized Least Square Procedures, by Chi-Keung Woo, Philip Hanser, and
Nate Toyama, 7(2) 1986, 153-170

Changes in Oil Demand in Oil-Importing Developing Countries: The Case of the Philippines, by Jayant Sathaye and
Stephen Meyers, 7(2) 1986, 171-179

Long-Term Versus Short-Term Costs of Electricity Supply Interruptions: A Cautionary Note, by Peter Lewin and Steve
G. Parsons, 7(2) 1986, 181-186

The Economics of Energy Self-Sufficiency (Eileen Marshall and Colin Robinson), book review by Richard L. Gordon
7(2) 1986, 187-188

Regulatory Reform: The State of the Regulatory Art, Emerging Concepts, and Procedures (J. Rhoads Foster, George
R. Hall, Stevan R. Holmberg, Charles F. Philips, Jr., and Richard L. Wallace, eds.), book review by Leonard S. Hyman
7(2) 1986, 188-189

U.K. Energy, Structure, Prospects, and Policies (Richard Bending and Richard Eden), book review by Richard L.
Gordon, 7(2) 1986, 189-190

Oil Price Effects and OPEC's Pricing Policy: An Optimal Control Approach (Jaime Marquez), book review by John P.
Weyant, 7(2) 1986, 190-192


Vol 7, Issue 3

The Great Transition: Energy and Economic Change, by Dale W. Jorgenson, 7(3) 1986, 1-14
A North American Gas Trade Model (GTM), by Mark A. Beltramo, Alan S. Manne, and John P. Weyant, 7(3) 1986,
15-32

Price Discrimination Limits in Relation to the Death Spiral, by J. Stephen Henderson, 7(3) 1986, 33-50

The Failure of Solar Tax Incentives: A Dynamic Analysis, by G. Thomas Sav, 7(3) 1986, 51-66

An Integrated Analysis of U.S. Oil Security Policies, by Frederic H. Murphy, Michael A. Toman, and Howard J. Weiss,
7(3) 1986, 67-82

Optimal Seasonal Distillate Inventory, by Charles Tiplitz, 7(3) 1986, 83-98

Energy Prospects and Policies in the PRC, by Lu Yingzhong, 7(3) 1986, 99-108

International Energy Workshop: Oil Price Projections, by Alan S. Manne, Leo Schrattenholzer, and Jennifer L. Rowley,
7(3) 1986, 109-114

The Effects of Energy Prices Upon Appliance Efficiencies and Building Insulation, by Michael A. Einhorn, 7(3) 1986,
115-122

Service Reliability and the Optimal Interruptible Rate Option in Residential Electricity Pricing, by Chi-Keung Woo and
Nate Toyama, 7(3) 1986, 123-136

U.S. Residential Demand for Wood, by Richard R. Bryant, 7(3) 1986, 137-148

Missing Survey Data in End-Use Energy Models: An Overlooked Problem, by David A. Swanson, 7(3) 1986, 149-158

Short-Term Price Formation in the U.S. Uranium Market: A Comment, by Ferdinand E. Banks, 7(3) 1986, 159-160

Analyzing Nonrenewable Resource Supply (Douglas R. Bohi and Michael A. Toman), book review by Richard L.
Gordon, 7(3) 1986, 161-162

Politics, Prices, and Petroleum: The Political Economy of Energy (David Glasner), book review by Robert T. Deacon,
7(3) 1986, 162-164

Energy Pricing and Demand Management (Mohan Munasinghe), book review by Richard D. Tabors, 7(3) 1986, 164-
165.

Economics of the Energy Industries (William Spangar Peirce), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 7(3) 1986, 166

Oil Tanker Databook: 1985 (Michael Chapness and Gilbert Jenkins), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 7(3) 1986,
167-168

Oil Economists' Handbook 1985 (Gilbert Jenkins), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 7(3) 1986, 167-168

Energy Information Guide: Volume III, Fossil Fuels (David R. Weber), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 7(3) 1986,
167-168

East European Energy and East-West Trade in Energy (Jonathan P. Stern), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 7(3)
1986, 168-171

International Gas Trade in Europe: The Policies of Exporting and Importing Countries (Jonathan P. Stern), book
review by Richard L. Gordon, 7(3) 1986, 168-171

Gas's Contribution to U.K. Self-Sufficiency (Jonathan P. Stern), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 7(3) 1986, 168-
171
Natural Gas Trade in North America and Asia (Jonathan P. Stern), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 7(3) 1986, 168-
171

The OPEC Natural Gas Dilemma (Bijan Mossavar-Rahmani and Sharmin Mossavar-Rahmani), book review by
Richard L. Gordon, 7(3) 1986, 168-171


Vol 7, Issue 4

Upon Acceptance of the IAEE's 5th Annual Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Profession and Literature of
Energy Economics, by John H. Lichtblau, 7(4) 1986, 1-6

The Competitive Floor to World Oil Prices, by M.A. Adelman, 7(4) 1986, 9-31

The Competitive Floor to World Oil Prices: A Comment, by Jack W. Wilkinson, 7(4) 1986, 32-33

The Competitive Floor to World Oil Prices: A Comment, by Tony Scanlan, 7(4) 1986, 34-35

Falling Oil Prices: Where is the Floor?, by James M. Griffin and Clifton T. Jones, 7(4) 1986, 37-50

The Economic Impact of Coal-Fired Versus Nuclear Power Plants: An Application of a General Equilibrium Model, by
Klaus Conrad and Iris Henseler-Unger, 7(4) 1986, 51-63

Cost Share, Own, and Cross-Price Elasticity in U.S. Manufacturing with Disaggregated Energy Inputs, by Mahmood
Moghimzadeh and Kern O. Kymn, 7(4) 1986, 65-80

Residential Gas Cooling: A Life-Cycle Approach, by Richard L. Itteilag and Christina A. Swanson, 7(4) 1986, 81-88

Long-Run Adjustment to Alternative Levels of Reliability in Electricity Supply, by Robert W. Gilmer and Richard S.
Mack, 7(4) 1986, 89-94

The Economics of Strategic Choice: U.S. Uranium Enrichment in the World Market, by David L. Bodde, Mollie V.
Quasebarth, and John B. Thomasian, 7(4) 1986, 95-107

Energia Para El Crecimiento (Energy for Growth) (Alieto A. Guadagni), book review by Clifford A. Mangano, 7(4)
1986, 109-110

Offshore Lands Oil and Gas Leasing and Conservation on the Outer Continental Shelf (Walter J. Mead, Asbjorn
Moisdjord, Dennis D. Muraoka, and Philip E. Sorensen), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 7(4) 1986, 110-111

Unnatural Monopolies: The Case for Deregulating Public Utilities (Robert W. Poole, Jr., ed.), book review by Richard
L. Gordon, 7(4) 1986, 111-112

Energy Conservation, Successes, and Failures (John C. Sawhill and Richard Cotton, eds.), book review by Richard L.
Gordon, 7(4) 1986, 112-114

The Politics of Energy Conservation (Pietro S. Nivola), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 7(4) 1986, 112-114

Economic Development of the British Coal Industry, 1800-1914 (B. R. Mitchell), book review by Richard L. Gordon,
7(4) 1986, 114-115

Integrated Energy Planning—A Manual (René Codoni, Hi-Chun Park, and K. V. Ramani, eds.), book review by
Richard L. Gordon, 7(4) 1986, 115-116

The Energy Balance in Northeast Asia (Joseph A. Yager), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 7(4), 1986, 116-117
The Australian Economy: A View from the North (Richard E. Caves and Lawrence B. Krause, eds.), book review by
Richard L. Gordon, 7(4), 1986, 116-117

China Coal Industry Yearbook (People's Republic of China, Economics Information Agency), book review by Richard
L. Gordon, 7(4), 1986, 116-117

Referee Acknowledgments, 7(4) 1986, 119-121

Volume 7 Index, 7(4) 1986, 123-127

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VOLUME 8 1987

Vol. 8, Issue 1

Cuban Oil Reexports: Significance and Prospects, by Jorge F. Perez-Lopez, 8(1) 1987, 1-16

Productivity Growth and Technical Change in the Generation of Electricity, by Paul L. Joskow, 8(1) 1987, 17-38

Implementing Efficient Petroleum Product Pricing Programs in Developing Countries, by Edward N. Krapels, 8(1)
1987, 39-52

Price Elasticity of Demand for Oil and the Terms of Trade of the OPEC Countries, by M. M. Metwally and A. T. Arab,
8(1) 1987, 53-67

Residential Demand for Electrical Appliances and Electricity in the Federal Republic of Germany, by Ruldolf, K.-H.
Dennerlein, 8(1) 1987, 69-86

Sources of Labor Productivity Variation in the U.S. Surface Coal Mining Industry, 1960-1967, by Libby Rittenberg and
Ernest H. Manuel, Jr., 8(1) 1987, 87-100

The Behavior of the Market for Energy Efficiency in Residential Appliances Including Heating and Cooling
Equipment, by Henry Ruderman, Mark D. Levine, and James E. McMahon, 8(1) 1987, 101-124

Optimal Choice of R&D Strategy for Enhanced Recovery from Petroleum Reservoirs (note), by Gunnar Stensland and
Arild N. Nystad, 8(1) 1987, 125-132

Energy-Nonenergy Input Substitution in Western U.S. Agriculture: Some Findings (note), by Chennat Gopalakrishnan,
8(1) 1987, 133-146

Appliance Depreciation and the Demand for Energy (note), by Michael A. Einhorn, 8(1) 1987, 147-149

Validating Allocation Functions in Energy Models: A Comment, by David B. Reister, 8(1) 1987, 151-152

On Straw Men, Free Parameters, and Validating Allocation Functions: A Reply to Reister, by V. Kerry Smith and
Lawrence J. Hill, 8(1) 1987, 153-156


Vol 8, Issue 2

IAEE 1986 Annual Conference: Debate Between T. Boone Pickens and Lester C. Thurow, 8(2) 1987, 1-17

The Residential Adoption of Electricity in Early Twentieth-Century America, by Arthur G. Woolf, 8(2) 1987, 19-30
Oil Demand Elasticities in Nigeria, by Felix B. Dayo and Anthony O. Adegbulugbe, 8(2) 1987, 31-41

Canadian Natural Gas Exports, Domestic Gas Prices, and Future Gas Supply Costs, by John Rowse, 8(2) 1987, 43-62

The Impact of Nuclear Power Plant Construction Activity on the Electric Utility Industry's Cost of Capital, by Keith
Berry and Samuel Loudenslager, 8(2) 1987, 63-75

Separating the Changing Composition of U.S. Manufacturing Production from Energy Efficiency Improvements: A
Divisia Index Approach, by G. Boyd, J. F. McDonald, M. Ross, and D. A. Hanson, 8(2) 1987, 77-96

Energy and Economic Effects of Utility Financial Incentive Programs: The BPA Residential Weatherization Program,
by Eric Hirst, 8(2) 1987, 97-110

Responses to Energy Efficiency Regulations (note), by Frederick C. Bold, 8(2) 1987, 111-123

Thermal and Economic Measures of Energy Use: Differences and Implications (note), by Jean-Thomas Bernard and
Pierre Cauchon, 8(2) 1987, 125-135

Direct Investment in Conservation Measures by a Public Utility (note), by Anthony M. Marino and Joseph Sicilian, 8(2)
1987, 137-146

The Reserve-Production Ratio (note), by Ferdinand E. Banks, 8(2) 1987, 147-151

The Great Plains Gasification Project: The Problem of Juridical/Administrative Incompatibility (policy forum), by
Robert A. Solo, 8(2) 1987, 153-168

Struktur und Wandel der Energiewirtschaft in der Bundesrepublic Deutschland (Hans-Wilhelm Schiffer), book review
by Richard L. Gordon, 8(2) 1987, 169-171

Revolution in the World Petroleum Market (Mary Ann Tetreault), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 8(2) 1987,
169-171.

Strategic Implications of the New Oil Reality (Shemuel Meir), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 8(2) 1987, 169-171.

Oil Products--Studies of Price Relationships (Ole Gjo1berg and Inger-Lise Eilersen), book review by Richard L.
Gordon, 8(2) 1987, 169-171.

Spot-Oil, Netbacks, and Petroleum Futures, Special Report 1063 (Fereidun Fesharaki and Hossein Razavi), book
review by Richard L. Gordon, 8(2) 1987, 169-171

Energy: Markets and Regulation: Essays in Honor of M. A. Adelman (Richard L. Gordon, Henry D. Jacoby, and
Martin B. Zimmerman, eds.), book review by Edward W. Erickson, 8(2) 1987, 171-174.

Politics and Nuclear Power: Energy Policy in Western Europe (Michael T. Hatch), book review by Richard L. Gordon,
8(2) 1987, 174-175.

Australian Energy Policies in the '80s (C. D. Trengrove, ed.), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 8(2) 1987, 174-175.

Ressources Naturelles et Theorie Economique (Gerard Gaudet and Pierre Lasserre, eds.), book review by Richard L.
Gordon, 8(2) 1987, 176-177.


Vol 8, Issue 3

Uncertainty Analysis of the AEA/ORAU C02 Emissions Model, by J. M. Reilly, J. A. Edmonds, R. H. Gardner, and A.
L. Brenkert, 8(3) 1987, 1-29
Optimum Depletion of Oil Resources in a Developing Country, by Ali M. Parhizgari, 8(3) 1987, 31-56

Energy for Transport in Developing Countries, by Joy Dunkerley and Irving Hoch, 8(3) 1987, 57-72

The Demand for Insulation--A Study in the Household Demand for Conservation, by J. Daniel Khazzoom, 8(3) 1987,
73-92

Technology and Energy Use Before, During, and After OPEC: The U.S. Portland Cement Industry, by Charles A.
Capone, Jr. and Kenneth G. Elzinga, 8(3) 1987, 93-112

Competition in Natural Gas Pipeline Wellhead Supply Purchases, by Harry G. Broadman, 8(3) 1987, 113-134

Alternative Technological Indices and Factor Demands in the Electric Power Industry, by Randy Nelson, 8(3) 1987,
135-147

Futures Trading and the European Oil Market, by Peter J. W. N. Bird, 8(3) 1987, 149-155

Oil Price Shocks, Market Response, and Contingency Planning (George Horich and David L. Weimer), book review
by Mark Newton Lowry, 8(3) 1987, 157-158

An Economometric Model Integrating Conservation Measures in the Residential Demand for Energy (J. Daniel
Khazzoom), book review by Kenneth E. Train, 8(3), 159-160

OPEC: The Failing Giant (Mohammed E. Ahrari), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 8(3) 1987, 160-161.

OPEC, Its Member States, and the World Energy Market (John Evans), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 8(3) 1987,
160-161

Publishing Opportunities for Energy Research (Roberta A. Scull), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 8(3) 1987,
160-161

Electric Power: Deregulation and the Public Interest (John C. Moorhouse, ed.), book review by William F. Thompson,
8(3), 161-162

United States Coal Goes Abroad: A Social Action Perspective on Interorganizational Networks (Kathryn S. Rogers),
book review by Richard L. Gordon, 8(3) 1987, 163-164

An Analysis of Japanese Coking Coal Procurement Policies: The Canadian and Australian Experience (David L.
Anderson), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 8(3) 1987, 163-164

Transportation of Soviet Energy Resources (Matthew J. Sagers and Milford B. Green), book review by Rod B.
McNaughton, 8(3) 1987, 164-165

Vol 8, Issue 4

Utilities and Cogeneration: Some Regulatory Problems, by Peter Zweifel and Konstantin Beck, 8(4) 1987, 1-15

On Marginal Cost Pricing When Consumers Can Also Produce, by S. Abraham Ravid, 8(4) 1987, 17-22

The IEA Oil-Sharing Plan: Who Shares with Whom?, by David R. Henderson, 8(4) 1987, 23-31

Energy Demand Modeling with Noisy Input-Output Variables, by Lov Kumar Kher, Fereidoon P. Sioshansi, and
Soroosh Sorooshian, 8(4) 1987, 33-50

Assessing the U.S. Federal Tax Burden on Oil and Gas Extraction, by Robert Lucke and Eric Toder, 8(4) 1987, 51-64
A Time-Series Analysis of U.S. Petroleum Industry Inventory Behavior, by Robert Krol and Shirley Svorny, 8(4) 1987,
65-78

Some General-Equilibrium Considerations for the Analysis of Oil Import Restrictions (note), by Knut Anton Mork, 8(4)
1987, 79-84

Energy Saving Resulting from the Adoption of More Efficient Appliances, by J. Daniel Khazzoom (note), 8(4) 1987,
85-89

Criteria for Energy Pricing Policy (Corazon Morales Siddayao, ed.), book review by Mark Allen Bernstein, 8(4) 1987,
91-92.

The Future of Electrical Energy: A Regional Perspective of an Industry in Transition (Sidney Saltzman and Richard E.
Shuler, eds.), book review by Joseph G. Hirschberg, 8(4) 1987, 92-94

Referee Acknowledgments, 8(4) 1987, 95-97

Volume 8 Index, 8(4) 1987, 99-104

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VOLUME 9 1988

Vol 9, Issue 1

Energy Economics in Developing Countries: Analytical Framework and Problems of Application, by Mohan
Munasinghe, 9(1) 1988, 1-17

Defending the Price of Oil, by Edith Penrose, 9(1) 1988, 19-25

Germany (Nuclear Energy After Chernobyl: Views from Four Countries), by Ulf Hansen, 9(1) 1988, 27-30

France (Nuclear Energy After Chernobyl: Views from Four Countries), by Christine Chapuis, 9(1) 1988, 31-34

United States (Nuclear Energy After Chernobyl: Views from Four Countries), by Thomas J. Connolly, 9(1) 1988, 35-39

Finland (Nuclear Energy After Chernobyl: Views from Four Countries), by Arto Lepisto, 9(1) 1988, 41-42

Water, Wind and Soil: Hidden Keys to the Water Planet Earth and to Economic Macroprocesses, by Gonzague Pillet,
9(1) 1988, 43-52

Energy Planning in Taiwan: An Alternative Approach Using a Multi- objective Programming and Input-Output Model,
by George J.Y. Hsu, Ping Sun Leung, and Chauncey T.K. Ching, 9(1) 1988, 53-72

The Effect of Load Management upon Transmission and Distribution Costs: A Case Study, by Michael A. Einhorn,
9(1) 1988, 73-87

The Residential Demand for Electricity in the TVA Power Service Area: Appliance Consumption from 1979 to 1986,
by Gary L. Jackson, 9(1) 1988, 89-93

Optimal Off-Peak Incremental Sales Rate Design in Electricity Pricing, by Chi-Keung Woo and Dewey Q. Seeto, 9(1)
1988, 95-102

Inefficiency of Avoided Cost Pricing of Cogenerated Power, by Chi-Keung Woo, 9(1) 1988, 103-113
Pricing Policies of an Oil Cartel with Expectation of Substitute Producers, by Majid Ahmadian, 9(1) 1988, 115-120

Economics of the Mineral Industries (William A. Vogely, ed.), book review by M. A. Adelman, 9(1) 1988, 121-122.

Energy, Planning and Urban Form (Susan Owens), book review by Peter R. Odell, 9(1) 1988, 122-124

Rural Electrification for Development—Policy Analysis and Applications (Mohan Munasinghe), book review by Mark
Allen Bernstein, 9(1) 1988, 124-125

The Politics of Oil in Indonesia: Foreign Company-Host Government Relations (Khong, Cho Oon), book review by
Carol Dahl, 9(1) 1988, 125-126

Consumer Durable Choice and the Demand for Electricity (Jeffrey A. Dubin), book review by Timothy J. Considine,
9(1) 1988, 126-128

The Econometrics of Energy Demand: A Survey of Applications (William A. Donnelly), book review by Timothy J.
Considine, 9(1) 1988, 128-129

Unitization of Oil and Gas Fields in Texas, A Study of Legislative, Administrative, and Judicial Policies (Jacqueline
Lang Weaver), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 9(1) 1988, 129-130

Drawing the Line on Natural Gas Regulation: The Harvard Study on the Future of Natural Gas (Joseph P. Kalt and
Frank C. Schuller, eds.), book review by Paul R. Carpenter, 9(1) 1988, 130-132

OPEC's Investments and the International Financial System (Richard P. Mattione), book review by John F. Mugno,
9(1) 1988, 132-133


Vol 9, Issue 2

Spinning Wheels: A Review Article (Special Feature: What Price Security? Three Views of the DOE Report), by T.
Randall Curlee and Arthur Wright, 9(2) 1988, 3-16

A Critical Analysis of the DOE Report (Special Feature: What Price Security? Three Views of the DOE Report), by S.
Fred Singer, 9(2) 1988, 17-29

Should GNP Impacts Preclude Oil Tariffs? (Special Feature: What Price Security? Three Views of the DOE Report),
by Hilliard G. Huntington, 9(2) 1988, 31-44

Energy Implications of the Advances in Superconductivity Technology, by Bruce C. Netschert, 9(2) 1988, 45-56

Improving Long-Term Investment Decisions under Uncertainty: Applications for the Swedish Energy Sector, by Per
Anders Bergendahl, Lars Brigelius, and Peter Rosen, 9(2) 1988, 57-73

Regional Economic and Energy Prospects in the Developing Countries: Application of the PREDESS Model, by
Bertrand Lepinoy, 9(2) 1988, 75-92

The Adjustment of U.S. Oil Demand to the Price Increases of the 1970s, by Dermot Gately and Peter Rappoport, 9(2)
1988, 93-107

Declining Energy Intensity in the U.S. Manufacturing Sector, by Claire P. Doblin, 9(2) 1988, 109-135

Nonresponse in Residential Energy Surveys: Systematic Patterns and Implications for End-Use Models, by Paul M.
Ong, Suzanne Holt, Lisa A. Skumatz, and Richard S. Barnes, 9(2) 1988, 137-151
Energy Saving from the Adoption of More Efficient Appliances: Another View, by Amory B. Lovins, 9(2) 1988,
155-162

Energy Saving from the Adoption of More Efficient Appliances: A Follow-up, by John Henly, Henry Ruderman, and
Mark D. Levine, 9(2) 1988, 163-170

Government and North Sea Oil (Danny Hann), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 9(2) 1988, 171-172.

Energy and Growth: A Comparison of 13 Industrial and Developing Countries (Gerald Leach), book review by Joy
Dunkerley, 9(2) 1988, 173-174.

Macroeconomic Impacts of Energy Shocks (B. Hickman, H. Huntington, and J. Sweeney, eds.), book review by Jaime
Marquez, 9(2) 1988, 174-176.

World Coal: Economics, Policies and Prospects (Richard T. Gordon), book review by Michael Rieber, 9(2) 1988, 176-
177.

Vol. 9, Issue 3

Reality Says No (Special Feature: Is an Oil Tariff Justified? An American Debate), by Arlon R. Tussing and Samuel A.
Van Vactor, 9(3) 1988, 1-5

The Numbers Say Yes (Special Feature: Is an Oil Tariff Justified? An American Debate), by Harry G. Broadman and
William W. Hogan, 9(3) 1988, 7-29

The Numbers Say No (Special Feature: Is an Oil Tariff Justified? An American Debate), by Dale M. Nesbitt and
Thomas Y. Choi, 9(3) 1988, 31-59

The World Oil Market: An Examination Using Small-Scale Models, by David Jay Green, 9(3) 1988, 61-77

Choice of Technology and Long-Run Technical Change in Energy-Intensive Industries, by Finn R. Forsund and
Lennart Hjalmarsson, 9(3) 1988, 79-97

Energy Conservation versus Supply Strategies: Implications for Industrial Policy, by Bernard Bourgeois, Patrick Criqui,
and Jacques Percebois, 9(3) 1988, 99-111

Incentives for Energy Conservation in the Commercial and Industrial Sectors, by Kenneth E. Train, 9(3) 1988, 113-128

A Welfare Measure of a New Type of Energy Assistance Program, by Kenneth W. Costello, 9(3) 1988, 129-142

Renewable Energy and Long-Term Energy Planning (note), by Helene Connor-Lajambe, 9(3) 1988, 143-151

Gas Utility Supply Planning: Risk Management and Regulatory Oversight (note), by Thomas P. Lyon and Benjamin
Schlesinger, 9(3) 1988, 153-160

The Business of the Japanese State: Energy Markets in Comparative and Historical Perspective (Richard J. Samuels)
book review by Martha Caldwell Harris, 9(3) 1988, 161-162

Soviet Oil and Security Interests in the Barents Sea (Helge Ole Bergesen, Arild Moe, and Willy Østreng) book review
by Michail B. Korchemkin, 9(3) 1988, 162-163

The Coal of El Cerrejón, Dependent Bargaining and Columbian Policy Making (Harvey F. Kline) book review by
Richard L. Gordon, 9(3) 1988, 163-164


Vol 9, Issue 4
Comparative Energy Policy: The Economics of Nuclear Power in Japan and the United States, by Peter Navarro, 9(4)
1988, 1-16

The Economics of International Oil Sharing, by George Horwich and David Leo Weimer, 9(4) 1988, 17-33

Integrated Energy Planning in India: A Modeling Approach, by R.K. Pachauri and Leena Srivastava, 9(4) 1988, 35-48

On the Economics of Improved Oil Recovery: The Optimal Recovery from Oil and Gas Reservoirs, by Arild N. Nystad,
9(4) 1988, 49-61

Taking Off: The U.S. Demand for Air Travel and Jet Fuel, by Dermot Gately, 9(4) 1988, 63-91

Background and Summary of Energy Provisions (Special Feature: U.S.-Canadian Trade Agreement), by R.A. Reinstein,
9(4) 1988, 95-97

An American Perspective (Special Feature: U.S.-Canadian Trade Agreement), by Philip K. Verleger, Jr., 9(4) 1988,
99-101

Two Canadian Perspectives (Special Feature: U.S.-Canadian Trade Agreement), by Leonard Waverman, 9(4) 1988,
103-106

On Aspects of Oil and Gas Trade (Special Feature: U.S.-Canadian Trade Agreement), by Andre Plourde, 9(4) 1988,
107-110

Electricity and Gas: The U.S. West (Special Feature: The U.S.-Canadian Trade Agreement), by Arlon R. Tussing, 9(4)
1988, 111-118

Electricity and Gas: The U.S. East (Special Feature: The U.S.-Canadian Trade Agreement), by Henry Lee, 9(4) 1988,
119-125

Canadian Electricity (Special Feature: U.S.-Canadian Trade Agreement), by Jean-Thomas Bernard, 9(4) 1988, 127-134

The Use of NYMEX Options to Forecast Crude Oil Prices, by James A. Overdahl and H. Lee Matthews, 9(4) 1988,
135-147

Referee Acknowledgments, 9(4) 1988, 149-152

Volume 9 Index, 9(4) 1988, 153-157

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1988 SPECIAL ELECTRICITY RELIABILITY ISSUE

Guest Editor's Introduction, by Mohan Munasinghe, Chi-Keung Woo, and Hung-po Chao, (Special Electricity
Reliability Issue) 1988, i-iv

Reliability of Electricity Supply, Outage Costs and Value of Service, by Mohan Munasinghe and Arun P. Sanghvi,
(Special Electricity Reliability Issue) 1988, 1-18

The Importance of Including Uncertainties in Economic Generation of Reliability Planning, by William P. Poland
(Special Electricity Reliability Issue) 1988, 19-32

Risk and Cost of Failure in the French Electricity System, by Lucien Gouni and Phillippe Torrion, (Special Electricity
Reliability Issue) 1988, 33-38
Regulatory View of Capacity Valuation in California, by Eric Woychik, (Special Electricity Reliability Issue) 1988,
39-42

Optimal Planning, Supply Quality and Shortage Costs in Power Systems: Case of Costa Rica, by Mohan Munasinghe,
(Special Electricity Reliability Issue) 1988, 43-76

Priority Service: Market Structure and Competition, by Hung-po Chao, Schmuel S. Oren, Stephen A. Smith, and Robert
B. Wilson, (Special Electricity Reliability Issue) 1988, 77-104

Estimating Household Value of Electrical Service Reliability Market Research Data, by Andrew Goett, Daniel
McFadden and Chi-Keung Woo, (Special Electricity Reliability Issue) 1988, 105-120

Household Preference for Interruptible Rate Options and the Revealed Value of Service Reliability, by Michael Doane,
Raymond Hartman, and Chi-Keung Woo, (Special Electricity Reliability Issue) 1988, 121-134

Households' Perceived Value of Service Reliability: An Analysis of Contingent Valuation Data, by Michael Doane,
Raymond Hartman and Chi-Keung Woo, (Special Electricity Reliability Issue) 1988, 135-150

Estimating Residential Partial Outage Cost with Market Research Data, by Dennis Keane, Leslie McDonald and
Chi-Keung Woo, (Special Electricity Relaibility Issue) 1988, 151-160

Cost of Electric Power Interruptions to Commercial Firms, by Chi-Keung Woo and Kenneth Train, (Special Electricity
Reliability Issue) 1988, 161-172

Economic Costs of Electricity Shortages: Case Study of Egypt, by Mark Bernstein and Youseff Hegazy, (Special
Electricity Reliability Issue) 1988, 173-188


1988 SPECIAL SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST ASIA PRICING ISSUE

Guest Editors' Introduction [Preface] by Wesley K. Foell, Corazon M. Siddayao, Jayant Sathaye, and Helmut J. Frank
(Special Southeast Asia Pricing Issue) 1988, v-vi

Petroleum Product Pricing in the Philippines, by Armando Pestano, (Special Southeast Asia Pricing Issue) 1988, 1-14

Petroleum Product Pricing in Thailand, by Piyasvasti Amranand and Tienchai Chongpeerapien, (Special Southeast Asia
Pricing Issue) 1988, 15-44

P.R.C.'s Price Reform and the Trend in Energy Prices, by Li Zheng and Zhang Jian, (Special Southeast Asia Pricing
Issue) 1988, 45-70

Energy Pricing and Household Energy Consumption in India, by Ramesh Bhatia, (Special Southeast Asia Pricing Issue)
1988, 71-106

Asian Petroleum Pricing Policies Revisited, by Corazon M. Siddayao, (Special Southeast Asia Pricing Issue) 1988,
107-125

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VOLUME 10 1989

Vol 10, Issue 1

It's Time to Think About Energy Policy Again, by Richard Gephardt, 10(1) 1989, i-iii.

Energy and Growth: Beyond the Myths and Myopia, by R.K. Pachauri, 10(1) 1989, 1-20
Energy Economists in the 21st Century, by Pierre Desprairies, 10(1) 1989, 21-28

Energy - The Challenges and Opportunities Before the Developing Countries, by Prem Shankar Jha, 10(1) 1989, 29-34

An Analysis of the U.S. Department of Energy's Civilian R&D Budget, by Ronald J. Sutherland, 10(1) 1989, 35-54

Is American Energy Politics Ideological?, by Eric M. Uslaner, 10(1) 1989, 55-76

The Demand for Natural Gas: A Survey of Price and Income Elasticities, by Mohammed Al-Sahlawi, 10(1) 1989,
77-90

Pareto Dominance Through Self-Selecting Tariffs: The Case of TOU Electricity Rates for Agricultural Customers, by
Kenneth E. Train and Nate Toyama, 10(1) 1989, 91-110

The Incidence of Welfare Losses Due to Appliance Efficiency Standards, by Mark F. Morss, 10(1) 1989, 111-118

Long-Term Contracts for Crude Oil Imports into Costa Rica: A General Equilibrium Analysis, by Christian
Dufournaud, Carlos Ruiz Guiterrez, Lodewijz Berlage and Peter P. Rogers, 10(1) 1989, 119-126

Energy End-Use Structure in an Urban Society: The Case of Singapore, by B. W. Ang. 10(1) 1989, 127-138

Electricity Exports and Hydro-Quebec's 1986-2000 Development Plan, by Danny Belanger and Jean-Thomas Bernard,
10(1) 1989, 139-148

The Effect of Energy Aggregation on Energy Elasticities: Some Evidence from U.S. Manufacturing Data, by Sang V.
Nguyen and Stephen H. Andrews, 10(1) 1989, 149-156

Energy Savings from More Efficient Appliances: A Rejoinder, by J. Daniel Khazzoom, 10(1) 1989, 157-166

Noisy Data and Uncertain Coefficients: A Comment, by John H. Herbert, 10(1) 1989, 167-170

Noisy Data and Uncertain Coefficients: A Reply, by Soroosh Soroooshian, Lov Kher, and F. P. Sioshansi, 10(1) 1989,
171-174

The Economics of Strategic Choice: U.S. Uranium Enrichment in the World Market: A Comment by George F. Combs,
J., 10(1) 1989, 175-178

Energy Economics, Theory and Policy (Robert L. Pirog and Stephen C. Stamos, Jr.), book review by Joel Darmstadter,
10(1) 1989, 179-180

Petroleum Rent Collection Around the World (Alexander Kemp), book review by James W. McKie, 10(1) 1989, 180-
181

Forecasting Natural Gas Demand in a Changing World (Adam Rose and David Kolk), book review by William A.
Donnelly, 10(1) 1989, 182-185

Advances in The Economics of Energy and Resources (John R. Moroney, ed.), book review by William A. Donnelly,
10(1) 1989, 182-185

Responding to International Oil Crises (George Horwich and David Leo Weimer, eds.), book review by Robert
Weiner, 10(1) 1989, 186-188

Soviet Oil Exports (Margaret Chadwick, David Long, and Machiko Nissanke), book review by Robert W. Campbell,
10(1) 1989, 189-190
Vol 10, Issue 2

Principles of Petroleum - Then and Now, by Paul J. Frankel, 10(2) 1989, 1-6

OPEC's Energy Policy, by Fadhil J. Al-Chalabi, 10(2) 1989, 7-14

Mideast Governments and the Oil Price Prospect, by M.A. Adelman, 10(2) 1989, 15-24

Oil Products in Latin America; The Politics of Energy Pricing, by Thomas Sterner, 10(2) 1989, 25-46

An Econometric Analysis of Energy Financing, by John B. Geurard Jr., and Stephen G. Buell, 10(2) 1989, 47-68

The Response of Large Firms to Different Schemes of Time-of-Use Pricing When the Production Function is
Quadratic, by Asher Tishler, 10(2) 1989, 69-90

The NERC Fan in Retrospect and Lessons for the Future, by Charles R. Nelson, Stephen C. Peck, and Robert G. Uhler,
10(2) 1989, 91-108

The Timing of Oil and Gas Leasing on the Outer Continental Shelf, by Marshall Rose and Donald Rosenthal, 10(2)
1989, 109-132

Modeling Energy Demand and Socio-Economic Development of Taiwan, by Gwo-Hshiung Tzeng, 10(2) 1989,
133-152

Gasoline, Diesel and Motorfuel Demand in Taiwan, by Christopher Garbacz, 10(2) 1989, 153-164

Optimal Structure of the Nigerian Energy Supply Mix, by Anthony Adegbulugbe, Felix Dayo, and Thomas Gurtler,
10(2) 1989, 165-176

Reserves and Reserve Production Ratios in Imperfect Markets (note), by Keith C. Brown, 10(2) 1989, 177-186

Competitive Speculative Storage and the Cost of Refinery Product Supply (note), by Mark Newton Lowry, 10(2) 1989,
187-194

The Politics of Oil in Ecuador (John D. Martz) book review by Franklin Tugwell, 10(2) 1989, 195-196

Interfuel Substitution in the UK Industrial and Service Sector Steam Raising Market (Jim Skea) book review by
Richard L. Gordon, 10(2) 1989, 196-197

Debating Coal Closures: Economic Calculation in the Coal Dispute 1984-5 (David Cooper and Trevor Hopper, eds.),
book review by Richard L. Gordon, 10(2) 1989, 197-198

Natural Gas in Europe: Markets, Organization and Politics (J. Estrada, H.O. Bergesen, A. Moe, and A.K. Sydnes),
book review by Peter Odell, 10(2) 1989, 199-200

Vol 10, Issue 3

Output and Energy: An International Analysis, by John Moroney, 10(3) 1989, 1-18

End-Use R&D: Technology Development Strategy for an Integrated Market, by Clark W. Gellings and Jerome P.
Harper, 10(3) 1989, 19-34

Failure in the Oil Patch: An Examination of the Production and Oil Field Service Industries, by Harlan D. Platt and
Marjorie A. Platt, 10(3) 1989, 35-50
Deriving Electricity Demand Elasticities from a Simulation Model, by M. F. Morss and J.L. Small, 10(3) 1989, 51-76

Price Elasticities of Natural Gas Demand in France and West Germany, by Javier Estrada and Ole Fugleberg, 10(3)
1989, 77-90

Markets for Natural Gas in Developing Countries, by Christopher Hurst, 10(3) 1989, 91-107

Anticipating Air Conditioning's Impact on the World's Electricity Producers, by Clinton J. Andrews, 10(3) 1989,
107-120

Alternate Energy Sources for the Developing World's Domestic Use: A Case Study of Nigerian Households' Fuel Use
Patterns and Preferences, by Edward I. Onyebushi, 10(3) 1989, 121-138

Traditional Energy Programs and the Theory of Open Access Forest Resources, by Harry R. Clarke and Ram M.
Shrestha, 10(3) 1989, 139-156

Fuelwood Use in Urban Areas: A Case of Raipur, India, by M. Macauley, M. Naimudden, P.C. Agarwal, and J.
Dunkerley, 10(3) 1989, 157-180

On Regulation, Deregulation, and Economics (policy forum), by Sharon B. Megdal, 10(3) 1989, 181-190

The Mirage of Oil Protection (Robert L. Bradley Jr.), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 10(3) 1989, 197-199

Investment Choices in Industry (Constance E. Helfat), book review by James L. Paddock, 10(3) 1989, 199-201

Energy Pricing in India: Perspective, Issues and Options (Hiren Sarkar and Gopal K. Kadekodi), book review by Knut
Anton Mork, 10(3) 1989, 201-202

Vol 10, Issue 4

Guest Editorial: Energy Realities for the Third Millenium, by Harrison H. Schmitt, 10(4) 1989, i-iv.

A New Modeling Framework for Medium-Term Energy Economy Analysis in Europe, by Pantelis Capros, Pavlos
Karadeloglou, Gregory Mentzas, and Pierre Valette, 10(4) 1989, 1-27

Urbanization and Energy Use in Economic Development, by Donald W. Jones, 10(4) 1989, 29-43

Traditional Energy Programs with an Open Access Forest Resources: Policy Implications, by Harry R. Clarke and Ram
M. Shrestha, 10(4) 1989, 45-57

Estimating the Cost of Switching Rights on Natural Gas Pipelines, by Frank C. Graves, James A.Read, Jr., and Paul R.
Carpenter, 10(4) 1989, 59-81

Load Shifting Under Voluntary Residential Time-of-Use Rates, by Douglas W. Caves, Joseph A. Herriges, and
Kathleen A. Kuester, 10(4) 1989, 83-99

The Effect of Changes in the Percentage Depletion Allowance on Oil Firm Stock Prices, by Andrew B. Lyon, 10(4)
1989, 101-116

Competitive Bidding in Electricity Markets: A Survey, by Richard P. Rozek, 10(4) 1989, 117-138

Technological Innovation and a Changing Energy Mix - A Parametric and Flexible Approach to Modeling Ontario
Manufacturing, by Dean C. Mountain, Bill P. Stipdonk, and Cathy J. Warren, 10(4) 1989, 139-158

The Perverse Effects of a Variable Oil Import Fee (note), by David R. Henderson, 10(4) 1989, 159-170
VIF Vivit: A Reply to Henderson, by S. Fred Singer, 10(4) 1989, 171-172

VIF Mortis EST: A Rejoinder to Singer, by David R. Henderson, 10(4), 173-174

Comment on "Macroeconomic Impacts of Energy Shocks," the Energy Modeling Forum Comparison of Models, by
Harry D. Saunders, 10(4) 1989, 175-188

On Economic Policy Responses to Disruptions: A Reply to Harry Saunders, by Bert G. Hickman, Hilliard G.
Huntington, and James L. Sweeney, 10(4) 1989, 189-198

Common Carrier of Common Sense, A Selection of His Writings (Ian Skeet, ed.), book review by Richard L. Gordon,
10(4) 1989, 199-200

Privatization: An Economic Analysis (John Vickers and George Yarrow), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 10(4)
1989, 200-202.

The Age of Regulatory Reform (Dennis Swann and Kenneth Buttons, eds.), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 10(4)
1989, 200-202.

Regulation and Markets (Daniel F. Spulber), book review by Mark Isaac, 10(4) 1989, 203-204

Referee Acknowledgments, 10(4) 1989, 205-208

1988 Special Issues Index, 10(4) 1989 209-211

Volume 10 Index, 10(4) 1989, 213-219

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VOLUME 11 1990

Vol 11, Issue 1

Oil Tomorrow: Supply Conditions in the Coming Decade (IAEE presidential address), by Alirio A. Parra, 11(1) 1990,
1-6

Energy Supply in the 1990s and Beyond (luncheon address), by Subroto, Secretary General, OPEC, 11(1) 1990, 7-16

Excerpts from the Remarks of Andres Perez, President of the Republic of Venezuela, 11(1) 1990, 17-18

Solving the Energy Problems in Developing Countries (IAEE award address), by Jose Goldemberg, 11(1) 1990, 19-24

Excerpts from the Remarks by Celestino Armas, Minister of Energy and Mines of Venezuela, 11(1) 1990, 25-26

The Target Capacity-Utilization Model of OPEC and the Dynamics of the World Oil Market, by Stephen G. Powell,
11(1) 1990, 27-63

Cost Effectiveness of Future Fuel Economy Improvements, by Carmen Difiglio, K.G. Duleep, and David L. Greene,
11(1) 1990, 65-86

On the Economics of Cogeneration: Pricing and Efficiency in Government Owned Utilities, by Jae-Cheol Kim and
Byong-Hun Ahn, 11(1) 1990, 87-99

Integration of Short and Medium/Long Term Planning in the Indian Power Sector, by Kapil Thukral, S. Ramesh, and
Bindu Kaul, 11(1) 1990, 101-118
Forecasting the Demand for Electricity in Saudi Arabia, by Mohammed A. Al-Sahlawi, 11(1) 1990, 119-125

A Structural Decomposition Analysis of Changes in Energy Demand in Taiwan: 1971-1984, by Chia-Yon Chen and
Adam Rose, 11(1) 1990, 127-146

Do Volatile Oil Prices and Consumer Adjustment Costs Justify an Additional Petroleum Tax? (note), by Franz Wirl,
11(1) 1990, 147-150

Flexibility Benefits of Demand Side Programs in Electric Utility Planning (note), by Eric Hirst, 11(1) 1990, 151-165

Estimating the International GNP Energy Relation: A Further Note, by J.R. Moroney, Terry G. Seaks, and Donna P.
Vines, 11(1) 1990, 167-174


Vol 11, Issue 2

North American Natural Gas Markets: Summary of an Energy Modeling Forum Study, by Hillard G. Huntington and
Glen E. Schuler, Jr., 11(2) 1990, 1-21

Natural Gas Policy: The Unresolved Issues, by Thomas P. Lyon, 11(2) 1990, 23-49

CO2 Emission Limits: An Economic Cost Analysis for the USA, by Alan S. Manne and Richard G. Richels, 11(2) 1990,
51-74

Comments on Manne and Richels: "CO2 Emission Limits: An Economic Analysis for the USA," by William W. Hogan,
11(2) 1990, 75-85

Cost-Effective Control Strategies for Energy-Related Transboundary Air Pollution in Western Europe, by Heinz
Welsch, 11(2) 1990, 87-103

The Efficient Design of Contracts to Purchase Cogenerated Power, by Edward C. Hall and John E. Parsons, 11(2)
1990, 105-116

Impact of Nuclear Power on the Systematic Risk and Market Value of Electric Utility Common Stock, by Russell J.
Fuller, George W. Hinman, and Thomas C. Lowinger, 11(2) 1990, 117-133

Regional Impacts of Petroleum Price Regulation: The Case of Texas, 1973-1983, by Clifton T. Jones and Dale S.
Bremmer, 11(2) 1990, 135-154

Energy Efficiency and Capital Embodied Technical Change: The Case of Mexican Cement Manufacturing, by Thomas
Sterner, 11(2) 1990, 155-167

Petro Markets: Probing the Economics of Continental Energy (G. Campbell Watkins, ed), book review by John J.
Schanz, Jr., 11(2) 1990, 169-170

Generating Failure: Public Power Policy in the Northwest (David Shapiro), book review by Robert L. Bradley, Jr.,
11(2) 1990 170-172

The Market for Energy (D. Helm, J. Kay, and D. Thompson, eds.), book review by Peter R. Odell, 11(2) 1990, 172-174

Spot Pricing Electricity (Fred C. Schweppe, Michael C. Caraminis, Richard D. Tabors, and Roger E. Bohn), book
review by David S. Sibley, 11(2) 1990, 174-175

Empirical Modelling of Canadian Petroleum Exploration Activity (Catherine M. Desbarats), book review by G.
Campbell Watkins, 11(2) 1990 175-176
Vol 11, Issue 3

Structure and Organization of the Natural Gas Industry: Differences Between the United States and the Federal
Republic of Germany and Implications for the Carrier Status of Pipelines, by David J. Teece, 11(3) 1990, 1-36

Cafe or Price?: An analysis of the Effects of Federal Fuel Economy Regulations and Gasoline Price on New Car MPG,
1978-1989, by David L. Greene, 11(3) 1990, 37-58

The U.S. Demand for Highway Travel and Motor Fuel, by Dermot Gately, 11(3) 1990, 59-73

An Empirical Test of An Electric Utility Under An Allowable Rate of Return, by George, J.Y. Hsu and Tser-Yieth
Chen, 11(3) 1990, 75- 90

Analyzing Oil Production in Developing Countries: A Case Study of Egypt, by Nazli Choucri, Christopher Heye, and
Michael Lynch, 11(3) 1990, 91-116

OPEC Behavior Under Falling Prices: Implications for Cartel Stability, by Clifton T. Jones, 11(3) 1990, 117-130

Future World Oil Prices and Production Levels: A Comment, by Franz Wirl, 11(3) 1990, 131-134

Electricity Privitisation (Thomas G. Weyman-Jones), book review by James G. Hewlett, 11(3) 1990, 135-136

Vol 11, Issue 4

The 1990 Oil Shock is Like Others, by M.A. Adelman, 11(4) 1990, 1-13

Understanding the 1990 Oil Crisis, by Philip J. Verleger, Jr., 11(4) 1990, 15-33

Low Cost Strategies for Coping with CO2 Emission Limits, by Robert H. Williams, 11(4) 1990, 35-59

Comment on Williams, by Lester B. Lave, 11(4) 1990, 61-63

Comment on Williams, by Alfred M. Perry, 11(4) 1990, 65-67

The Costs of Reducing U.S. CO2 Emissions- -- Further Sensitivity Analyses, by Alan S. Manne and Richard G. Richels,
11(4) 1990, 69-78


Integrating Direct Metering and Conditional Demand Analysis for Estimating End-Use Loads, by Robert Bartels and
Denzil G. Fiebig, 11(4) 1990, 79-97

Customer Responsiveness to Real-Time Pricing of Electricity, by Jay Zarnikau, 11(4) 1990, 99-116

Energy Analysis and Policy: Selected Works (Mohan Munasinghe), book review by Andre Plourde, 11(4) 1990, 117-
119

Demand, Pricing and the Refining Industry: A Case Study of the European Oil Products Market (Robert Bacon, M.
Chadwich, J. Dargay, D. Long, and R. Mabro), book review by Timothy J. Considine, 11(4) 1990, 119-121

Energy Price Shocks and Macroeconomic Performance (Douglas R. Bohi), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 11(4)
1990, 121-122

Technology and Transformation in the American Electric Utility Industry (R.F. Hirsch), book review by William
Vogely, 11(4) 1990, 123
Energy Aftermath (Thomas H. Lee, Ben C. Ball, Jr., and Richard D. Tabors), book review by Adam Rose, 11(4) 1990,
123-125

Volume 11 Index, 11(4) 1990, 127-130

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VOLUME 12 1991

Vol 12, Issue 1, Special Issue on Global Warming

Foreword, by Leonard Waverman and Helmut Frank, 12(1) 1991, i-iv

Part I Introduction and Overview (section heading)

Introduction: Facts and Uncertainties, by Loren C. Cox, 12(1) 1991, 1-7

Formulating Greenhouse Policies in a Sea of Uncertainty, by Lester B. Lave, 12(1) 1991, 9-21

Part II Economic Analysis and Modelling Techniques (section heading)

Economic Activity and the Greenhouse Effect, by Yoshiki Ogawa, 12(1) 1991, 23-35

The Cost of Slowing Climate Change: A Survey, by William D. Nordhaus, 12(1) 1991, 37-65

Productivity Trends and the Cost of Reducing CO2 Emissions, by William W. Hogan, and Dale W. Jorgenson, 12(1)
1991, 67-85

Global CO2 Emission Reductions--The Impacts of Rising Energy Costs, by Alan S. Manne and Richard G. Richels,
12(1) 1991, 87-107

Cutting CO2 Emissions: The Effects of Alternative Policy Approaches, by John Whalley and Randall Wigle, 12(1)
1991, 109-124

Part III Regional Perspectives (section heading)

EPA's Scenarios for Future Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Global Warming, by Daniel Lashof, 12(1) 1991, 125-146

The Greenhouse Effect: A View from Europe, by David Pearce, and Edward Barbier, 12(1) 1991, 147-160

CO2 Emissions from Major Developing Countries: Better Understanding the Role of Energy in the Long Term, by
Jayant Sathaye and Andrea Ketoff, 12(1) 1991, 161-196


Vol 12, Issue 2

Editor's Introduction, by Leonard Waverman, 12(2) 1991, i

The Gulf Crisis: Oil Fundamentals, Market Perceptions and Political Realities, by Ahman Zaki Yamani, 12(2) 1991, 1-
8

Inherent Difficulties in Producer-Consumer Cooperation, by James R. Schlesinger, 12(2) 1991, 9-15

Forecasting Ultimate Oil Recovery and Its Rate of Production: Incorporating Economic Forces in the Models of M.
King Hubbert, by Cutler, J. Cleveland, and Robert Kaufmann, 12(2) 1991, 17-46
Economics of Electricity Self-Generation by Industrial Firms, by Kenneth Rose and John F. McDonald, 12(2) 1991, 47-
66

The "Most Value" Test: Economic Evaluation of Electricity and Demand-Side-Management Considering Customer
Value, by Benjamin F. Hobbs, 12(2) 1991, 67-91

Efficient International Agreements for Reducing Emissions of CO2, by Michael Hoel, 12(2) 1991, 93-107

The Cost of Switching Electricity Generation from Coal to Nuclear Fuel, by Maria R. Virdis, and Michael Rieber, 12(2)
1991, 109-134

The Cost of Australian Carbon Dioxide Abatement, by Robert E. Marks, Peter L. Swan, Peter McLennan, Richard
Schodde, Peter B. Dixon, and David T. Johnson, 12(2) 1991, 135-152

Capacity Rationing and Fixed Cost Collection (note), by Chi-Keung Woo, 12(2) 1991, 153-164

Recent Modeling Approaches in Energy Economics (Olse Bjerkholt, and Vislie Bjerkholt), book review by Charles L.
Kolstad, 12(2) 1991, 165-167


Vol 12, Issue 3

Political and Economic Changes in the USSR: Energy Implications, by Alexander A. Arbatov, 12(3) 1991, 1-5

Environmental Issues in the Future Development of the USSR Energy System, by V.M. Yudin, and O.K. Makarov,
12(3) 1991, 7-13

Market Barriers to Energy Efficiency Investments, by Ronald J. Sutherland, 12(3) 1991, 15-34

Horizontal Oil and Gas Wells: The Engineering and Economic Nexus, by John Lohrenz, 12(3) 1991, 35-53

A Risk Analysis of Oil Development in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, by Stephen G. Powell, 12(3) 1991, 55-76

Predicting the Discoveries and Finding Costs of Natural Gas: The Example of the Scotian Shelf, by M. Power, and J.D.
Fuller, 12(3) 1991, 77-93

Is the World Oil Market One Great Pool?, by Robert Weiner, 12(3) 1991, 95-107

The Value of Commodity Purchase Contracts with Limited Price Risk, by Elizabeth Olmsted Teisberg, and Thomas J.
Teisberg, 12(3) 1991, 109-135

Complementarity Substitution Relationships in the Demand for Time-of-Use Differentiated Inputs Under Time-of-Use
Pricing, by Asher Tishler, 12(3) 1991, 137-148

Petroleum Economics (Jean Masseron), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 12(3) 1991, 149-151

Fuelling Growth: The Energy Revolution and Economic Prosperity in Postwar Japan (Laura E. Hein), book review by
Richard L. Gordon, 12(3) 1991, 151-153

Electricity and the American Economy (Sam H. Schurr, et al.), book review by Lee Schipper, 12(3) 1991, 153-155


Vol. 12, Issue 4

Optimizing Tax Strategies to Reduce Greenhouse Gases without Curtailing Growth, by Roger E. Brinner, Michael G.
Shelby, Joyce M. Yanchar, and Alex Cristofaro, 12(4) 1991, 1-14
Manufacturing Energy Use in Eight OECD Countries: Trends Through 1988, by Richard B. Howarth, and Lee
Schipper, 12(4) 1991, 15-40

Testing for Barriers to Energy Conservation--An Application of a Vintage Model, by Alan Ingham, James Maw, and
Alistair Ulph, 12(4) 1991, 41-64

The Welfare Impact of Rising Block Pricing: Electricity in Columbia, by Rodney Maddock, and Elkin Castano, 12(4)
1991, 65-77

Onsite Backup Generation and Interruption Insurance for Electricity Distribution, by Joseph A. Doucet, and Shmuel S.
Oren, 12(4) 1991, 79-93

The Trade-Off Between Economic and Environmental Objectives in Japan's Power Sector, by Hisashi Amagai, and
PingSun Leung, 12(4) 1991, 95-104

The Impact of an Oil Market Disruption on the Price of Oil: A Sensitivity Analysis, by William L. Helkie, 12(4) 1991,
105-116

Testing Alternative Hypotheses of Oil Producer Behavior, by Carol Dahl, and Mine Yucel, 12(4) 1991, 117-138

Limits on the Economic Effectiveness of a Carbon Tax (note), by Robert Kaufmann, 12(4) 1991, 139-144

The Petroleum Markets: A Framework for Reliable Projections (The Petroleum Finance Company Ltd.), book review
by M.A Adelman 12(4) 1991, 145-147

"The Cost of Australian Carbon Dioxide Abatement" by Robert Marks et al. (Corrigendum), 12(4) 1991, 149-150

Volume 12 Index, 12(4) 1991, 151-154

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1991 SPECIAL ISSUE: NUCLEAR DECOMMISSIONING ECONOMICS

Preface, by Martin J. Pasqualetti and Geoffrey S. Rothwell, editors, (Special Issue: Nuclear Decommissioning) 1991,
xi-xii

Economics and Policy (section heading)

The Place of Economics in Decommissioning Policy by Martin J. Pasqualetti (Special Issue: Nuclear
Decommissioning) 1991, 3-11

Decommissioning Costs and British Nuclear Policy by Gordon MacKerron (Special Issue: Nuclear Decommissioning)
1991, 13-28

Utilities and Decommissioning Costs: The Meeting of Technology and Society by Kenneth P. Ballard, M. Carl Everett
and Willard C. Everett (Special Issue: Nuclear Decommissioning) 1991, 29-44

Regulatory Responsibilities in the U.S. (section heading)

Federal Regulation of Decommissioning Economics by Robert Wood (Special Issue: Nuclear Decommissioning) 1991,
45-54

State Regulation of Decommissioning Economics by Peter M. Strauss and James Kelsey (Special Issue: Nuclear
Decommissioning) 1991, 55-72
Divided Authority: Federal vs. State Policy Roles in Decommissioning Economics by Scott M. DuBoff and Daniel F.
Stenger (Special Issue: Nuclear Decommissioning) 1991, 73-86

Learning from Experience (section heading)

The Cost of Decommissioning U.S. Reactors: Estimates and Experience by Gene R. Heinze Fry (Special Issue: Nuclear
Decommissioning) 1991, 87-104

Applying Construction Lessons to Decommissioning Estimates by Robin Cantor (Special Issue: Nuclear
Decommissioning) 1991, 105-118

Greenfield Decommissioning at Shippingport: Cost Management and Experience by William Murphie (Special Issue:
Nuclear Decommissioning) 1991, 119-134

Alternative Approaches to Decommissioning Estimates (section heading)

Estimating the Costs for Japan's JPDR Project by Satoshi Yanagihara and Mitsugu Tanaka (Special Issue: Nuclear
Decommissioning) 1991, 135-148

Generic Approaches to Estimating U.S. Decommissioning Costs by Richard I. Smith (Special Issue: Nuclear
Decommissioning) 1991, 149-156

A Private Contractor's Approach to Decommissioning Costs by Thomas LaGuardia (Special Issue: Nuclear
Decommissioning) 1991, 157-172

Decommissioning Plans and Costing in Germany by Ulrich Loschhorn and Herbert Hollmann (Special Issue: Nuclear
Decommissioning) 1991, 173-180

Strategy, Planning and Costing for Decommissioning in Canada by Nihal Jayawardene and Peter D. Stevens-Guille
(Special Issue: Nuclear Decommissioning) 1991, 181-190

Trust Fund Management and Investment (section heading)

Managing Qualified Nuclear Decommissioning Trust Funds Under Uncertainty by Howard Hiller (Special Issue:
Nuclear Decommissioning) 1991, 191-204

Historical Lessons for Nuclear Decommissioning Trust Fund Investment by M. Didi Weinblatt, Salvatore D'Elia and
Theresa A. Havell (Special Issue: Nuclear Decommissioning) 1991, 205-216

Investment Strategies for Externalized Nuclear Decommissioning Trusts by Thomas R. Tuschen (Special Issue: Nuclear
Decommissioning) 1991, 217-232

Remaining Uncertainties (section heading)

Confronting Uncertainty: Contingency Planning for Decommissioning Trusts by Bruce Biewald and Stephen Bernow
(Special Issue: Nuclear Decommissioning) 1991, 233-246

Decommissioning and Nuclear Waste Policy: Comprehensive or Separable? by Duane Chapman (Special Issue:
Nuclear Decommissioning) 1991, 247-254

A Cost/Benefit Perspective of Extended Unit Service as a Decommissioning Alternative by James G. Hewlett (Special
Issue: Nuclear Decommissioning) 1991, 255-272

The Projected Influence of Extended Unit Service, by M.E. Lapides (Special Issue: Nuclear Decommissioning) 1991,
273-278
Financial Implications of Early Decommissioning by James G. Hewlett (Special Issue: Nuclear Decommissioning)
1991, 279-294

Applying the Experience (section heading)

The Expanding Decommissioning Focus: A Comparison of Coal and Nuclear Costs by Daniel H. Williams (Special
Issue: Nuclear Decommissioning) 1991, 295-304

The Optimal Time to Decommission Commercial Nuclear Reactors by Geoffrey S. Rothwell (Special Issue: Nuclear
Decommissioning) 1991, 305-314

Afterword: The Beginnings of Public Interest, anonymous, (Special Issue: Nuclear Decommissioning) 1991, 315

Editorial Advisory Committee and List of Contributors (Special Issue: Nuclear Decommissioning) 1991, 317-324

Index (Special Issue: Nuclear Decommissioning) 1991, 325-331

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VOLUME 13 1992

Vol 13, Issue 1

The Hotelling Principle: Autoban or Cul de Sac? (IAEE Presidential address), by G. Campbell Watkins, 13(1) 1992, 1-
24

Comparing the Effects of Greenhouse Gas Emissions on Global Warming, by Richard S. Eckaus, 13(1) 1992, 25-35

Climate Control Efficiency, by G.D. Ferrier and J.G. Hirschberg, 13(1) 1992, 37-54

CETA: A Model for Carbon Emissions Trajectory Assessment, by Stephen Peck and Thomas J. Teisberg, 13(1) 1992,
55-77

What Use the IEA Emergency Stockpiles?: A Price Based Model of Oil Stock Management, by Bright E. Okogu, 13(1)
1992, 79-96


Rent Taxes on Norwegian Hydropower Generation, by Eirik S. Amundsen, Christian Anderson, and Jan Gaute
Sannarnes, 13(1) 1992, 97-116

Vehicle Use and Fuel Economy: How Big is the Rebount Effect?, by David L. Greene, 13(1) 1992, 117-143

Energy and Economic Interaction in Thailand, by John C. Sheerin, 13(1) 1992, 145-156

Is the World Oil Market `One Great Pool?' -- Comment, by M.A. Adelman, 13(1) 1992, 157-158

Crisis Amid Plenty: The Politics of Soviet Energy under Brezhnev and Gorbachev (Than Gustafson), book review by
Arthur W. Wright, 13(1) 1992, 159-160

American Hegemony and World Oil (Simon Bromley), book review by Melvin A. Conant, 13(1) 1992, 161-162

Fundamentals of Petroleum Trading (Hossein Razavi and Fereidun Fesharaki), book review by David H. Knapp, 13(1)
1992, 162-163
Vol 13, Issue 2

OPEC and the Price of Oil, by Robert Mabro, 13(2) 1992, 1-17

Project Evaluation: A Practical Asset Pricing Method, by Henry Jacoby and David G. Laughton, 13(2) 1992, 19-47

Should Carbon Taxes by Additional to Other Transport Fuel Taxes?, by David M. Newbery, 13(2) 1992, 49-60

A Short-Run Model of Petroleum Production Supply, by Timothy Considine, 13(2) 1992, 61-91

Risk Premiums and Efficiency in the Market for Crude Oil Futures, by Richard Deaves and Itzhak Krinsky, 13(2) 1992,
93-117

Unit Root Behavior in Energy Futures Prices, by Apostolos Serletis, 13(2) 1992, 119-128

Woodfuel Use and Sustainable Development in Haiti, by Richard H. Hosier and Mark A. Bernstein, 13(2) 1992, 129-
156


Vol 13, Issue 3, Special Issue on European Energy Markets

Editor's Preface, by Leonard Waverman, Landis Gabel, Jean Masseron and Alexander Kemp, 13(3) 1992, v

Foreword "European Energy: A Promise of Liberalization?", by Richard L. Gordon and Dieter Schmitt, 13(3) 1992, vi-
x

Part I Hydrocarbons (section heading)

Impacts of the Gulf War and Changes in Eastern Europe, by Jean Masseron, 13(3) 1992, 1-16

Development Risks and Petroleum Fiscal Systems: A Comparative Study of the UK, Norway, Denmark and the
Netherlands, by Alexander G. Kemp, 13(3) 1992, 17-39

Prospects for Natural Gas in Western Europe, by Peter Odell, 13(3) 1992, 41-59

Part II Electricity and Coal (section heading)

Common Carriage and the Pricing of Electricity Transmission, by Chris Doyle and Maria Maher, 13(3) 1992, 63-94


Developing Futures Markets for Electricity in Europe, by Eirik S. Amundsen and Balbir Singh, 13(3) 1992, 95-112

The Power Equipment Industry in Transition, by Augusto Ninni, 13(3) 1992, 113-140

The German Coal Markets after 1992, by Ullrich Heilemann and Bernhard Hillebrand, 13(3) 1992, 141-156

Part III Environment (section heading)

Analysis of Unilateral CO2 Control in the European Community and OECD, by John Pezzey, 13(3) 1992, 159-171

Input-Output Analysis and Pollutant Emissions in France, by J.M. Breiul, 13(3) 1992, 173-184

Trade Liberalization, Transportation, and the Environment, by Landis Gabel and Hendrik Roller, 13(3) 1992, 185-206

Energy Policy in the European Community: Conflicts Between the Objectives of the Unified Single Market, Supply
Security and a Clean Environment, by John Surrey, 13(4) 1992, 207-231
Part IV Central and Eastern Europe (section heading)

Energy Issues in Central and Eastern Europe: Considerations for International Financial Institutions, by Joerg-Uwe
Richter, 13(3) 1992, 235-280

Lubbers Plan: Soviet Energy as a Standpoint for Improving Economic Reforms in the USSR, by Andrei Konoplyanik,
13(3) 1992, 281-294

Energy Demand: Evidence and Expectations (David Hawdon, ed.), book review by Carol Dahl, 13(3) 1992, 295-296.

Optimal Regulation: The Economic Theory of Natural Monopoly (Kenneth E. Train), book review by Ali M. Reza,
13(3) 1992, 297-299.


Vol 13, Issue 4

Energy Intervention After Desert Storm: Some Unfinished Tasks, by Richard L. Gordon, 13(4) 1992, 1-15

Cuba's Transition to Market-Based Energy Prices, by Jorge F. Perez-Lopez, 13(4) 1992, 17-40

What Does a Negawatt Really Cost?: Evidence from Utility Conservation Programs, by Paul L. Joskow and Donald B.
Marron, 13(4) 1992, 41-74

Price and Cost Impacts of Utility DSM Programs, by Eric Hirst, 13(4) 1992, 75-90

Fiscalité Petroliere et Risque, by Victor Rodriguez-Padilla, 13(4) 1992, 91-113

Multiple Energy Supply Risks, Optimal Reserves, and Optimal Domestic Production Capacities, by Peter Zweifel and
Matteo Ferrari, 13(4) 1992, 115-129

Special Feature: Issues in Energy Demand (section heading)

The Khazzoom-Brookes Postulate and Neoclassical Growth, by Harry D. Saunders, 13(4) 1992, 130-147

Energy Demand with the Flexible Double-Logarithmic Functional Form, by Gehuang David Nan, and Donald A.
Murry, 13(4) 1992, 149-159

Application of the Divisia Index to the Decomposition of Changes in Industrial Energy Consumption, by X.Q. Liu,
B.W. Ang, and H.L. Ong, 13(4) 1992, 161-177

Imperfect Price-Reversibility of U.S. Gasoline Demand: Asymmetric Responses to Price Increases and Declines, by
Dermot Gately, 13(4) 1992, 179-207

Estimating Disaggregated Price Elasticities in Industrial Energy Demand, by Mahmoud A.T. Elkhafif, 13(4) 1992, 209-
217

Models of the Oil Market, Vol. 44 of the Series Fundamentals of Pure and Applied Economics edited by C. Henry,
(Jacques Cremer and Djavad Saleihi-Isfahani), book review by Clifton C. Jones, 13(4) 1992, 219-220

Energy Policies and the Greenhouse Effect, Volume One: Policy Appraisal (Michael Grubb), and Volume Two:
Country Studies and Technical Options (Michael Grubb, P. Brackley, A. Mathur. S. Rayner, J Russell, and A. Tanabe),
book review by Hillard G. Huntington, 13(4) 1992, 220-224

Referee Acknowledgments, 13(4) 1992, 225-227
Volume 13 Index, 13(4) 1992, 229-232

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VOLUME 14 1993

Vol 14, Issue 1, David Wood Memorial Issue

Editor's Preface, by Leonard Waverman, 14(1) 1993, vii

Modelling World Oil Supply, by Morris A. Adelman, 14(1) 1993, 1-32

Measuring the Energy Efficiency and Productivity Gains of Embodied Technical Change, by Ernst Berndt, Charles
Kolstad and Jong-Kun Lee, 14(1) 1993, 33-56

Growth and Welfare Losses from Carbon Emissions Restrictions: A General Equilibrium Analysis of Egypt, by Charles
Blitzer, Richard Eckaus, Supriya Lahiri, and Alexander Meeraus, 14(1) 1993, 57-82

An Analysis of the Macro-Economic Costs of Various CO2 Emission Control Policies in Japan, by Noriyuki Goto and
Takamitsu Sawa, 14(1) 1993, 83-110

Methodological Advances in Energy Modelling: 1970-1990, by James Griffin, 14(1) 1993, 111-124

OECD Oil Demand Dynamics: Trends and Asymmetries, by William Hogan, 14(1) 1993, 125-158

The Economic Impact of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, by Dale Jorgenson and Peter Wilcoxen, 14(1) 1993,
159-182

Statistical Issues in the Assessment of Undiscovered Oil and Gas Resources, by Gordon Kaufman, 14(1) 1993, 183-216

Energy and Capital: Further Explorations of E-K Interactions and Economic Performance, by Catherine Morrison,
14(1) 1993, 217-244

Comparing Greenhouse Gases for Policy Purposes, by Richard Schmalensee, 14(1) 1993, 245-256

Adjustment Costs and Returns to Scale: Some Theoretical and Empirical Aspects, by G. Campbell Watkins, 14(1)
1993, 257-280


Publications by David O. Wood (list of article titles), 14(1) 1993, 281-284


Vol.14, Issue 2

Petroleum Property Valuation: A Binomial Lattice Implementation of Option Pricing Theory, by Eric Pickles and
James Smith, 14(2) 1993, 1-26

Structure and Intensity of Energy Use: Trends in Five OECD Nations, by Richard Howarth, Lee Schipper and Bo
Andersson, 14(2) 1993, 27-45

Impact of Energy Prices on Technology Choice in the U.S. Steel Industry, by Gale Boyd and Steven Karlson, 14(2)
1993, 47-56

A Micro-Economic Analysis of Industrial Demand for Energy in New South Wales, by Alan Woodland, 14(2) 1993,
57-89
Global CO2 Agreements: A Cost Effective Approach, by Snorre Kverndokk, 14(2) 1993, 91-112

Oil Shocks and the Demand for Electricity, by Edward Kokkelenberg and Timothy Mount, 14(2) 1993, 113-139

How Big is the Electricity Conservation Potential in Industry?, by Mark Jaccard, John Nyboer and Alan Fogwill, 14(2)
1993, 139-156

A Stochastic Model for the Measurement of Electricity Outage Costs, by Abraham Grosfeld-Nir and Asher Tishler,
14(2) 1993, 157-174

Priority Pricing of Interruptible Electric Service with an Early Notification Option, by Todd Strauss and Shmuel Oren,
14(2) 1993, 175-196

Dynamic International Oil Markets: Oil Market Developments and Structure 1860-1990 (Coby van der Linde, ed.),
book review by Helmut Frank, 14(2) 1993, 197-198

Energy Efficiency and Human Activity: Past Trends, Future Prospects (Lee Schipper, Stephen Meyers, R. Howarth,
and R. Steiner, eds.), book review by Joel Darmstadter, 14(2) 1993, 199-200


Vol 14, Issue 3, Special Issue
North American Energy Markets After Free Trade

Preface, by G. Campbell Watkins and Leonard Waverman, eds., 14(3) 1993, v-vii

The Impact of Natural Gas Imports on Air Pollutant Emissions in Mexico, by Alberto Bustani, 14(3) 1993, 1-16

The Economics of Natural Gas in Mexico--Revisited, by Michelle M. Foss, Francisco Garcia Hernandez, and William
Johnson, 14(3) 1993, 17-50

Natural Gas Trade in North America: Building up to the NAFTA, by André Plourde, 14(3) 1993, 51-74

The North American Free Trade Agreement: Implications for the Parties and World Oil Markets, by Philip K. Verleger,
14(3) 1993, 75-100

Oil Industry Development and Trade Liberalization in the Western Hemisphere, by Stephen Randall, 14(3) 1993, 101-
118


How Might North American Oil and Gas Markets Have Performed with a Free Trade Agreement in 1970?, by
Campbell Watkins and Leonard Waverman, 14(3) 1993, 119-152

North American Free Trade: Another Challenge to Coal, by Richard Gordon, 14(3) 1993, 153-170

Markets in Real Electric Networks Require Reactive Prices, by William Hogan, 14(3) 1993, 171-200

The Mexican Petrochemicals Sector in the NAFTA Negotiations, by Georgina Kessel and Chong-Sup Kim, 14(3)
1993, 201-216

The Effects of NAFTA on the Environment, by Robert Kaufmann, Peter Pauly and Julie Sweitzer, 14(3) 1993, 217-240

Mexico's Economic Reform: Energy and the Constitution, by Luis Rubio, 14(3) 1993, 241-248

World Energy Production 1800-1985 (Bouda Etemad and Jean Luciani), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 14(3)
1993, 249-250
Buying Greenhouse Insurance: The Economics Costs of Carbon Dioxide Emission Limits (Alan S. Manne and Richard
G. Richels), book review by Adam Rose, 14(3) 1993, 251-252


Vol 14, Issue 4

Pipeline Access and Market Integration in the Natural Gas Industry: Evidence from Cointegration Tests, by Arthur De
Vany and David W. Walls, 14(4) 1993, 1-20

Energy Consumption and Economic Activity in China, by Chuanlong Tang and Sumner J. La Croix, 14(4) 1993, 21-36

Price, Environmental Regulation, and Fuel Demand: Estimates for Japanese Manufacturing Industries, by Isamu
Matsukawa, Fujii Yoshifumi and Madono Seishi, 14(4) 1993, 37-56

Deregulation and Common Carriage in the Nordic Power System, by Kjetil Bjorvatn and Sigve Tjøtta, 14(4) 1993, 57-
74

Global Warming and Urban Smog: The Cost-Effectiveness of CAFE Standards and Alternative Fuels, by Margaret A.
Walls, Alan Krupnick and Carol Collins, 14(4) 1993, 75-98

Another Look at U.S. Passenger Vehicle Use and the `Rebound' Effect from Improved Fuel Efficiency, by Clifton T.
Jones, 14(4) 1993, 99-110

Short Run Income Elasticity of Demand for Residential Electricity Using Consumer Expenditure Survey Data, by
Raphael E. Branch, 14(4) 1993, 111-122

Appliance Standards and the Welfare of Poor Families, by Steven Stoft, 14(4) 1993, 123-128

Special Feature: Asymmetric Price Responses (section heading)

Are There Useful Lessons from the 1990-91 Oil Price Shock?, by John Tatom, 14(4) 1993, 129-150

Oil Prices and Economic Activity: Is the Relationship Symmetric?, by Javier F. Mory, 14(4) 1993, 151-162

The Imperfect Price-Reversibility of World Oil Demand, by Dermot Gately, 14(4) 1993, 163-182

Irreversible Price-Induced Efficiency Improvements: Theory and Empirical Application to Road Transportation, by I.O.
Walker and Franz Wirl, 14(4) 1993, 183-205

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VOLUME 15 1994

Vol 15, Issue 1

Energy, Exhaustion, Environmentalism, and Etatism, by Richard L. Gordon, 15(1) 1994, 1-16

OPEC and the Price of Oil in 1993, by Francisco R. Parra, 15(1) 1994, 17-30

The Costs of Stabilizing Global CO2 Emissions: A Probabilistic Model Based on Expert Judgments, by Alan S. Manne
and Richard G. Richels, 15(1) 1994, 31-56

International Trade in Oil, Gas and Carbon Emission Rights: An Intertemporal General Equilibrium Model, by Alan S.
Manne and Thomas F. Rutherford, 15(1) 1994, 57-76
A Climate Treaty and the Norwegian Economy: A CGE Assessment, by Haakon Vennemo and Anne Brendemoen,
15(1) 1994, 77-93

Three Biases in Cost-Efficiency Tests of Utility Energy Efficiency Programs, by Steven Braithwait and Douglas Caves,
15(1) 1994, 95-120

On the Use of `Adders' by Public Utility Commissions, by John Tschirhart, 15(1) 1994, 121-128

Weighting Nonrandom Samples in Voluntary Energy Conservation Program Evaluation, by Michael Ozog and Donald
Waldman, 15(1) 1994, 129-141

Gasoline Demand in Developing Asian Countries, by Robert McRae, 15(1) 1994, 143-155

Power Balance and Equilibrium Channel Structure in the Korean Gasoline Market, by Byong-Hun Ahn and Heon Jung,
15(1) 1994, 157-178

Coordination of Non-utility Generation through Priority Purchase Contracts, by Joseph A. Doucet, 15(1) 1994, 179-191

Referee Acknowledgments, 15(1) 1994, 193-195

Volume 14 Index, 15(1) 1994, 197-201

Vol 15, Issue 2

Oil Price Forecasting in the 1980s: What Went Wrong?, by Hillard G. Huntington, 15(2) 1994, 1-22

Environmentally Responsible Energy Pricing, by Kip Viscusi, Wesley Magat, Alan Carlin and Mark Dreyfus, 15(2)
1994, 23-42

Energy Efficiency Investments and Public Policy, by Adam Jaffe and Robert Stavins, 15(2) 1994, 43-66

Estimating Consumer Energy Demand Using International Data: Theoretical and Policy Implications, by Dale
Rothman, Jong Ho Hong, and Timothy Mount, 15(2) 1994, 67-88

Residential Energy Demand and the Taxation of Housing, by William M. Gentry, 15(2) 1994, 89-105

Measuring Economic Markets for Imported Crude Oil, by Douglas Sauer, 15(2) 1994, 107-124

Business Cycles and the Behavior of Energy Prices, by Apostolos Serletis and Vaughn Hulleman, 15(2) 1994, 125-134

Tax Reform and Energy in the Philippines Economy: A General Equilibrium Computation, by Roy Boyd, Khosrow
Doroodian and Prapassorn Udomvaech, 15(2) 1994, 135-156

Special Feature: Greenhouse Gas Emissions (section heading)

The Social Costs of Greenhouse Gas Emissions: An Expected Value Approach, by Samuel Fankhauser, 15(2) 1994,
157-184

Emission Trading with Shares and Coupons: A Laboratory Experiment, by Andrew Muller and Stuart Mestelman, 15(2)
1994, 185-212

Tradable Cumulative CO2 Permits and Global Warming Control, by Richard Kosobud, Thom Daly, David South, and
Kevin Quinn, 15(2) 1994, 213-232

Adjusting to Volatile Energy Prices (Philip K. Verleger, Jr.), book review by Michael C. Lynch, 15(2) 1994, 233-234
Handbook of Natural Resources and Energy Economics (Allen V. Kneese and James L. Sweeney, eds), book review by
Carol Dahl, 15(2) 1994, 235-237

Economics of Petroleum Supply: Papers by M.A. Adelman 1962-1993 (M.A. Adelman), book review by Richard L.
Gordon, 15(2) 1994, 238-239


Vol 15, Issue 3

The Hotelling Principle and In-Ground Values of Oil Reserves: Why the Principle Over-Predicts Actual Values, by
Stephen L. McDonald, 15(3) 1994, 1-18

The Impact of Sulfur Limits on Fuel Demand and Electricity Prices in Britain, by David M. Newbery, 15(3) 1994, 19-
42

Emission Costs, Consumer Bypass and Efficient Pricing of Electricity, by C.K. Woo, B. Hobbs, R. Oran, R. Pupp and
B. Horii, 15(3) 1994, 43-54

Incentive Effects of Environmental Adders in Electric Power Auctions, by James B. Bushnell and Shmuel S. Oren,
15(3) 1994, 55-74

Emerging Environmental Markets: Improving the Competitiveness of Natural Gas, by Janie M. Chermak, 15(3) 1994,
75-92

Integrated Resource Planning with Environmental Costs in Developing Countries, by Chitru Fernando, P. Kliendorfer
and M. Munasinghe, 15(3) 1994, 93-122

Import Policy Effects on the Optimal Oil Price, by Steven M. Suranovic, 15(3) 1994, 123-144

Who Pays Broad-Based Energy Taxes? Computing Lifetime and Regional Incidence, by Nicholas Bull, K. Hassett and
G. Metcalf, 15(3) 1994, 145-164

Structural Changes and Energy Consumption in the Japanese Economy 1975-85: An Input-Output Analysis, by Xiaoli
Han and T.K. Lakshmanan, 15(3) 1994, 165-188

Political Economy of Brazilian Oil (Laura Randall), book review by Coby van der Linde, 15(3) 1994, 189-191

OPEC and the Market: A Study of Oil Price Rigidity, Determination and Differentials (Al Faris, Abdul-Razak Faris),
book review by A. Enis Kocagil, 15(3) 1994, 192-194


Vol 15, Issue 4

Toward an Optimal Oil and Gas Leasing System, by Walter J. Mead, 15(4) 1994, 1-18

Macroeconomic Responses to Oil Price Increases and Decreases in Seven OECD Countries, by Knut Anton Mork,
Øystein Olsen and Hans Mysen, 15(4) 1994, 19-36

Price Convergence Across Natural Gas Field and City Markets, by W. David Walls, 15(4) 1994, 37-48

Fuel Efficiency and Automobile Safety: Single-Vehicle Highway Fatalities for Passenger Cars, by Daniel Khazzoom,
15(4) 1994, 49-102

Income Distribution Effects of Electric Utility DSM Programs, by Ronald J. Sutherland, 15(4) 1994, 103-118

Cost-Effective Climate Control in a Small Country, by Catherine Hagem, 15(4) 1994, 119-140
Incomplete International Climate Agreements: Optimal Carbon Taxes, Market Failures and Welfare Effects, 15(4)
1994, 141-166

Rethinking Contracts for Purchasing Power: The Economic Advantages of Dispatchability, by Gary Dorris and
Timothy Mount, 15(4) 1994, 167-190

Reactive Power is a Cheap Constraint, by Edward Kahn and Ross Baldick, 15(4) 1994, 191-202

A Dynamic Model of Industrial Energy Demand in Kenya, by Semboja Haji Hatibu Haji, 15(4) 1994, 203-224

Energy and Economic Reform in the Former Soviet Union (Leslie Dienes, Istvan Dobozi and Marian Radetzki), book
review by Michael C. Lynch, 15(4) 1994, 225-226

Regulatory Power: The Economics of Electricity in the Information Age (Carl Pechman), book review by Kenneth W.
Costello, 15(4) 1994, 226-229

The European Carbon Tax: An Economic Assessment (C. Carraro and D. Siniscalco), book review by Jeffrey K. Lazo,
15(4) 1994, 229-231

Environmental Economics and the Mining Industry (Wade E. Martin), book review by Jeffrey K. Lazo, 15(4) 1994,
231-232

Electric Utility Mergers Principles of Antitrust Analysis (Mark W. Frankena and Bruce M. Owen), book review by
Frank A. Felder, 15(4) 1994, 233-234

Referee Acknowledgments, 15(4) 1994, 235-239

Volume 15 Index, 15(4) 1994, 240-244

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1994 SPECIAL ISSUE: THE CHANGING WORLD PETROLEUM MARKET

Preface, by G. Campbell Watkins (Special Issue: The Changing World Petroleum Market) 1994, vii-ix

Part 1 Introduction and Overview (section heading)


Editor's Introduction, by Helmut J. Frank, (Special Issue: The Changing World Petroleum Market) 1994, 1-2

World Oil Market: Past and Future by M.A. Adelman (Special Issue: The Changing World Petroleum Market) 1994, 3-
11

Part II Demand (section heading)

Business Cycles and the Oil Market by Knut Anton Mork (Special Issue: The Changing World Petroleum Market),
1994, 15-38

Oil Demand in the Industrialized Countries by Joyce Dargay and Dermot Gately (Special Issue: The Changing World
Petroleum Market) 1994, 39-67

Oil Demand in Developing Countries: Lessons from the 1980s Applied to the 1990s by Carol Dahl and Meftun
Erdogan (Special Issue: The Changing World Petroleum Market) 1994, 69-85

Part III Supply (section heading)
World Oil Resources, Reserves and Production by Peter Odell (Special Issue: The Changing World Petroleum Market)
1994, 89-114

OPEC Production: The Missing Link by James M. Griffin and Lawrence M. Vielhaber (Special Issue: The Changing
World Petroleum Market) 1994, 115-132

Unravelling a Riddle: The Outlook for Russian Oil by Campbell Watkins (Special Issue: The Changing World
Petroleum Market) 1994, 133-156

Oil Production Outside OPEC and the Former Soviet Union: Model Applied to the US and UK by John V. Mitchell
(Special Issue: The Changing World Petroleum Market) 1994, 157-176

Part IV Refining (section heading)

The Refining Industry in the North Atlantic by Keith Hamm (Special Issue: The Changing World Petroleum Market)
1994, 179-191

The Refining in the Far East: Its Potential and Constraints by Hoesung Lee and Dennis Eklof (Special Issue: The
Changing World Petroleum Market) 1994, 193-216

Part V Natural Gas (section heading)

The World Demand for Natural Gas: History and Prospects by Marian Radetzki (Special Issue: The Changing World
Petroleum Market) 1994, 219-236

Gas Supplies for the World Market by James T. Jensen (Special Issue: The Changing World Petroleum Market) 1994,
237-250

Part VI Industry Structure (section heading)

Oil Industry Structure and Evolving Markets by Joe C. Roeber (Special Issue: The Changing World Petroleum Market)
1994, 253-276

Part VII Financial Requirements (section heading)

The Role of Futures and Other Energy-Linked Financial Instruments by Matt Rogers and John Elting Treat (Special
Issue: The Changing World Petroleum Market) 1994, 279-288

Part VIII Policy Issues (section heading)

International Petroleum Taxation in the 1990s by Alexander G. Kemp (Special Issue: The Changing World Petroleum
Market) 1994, 291-309

LDC Cooperation in World Oil Conservation Policies by Stephen Brown and Hillard G. Huntington (Special Issue: The
Changing World Petroleum Market) 1994, 310-328

Oil Imports and National Security: Is There Still a Link? by John H. Lichtblau (Special Issue: The Changing World
Petroleum Market) 1994, 329-346

Part IX Conclusions (section heading)

What Does It All Mean?, by Edward W. Erickson (Special Issue: The Changing World Petroleum Market) 1994, 349-
356

About the Authors, (Special Issue: The Changing World Petroleum Market) 1994, 357-362
Abbreviations and Conversion Factors , (Special Issue: The Changing World Petroleum Market) 1994, 363-365

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VOLUME 16 1995

Vol 16, Issue 1

Social Costing of Electricity in Maryland: Effects on Pollution, Investment and Prices, by Karen Palmer, Hadi
Dowlatabadi, and Stuart Segal, 16(1) 1995, 1-26

Swiss Residential Demand for Electricity by Time of Use: An Application of the Almost Ideal Demand System, by
Massimo Filippini, 16(1) 1995, 27-40

Cold Hands, Warm Hearth?: Climate, Net Takeback, and Household Comfort, by Peter M. Schwarz and Thomas N.
Taylor, 16(1) 1995, 41-54

Rebates, Loans, and Customers' Choice of Appliance Efficiency Level: Combining Stated- and Revealed-Preference
Data, by Kenneth Train and Terry Atherton, 16(1) 1995, 55-70

An Econometric Analysis of the Market for Natural Gas Futures, by W. David Walls, 16(1) 1995, 71-84

Effects of Liberalizing the Natural Gas Markets in Western Europe, by Rolf Golombek, E. Gjelsvik, and K. Rosendahl,
16(1) 1995, 85-112

Technological Advancement and the Recovery of Natural Gas: The Value of Information, by Janie M. Chermak and
Robert H. Patrick, 16(1) 1995, 113-135

Vol 16, Issue 2

On the Renewal of Concern for the Security of Oil Supply, by Chantale LaCasse and Andre Plourde, 16(2) 1995, 1-24

On the Cost of Lost Production from Russian Oil Fields, by James L. Smith, 16(2) 1995, 25-58

Effects of an Increasing Role for Independents on Petroleum Resource Development in the Gulf of Mexico OCS
Region, by Omowumi O. Iledare, Allan G. Pulsipher and Robert H. Baumann, 16(2) 1995, 59-76


Effects of Global Warming on Energy Use for Space Heating and Cooling in the United States, by Donald H.
Rosenthal, Howard Gruenspecht, and Emily A. Moran, 16(2) 1995, 77-96

Markets Structure and the Price of Electricity: An Ex Ante Analysis of Deregulated Swedish Markets, by Bo Andersson
and Lars Bergman, 16(2) 1995, 97-110

Marginal Capacity Costs of Electricity Distribution and Demand for Distributed Generation, by Chi-Keung Woo, Debra
Lloyd-Zannetti, Ren Orans, Brian Horri, and Grayson Heffner, 16(2) 1995, 111-130

Fueling One Billion: An Insider's Story of Chinese Energy Policy Development (Yingzhong Lu), book review by Joy
Dunkerley, 16(2) 1995, 131-132

Managing the Global Commons: The Economics of Climate Change (William Nordhaus), book review by Marian
Radetzki, 16(2) 1995, 132-234

Energy in Latin America: Production, Consumption and Future Growth (Kang Wu), book review by David Edelman,
16(2) 1995, 135-136
Regulating Regional Power Systems (Clinton Andrews, ed.), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 16(2) 1995, 136-137

Prisoners of Myth: Leadership of the Tennessee Valley Authority 1933-1990 (Erwin C. Hargrove), book review by
Richard L. Gordon, 16(2) 1995, 138-139


Vol 16, Issue 3

Strategies for OPEC's Pricing and Output Decisions, by Dermot Gately, 16(3) 1995, 1-38

Power Markets and Market Power, by David M. Newbery, 16(3) 1995, 39-66

Regrets or No Regrets--That is the Question: Is Conservation a Costless CO2 Mitigation Strategy?, by Adam Rose and
Shih-Mo Lin, 16(3) 1995, 67-88

Forecasting the Market for Electric Vehicles in California Using Conjoint Analysis, by Robin Segal, 16(3) 1995, 89-
112

Regional Limitations on the Hedging Effectiveness of Natural Gas Futures, by Emile J. Brinkmann and Ramon
Rabinovitch, 16(3) 1995, 113-124

Understanding the Oil Industry: Economics as a Help or a Hindrance, by Paul Stevens, 16(3) 1995, 125-140

The Extra Mile: Rethinking Energy Policy for Automotive Transport (Pietro S. Nivola and Robert W. Crandall), book
review by Ronald J. Planting, 16(3) 1995, 141-142

Competition in the Electricity Supply Industry: Experience from Europe and the United States (Ole Jess Olsen, ed.),
book review by Lori M. Megdal, 16(3) 1995, 143-144

Vol 16, Issue 4

From the Editor, (announcement) by Leonard Waverman, 16(4) 1995, v

The Greenhouse Debate: Economic Efficiency, Burden Sharing and Hedging Strategies, by Alan Manne and Richard
Richels, 16(4) 1995, 1-38

Oil Shocks and the Macroeconomy: The Role of Price Variability, by Kiseok Lee, Shawn Ni, and Ronald Ratti, 16(4)
1995, 39-56

Performance-Based Pricing for Nuclear Power Plants, by Yeon-Koo Che and Geoffrey Rothwell, 16(4) 1995, 57-78

Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction: A Case Study of Sri Lanka, by Peter Meier and Mohan Munasinghe, 16(4) 1995,
79-108

The Economics of Conserved-Energy `Supply' Curves, by Steven Stoft, 16(4) 1995, 109-140

Polish Coal and European Energy Market Integration (Marian Radetzki), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 16(4)
1995, 141-142

Referee Acknowledgments, 16(4) 1995, 143-147

Table of Contents Volume 16, 16(4) 1995, 148-149

Volume 16 Index, 16(4) 1995, 150-153
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VOLUME 17 1996

Vol 17, Issue 1

Prize awarded for Outstanding Paper in The Energy Journal (1994 award announcement), 17(1) 1996, v

Decomposition of SO2, NOx and CO2 Emissions from Energy Use of Major Economic Sectors in Taiwan, by Sue J. Lin,
and Tzu C. Chang, 17(1) 1996, 1-17

Forecasting the Demand for Energy in China, by Hing Lin Chan, and Shu Kam Lee, 17(1) 1996, 19-30

The Total Cost and Measured Performance of Utility-Sponsored Energy Efficiency Programs, by Joseph Eto, Edward
Vine, Leslie Shown, Richard Sonnenblick and Chris Payne, 17(1) 1996, 31-51

The Welfare Effects of Raising Household Energy Prices in Poland, by Caroline L. Freund and Christine I. Wallich,
17(1) 1996, 53-77

Incorporating Investment Uncertainty into Greenhouse Policy Models, by John R. Birge and Charles H. Rosa, 17(1)
1996, 79-90

Preserving Natural Environments on Coal Lands at Minimum Cost, by William D. Watson, 17(1) 1996, 91-127

Vol 17, Issue 2

The Development of a UK Natural Gas Spot Market, by Joe Roeber, 17(2) 1996, 1-15

Price Convergence in North American Natural Gas Markets, by Martin King and Milan Cuc, 17(2) 1996, 17-42

Is OPEC a Cartel?: Evidence from Cointegration and Causality Tests, by S. Gurcan Gulen, 17(2) 1996, 43-57

Ramsey Pricing of Electricity Under Unknown Bypass Costs, by Ira Horowitz, Dewey Seeto and Chi-Keung Woo,
17(2) 1996, 59-77

Social Benefits of Financial Investment Support in Energy Conservation Policy, by Torleif Haugland, 17(2) 1996, 79-
102

Gasoline Tax as a Corrective Tax: Estimates for the United States: 1970-1991, by Jonathan Haughton and Soumodip
Sarkar, 17(2) 1996, 103-126


Vol 17, Issue 3

System Average Rates and Management Efficiency: A Statistical Benchmark Study of U.S. Investor-owned Electric
Utilities, by Ernst Berndt, Roy Epstein and Michael Doane, 17(3) 1996, 1-21

The Performance of the U.S. Market for Independent Electricity Generation, by Alan Comnes, Edward Kahn, and Tim
Belden, 17(3) 1996, 23-39

An Actions Based Estimate of the Free Rider Fraction in Electric Utility DSM Programs, by Eric Malm, 17(3) 1996,
41-48

Explaining the Variation in Elasticity Estimates of Gasoline Demand in the United States: A Meta-Analysis, by Molly
Espey, 17(3) 1996, 49-60
Strategic Interdependence in European East-West Gas Trade: A Hierarchical Stackelberg Game Approach, by Wafik
Grais and Kangbin Zheng, 17(3) 1996, 61-84

Market Power in a System of Tradeable CO2 Quotas, by Hege Westskog, 17(3) 1996, 85-103

Ownership and Performance in Electric Utilities (Michael G. Pollitt) book review by Robert Bartels, 17(3) 1996, 105-
107

Indonesia: The Political Economy of Energy (Philip Barnes) book review by Aad Correlje, 17(3) 1996, 107-109

China's Energy Strategy: Economic Structure, Technological Choices, and Energy Consumption (Xiannuan Lio) book
review by Joy C. Dunkerley, 17(3) 1996, 109-111

The Genie out of the Bottle: World Oil since 1970 (Morris A. Adelman) book review by Joe Roeber, 17(3) 1996, 111-
118

Vol 17, Issue 4

From the Editors, (announcement) by Leonard Waverman and Adonis Yatchew, eds, 17(4) 1996, v

Call for papers (Special Issue, Distributed Resources: Toward a New Paradigm of the Electricity Business), by Yves
Smeers and Adonis Yatchew, eds, 17(4) 1996, vi

Economic and Regulatory Factors Affecting the Maintenance of Nuclear Power Plants, by James G. Hewlett, 17(4)
1996, 1-31

Gas or Electricity, which is Cheaper?: An Econometric Approach with Application to Australian Expenditure Data, by
Robert Bartels, Denzil Fiebig and Michael Plumb, 17(4) 1996, 33-58

How Many Kilowatts are in a Negawatt?: Verifying Ex Post Estimates of Utility Conservation Impacts at the Regional
Level, by Paul Parfomak and Lester Lave, 17(4) 1996, 59-87

Identifying Distributed Generation and Demand Side Management Investment Opportunities, by Thomas E. Hoff, 17(4)
1996, 89-105

CO2 Emission Reduction Costs in the Residential Sector: Behavioral Parameters in a Bottom-Up Analysis, by Mark
Jaccard, Alison Bailie and John Nyboer, 17(4) 1996, 107-134

Energy Efficiency, Economic Efficiency and Future CO2 Emissions from the Developing World, by Peter J. Pearson
and Roger Fouquet, 17(4) 1996, 135-160

Electric Cooperatives on the Threshold of a New Era (Public Utilities Reports Inc) book review by David Dismukes,
17(4) 1996, 161-163

The Privatization of Public Utilities (Leonard S. Hyman, ed.) book review by Frank Felder, 17(4) 1996, 163-165

The Geopolitics of Energy Supply in the European Union in the 21st Century (Jean-Pierre Pauwels et al.) book review
by Andre Plourde, 17(4) 1996, 165-167

Oil and Gas and Government Vol. I and II (Robert L. Bradley) book review by Asbjorn Moseidjord, 17(4) 1996, 168-
171

Volume 17 Index, 17(4) 1996, 172-174

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VOLUME 18 1997

Vol 18, Issue 1

From the Editor, (announcement), by Adonis Yatchew, 18(1) 1997, iv

What is the Value of Scientific Knowledge? An Application to Global Warming Using the PRICE Model, by William
D. Nordhaus and David Popp, 18(1) 1997, 1-45

Is There an East-West Split in North American Natural Gas Markets?, by Apostolos Serletis, 18(1) 1997, 47-61

Economic Inefficiency of Passive Transmission Rights in Congested Electricity Systems with Competitive Generation,
by Shmuel S. Oren, 18(1) 1997, 63-83

An Institutional Design for an Electricity Contract Market with Central Dispatch, by Hung-po Chao and Stephen Peck,
18(1) 1997, 85-110

Implementation of Priority Insurance in Power Exchange Markets, by Robert Wilson, 18(1) 1997, 111-123

The Emerging New Order in Natural Gas: Markets versus Regulation (Arthur S. DeVany and W. David Walls), book
review by Martin King, 18(1) 1997, 125-128

Economics of the Energy Industries, Second edition (William Spangar Peirce), book review by Todd Strauss, 18(1)
1997, 128-129

The Economics of Energy Security (Douglas R. Bohi and Michael A. Toman), book review by Carol Dahl, 18(1) 1997,
129-131

Gas and Oil in Northeast Asia: Policies, Projects and Prospects (Keun-Wook Paik), book review by Marius Messer,
18(1) 1997, 132-134

A New Order for Gas in Europe? (Michael Stoppard), book review by Edward Symonds, 18(1) 1997, 134-136

Referee Acknowledgments, 18(1) 1997, 137-141

Vol 18, Issue 2

Fairness Measures and Importance Weights for Allocating Quotas to OPEC Member Countries, by Ahmad Saleh
Alsalem, Subhash C. Sharma and Marvin D. Troutt, 18(2) 1997, 1-22

Pollution Control and Energy Conservation: Complements or Antagonists? A Study of Gasoline Taxes and Automobile
Fuel Economy Standards, by Molly Espey, 18(2) 1997, 23-38

The Cost of Power Outages in the Business and Public Sectors in Israel: Revealed Preference vs. Subjective Valuation,
by Michael Beenstock, Ephraim Goldin and Yoel Haitovsky, 18(2) 1997, 39-62

Buying Time: Franchising Hazardous and Nuclear Waste Cleanup, by Douglas R. Hale, 18(2) 1997, 63-88

Natural Gas in the U.S.: How Far Can Technology Stretch the Resource Base?, by Cutler Cleveland and Robert
Kaufmann, 18(2) 1997, 89-108

Regionalization in the World Crude Oil Market, by S. Gücan Gülen, 18(2) 1997, 109-126

Vol 18, Issue 3

Fundamental U.S. Tax Reform and Energy Markets, by Dale W. Jorgenson and Peter J. Wilcoxen, 18(3) 1997, 1-30
CO2 Emissions Limits: Economic Adjustments and the Distribution of Burdens, by Henry Jacoby, Richard Eckaus,
Denny Ellerman, Ronald Prinn, David Reiner, and Zili Yang, 18(3) 1997, 31-58

Decomposition of Aggregate Energy and Gas Emission Intensity for Industry: A Refined Divisia Index Method, by
B.W. Ang and Ki-Hong Choi, 18(3) 1997, 59-73

Electricity Market Integration in the Pacific Northwest, by C.K. Woo, Debra Lloyd-Zannetti and Ira Horowitz, 18(3)
1997, 75-102

Impact of Pay-at-the-Pump on Safety Through Enhanced Vehicle Fuel Efficiency, by J. Daniel Khazzoom 18(3) 1997,
103-132

The Market and Economics of Large Oil Tankers, (Oliver Golomer), book review by Edward Symonds, 18(3) 1997,
134-135

Transmission Pricing and Stranded Costs in the Electric Power Industry (William J. Baumol and J. Gregory Sidak),
book review by Corazon Morales Siddayao, 18(3) 1997, 136-139

A Shock to the System: Restructuring America's Electricity Industry (Timothy J. Brennan et al.), book review by Frank
Felder, 18(3) 1997, 140-141

The Energy Crisis: Unresolved Issues and Enduring Legacies (David L. Feldman), book review by Richard L. Gordon,
18(3) 1997, 142-145

Electricity Transmission Pricing and Technology, (Michael Einhorn and Riaz Siddiqi, eds.) book review by David
Dismukes, 18(3) 1997, 146-147

Maintaining Energy Security in a Global Context (William Martin, Ryukichi Imai, and Helga Steeg), book review by
M.A. Adelman, 18(3) 1997, 148-150

Vol 18, Issue 4

Computable Equilibrium Models and the Restructuring of the European Electricity and Gas Markets, by Yves Smeers,
18(4) 1997, 1-31

Market Power, International CO2 Taxation and Oil Wealth, by Elin Berg, Snorre Kverndokk and Knut Einar Rosendahl,
18(4) 1997, 33-71

Oil Spills, Workplace Safety and Firm Size: Evidence from the U.S. Gulf of Mexico OCS, by Omowumi O. Iledare,
Allan G. Pulsipher, David E. Dismukes and Dmitry Mesyanzhinov, 18(4) 1997, 73-89


Resource Depletion and Technical Change: Effects on U.S. Crude Oil Finding Costs from 1977 to 1994, by Marie N.
Fagan, 18(4) 1997, 91-105

A Market Power Model with Strategic Interaction in Electricity Networks by William W. Hogan, 18(4) 1997 107-141

Deregulatory Reforms of the Electricity Supply Industry (Masayuki Yajima), book review by Kenneth Costello, 18(4)
1997, 143-145

Volume 18 Index, 18(4) 1997, 146-148

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1998 SPECIAL ISSUE -                      DISTRIBUTED RESOURCES: TOWARD A NEW PARADIGM OF THE
ELECTRICITY BUSINESS

Introduction, by Yves Smeers and Adonis Yatchew (Special Issue Distributed Resources) 1998, vii-xii

What's in the Cards for Distributed Resources?, by Johannes P. Pfeifenberger, Philip Q Hanser and Paul Ammann,
(Special Issue Distributed Resources) 1998, 1-16

Distributed Electricity Generation in Competitive Energy Markets: A Case Study in Australia, by Deepak Sharma and
Robert Bartels, (Special Issue Distributed Resources) 1998, 17-39

Defining Distributed Resource Planning, by Jonathan Lesser and Charles Feinstein, (Special Issue Distributed
Resources) 1998, 41-62

Using Distributed Resources to Manage Risks Caused by Demand Uncertainty, by Thomas E. Hoff (Special Issue
Distributed Resources) 1998, 63-83

Capacity Planning Under Uncertainty: Developing Local Area Strategies for Integrating Distributed Resources, by
Charles Feinstein, Peter Morris and Stephen Chapel (Special Issue Distributed Resources) 1998, 85-110

Control and Operation in a Competitive Market: Distributed Generation in a Restructured Industry, by Judith Cardell
and Richard Tabors, (Special Issue Distributed Resources) 1998, 111- 135

Integrated Local T&D Planning Using Customer Outage Costs, by Greg Ball, Debra Lloyd-Zannetti, Brian Horii, Dan
Birch, Robert Ricks, and Holly Lively, (Special Issue Distributed Resources) 1998, 137-160

Winners and Losers in a Competitive Electricity Industry: An Empirical Analysis, by Robert Ethier and Timothy
Mount, (Special Issue Distributed Resources) 1998, 161-186

Regulatory Policy Regarding Distributed Generation by Utilities: The Impact of Restructuring, by Jay Morse (Special
Issue Distributed Resources) 1998, 187-210

About the Authors, (Special Issue Distributed Resources) 1998, 211-215

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VOLUME 19 1998

Vol 19, Issue 1 Special Issue
The Potential for Use of Modern Asset Pricing Methods for Upstream Petroleum Project Evaluation

Editor's Preface, by G. Campbell Watkins, 19(1) 1998, iv

The Potential Use of Modern Asset Pricing Methods for Upstream Petroleum Project Evaluation: Introductory Remarks
, by David G. Laughton, ed., 19(1) 1998, 1-11

Implications of Output Price Risk and Operating Leverage for the Evaluation of Petroleum Development Projects, by
Gordon Salahor, 19(1) 1998, 13-45

On the Use of Modern Asset Pricing for Comparing Alternative Royalty Systems for Petroleum Development Projects,
by Paul Bradley, 19(1) 1998, 47-81

The Management of Flexibility in the Upstream Petroleum Industry, by David G. Laughton, 19(1) 1998, 83-114

Alternative Models of Uncertain Commodity Prices for Use with Modern Asset Pricing Methods, by Malcolm Baker,
Scott Mayfield, and John Parsons, 19(1) 1998, 115-148
The Potential Use of Modern Asset Pricing Methods for Upstream Petroleum Project Evaluation: Concluding Remarks,
by David G. Laughton, 19(1) 1998, 149-153

Renewable Energy Strategies for Europe (Vol. II): Electricity Systems and Primary Electricity Sources (Michael Grubb
with Roberto Vigotti), book review by K. Gopalakrishman Nair, 19(1) 1998, 155-156

International Comparisons of Electricity Regulation, (edited by Richard J. Gilbert and Edward P. Kahn), book review
by Frank Felder, 19(1) 1998, 156-157

Power Structure: Ownership, Integration, and Competition in the U.S. Electricity Industry, (John E. Kwoka, Jr.), book
review by Herbert G. Thompson, Jr. 19(1) 1998, 158-161

Vol 19, Issue 2
The Lennart Lundberg International Symposium

Preface by G. Campbell Watkins , editor,19(2) 1998, v

Introduction, Global Power Generation in the 21st Century: The Critical Choices, by Marian Radetzki, guest editor,
19(2) 1998, 1-5

The Role of Electricity in Industrial Development, by Nathan Rosenberg, 19(2) 1998, 7-24

Electricity Sectors in Transition, by Paul L. Joskow, 19(2) 1998, 25-52

Discussion Paul Joskow's Paper "Electricity Sectors in Transition," by Francois Ailleret, 19(2) 1998, 53-55

Discussion of Paul Joskow's Paper "Electricity Sectors in Transition," by David Jefferies, 19(2) 1998, 57-62

Technological Options for Power Generation, by Ulf Hansen, 19(2) 1998, 63-87

Discussion of Ulf Hansen's Paper "Technological Options for Power Generation," by Jan H. Blom, 19(2) 1998, 89-92

Global Demand Growth of Power Generation, Input Choices and Supply Security, 19(2) 1998, by Kenichi Matsui 93-
107

Discussion of Kenichi Matsui's Paper "Global Demand Growth of Power Generation, Input Choices and Supply
Security," by Tor Ragnar Gerholm 19(2) 1998, 109-113

The Environmental Challenges of Power Generation, by Thomas C. Schelling, 19(2) 1998, 115-124

Discussion of Thomas Schelling's Paper "The Environmental Challenges of Power Generation," by Dominique Finon,
19(2) 1998, 125-128

Note on The Seemingly Indefinite Extension of Power Plant Lives, A Panel Contribution, by Denny Ellerman 19(2)
1998, 129-132

Note on Information Technology and Efficiency of Deregulated Electricity Markets, A Panel Contribution, by Bo
Källstrand, 19(2) 1998, 133-134

Other Papers (section heading)

Alternatives to the Strait of Hormuz, by Dagobert Brito and Eytan Sheshinski, 19(2) 1998, 135-147

Chaos in Natural Gas Futures?, by Victor Chwee, 19(2) 1998, 149-164
Weather and Pollution Abatement Costs, by Jonathan E. Leightner and C.A. Knox Lovell, 19(2) 1998, 165-189

Customer Retention in a Competitive Power Market: Analysis of a `Double-Bounded Plus Follow-Ups' Questionaire,
by Yongxin Cai, Iraj Deilami and Kenneth Train, 19(2) 1998, 191-215

The Bias in Price Elasticity Estimates Under Separability Between Electricity and Labor in Studies of Time-of-Use
Electricity Rates: An Application to Israel, by Asher Tishler, 19(2) 1998, 217-236

The New Geopolitics of Energy (John V. Mitchell, Peter Beck, and Michael Grubb), book review by Michael C. Lynch,
19(2) 1998, 237-238

The Seas Unite: Maritime Cooperation in the Asia Pacific Region (edited by Sam Bateman and Stephen Bates), book
review by Edward Symonds, 19(2) 1998, 238-239

Vol 19, Issue 3

Increased Competition on the Supply Side of the Western European Natural Gas Market, by Rolf Golombek, Eystein
Gjelsvik and Knut Einar Rosendahl, 19(3) 1998, 1-18

Modeling Electricity Pricing in a Deregulated Generation Industry: The Potential for Oligopoly Pricing in a Poolco, by
Aleksandr Rudkevich, Max Duckworth and Richard Rosen, 19(3) 1998, 19-48

Simulating the Operation of Markets for Bulk-Power Ancillary Services, by Eirc Hirst and Brendan Kirby, 19(3) 1998,
49-68

The "Regulatory Compact" and Implicit Contracts: Should Stranded Costs be Recoverable?, by James Boyd, 19(3)
1998, 69-83

Prices that Clear the Air: Energy Use and Pollution in Chile and Indonesia, by Gunnar S. Eskeland, Emmanuel Jimenez
and Lili Liu, 19(3) 1998, 85-106

Reducing the Impacts of Energy Price Volatility Through Dynamic Portfolio Selection, by H. Brett Humphreys and
Katherine T. McClain, 19(3) 1998, 107-131

Electric Utility Restructuring: A Guide to the Competitive Era, (Peter Fox-Penner), book review by Frank Felder, 19(3)
1998, 133-134

Referee Acknowledgments, 19(3) 1998, 135-142

Vol 19, Issue 4


A Thousand Years of Energy Use in the United Kingdom, by Roger Fouquet and Peter J.G. Pearson, 19(4) 1998, 1-41

Short Term Energy Forecasting with Neural Networks, by Stuart McMenamin and Frank Monforte, 19(4) 1998, 43-62

At What Cost do We Reduce Pollution? Shadow Prices of SO2 Emissions, by John R. Swinton, 19(4) 1998, 63-83

The Relationship Between Energy Intensity and Income Levels: Forecasting Long Term Energy Demand in Asian
Emerging Countries, by Rossana Galli, 19(4) 1998, 85-105

Crude Oil Prices and U.S. Economic Performance: Where Does the Asymmetry Reside?, by Hillard G. Huntington,
19(4) 1998, 107-132

Simple Analytics of Valuing Producing Petroleum Reserves, by Graham A. Davis and Robert D. Cairns, 19(4) 1998,
133-142
Bless the Pure and the Humble: Texas Lawyers and Oil Regulation, 1919-1936 (Nicholas G. Malavis) book review by
Stephen L. McDonald, 19(4) 1998, 143-144

The Economics and Politics of the United States Oil Industry, 1920-1990: Profits, Populism, and Petroleum (Steve
Isser), book review by Edward Porter, 19(4) 1998, 145-149

Exploration, Development, and Production: Texas Oil and Gas, 1970-1995 (John R. Moroney) book review by
Douglas R. Bohi; and Michael C. Lynch, 19(4) 1998, 150-153

Energy Exporters and Climate Change (Peter Kassler and Matthew Paterson), book review by Scott Farrow, 19(4)
1998, 153-154

Tax or Technology? The Revival of UK North Sea Oil Production (Steve Martin) book review by Edward Symonds,
19(4) 1998, 155-156

Volume 19 Index, 19(4) 1998, 157-160

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VOLUME 20 1999

Vol 20. Issue 1

Prizes Awarded for Outstanding Papers in The Energy Journal, (1995/96 award announcement), 20(1) 1999, v

Note from the Editor, by Campbell Watkins, 20(1) 1999, vi

Financial Transmission Rights Meet Cournot: How TCCs Curb Market Power, by Steven Stoft, 20(1) 1999, 1-23

Barriers to Energy-Efficiency in Electricity Generation in India, by Madhu Khanna and David Zilberman, 20(1) 1999,
25-42

The Political Economy of Motor Fuel Taxation, by Rajeev K. Goel and Michael A. Nelson, 20(1) 1999, 43-60

The Marginal Costs of Greenhouse Gas Emissions, by Richard S.J. Tol, 20(1) 1999, 61-82

The North American Natural Gas Liquids Markets are Chaotic, by Apostolos Serletis and Periklis Gogas, 20(1) 1999,
83-104

An Integrated Model of Oil Production, by John R. Moroney and M. Douglas Berg, 20(1) 1999, 105-124

Regionalization in the World Crude Oil Market: Further Evidence, by S. Gürcan Gülen, 20(1) 1999, 125-139

The Next Restructuring: Environmental Regulation, by A. Denny Ellerman, 20(1) 1999, 141-147

The Swedish Nuclear Dilemma: Energy and the Environment (William D. Nordhaus), book review by Marian
Radetzki, 20(1) 1999, 149-150

The Oil Price Crisis of 1998, (Robert Mabro), book review by Edward Symonds, 20(1) 1999, 151-152

Vol 20, Issue 2

The Long-Run Evolution of Energy Prices, by Robert S. Pindyck, 20(2) 1999, 1-28
Economic Development and the Structure of the Demand for Commercial Energy, by Ruth Judson, Richard
Schmalensee and Thomas Stoker, 20(2) 1999, 29-58

Emissions of SO2, NOx and CO2 in Transition Economies: Emission Inventories and Divisia Index Analysis, by Laurent
Viguier, 20(2) 1999, 59-88

Some New Ethanol Technology: Cost Competition and Adoption Effects in the Petroleum Market, by Paul Gallagher
and Donald Johnson, 20(2) 1999, 89-120

Exploring Energy Technology Substitution for Reducing Atmospheric Carbon Emissions, by Karl E. Knapp, 20(2)
1999, 121-144

Demand for Ground Transportation Fuel and Pricing Policy in Asian Tigers: A Comparative Study of Korea and
Taiwan, by Sara Banaszak, Ujjayant Chakravorty and PingSun Leung, 20(2) 1999, 145-166

Vol 20, Issue 3

Fuel Economy Rebound Effect for U.S. Household Vehicles, by David L. Greene, James Kahn and Robert Gibson,
20(3) 1999, 1-31

Productivity Trends in India's Energy Intensive Industries, by Joyashree Roy, Jayant Sathaye, Alan Sanstad, Puran
Mongia, and Katja Schumacher, 20(3) 1999, 32-62

Why has the Energy-Output Ratio Fallen in China?, by Richard Garbaccio, Mun S. Ho and Dale W. Jorgenson, 20(3)
1999, 63-92

Energy Intensity and Carbon Emission Responses to Technological Change and Adoption: The U.S. Outlook, by Andy
S. Kydes, 20(3) 1999, 93-122

Vehicle Choice in an Aging Population: Some Insights from a Stated Preference Survey for California, by Chris
Kavalec, 20(3) 1999, 123-138

A Note: Will Tomorrow's Energy Efficiency Indices Prove Useful in Economic Studies?, by Jay Zarnikau, 20(3) 1999,
139-146

Decomposition of Aggregate CO2 Emissions in the OECD: 1960-1995, (note) by J. W. Sun, 20(3) 1999, 147-155

Elements of the Swiss Market for Electricity (Massimo Filippini), book review by Patrik Söderholm, 20(3) 1999, 157-
159

Deregulation of Electric Utilities (edited by Georges Zaccour), book review by Frank Felder, 20(3) 1999, 160-161

The Economic Appraisal of Natural Gas Projects (Willem J.H. Van Groenendaal), book review by Graham A. Davis
20(3) 1999, 161-163

Energy and the Making of Modern California (James C. Williams), book review by Roger Dunstan, 20(3) 1999, 163-
165

Energy Policy in the European Union (Janne Haaland Matlary), book review by Peter R. Odell, 20(3) 1999, 165-167

Global Energy Perspectives (edited by Nebojsa Nakicenovic, Arnulf Grubler and Alan McDonald), book review by
Hillard Huntington, 20(3) 1999, 167-169

Energy Modeling Beyond Economics and Technology, (edited by Bernard Giovannini and Andrea Baranzini), book
review by Carol A. Dahl, 20(3) 1999, 169-171
Vol 20, Issue 4

Prizes Awarded for Outstanding Paper in The Energy Journal, (1997 award announcement), 20(4) 1999, iv

The Spanish Gasoline Market: From Ceiling Regulation to Open Market Pricing, by Ignacio Contín, Aad Correljé, and
Emilio Huerta, 20(4) 1999, 1-14

The Economics of Energy Market Transformation Programs, by Richard Duke and Daniel M. Kammen, 20(4) 1999,
15-64

Market Power in Electricity Markets: Beyond Concentration Measures, by Severin Borenstein, James Bushnell, and
Christopher Knittel, 20(4) 1999, 65

The Efficiency of Multi-Unit Electricity Auctions, by Wedad Elmaghraby and Shmuel S. Oren, 20(4) 1999, 89-116

Coal Subsidies and Global Carbon Emissions, by Miles Light, 20(4) 1999, 117-148

Petroleum Economics: Issues and Strategies of Oil and Natural Gas Production (Rögnvaldur Hannesson), by John
Moroney, 20(4) 1999, 149-150

Designing Competitive Electricity Markets (edited by Hung-Po Chao and Hillard Huntington), book review by Andrew
N. Kleit, 20(4) 1999, 151-153

Managing the Oil Wealth: OPEC's Windfalls and Pitfalls (Jahangir Amuzegar), book review by Richard Gordon, 20(4)
1999, 154-155

Referee Acknowledgments, 20(4) 1999, 156-164

Volume 20 Index, 20(4) 1999, 165-168

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1999 SPECIAL ISSUE
THE COSTS OF THE KYOTO PROTOCOL: A MULTI-MODEL EVALUATION

Preface, by G. Campbell Watkins, (Special Issue: Costs of the Kyoto Protocol) 1999, vi

Introduction and Overview, by John P. Weyant and Jennifer N. Hill, (Special Issue: Costs of the Kyoto Protocol) 1999,
vii

The Kyoto Protocol: A Cost-Effective Strategy for Meeting Environmental Objectives?, by Alan S. Manne and Richard
Richels (Special Issue: The Costs of the Kyoto Protocol) 1999, 1-24

The Economics of the Kyoto Protocol, by Christopher N. MacCracken, James A. Edmonds, Son H. Kim, and Ronald
D. Sands (Special Issue: The Costs of the Kyoto Protocol) 1999, 25-72

Adjustment Time, Capital Malleability and Policy Cost, by Henry D. Jacoby and Ian Sue Wing, (Special Issue: Costs of
the Kyoto Protocol) 1999, 73-92

Requiem for Kyoto: An Economic Analysis of the Kyoto Protocol, by William D. Nordhaus and Joseph G. Boyer
(Special Issue: Costs of the Kyoto Protocol) 1999, 93-130

Kyoto, Efficiency, and Cost-Effectiveness: Applications of FUND, (Special Issue: Costs of the Kyoto Protocol) 1999,
by Richard S.J. Tol 131-156
Analysis of Carbon Emission Stabilization Targets and Adaptation by Integrated Assessment Model, by Atsushi
Kurosawa, Hiroshi Yagita, Zhou Weisheng, Koji Tokimatsu, and Yukio Yanagisawa (Special Issue: Costs of the Kyoto
Protocol) 1999, 157-176

Clubs, Ceilings and CDM: Macroeconomics of Compliance with the Kyoto Protocol, by Johannes Bollen, Arjen
Gielen, and Hans Timmer (Special Issue: Costs of the Kyoto Protocol) 1999, 177-206

Analysis of Post-Kyoto Scenarios: The Asian-Pacific Integrated Model, by Mikiko Kainuma, Yuzuru Matsuoka,
Tsuneyuki Morita (Special Issue: Costs of the Kyoto Protocol) 1999, 207-220

Effects of Restrictions on International Permit Trading: The MS-MRT Model, by Paul M. Bernstein, W. David
Montgomery, Thomas F. Rutherford and Gui-Fang Yang (Special Issue: Costs of the Kyoto Protocol) 1999, 221-256

The Kyoto Protocol: An Economic Analysis Using GTEM, by Vivek Tulpulé, Stephen Brown, Jaekyu Lim, Cain
Polidano, Hom Pant and Brian S. Fisher (Special Issue: Costs of the Kyoto Protocol) 1999, 257-286

Emissions Trading, Capital Flows and the Kyoto Protocol, by Warwick McKibbin, Martin Ross, Robert Shackleton and
Peter Wilcoxen (Special Issue: Costs of the Kyoto Protocol) 1999, 287-334

The Economic Implications of Reducing Carbon Emissions: A Cross-Country Quantitative Investigation using the
Oxford Global Macroeconomic and Energy Model, by Adrian Cooper, Scott Livermore, Vanessa Rossi, Alan Wilson
and John Walker (Special Issue: Costs of the Kyoto Protocol) 1999, 335-366

CO2 Emissions Control Agreements: Incentives for Regional Participation, by Stephen C. Peck and Thomas J. Teisberg
(Special Issue: Costs of the Kyoto Protocol) 1999, 367-390

About the Authors, (Special Issue: The Costs of the Kyoto Protocol) 1999, 391-398

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VOLUME 21 2000

Vol 21, Issue 1

Explaining Cointegration Analysis: Part 1, by David F. Hendry and Katarina Juselius, 21(1) 2000, 1-42

Technology Diffusion in Energy-Economy Models: The Case of Danish Vintage Models, by Henrik Klinge Jacobsen,
21(1) 2000, 43-71

Household Response to Incentive Payments for Load Shifting: A Japanese Time-of-Day Electricity Pricing Experiment,
by Isamu Matsukawa, Hiroshi Asano and Hitoshi Kakimoto, 21(1) 2000, 73-86

Lessons from Utility Conservation Programs, by Franz Wirl, 21(1) 2000, 87-108


Technology and the Exploratory Success Rate in the U.S. Offshore, by Kevin F. Forbes and Ernest M. Zampelli, 21(1)
2000, 109-120

A Note on Saudi Arabian Price Discrimination, by Ronald Soligo and Amy Myers Jaffe, 21(1) 2000, 121-133

Coal or Nuclear in New Power Stations: The Political Economy of an Undesirable but Necessary Choice, by Marian
Radetzki, 21(1) 2000, 135-147

Competition and Liberalization in European Gas Markets: A Diversity of Models (Jonathan Stern), book review by
Edward Symonds, 21(1) 2000, 149-150
Gas to Europe: The Strategies of Four Major Suppliers edited (Robert Mabro and Ian Wybrew-Bond), book review by
Edward Symonds, 21(1) 2000, 151-153

Vol 21, Issue 2

Energy Economists and Economic Liberalism, by Colin Robinson, 21(2) 2000, 1-22

Where Did the Money Go? The Cost and Performance of the Largest Commercial Sector DSM Programs, by Joseph
Eto, Suzie Kito, Leslie Shown, and Richard Sonnenblick, 21(2) 2000, 23-50

Residential End-Use Electricity Demand: Results from a Designed Experiment, by Robert Bartels and Denzil G. Fiebig,
21(2) 2000, 51-82

Cost Structures for Fossil Fuel-Fired Electric Power Generation, by Timothy J. Considine, 21(2) 2000, 83-104

Extracting Common Oil: Cooperation or Competition?, by Rögnvaldur Hannesson, 21(2) 2000, 105-120

The Target Revenue Model and the World Oil Market: Empirical Evidence from 1971 to 1994, by A.F. Alhajji and
David Huettner, 21(2) 2000, 121-140

A Note on Vertical Integration and Stock Ratings of Oil Companies in the U.S., by Kenneth Edwards, John D. Jackson
and Henry L. Thompson, 21(2) 2000, 145-150

Vol 21, Issue 3

Model-Based Comparisons of Pool and Bilateral Markets for Electricity, by John Bower and Derek W. Bunn, 21(3)
2000, 1-29

OPEC and World Crude Oil Markets from 1973 to 1994: Cartel, Oligopoly or Competitive?, by A. F. Alhajji and David
Huettner, 21(3) 2000, 31-60

The Risk of Early Retirement of U.S. Nuclear Power Plants under Electricity Deregulation and CO2 Emission
Reductions, by Geoffrey S. Rothwell, 21(3) 2000, 61-87

"No Cost" Efforts to Reduce Carbon Emissions in the U.S.: An Economic Perspective, by Ronald J. Sutherland, 21(3)
2000, 89-112

The Potential Market for Photovoltaics and Other Distributed Resources in Rural Electric Cooperatives, (note), by
Thomas E. Hoff and Matthew Cheney, 21(3) 2000, 113-127

World Petroleum at the Crossroads (Paul Tempest), book review by Edward Symonds, 21(3) 2000, 129-130

Referee Acknowledgments, 21(3) 2000, 131-135

Coal or Nuclear in New Power Stations: The Political Economy of an Undesirable but Necessary Choice (M. Radetzki),
Errata, 21(3) 2000, 136

Vol 21, Issue 4

Customers' Choice Among Retail Energy Suppliers: The Willingness-to-Pay for Service Attributes, by Andrew A.
Goett, Kathleen Hudson, Kenneth E. Train, 21(4) 2000, 1-28

Supplementarity: An Invitation to Monopsony?, by A. Denny Ellerman and Ian Sue Wing, 21(4) 2000, 29-59

Regulation of an Electric Power Transmission Company, by Thomas-Olivier Léautier, 21(4) 2000, 61-92
Developing Countries' Greenhouse Emissions: Uncertainty and Implications for Participation in the Kyoto Protocol, by
Randall Lutter, 21(4) 2000, 93-120

Power Loss: The Origins of Deregulation and Restructuring in the American Electric Utility System (Richard F. Hirsh),
book review by Andrew N. Kleit, 21(4) 2000, 121-122

Index to Volume 21, 21(4) 2000, 123-125

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VOLUME 22, 2001


Vol 22, Issue 1

Regulatory Remedies to the Common Pool: The Limits to Oil Field Unitization, by Gary D. Libecap and James L.
Smith, 22(1) 2001, 1-26

Oil Production in the Lower 48 States: Economic, Geological, and Institutional Determinants, by Robert K. Kaufmann
and Cutler J. Cleveland, 22(1) 2001, 27-50

Zonal Pricing in a Deregulated Electricity Market, by Mette Bjørndal and Kurt Jørnsten, 22(1) 2001, 51-74

Explaining Cointegration Analysis: Part II, by David F. Hendry and Katarina Juselius, 22(1) 2001, 75-120

Vol 22, Issue 2

Are Regional Oil Markets Growing Closer Together? An Arbitrage Cost Approach, by Andrew N. Kleit, 22(2) 2001, 1-
15

The Impact of Agency Costs on Regulator Compensation and the Size of Electric Utility Commissions, by Franklin G.
Mixon, Jr., 22(2) 2001, 17-34

International Comparisons of Sectoral Carbon Dioxide Emissions Using a Cross-Country Decomposition Technique, by
Lee Schipper, Scott G. Murtishaw and Fridtjof Unander, 22(2) 2001, 35-75

Economic Development and End-Use Energy Demand, by Kenneth B. Medlock III and Ronald Soligo, 22(2) 2001, 77-
105

The Determinants of Sulfur Emissions from Oil Consumption in Swedish Manufacturing Industry, 1976-1995, by
Henrik Hammer and Åsa Löfgren, 22(2) 2001, 107-126

Energy Economics: A Modern Introduction, (Ferdinand E. Banks), book review by Richard L. Gordon), 22(2) 2001,
127-128


Vol 22, Issue 3

The Dynamics of Commodity Spot and Futures Markets: A Primer, by Robert S. Pindyck, 22(3) 2001, 1-29

Adelman's Rule and the Petroleum Firm, by Robert D. Cairns and Graham A. Davis, 22(3) 2001, 31-54

An Analysis of Market Power Mitigation Strategies in Colorado's Electricity Industry, by David M. Quick and Janis M.
Carey, 22(3) 2001, 55-77
Uncertainties in Responding to Climate Change: On The Economic Value of Technology Policies for Reducing Costs
and Creating Options, by Demetrios Papathanasiou and Dennis Anderson, 22(3) 2001, 79-114

Self-Sufficient Energy Supply for Isolated Communities: Wind-Diesel Systems in the Canary Islands, by José Antonio
Carta and Jaime González, 22(3) 2001, 115-145

The Kyoto Protocol, Emissions Trading and the CDM: An Analysis from Developing Countries Perspective, by Jyoti P.
Painuly, 22(3) 2001, 147-169


Vol 22, Issue 4

How Plausible is the Consensus Projection of Oil Below $25 and Persian Gulf Oil Capacity and Output Doubling by
2020?, by Dermot Gately, 22(4) 2001, 1-27

Analyzing California's Power Crisis, by Ahmad Faruqui, Hung-po Chao, Vic Niemeyer, Jeremy Platt and Karl
Stahlkopf, 22(4) 2001, 29-52

The Kyoto Protocol: Regional and Sectoral Contributions to the Carbon Leakage, by Sergey V. Paltsev, 22(4) 2001,
53-79

Lifting the Alaskan Oil Export Ban: An Intervention Analysis, by Charles Bausell Jr, Frank Rusco and W. David Walls,
22(4) 2001, 81-94

Economic Indicators of Market Transformation: Energy Efficient Lighting and EPA's Green Lights, by Marvin J.
Horowitz, 22(4) 2001, 95-122

Pricing in Competitive Electricity Markets, (edited by Ahmad Faruqui and Kelly Eakin), book review by Frank Felder,
22(4) 2001, 123-125

The Coming Oil Crisis, (Colin J. Campbell), book review by Michael C. Lynch, 22(4) 2001, 125-126

Privatization, Restructuring, and Regulation of Network Utilities (David M. Newbery), book review by Andrew N.
Kleit, 22(4) 2001, 127-128

The Caspian Region at a Crossroad: Challenges of a New Frontier of Energy and Development, (edited by Hooshang
Amirahmadi), book review by Gürcan Gülen, 22(4) 2001, 128-130

The Policy Process in a Petro-State: An Analysis of PDVSA's (Petróleos de Venezuela SA's) Internationalisation
Strategy, (César E. Baena), book review by Luis Sosa, 22(4) 2001, 131-133

The Green Myth - Economic Growth and the Quality of the Environment, (Marian Radetzki), book review by Carol
Dahl, 22(4) 2001, 133-135

Referee Acknowledgments, 22(4) 2001, 137-144

Index to Volume 22, 22(4) 2001, 145-147

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VOLUME 23, 2002

Vol 23, Issue 1

Greenhouse Gas Reduction Policy in the United States: Identifying Winners and Losers in an Expanded Permit Trading
System, by Adam Z. Rose and Gbadebo Oladosu, 23(1) 2002, 1-18
The Asymmetric Effects of Changes in Price and Income on Energy and Oil Demand, by Dermot Gately and Hillard G.
Huntington, 23(1) 2002, 19-56

The Discovery Decline Phenomenon: Microeconometric Evidence from the U.K. Continental Shelf, by Andrew
Pickering, 23(1) 2002, 57-72

Early Emission Reduction Programs: An Application to CO2 Policy, by Ian W.H. Parry and Michael A. Toman, 23(1)
2002, 73-96

Le Tarif Vert Retrouvé: The Marginal Cost Concept and the Pricing of Electricity in Britain and France, 1945-1970, by
Martin Chick, 23(1) 2002, 97-116

Costs of Atmospheric Fluidized-Bed Combustors for Electric Power Generation, by Frederick C. Scherr and Jack A.
Fuller, 23(1) 2002, 117-132

Oil and Gas in Central Asia and Northwest China (James P. Dorian), book review by Thomas Dawson and Jennifer
Considine, 23(1) 2002, 133-135

The Politics of Oil-Producer Cooperation (Dag Harald Claes), book review by Dermot Gately, 23(1) 2002, 136-138

The Natural Gas Market: Sixty Years of Regulation and Deregulation (Paul W. MacAvoy), book review by Paul R.
Carpenter, 23(1) 2002, 139-140

Vol 23, Issue 2

Designing a Tradable Permit System to Control SO2 Emissions in China: Principles and Practice, by A. Denny
Ellerman, 23(2) 2002, 1-26

Interfuel Substitution within Industrial Companies - An Analysis Based on Panel Data at Company Level, by Thomas
Bue Bjørner and Henrik Holm Jensen, 23(2) 2002, 27-50

Climate Politics from Kyoto to Bonn: From Little to Nothing? by Christoph Böhringer, 23(2) 2002, 51-71

Will Cross-Ownership Re-Establish Market Power in the Nordic Power Market? by Eirik S. Amundsen and Lars
Bergman, 23(2) 2002, 73-95

The Curious Role of "Learning" in Climate Policy: Should We Wait for More Data? by Mort Webster, 23(2) 2002, 97-
119

Oil and Gas in the Caucasus and Caspian: A History (Charles van der Leeuw), book review by Douglas B. Reynolds,
23(2) 2002, 121-122

The Kyoto Mechansims and Russian Climate Politics (Arild Moe and Kristian Tangen), book review by Carol Dahl,
23(2) 2002, 123-125

Vol 23, Issue 3

The Economics of a Lost Deal: Kyoto - The Hague - Marrakesh, by Jean-Charles Hourcade and Frédéric Ghersi, 23(3)
2002, 1-26

Oil Price Shocks and the U.S. Economy: Where Does the Asymmetry Originate? by Nathan S. Balke, Stephen P.A.
Brown and Mine K. Yücel, 23(3) 2002, 27-52

The Capital-Energy Controversy: An Artifact of Cost Shares? by Manuel Frondel and Christoph M. Schmidt, 23(3)
2002, 53-79
Pricing Natural Gas in Mexico: An Application of the Little-Mirrlees Rule, by Dagobert L. Brito and Juan Rosellón,
23(3) 2002, 81-93


Modeling Cournot Competition in an Electricity Market with Transmission Constraints, by Bert Willems, 23(3) 2002,
95-125

Thatcherism and the Fall of Caol (Michael J. Parker), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 23(3) 2002, 127-129

Vol 23, Issue 4

A Quantitative Analysis of Pricing Behavior in California's Wholesale Electricity Market During Summer 2000, by
Paul L. Joskow and Edward Kahn, 23(4) 2002, 1-36

Petroleum Tax Reform Proposals in Norway and Denmark, by Diderik Lund, 23(4) 2002, 37-56

Micro Econometric Modelling of Household Energy Use: Testing for Dependence between Demand for Electricity and
Natural Gas, by Søren Leth-Petersen, 23(4) 2002, 57-84

Energy Price, Environmental Policy, and Technological Bias, by Abbas A. Taheri and Rodney Stevenson, 23(4) 2002,
85-108

A Policy of Discontent: The Making of a National Energy Strategy (Vito A. Stagliano), book review by Carol Dahl,
23(4) 2002, 109-111

Power System Economics: Designing Markets for Electricity (Steven Stoft), book review by Frank Felder, 23(4) 2002,
112-114

Energy and Environment: Multiregulation in Europe (Piotr Jasinski and Wolfgang Pfaffenberger), book review by
Aggei Semonov, 23(4) 2002, 115-117

Alternating Currents: Electricity Markets and Public Policy (Tim Brennan, Karen Palmer and Salvador Martinez),
book review by Peter VanDoren, 23(4) 2002, 118-120

Las estrategias de diversificación de las empresas eléctricas (Electric Utilities Diversification Strategies) (Enrique
Loredo Fernández, book review by Jesús Rodríguez-Pomeda, 23(4) 2002, 121-123

Referee Acknowledgments, 23(4) 2002, 125-134

Index to Volume 23, 23(4) 2002, 135-137

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VOLUME 24, 2003

Vol 24, Issue 1

An Almost Ideal Demand System Model of Household Vehicle Fuel Expenditure Allocation in the United States, by
Gbadebo Oladosu, 24(1) 2003, 1-21

Secondary Market and Futures Market for the Provision of Gas Pipeline Transportation Capacity, by Ricardo B. Raineri
and Andrés T. Kuflik, 24(1) 2003, 23-47

Modeling the Cost of Climate Policy: Distinguishing Between Alternative Cost Definitions and Long-Run Cost
Dynamics, by Mark. Jaccard, John Nyboer, Chris Bataille and Bryn Sadownik, 24(1) 2003, 49-73
Modeling and Forecasting the Demand for Electricity in New Zealand: A Comparison of Alternative Approaches, by
Koli Fatai, Les Oxley and Frank G. Scrimgeour, 24(1) 2003, 75-102


Oil and Gas: Crises and Controversies 1961-2000 (Peter R. Odell), book review by Francisco R. Parra, 24(1) 2003,
103-105

The Russian Oil Economy (Jennifer I. Considine and William A. Kerr), book review by Carol Dahl, 24(1) 2003, 105-
109

Vol 24, Issue 2

The LNG Revolution, by James T. Jensen, 24(2) 2003, 1-46

Oil Price Shocks and Aggregate Fluctuations, by Carlos de Miguel, Baltasar Manzano and José Ma Martín-Moreno,
24(2) 2003, 47-62

The Effect of the Energy Policy and Conservation Act (EPCA Regulation on Petroleum Product Prices, 1976-1981, by
Robert P. Rogers, 24(2) 2003, 63-94

Are Differentiated Carbon Taxes Inefficient? A General Equilibrium Analysis, by Brita Bye and Karine Nyborg, 24(2)
2003, 95-112

An Econometric Model of Oil and Gas Exploration Development and Production in the UK Continental Shelf: A
Systems Approach, by Alexander Kemp and Sola Kasim, 24(2) 2003, 113-142

The California Electricity Crisis, (James L. Sweeney), book review by Asbjorn Moseidjord, 24(2) 2003, 143-145

Oil Economics and Policy (Alberto Clò), book review by Shree Vikas, 24(2) 2003, 145-147

Energy Derivatives: Trading Emerging Markets, (edited by Peter C. Fusaro and Jeremy Wilcox), book review by Irina
Khindanova, 24(2) 2003, 147-48

Vol 24, Issue 3

Market Power in International Carbon Emissions Trading: A Laboratory Test, by Björn Carlén, 24(3) 2003, 1-26

The Effects of Market Reforms on Structural Change: Implications for Energy Use and Carbon Emissions in China, by
Karen Fisher-Vanden, 24(3) 2003, 27-62

Unravelling Trends and Seasonality: A Structural Time Series Analysis of Transport Oil Demand in the UK and Japan,
by Lester C. Hunt and Yasushi Ninomiya, 24(3) 2003, 63-96

Trade Liberalization and Carbon Leakage, by Onno Kuik and Reyer Gerlagh, 24(3) 2003, 97-120

U.S. Midwest Gasoline Pricing and the Spring 2000 Price Spike, by Jeremy Bulow, Jeffrey Fischer, Jay Creswell Jr.
and Chris Taylor, 24(3) 2003, 121-150

Electricity Economics: Regulation and Deregulation (edited by Geoffrey Rothwell and Tomás Gómez), book review
by Frank Felder, 24(3) 2003, 151-152

Power System Operations and Electricity Markets (Fred I. Denny and David E. Dismukes), book review by Frank
Felder, 24(3) 2003, 153-154

Australia's Coal Exports: Prospects to 2015 (Don Barnett), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 24(3) 2003, 154-
Natural Gas in Asia (Ian Wybrew-Bond, Jonathan Stern, David Fridley, Najeeb Jung, Akira Miyamoto, and Keun-
Wook Paik), book review by Samuel A. Van Vactor, 24(3) 2003, 155-156


Vol 24, Issue 4

SPECIAL ISSUE IN HONOR OF HANS LANDSBERG AND SAM SCHURR

Hans H. Landsberg and Sam H. Schurr: Reflections and Appreciation, by Joel Darmstadter, 24(4) 2003, 1-16

Energy Policies and Their Consequences After 25 Years, by Paul L. Joskow, 24(4) 2003, 17-50

The Role of Knowledge: Technological Innovation in the Energy System, by Robert W. Fri, 24(4) 2003, 51-74

Improving Long-Range Energy Modeling: A Plea for Historical Retrospectives, by Jonathan Koomey, Paul Craig,
Ashok Gadgil and David Lorenzetti, 24(4) 2003, 75-92

Energy and Economic Development: An Assessment of the State of Knowledge, by Michael A. Toman and Barbora
Jemelkova, 24(4) 2003, 93-112

Oil and the Economy: Recent Developments in Historical Perspective, a special issue of The Quarterly Review of
Economics and Finance (edited by James L. Smith), book review by Graham A. Davis, 24(4) 2003, 113-116

Referee Acknowledgments, 24(4) 2003, 117-126

Index to Volume 24, 24(4) 2003, 127-129

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VOLUME 25, 2004

Vol 25. Issue 1

The Effects of Information on Residential Demand for Electricity, by Isamu Matsukawa 25(1) 2004, 1-18

Demand-Side Management and Energy Efficiency in the United States, by David S. Loughran and Jonathan Kulick
25(1) 2004, 19-43.

The Impact of OPEC Conference Outcomes on World Oil Prices 1984-2001, by Franz Wirl and Azra Kukundzic 25(1)
2004, 45-62

The Mechanisms for Autonomous Energy Efficiency Increases: A Cointegration Analysis of the US Energy/GDP Ratio,
by Robert K. Kaufmann 25(1) 2004, 63-86

A Note on Fisher Ideal Index Decomposition for Structural Change in Energy Intensity, by Gale A. Boyd and Joseph
M. Roop 25(1) 2004, 87-100

Energy in a Competitive Market: Essays in Honour of Colin Robinson (edited by Lester C. Hunt), book review by
Maureen S. Crandall, 25(1) 2004, 103-107

Crude Power: Politics and the Oil Market (by Øystein Noreng), book review by André Plourde, 25(1) 2004, 107-109

Oil Company Crisis: Managing Structure, Profitability, and Growth (by Nick Antill and Robert Arnott) book review
by David Knapp, 25(1) 2004, 109-111
On Borrowed Time? Assessing the Threat of Mineral Depletion (by John E. Tilton), book review by Colin Robinson,
25(1) 2004, 111-113


Vol 25. Issue 2

Oil Price Shocks and the Macroeconomy: What Has Been Learned Since 1996, by Donald W. Jones, Paul N. Leiby
and Inja K. Paik , 25(2) 2004, 1-32

Is International Emissions Trading Always Beneficial?, by Mustafa Babiker, John Reilly, and Laurent Viguier, 25(2)
2004, 33-56

EnronOnline and Informational Efficiency in the U.S. Natural Gas Market, by Donald Murry and Zhen Zhu, 25(2)
2004, 57-74

OPEC's Incentives for Faster Output Growth, by Dermot Gately, 25(2) 2004, 75-96

The Impact of Changes in Crude Oil Prices and Offshore Oil Production on the Economic Performance of U.S. Coastal
Gulf States, by Omowumi Iledare and Williams O. Olatubi, 25(2) 2004, 97-113.

Electricity Intensity in the Commercial Sector: Market and Public Program Effects,Marvin J. Horowitz, 25(2) 2004,
115-137

Oil Politics – A Modern History of Petroleum (by Francisco Parra), book review by Campbell Watkins 25(2) 2004,
139-142

Electricity Pricing in Transition (edited by Ahmad Faruqui and Kelly Eakin), book review by Frank Felder, 25(2)
2004, 143-144

Vol 25 Issue 3

Political Economy Obstacles to Fuel Taxation, by Henrik Hammar, Åsa Löfgren and Thomas Sterner, 25(3) 2004, 1-17

Charges, Costs and Market Power: the Deregulated UK Electricity Retail Market, by Evens Salies and Catherine
Waddams Price, 25(3) 2004, 19-35

Costs of Aggregate Hydrocarbon Reserve Additions, by M.A. Adelman and G. Campbell Watkins, 25(3) 2004, 37-51

The Costs of Kyoto for the US Economy, by Terry Barker and Paul Ekins , 25(3) 2004, 53-71

Trading in the Downstream European Gas Market: A Successive Oligopoly Approach, by Maroeska G. Boots, Fieke
A.M. Rijkers and Benjamin F. Hobbs , 25(3) 2004, 73-102

Implied Volatility of Oil Futures Options Surrounding OPEC Meetings, by Stephen M. Horan, Jeffrey H. Peterson and
James Mahar, 25(3) 2004, 103-125.

Environmental Externalities, Market Distortions and the Economics of Renewable Energy Technologies, by Anthony
D. Owen, 25(3) 2004, 127-156.

Competition in European Electricity Markets: A Cross-Country Comparison (edited by Jean-Michel Glachant and
Dominique Finon) book review by Ingo Vogelsang , 25(3) 2004, 157-158

Vol 25. Issue 4

Motor Vehicle Fuel Efficiency and Traffic Fatalities, by Robert B. Noland, 25(4) 2004, 1-22
Estimating the Volatility of Wholesale Electricity Spot Prices in the US, by Lester Hadsell, Achla Marathe and Hany A.
Shawky, 25(4) 2004, 23-40

Trends and Breaks in Per-Capita Carbon Dioxide Emissions, 1870-2028, by Markku Lanne and Matti Liski, 25(4)
2004, 41-65

Does OPEC Matter? An Econometric Analysis of Oil Prices, by Robert Kaufmann, Stephane Dees, Pavlos
Karadeloglou and Marcelo Sanchez, 25(4) 2004, 67-90

Climate Policy and the Steel Industry: Achieving Global Emissions Reductions by an Incomplete Climate Agreement,
by Lars Mathiesen and Ottar Mæstad, 25(4) 2004, 91-114


Pipe Dreams: Greed, Ego, and the Death of Enron (by Robert Bryce), book review by Carol Dahl 25(4) 2004, 115-134

Anatomy of Greed: Unshredded Truth from an Enron Insider (by Brian Cruver) book review by Carol Dahl, 25(4)
2004, 115-134

Enron the Rise and Fall (by Loren Fox) book review byCarol Dahl, 25(4) 2004, 115-134

What Went Wrong at Enron: Everyone’s Guide to the Largest Bankruptcy in U.S. History (by Peter C. Fusaro and Ross
M. Miller) book review by Carol Dahl, 25(4) 2004, 115-134

The Smartest Guys in the Room: The Amazing Rise and Scandalous Fall of Enron (by Bethany McLean and Peter
Elkind) book review by Carol Dahl, 25(4) 2004, 115-134

Power Failure: The Inside Story of the Collapse of Enron (by Mimi Swartz with Sherron Watkins) book review by
Carol Dahl, 25(4) 2004, 115-134

24 Days (by Rebecca Smith and John R. Emshwiller) book review by Carol Dahl, 25(4) 2004, 115-134

Corporate Aftershock: The Public Policy Lessons from the Collapse of Enron and other Major Corporations
(edited by Christopher Culp and William Niskanen) book review by Richard L. Gordon 25(4) 2004, 134-135

The End of a Natural Monopoly: Deregulation and Competition in the Electric Power Industry (edited by P.Z.
Grossman and D.H. Cole) book review by Frank Felder, 25(4) 2004, 135-138

Referee Acknowledgments 25(4) 2004, 139-150

Index to Volume 25, 25(4) 2004, 151-154


VOLUME 26, 2005

Vol 26, Issue 1

Multi-Period VaR-Constrained Portfolio Optimization with Applications to the Electric Power Sector, by Paul R.
Kleindorfer and Lide Li, 26(1), 2005, 1-26

Are Decline Rates Really Exponential? Evidence From the UK Continental Shelf, by A.G. Kemp and A.S. Kasim,
26(1), 2005, 27-50

Inscrutable OPEC? Behavioral Tests of the Cartel Hypothesis, by James L. Smith, 26(1), 51-82

Combining Top-Down and Bottom-Up Approaches to Energy-Economy Modeling Using Discrete Choice Methods,
by Nic Rivers and Mark Jaccard, 26(1), 2005, 83-106
Implementing Kyoto in Canada: The Role of Nuclear Power, by Duane Bratt, 26(1), 2005, 107-122

Electricity Restructuring in Ontario, by Michael J. Trebilcock and Roy Hrab, 26(1), 2005, 123-146

Encyclopedia of Energy (Cutler Cleveland, Editor-in-Chief), book review by Robert L. Bradley, Jr. 26(1), 2005 147-
153

Errata, A Note on the Fisher Ideal Index Decomposition for Structural Change in Energy Intensity, by Gale Boyd
and Joe Roop, 26(1), 2005, p.154.

Vol 26, Issue2

Price Asymmetry in Energy Demand Models: A Proxy for Energy-Saving Technical Change? by James M. Griffin
and Craig T. Shulman, 26(2), 2005, 1-22

Electricity Distribution in the UK and Japan: A Comparative Efficiency Analysis 1985–1998, by Toru Hattori,
Tooraj Jamasb and Michael Pollitt, 26(2), 2005, 23-48

Transporting Russian Gas to Western Europe: A Simulation Analysis, by Christian von Hirschhausen, Berit
Meinhart and Ferdinand Pavel, 26(2), 2005 49-68

Role (The) of Energy in Productivity Growth: A Controversial Issue? by Luis R. Murillo-Zamorano, 26(2), 2005,
69-88

After the Natural Gas Bubble: An Economic Evaluation of the Recent U.S. National Petroleum Council Study, by
Ken Costello, Hillard G. Huntington and James F. Wilson, 26(2), 2005, 89-110

Global Natural Gas Issues and Challenges: A Commentary, by Michelle Michot Foss, 26(2), 2005 111-128

Energy Convergence – The Beginning of the Multi-Commodity Market (Edited by Peter C. Fusaro), book review by
Jose R. P. Manso, 26(2), 2005, 129- 131

Making Technology Work: Applications in Energy and the Environment (John M. Deutch and Richard K. Lester),
book review by Paul Sullivan, 26(2), 2005, 131-132

Energy Price Risk (Tom James), book review by Shree Vikas, 26(2), 2005, 133-136

Vol 26, Issue 3

Why Tax Energy? Towards a More Rational Policy, by David M. Newbery, 26(3), 2005, 1-40

Should Developing Countries Take On Binding Commitments in a Climate Agreement? An Assessment of Gains and
Uncertainty, by Steffen Kallbekken and Hege Westskog, 26(3), 2005, 41-60

A Note on Trends in European Industrial Pollution Intensities: A Divisia Index Approach, by Matthew A. Cole,
Robert J.R. Elliott and Kenichi Shimamoto, 26(3), 2005, 61-74

Econometric Benchmarking of Cost Performance: The Case of U.S. Power Distributors, by Mark Newton Lowry,
Lullit Getachew and David Hovde, 26(3), 2005, 75-92

The Long-Run Effects of Real-Time Electricity Pricing, by Severin Borenstein, 26(3), 2005, 93-116

Energy Security, Managing Risk in a Dynamic Legal and RegulatoryEnvironment (Edited by Barry Barton,
Catherine Redgwell, Anita Rønne and Donald N. Zillman), book review by James Chalker, 26(3), 2005, 117-118
Transport Pricing of Electricity Networks (Edited by François Lévêque), book review by Kevin Forbes, 26(3), 2005,
119-122

Energy at the Crossroads: Global Perspectives and Uncertainties, (by Vaclav Smil), book review by Richard L.
Gordon, 26(3), 2005, 122-134

Why Carbon Fuels Will Dominate the 21st Century’s Global Energy Economy, (by Peter R. Odell), book review by
Richard L. Gordon, 26(3), 2005, 122-134

Scarcity and Growth Considering Oil and Energy: An Alternative NeoClassical View, (by Douglas B. Reynolds),
book review by Richard L. Gordon, 26(3), 2005, 122-134

Energy: The Master Resource: An Introduction to the History, Technology, Economics, and Public Policy of
Energy, (by Robert L. Bradley, Jr. and Richard W. Fulmer), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 26(3), 2005 122-
134

The Oil Supply Dilemma: The Financial Positions and Investment Needs of Major Oil Exporters Special Report, (by
Sharif Ghalib and David Knapp), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 26(3), 2005, 122-134.


Vol 26, Issue 4

Assessing Emission Regulation in Europe: An Interactive Simulation Approach, by Christoph Bohringer, Tim
Hoffmann, Andreas Lange, Andreas Loschel and Ulf Moslener, 26(4), 2005, 1-22

Systematic Features of High-Frequency Volatility in Australian Electricity Markets: Intraday Patterns, Information
Arrival and Calendar Effects, by Helen Higgs and Andrew C. Worthington, 26(4), 2005, 23-42

Decentralizing a Regulatory Standard Expressed in Ratio or Intensity Form, by Ross McKitrick, 26(4), 2005, 43-52

Petroleum Prospect Valuation and the Option to Drill Again, by James L. Smith, 26(4), 2005, 53-68


The More Cooperation, the More Competition: A Cournot Analysis of the Benefits of Market Coupling, by
Benjamin F. Hobbs, Fieke A.M. Rijkers, and Maroeska G. Boots, 26(4), 2005, 53-68


The Economic Effects of Border Measures in Subglobal Climate Agreements, by Mustafa H. Babiker and Thomas F.
Rutherford, 26(4), 2005, 101-128

Angola: Anatomy of an Oil State, 2nd Edition, (by Tony Hodges), book review by Graham Davis, 26(4), 2005, 129-
132

The Economics of Hydroelectric Power, (by Brian K. Edwards), book review by J. Tyler Hodge
26(4), 2005, 133-136,

Referee Acknowledgments 26(4) 2005, 137-147

Index to Volume 25, 26(4) 2005, 149-153


2005 SPECIAL ISSUE
EUROPEAN ELECTRICITY LIBERALISATION

Editor’s Preface by Campbell Watkins (Special Issue, European Electricity Liberalisation ) 2005, p. v.
Introduction by David Newbery, (Sepcial Issue, European Electricity Liberalistion) 2005, p 1-10.

Electricy Market Reform in the European Union: Review of Progress Toward Liberalisation and Integration, by Tooraj
Jamasb and Michael Pollitt, (Special Issue: European Electricity Liberalisation) 2005, 11-42.

Electricity Liberalisation in Britain: The Quest for a Satisfactory Wholesale Market Design, by David Newbery
(Special Issue: European Electricity Liberalisation), 43-70

The Nordic Market: Signs of Stress, by Nils-Henrik von der Fehr, Eirik S. Amundsen and Lars Bergman, (Special
Issue: European Electricity Liberalisation), 2005, 71-98

Regulating the Electricity Supply Industry in Germany, by Gert Brunekreeft and Sven Twelemann, (Special Issue:
European Electricity Liberalisation) 2005, 99-126

The Spanish Electricity Industry: Plus ca change…, by Claude Crampes and Natalia Fabra (Special Issue: European
Electricity Liberalisation) 2005, 127-154

Liberalising the Dutch Electricity Market 1998-2004, by Eric van Damme, (Special Issue: European Electricity
Liberalisation) 2005, 155-180

A Competitive Fringe in the Shadow of State Monopoly: The Case of France, by Jean-Michel Glachant and Dominique
Finon (Special Issue: European Electricity Liberalisation) 2005, 181-204

Authors’ Biographies (Special issue: European Electricity Liberalisation) 2005, 205-208




VOLUME 27, 2006

Vol 27, Issue 1

Markets for Power in the United States: An Interim Assessment, by Paul Joskow, 27(1) 2006, 1-36

A Real Options Approach to Evaluating New Nuclear Power Plants, by Geoffrey Rothwell, 27(1) 2006, 37-54

Does Oil Price Uncertainty Affect Energy Use? by Gerard H. Kuper and Daan P. van Soest, 27(1) 2006, 55-78

Impacts of the European Emissions Trading Scheme Directive and Permit Assignment Methods on the Spanish
Electricity Sector, by Pedro Linares, Francisco Javier Santos, Mariano Ventosa, Luis Lapiedra, 27(1) 2006, 79-98

Market Integration in the International Coal Industry: A Cointegration Approach, by Linda Wårell, 27(1) 2006, 99-
118

Measuring Gains from Regional Dispatch: Coal-Fired Power Plant Utilization and the Efficiency of Market Reforms,
by Stratford Douglas, 27(1) 2006, 119-138

Seven Centuries of Energy Services: The Price and Use of Light in the United Kingdom (1300–2000), by
Roger Fouquet and Peter J.G. Pearson, 27(1) 2006, 139-177

International Energy Markets: Understanding Pricing, Policies, and Profits (Carol A. Dahl), book review by David
Nissen, 27(1) 2006, 179-181


Vol 27, Issue 2
Emissions Trading, CDM, JI, and More – The Climate Strategy on the EU, by Gernot Klepper and Sonja Peterson,
27(2) 2006, 1-26

The UK Market for Natural Gas, Oil and Electricity – Are The Prices Decoupled? by Frank Asche, Petter
Osmundsen and Maria Sandsmark, 27(2) 2006, 27-40

Achieving Gasoline Price Stability in the U.S.: A Modest Proposal, by Mark S. LeClair, 27(2) 2006, 41-54

Testing for Market Integration: Crude Oil, Coal and Natural Gas, by Lance J. Bachmeier and James M. Griffin,
27(2) 2006, 55-72

Carbon Abatement Costs: Why the Wide Range of Estimates? by Carolyn Fischer and Richard D. Morgenstern,
27(2) 2006, 73-86

A Residential Energy Demand System for Spain, by Xavier Labandeira, Jose M. Labeaga, and Miguel Rodriguez,
27(2) 2006, 87-112

Searching for Triple Dividends in South Africa: Fighting CO2 Pollution and Poverty While Promoting Growth, by
Jan van Heerden, Reyer Gerlagh, James Blignaut, Mark Horridge, Sebastiaan Hess, Ramos Mabugu and Margaret
Mabugu, 27(2) 2006, 113-142

Allocating the Added Value of Energy Policies, by Frederick H. Murphy and Edward C. Rosenthal, 27(2) 2006, 143-
156

Electricity Price Volatility and the Marginal Cost of Congestion: An Empirical Study of the NYISO Market, 2001-
2004, by Lester Hadsell and Hany A. Shawky, 27(2) 2006, 157-180


Energy in the 21st Century (by John R. Fanchi) Book review by Anna Pechatnikov, 27(2) 2006, 181-182

Energy & Security: Toward A New Foreign Policy Strategy (by Jan H. Kalicki and David L. Goldwyn, eds.) Book
review by Peter van Doren, 27(2) 2006, 183-187


Vol 27, Issue 3

A Note on Price Asymmetry as Induced Technical Change, by Hillard G. Huntington, 27(3) 2006, 1-8

Examining Asymmetric Behavior in US Petroleum Futures and Spot Prices, by Bradley T. Ewing, Shawkat M.
Hammoudeh and Mark A. Thompson, 27(3) 2006, 9-24

Options and Instruments for a Deep Cut in CO2 Emissions: Carbon Capture or Renewables, Taxes or Subsidies? by
Reyer Gerlagh and Bob van der Zwaan, 27(3) 2006, 25-48

Valuation of International Oil Companies, by Petter Osmundsen, Frank Asche, Bard, Misund and Klaus Mohn, 27(3)
2006, 49-64

From Investor-owned Utility to Independent Power Producer, by Jun Ishii, 27(3) 2006, 65-90

Is the Strategic Petroleum Reserve Our Ace in the Hole? by Timothy J. Considine, 27(3) 2006, 91-112

The Timing of Biological Carbon Sequestration and Carbon Abatement in the Energy Sector Under Optimal
Strategies Against Climate Risks, by Vincent Gitz, Jean-Charles Hourcade, and Philippe Ciais, 27(3) 2006, 113-134
Modeling Economy-wide vs Sectoral Climate Policies Using Combined Aggregate-Sectoral Models, by William
Pizer, Dallas Burtraw, Winston Harrington, Richard Newell, and James Sanchirico, 27(3) 2006, 135-168


The Regulation of Power Exchanges in Europe (by Martha M. Roggenkamp and François Boisseleau, eds), book re-
view by James Chalker, 27(3) 2006, 169-170

Sustainable Energy in Developing Countries: Policy Analysis and Case Studies (by Peter Meier and Mohan
Munasinghe), book review by Franz Wirl, 27(3) 2006, 174-176

The Economics of Energy Vol. I and II, (edited by Paul Stevens), book review by Carol Dahl, 27(3) 2006, 176-180

The Urban Household Energy Transition: Social and Environmental Impacts in the Developing World, (by Douglas
F. Barnes, Kerry Krutilla and William F. Hyde), book review by Carol Dahl, 27(3) 2006, 171-174

The Future of Russian Gas and Gazprom (by Jonathan P. Stern), book review by Zauresh Atakhanova, 27(3) 2006,
181-184



Vol 27, Issue 4

Nuclear Power: A Hedge against Uncertain Gas and Carbon Prices? by Fabien A. Roques, William J. Nuttall, David
M. Newbery, Richard de Neufville, and Stephen Connors, 27(4) 2006, 1-24

Optimal CO2 Abatement with Socio-economic Inertia and Induced Technological Change, by Malte Schwoon and
Richard S.J. Tol, 27(4) 2006, 25-60

Oil Price Shocks and the U.S. Stagflation in the 1970s: Some Insights from GEM, by Benjamin Hunt, 27(4) 2006,
61-80

Forecasting Nonlinear Crude Oil Futures Prices, by Saeed Moshiri and Faezeh Foroutan, 27(4) 2006, 81-96

Electricity Transmission Pricing and Performance-Based Regulation, by Ingo Vogelsang, 27(4) 2006, 97-126

Short-Run Effects of Time-Varying Prices in Competitive Electricity Markets, by Stephen P. Holland and Erin T.
Mansur, 27(4) 2006, 127-156

Energy Prices and Turning Points: the Relationship between Income and Energy Use/Carbon Emissions, by Amy K.
Richmond and Robert K. Kaufmann, 27(4) 2006, 157-180

Electricity Deregulation: Choices and Challenges, (edited by James M. Griffin and Steven L. Puller), book review
by Frank Felder, 27(4) 2006, 181-183

Energy and Sustainable Development in Mexico, (by John R. Moroney and Flory Dieck-Assad), book review by
James L. Smith, 27(4) 2006, 183-188

Referee Acknowledgments, 27(4) 2006, 189-198

Index to Volume 27 2006, 199-206



ENDOGENOUS TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE AND THE ECONOMICS OF ATMOSPHERIC
STABILISATION
SPECIAL ISSUE #1
2006

Editor’s Preface by Adonis Yatchew (Special Issue on Endogenous Technological Change and the Economics of
Atmospheric Stabilisation), 2006, p. vii

Introduction by Michael Grubb, Carlo Carraro and John Schellnhuber (Special Issue on Endogenous Technological
Change and the Economics of Atmospheric Stabilisation), 2006, 1-16

Technical Overview by Jonathan Kohler, Michael Grubb, David Popp, and Ottmar Edenhofer ( Sepcial Issue on
Endogenous Technological Change and the Economics of Atmospheric Stabilization), 2006, 15-55

Synthesis Report, by Ottmar Edenhofer, Kai Lessmann, Claudia Kemfert, Michael Grubb and Jonathan Köhler
(Special Issue on Endogenous Technological Change and the Economics of Atmospheric Stabilisation), 2006, 57-
107

Induced Technological Change in a Limited Foresight Optimization Model, by Fredrik Hedenus, Christian Azar and
Kristian Lindgren (Special Issue on Endogenous Technological Change and the Economics of Atmospheric
Stabilisation), 2006, 109-122

Importance of Technological Change and Spillovers in Long-Term Climate Policy, by Shilpa Rao, Ilkka Keppo and
Keywan Riahi (Special Issue on Endogenous Technological Change and the Economics of Atmospheric
Stabilisation), 2006, p 123-139

Analysis of Technological Portfolios for CO2 Stabilizations and Effects of Technological Changes, by Fuminori
Sano, Keigo Akimoto, Takashi Homma and Toshimasa Tomoda (Special Issue on Endogenous Technological
Change and the Economics of Atmospheric Stabilisation), 2006, 141-161

Comparison of Climate Policies in the ENTICE-BR Model, by David Popp (Special Issue on Endogenous
Technological Change and the Economics of Atmospheric Stabilisation), 2006, 163-174

Assessment of CO2 Reductions and Economic Impacts Considering Energy-Saving Investments, by Toshihiko
Masui, Tatsuya Hanaoka, Saeko Hikita, and Mikiko Kainuma (Special Issue on Endogenous Technological Change
and the Economics of Atmospheric Stabilisation), 2006, 175-190

The Dynamics of Carbon and Energy Intensity in a Model of Endogenous Technical Change, by Valentina Bosetti,
Carlo Carraro and Marzio Galeotti (Special Issue on Endogenous Technological Change and the Economics of
Atmospheric Stabilisation), 2006, 191-205

Mitigation Strategies and Costs of Climate Protection: The Effects of ETC in the Hybrid Model MIND, by Ottmar
Edenhofer, Kai Lessmann and Nico Bauer (Special Issue on Endogenous Technological Change and the Economics
of Atmospheric Stabilisation), 2006, 207-222

ITC in a Global Growth-Climate Model with CCS, The Value of Induced Technical Change for Climate
Stabilization, by Reyer Gerlagh (Special Issue on Endogenous Technological Change and the Economics of
Atmospheric Stabilisation), 2006, 223-240

Decarbonizing the Global Economy with Induced Technological Change:Scenarios to 2100 using E3MG, by Terry
Barker, Haoran Pan, Jonathan Köhler, Rachel Warren and Sarah Winne (Special Issue on Endogenous
Technological Change and the Economics of Atmospheric Stabilisation), 2006, 241-258

Endogenous Structural Change and Climate Targets Modeling experiments with IMACLIM-R, by Renaud Crassous,
Jean-Charles Hourcade, Olivier Sassi (Special Issue on Endogenous Technological Change and the Economics of
Atmospheric Stabilisation), 2006, 259-276
Short biographies of the contributing authors (Special Issue on Endogenous Technological Change and the
Economics of Atmospheric Stabilisation), 2006, 279-283




HYBRID MODELING OF ENERGY-ENVIRONMENT POLICIES: RECONCILING BOTTOM-UP AND
TOP-DOWN

SPECIAL ISSUE #2
2006

Hybrid Modeling: New Answers to Old Challenges - Introduction to the Special Issue of The Energy Journal by
Jean-Charles Hourcade, Mark Jaccard, Chris Bataille, and Frederic Ghersi (Hybrid Modeling Special Issue) 2006, 1-
12

A World induced Technical Change Hybrid Model by Valentina Bosetti, Carlo Carraro, Marzio Galeotti, Emanuele
Massetti, Massimo Tavoni (Hybrid Modeling Special Issue) 2006, 13-38

Macroeconomic Consistency issues in E3 Modeling: The Continued Fable of the Elephant and the Rabbit by
Frederic Ghersi and Jean-Charles Hourcade (Hybrid Modeling Special Issue) 2006, 39-62

The objECTS Framework for integrated Assessment: Hybrid Modeling of Transportation by Son H. Kim, Jae
Edmonds, Josh Lurz, Steven J. Smith, and Marshall Wise (Hybrid Modeling Special Issue) 2006, 63-92

Towards General Equilibrium in a Technology-Rich Model with Empirically Estimated Behavioral Parameters by
Chris Bataille, Mark Jaccard, John Nyboer and Nic Rivers (Hybrid Model Modeling Special Issue) 2006, 93-112

Combining Energy Technology Dynamics and Macroeconometrics: The E3MG Model by Jonathan Kohler, Terry
Barker, Dennis Anderson and Haoran Pan (Hybrid Modeling Special Issue) 2006 113-134

Promoting Renewable Energy in Europe: A Hybrid Computable General Equilibrium Approach by Christoph
Bohringer and Andreas Loschel (Hybrid Modeling Special Issue) 2006, 134-150

Modeling Detailed Energy-Efficiency Technologies and Technology Policies within a CGE Framework by
John A. "Skip" Laitner and Donald A. Hanson (Hybrid Modeling Special Issue) 2006, 151-170

Experiments with a Hybrid CGE-MARKAL Model by Andreas Schafer and Henry D. Jacoby (Hybrid Modeling
Special Issue) 2006, 171-179


MULTI-GREENHOUSE GAS MITIGATION AND CLIMATE POLICY

SPECIAL ISSUE #3
2006

Overview of EMF-21: Multigas Mitigation and Climate Policy by John P. Weyant, Francisco C. de la Chesnaye,
and Geoff J. Blanford (Multi-Greenhouse Gas Special Issue) 2006, 1-32

Global Anthropogenic Methane and Nitrous Oxide Emissions by Elizabeth A. Scheehle and Dina Kruger (Multi-
Greenhouse Gas Special Issue) 2006, 33-44

Mitigation of Methane and Nitrous Oxide Emissions from Waste, Energy and Industry, by K. Casey Delhotal,
Francisco C. de la Chesnaye, Ann Gardiner, Judith Bates, and Alexei Sankovski (Multi-Greenhouse Gas Special
Issue) 2006, 45-62

Estimating Future Emissions and Potential Reductions of HFCs, PFCs, and SF6, by Deborah Ottinger Schaefer,
Dave Godwin, and Jochen Harnisch (Multi-Greenhouse Gas Special Issue) 2006, 63-88

Methane and Nitrous Oxide Mitigation in Agriculture, by Benjamin J. DeAngelo, Francisco C. de la Chesnaye,
Robert H. Beach, Allan Sommer and Brian C. Murray (Multi-Greenhouse Gas Special Issue) 2006, 89-108

Carbon Sequestration in Global Forests Under Different Carbon Price Regimes, by Brent Sohngen and Roger Sedjo
(Multi-Greenhouse Gas Special Issue) 2006, 109-126

GHG Mitigation Potential, Costs and Benefits in Global Forests: A Dynamic Partial Equilibrium Approach, by
Jayant Sathaye, Willy Makundi, Larry Dale, Peter Chan, and Kenneth Andrasko (Multi-Greenhouse Gas Special
Issue) 2006, 127-162

Flexible Multi-gas Climate Policies, by Jesper Jensen (Multi-Greenhouse Gas Special Issue) 2006, 163-176

The Role of Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gases in Climate Change Mitigation: Long-term Scenarios for the 21st Century,
by Shilpa Rao and Keywan Riahi (Multi-Greenhouse Gas Special Issue) 2006, 177-200

Long-Term Multi-Gas Scenarios to Stabilise Radiative Forcing - Exploring Costs and Benefits Within an Integrated
Assessment Framework, by D.P. van Vuuren, B. Eickhout, P.L. Lucas and M.G.J. den Elzen (Multi-Greenhouse Gas
Special Issue) 2006, 201-234

Multi-Gas Emission Reduction for Climate Change Policy: An Application of Fund, by Richard S.J. Tol (Multi-
Greenhouse Gas Special Issue) 2006, 235-250

Impacts of Multi-gas Strategies for Greenhouse Gas Emission Abatement: Insights from a Partial Equilibrium
Model, by Patrick Criqui, Peter Russ and Daniel Deybe (Multi-Greenhouse Gas Special Issue) 2006, 251-274

Multigas Mitigation: An Economic Analysis Using GRAPE Model, by Atsushi Kurosawa (Multi-Greenhouse Gas
Special Issue) 2006, 275-288

Burden Sharing Within a Multi-Gas Strategy , by Alain Bernard, Marc Vielle and Laurent Viguier (Multi-
Greenhouse Gas Special Issue) 2006, 289-304

Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gases in the Second Generation Model, by Allen A. Fawcett and Ronald D. Sands (Multi-
Greenhouse Gas Special Issue) 2006, 305-322

Benefits of Multi-Gas Mitigation: An Application of the Global Trade and Environment Model (GTEM), by
Guy Jakeman and Brian S. Fisher (Multi-Greenhouse Gas Special Issue) 2006, 323-342

Multi-gas Mitigation Analysis on Stabilization Scenarios Using Aim Global Model, by Junichi Fujino, Rajesh Nair,
Mikiko Kainuma, Toshihiko Masui and Yuzuru Matsuoka (Multi-Greenhouse Gas Special Issue) 2006, 343-354

Technology Policy and World Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the AMIGA Modeling System, by Donald A. Hanson
and John A. "Skip" Laitner (Multi-Greenhouse Gas Special Issue) 2006, 355-372

Multi-Gas Forcing Stabilization with Minicam, by Steven J. Smith and T.M.L. Wigley (Multi-Greenhouse Gas
Special Issue) 2006, 373-392

The Role of Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gases and Carbon Sinks in Meeting Climate Objectives , by Alan S. Manne and
Richard G. Richels (Multi-Greenhouse Gas Special Issue) 2006, 393-404
Efficiency Gains from "What"-Flexibility in Climate Policy An Integrated CGE Assessment, by Christoph
Bohringer, Andreas Loschel and Thomas F. Rutherford (Multi-Greenhouse Gas Special Issue) 2006, 405-424

Multi-Gas Mitigation Analysis by IPAC, by Kejun Jiang, Xiulian Hu, Zhu Songli (Multi-Greenhouse Gas Special
Issue) 2006, 425-440

Economic Impact Assessment of Climate Change - A Multi-gas Investigation with WIAGEM-GTAPEL-ICM, by
Claudia Kemfert, Truong P. Truong, and Thomas Bruckner (Multi-Greenhouse Gas Special Issue) 2006, 441-460

India’s Non-CO2 GHG Emissions: Development Pathways and Mitigation Flexibility, by P. R. Shukla, Amit Garg,
Manmohan Kapshe, Rajesh Nair (Multi-Greenhouse Gas Special Issue) 2006, 461-484

Costs Savings of a Flexible Multi-Gas Climate Policy, by Asbjorn Aaheim, Jan S. Fuglestvedt and Odd Godal
(Multi-Greenhouse Gas Special Issue) 2006, 485-502

The Role of Non-CO2 GHGs in Climate Policy: Analysis Using the MIT IGSM, by John Reilly, Marcus Sarofim,
Sergey Paltsev and Ronald Prinn (Multi-Greenhouse Gas Special Issue) 2006, 503-521




VOLUME 28, 2007

Vol 28, Issue 1

Expectations and the Evolving World Gas Market, by Dagobert L. Brito and Peter L. Hartley, 28(1) 2007, 1-24

Fuel Efficiency and Motor Vehicle Travel: The Declining Rebound Effect, by Kenneth Small and Kurt Van Dender,
28(1) 2007, 25-52

Customer Response to RTP in Competitive Markets: A Study of Niagara Mohawk’s Standard Offer Tarriff, by
Richard N. Boisvert, Peter Cappers, Charles Goldman, Bernie Neenan and Nicole Hopper, 28(1) 2007, 53-74

Willingness to Pay among Swedish Households to Avoid Power Outages: A Random Parameter Tobit Model
Approach, by Fredrik Carlsson and Peter Martinsson, 28(1), 2007 75-90

Energy and Carbon Dynamics at Advances Stages of Development: An Analysis of the U.S. States, 1960-1999, by
Joseph E. Aldy, 28(1), 2007 91-112

Netting of Capacity in Interconnector Auctions, by Felix Hoffler and Tobias Wittmann, 28(1), 2007 113-144

How Maleable are the Greenhouse Gas Emission Intensities of the G7 Nations? By Chris Bataille, Nic Rivers,
Paulus Mau, Chris Joseph, and Jian-Jun Tu, 28(1), 2007 145-170

Over a Barrel (by Mamdouh G. Salameh) and Over a Barrel: Breaking the Middle East Oil Cartel (by Raymond J.
Learsy), book review by Michael C. Lynch, 28(1), 2007 171-172

Electricity Market Reform: An International Perspective (edited by Fereidoon P. Sioshansi and Wolfgang
Pfaffenberger), book review by Frank A. Felder, 28(1), 2007 173-174

Russian Oil Supply: Performance and Prospects (by John D. Grace), book review by Jennifer I. Considine, 28(1),
2007 175-177

Beyond Oil and Gas: The Methanol Economy (by George A. Olah, Alain Goeppert and G.K. Surya Prakash), book
review by Daniel Sperling, 28(1), 2007 178-179
Vol 28, Issue 2

Market Power and Network Constrain in a Deregulated Electricity Market, In-Koo Cho and Hyunsook Kim, 28(2),
2007, 1-34

Supply Function Equilibrium with Asymmetric Capacities and Constant Marginal Costs, by Par Holmberg, 28(2)
2007, 55-82

Measuring Potential Gains from Megers among Electricity Distribution Companies in Turkey using a Non-
Parametric Model, by Necmiddin Bagdadioglu, Catherine Waddams Price, and Thomas Weyman-Jones, 28(2) 2007,
83-110

Customer Risk from Real-Time Retail Electricity Pricing: Bill Volatility and Hedgability, by Severin Borenstein,
28(2) 2007, 111-130


Wealth Transfers Among Large Customers from Implementing Real-Time Retail Electricity Pricing, by Severin
Borenstein, 28(2) 2007, 131-150


Habit Formation and Consumption of Energy for Housing: Evidence from a Panel of Danish Households, by Soren
Leth-Petersen, 28(2) 2007, 35-54

What Oil Export Levels Should We Expect from OPEC?, by Dermot Gately, 28(2) 2007 151-174

From Edison to Enron: The Business of Power and What It Means for the Future of Electricity (by Richard
Munson), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 28(2) 2007, 175-177

Energy, Economics and Politics in the Caspian Region (by Maureen S. Crandall), book review by Paul Stevens,
28(2) 2007, 178-180

Emissions Trading Principles and Practice, second edition (by T.H. Tietenberg), book review by Roy Boyd, 28(2)
2007, 180-181

European Energy Law Report III. (M Roggenkamp and U. Hammer, eds), book review by Eugene D. Cross, 28(2)
2007, 182-185


Vol 28, Issue 3


Energy Economics: A Place for Energy Poverty in the Research Agenda? by Fatih Birol, 28(3) 2007, 1-6

Technical Change Theory and Learning Curves: Patterns of Progress in Electricity Generation Technologies, by
Tooraj Jamasb, 28(3) 2007, 51-72

The “Supply-of-Storage” for Natural Gas in California, by Rocio Uria and Jeffrey Williams, 28(3) 2007, 31-50

Nonlinear Dynamics in Energy Futures, by Mariano Matilla-Garcia, 28(3) 2007, 7-30

Price Effects of Botique Motor Fuels: Federal Environmental Standards, Regional Fuel Choices, and Local Gasoline
Prices, by Frank W. Rusco and W. David Walls, 28(3) 2007, 145-164

Changes in Electricity Demand in the United States from the 1970s to 2003, by Marvin Horowitz, 28(3) 2007, 93-
120
CO2 Prices, Energy and Weather, by Maria Mansanet Batller, Angel Pardo Tornero and Enric Valor I Mico, 28(3)
2007, 73-92

An Oligopolistic Electricity Model with Interdependent Market Segments, by Pierre Olivier Pineau and Georges
Zaccour, 28(3) 2007, 165-186

Informational Efficiency and Interchange Transactions in Alberta’s Electricity Market, by Mattia Bianchi and
Apostolos Serletis, 28(3) 2007, 121-144

Gas Prices in the UK: Markets and Insecurity of Supply, (by Philip Wright), book review by Richard Green, 28(3)
2007, 187-189

Sustainable Fossil Fuel: The Unusual Suspects in the Quest for Clean and Enduring Energy (by Mark Jaccard),
book review by Richard L. Gordon, 28(3) 2007, 189-192


Vol 28, Issue 4

Should Automobile Fuel Economy Standards be Tightened? by Carolyn Fischer and Winston Harrington, and Ian
W.H. Parry, 28(4) 2007, 1-30

Oil Shocks and Real U.S. Income, by Hillard G. Huntington, 28(4) 2007, 31-46

Carbon Capture Retrofits and the Cost of Regulatory Uncertainty, by Peter S. Reinelt and David W. Keith, 28(4)
2007, 101-128

The Efficiency and Robustness of Allowance Banking in the U.S. Acid Rain Program, by A. Denny Ellerman and
Juan-Pablo Montero, 28(4) 2007, 47-72


Technology Treaties and Fossil-Fuels Extraction, by Jon Strand, 28(4) 2007, 129-142

Vehicle Ownership and Income Growth, Worldwide: 1960-2030, by Joyce Dargay, Dermot Gately and Martin
Sommer, 28(4) 2007, 143-170

A Quantitative Analysis of the Relationship between Congestion and Reliability in Electric Power Networks, by Seth
Blumsack, Lester B. Lave, and Marija Ilic, 28(4) 2007, 101-128

The Age of Oil: The Mythology, History, and Future of the World’s Most Controversial Resource, (by Leonardo
Maugeri), book review by Justin Dargin, 28(4) 2007, 173-178

Natural Gas and Geopolitics From 1970 to 2040, (by D. G. Victor, A. M. Jaffe, and M.H. Hayes), book review by
Anna Pechatnikov, 28(4) 2007, 171-172



VOLUME 29, 2008

Vol 29, Issue 1


Electricity Liberalization in the European Union: Balancing Benefits and Risks, by Jacques Percebois, 29(1) 2008,
1-20
Household Energy Demand and the Equity and Efficiency Aspects of Subsidy Reform in Indonesia, by Susan Olivia
and John Gibson, 29(1) 2008, 21-40

The Impact of Automobile Diffusion on the Income Elasticity of Motor Fuel Demand, by François Lescaroux and
Olivier Rech, 29(1) 2008, 41-60

Do Prices for Petroleum Products Converge in a Unified Europe with Non-Harmonized Tax Rates? by Axel Dreher
and Tim Krieger, 29(1) 2008, 61-88

Oil Risk in Oil Stocks, by Bert Scholtens and Lei Wang, 29(1) 2008, 89-112

Evidence of a Shift in the Short-Run Price Elasticity of Gasoline Demand, by Jonathan E. Hughes, Christopher R.
Knittel and Daniel Sperling, 29(1) 2008, 113-134

Modelling the Health Related Benefits of Environmental Policies and Their Feedback Effects: A CGE Analysis for
the EU Countries with GEM-E3, by Inge Mayeres and Denise Van Regemorter, 29(1) 2008, 135-150

Large Oil Shocks and the US Economy: Infrequent Incidents with Large Effects, by Marc Gronwald, 29(1) 2008,
151-172

Hacia El Futuro: Energy, Economics and the Environment in 21st Century Mexico, (by Maria Eugenia Ibarrarán
and Roy Boyd), book review by Edward J. Balistreri, 29(1) 2008, 173-174

Electric Choices: Deregulation and the Future of Electric Power (edited by Andrew N. Kleit), book review by
Frank Felder, 29(1) 2008, 175-176

The Economics of Public Utilities, (by Ray Rees) and The Political Economy of Regulation, (edited by Thomas P.
Lyon), book reviews by Richard L. Gordon, 29(1) 2008, 177-178

Vol 29, Issue 2


The Impact of Climate Policies on the Operation of a Thermal Power Plant, by Orvika Rosnes, 29(2) 2008, 1-22

Estimating Plant Level Energy Efficiency with a Stochastic Frontier, by Gale A. Boyd, 29(2) 2008, 23-44

What Drives Natural Gas Prices? by Stephen P. A. Brown and Mine K. Yücel, 29(2) 2008, 45-60

Modeling Peak Oil, by Stephen P. Holland, 29(2) 2008, 61-80

Pollution and the Price of Power, by Donald N. Dewees, 29(2) 2008, 81-100

Impacts of Responsive Load in PJM: Load Shifting and Real Time Pricing, by Kathleen Spees and Lester Lave,
29(2) 2008, 101-120

Combined Heat and Power in Commercial Buildings: Investment and Risk Analysis, by Karl Magnus Maribu and
Stein-Erik Fleten, 29(2) 2008, 123-150

Impacts of Market-based Environmental and Generation Policy on Scrubber Electricity Usage, by Allen Bellas and
Ian Lange, 29(2) 2008, 151-164

The Competitive Effects of Ownership of Financial Transmission Rights in a Deregulated Electricity Industry, by
Manho Joung, Ross Baldick and You Seok Son, 29(2) 2008, 165-184

China and the Global Energy Crisis: Development and Prospects for China’s Oil and Natural Gas, (by Tatsu
Kambara and Christopher Howe), book review by James D. Hamilton, 29(2) 2008, 185-186
The Political Economy of Power Sector Reform: The Experiences of Five Major Developing Countries, (by David
G. Victor and Thomas C. Heller), book review by Einar Hope, 29(2) 2008, 186-187

Vol 29, Issue 3

An Empirical Analysis of Energy Intensity and Its Determinants at the State Level, by Gilbert E. Metcalf, 29(3)
2008, 1-26

Natural Gas Demand in the European Household Sector, by Frank Asche, Odd Bjarte Nilsen and Ragnar Tveterås,
29(3) 2008, 27-46

The Relationship of Natural Gas to Oil Prices, by Peter R. Hartley, Kenneth B Medlock III and Jennifer E. Rosthal,
29(3) 2008, 47-66

Carbon Tax or Carbon Permits: The Impact on Generators’ Risks, by Richard Green, 29(3) 2008, 67-90

Demand-Side Management and Energy Efficiency Revisited, Maximilian Auffhammer, Carl Blumstein and Meredith
Fowlie, 29(3) 2008, 91-104

Randomly Modulated Periodic Signals in Australia’s National Electricity Market, by John Foster, Melvin J. Hinich
and Phillip Wild, 29(3) 2008, 105-130

Learning-by-Doing and the Optimal Solar Policy in California, by Arthur van Benthem, Kenneth Gillingham and
James Sweeney, 29(3) 2008, 131-152

Technological Modifications in the Nitrogen Oxides Tradable Permit Program, by Joshua Linn, 29(3) 2008, 153-176

Competitive Electricity Markets and Sustainability, (edited by François Lévêque), book review by Frank A. Felder,
29(3) 2008, 177-179

 The Politics of the Environment: Ideas, Activism, Policy, (by Neil Carter), book review by Daniel Kaffine, 29(3)
2008, 180-182

Vol 29, Issue 4

Factors Affecting an Economy’s Tolerance and Delay of Response to the Impact of a Positive Oil Price Shock, by
Bwo-Nung Huang, 29(4) 2008, 1-34

High Frequency Export and Price Responses in the Ontario Electricity Market, by Angelo Melino and Nawaz
Peerbocus, 29(4) 2008, 35-52

Efforts and Efficiency in Oil Exploration: A Vector Error-Correction Approach, by Klaus Mohn, 29(4) 2008, 53-78

Threshold Cointegration Analysis of Crude Oil Benchmarks, by Shawkat M. Hammoudeh, Bradley T. Ewing, and
Mark A. Thompson, 29(4) 2008, 79-96

An Empirical Analysis of Urban Form, Transport, and Global Warming, by Fabio Grazi, Jeroen C.J van den Bergh,
and Jos van Ommeren, 29(4) 2008, 97-122

Economies of Scale and Scope in the Swiss Multi-Utilities Sector, by Mehdi Farsi, Aurelio Fetz, and Massimo
Filippini, 29(4) 2008, 123-144

Identifying the Rebound: Evidence from a German Household Panel, by Manuel Frondel, Jorg Peters, and Colin
Vance, 29(4) 2008, 145-164
Electricity and Energy Policy in Britain, France and the United States since 1945, (by Martin Chick), book review
by Richard L. Gordon, 29(4) 2008, 165-166

The Strategic Petroleum Reserve: U.S. Energy Security and Oil Politics, 1975-2005, (by Bruce Beaubouef), book
review by Peter Van Doren, 29(4) 2008, 167-168

A Handbook of Primary Commodities in the Global Economy, (by Marian Radetzki), book review by Roberto F.
Aguilera, 29(4) 2008, 168-170




SPECIAL ISSUE TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE CONTRIBUTION OF
CAMPBELL WATKINS TO ENERGY ECONOMICS
2008

Preface by Alexander G. Kemp (Campbell Watkins Special Issue) 2008, vi

Reserve Prices and Mineral Resource Theory, by M.A. Adelman and G.C. Watkins ( Campbell Watkins Special
Issue) 2008, 1-16

Perspectives on Nonparametric and Semiparametric Modeling, by Adonis Yatchew (Campbell Watkins Special
Issue) 2008, 17-30

Modeling energy use and technological change for policy makers: Campbell Watkins’ contribution as a researcher-
practitioner, by Mark Jaccard (Campbell Watkins Special Issue) 2008, 31-42

Managing a Portfolio of Real Options: Sequential Exploration of Dependent Prospects, by James L. Smith and Rex
Thompson (Campbell Watkins Special Issue) 2008, 43-62

New Entrant and Closure Provisions: How do they distort? By Denny Ellerman (Campbell Watkins Special Issue)
2008, 63-76

A Resource Whose Time Has Come? The Alberta Oil Sands As An Economic Resource, by Frank J. Atkins and
Alan J. MacFadyen (Campbell Watkins Special Issue) 2008, 77-98

A Least-Cost Optimisation of CO2 Capture Applied to Major UK Power Plants, by Alex G. Kemp and A.S. Kasim
(Campbell Watkins Special Issue) 2008, 99-134

On Hyperbolic Discounting in Energy Models: An Application to Natural Gas Allocation in Canada, by John Rowse
(Campbell Watkins Special Issue) 2008, 135-158


VOLUME 30, 2009

Vol 30, Issue 1

Oil Price Shocks and Real GDP Growth: Testing for Non-linearity, by Rebeca Jiménez-Rodríguez, 30(1) 2009, 1-24

It Never Rains but it Pours: Modeling the Persistence of Spikes in Electricity Prices, by Timothy Christensen, Stan
Hurn and Kenneth Lindsay, 30(1) 2009, 25-48

An Assessment of the Inflationary Impact of Oil Shocks in the Euro Area, by Pascal Jacquinot, Mika Kuismanen,
Ricardo Mestre and Martin Spitzer, 30(1) 2009, 49-84
Retail Gasoline Price Cycles: Evidence from Guelph, Ontario Using Bi-Hourly, Station-Specific Retail Price Data,
by Benjamin Atkinson, 30(1) 2009, 85-110

Oil Sands Royalties and Taxes in Alberta: An Assessment of Key Developments since the mid-1990s, by André
Plourde, 30(1) 2009, 111-140

Depletion and the Future Availability of Petroleum Resources, by Roberto F. Aguilera, Roderick G. Eggert, Gustavo
Lagos C.C. and John E. Tilton, 30(1) 2009, 141-174

The Economics of Energy Systems, (edited by Jan Horst Keppler, Regis Bourbonnais, and Jacques Girod), book review
by Ramón Alvarado, 30(1) 2009, 175-179

Les Controverses de L’énergie: Fossile, Hydroélectrique, Nucléaire, Renouvelable, (by Franco Romerio), book review
by Michel Roland, 30(1) 2009, 180-181

Competitive Electricity Markets: Design, Implementation, Performance, (edited by Fereidoon P. Sioshansi), book
review by David Newbery, 30(1) 2009, 182-184

Vol 30, Issue 2


Hicks, Hayek, Hotelling, Hubbert and Hysteria or Energy, Exhaustion, Environmentalism, and Etatism in the 21st
Century, by Richard L. Gordon, 30(2) 2009, 1-16

The Global Natural Gas Market: Will Transport Cost Reductions Lead to Lower Prices? by Knut Einar Rosendahl
and Eirik Lund Sagen, 30(2) 2009, 17-40

Powering Progress: Restructuring, Competition, and R&D in the U.S. Electric Utility Industry, by Paroma Sanyal
and Linda R. Cohen, 30(2) 2009, 41-80

The Willingness to Pay for Renewable Energy Sources: The Case of Italy with Socio-demographic Determinants ,
by Carlo Andrea Bollino, 30(2) 2009, 81-96

Long Memory in Oil and Refined Products Markets, by Kyongwook Choi and Shawkat Hammoudeh, 30(2) 2009,
97-116

Willingness to Pay for Improved Quality of Electricity Supply Across Business Type and Location, by Mark
Morrison and Craig Nalder, 30(2) 2009, 117-134

Willingness to Pay for Energy Conservation and Free-Ridership on Subsidization: Evidence from Germany, by
Peter Grösche and Colin Vance 30(2) 2009, 135-154

The Incidence of a U.S. Carbon Tax: A Lifetime and Regional Analysis, by Kevin A. Hassett, Aparna Mathur and
Gilbert E. Metcalf 30(2) 2009, 155-178

Understanding Crude Oil Prices, by James D. Hamilton, 30(2) 2009, 179-206

The German Path to Natural Gas Liberalisation: Is it a Special Case? (by Heiko Lohmann), book review by
Richard Green, 30(2) 2009, 207-209

Vol 30, Issue 3


Natural Gas Pricing in Countries of the Middle East and North Africa, by Hossein Razavi 30(3) 2009, 1-22
OPEC Strategies and Oil Rent in a Climate Conscious World, by Daniel J.A. Johansson, Christian Azar, Kristian
Lindgren and Tobias A. Persson, 30(3) 2009, 23-50

European Carbon Prices and Banking Restrictions: Evidence from Phase I (2005-2007), by Emilie Alberola and
Julien Chevallier, 30(3) 2009, 51-80


Modelling and Forecasting Oil Prices: The Role of Asymmetric Cycles, by Jesus Crespo Cuaresma, Adusei Jumah
and Sohbet Karbuz, 30(3) 2009, 81-90

Fuelling Growth: What Drives Energy Demand in Developing Countries? by Arthur van Benthem and Mattia
Romani 30(3) 2009, 91-114

The Market Effects of Going Green: Evidence from California’s Wholesale Reformulated Gasoline Market, by
Jennifer L. Brown, 30(3) 2009, 115-128

Price Convergence in Natural Gas Markets: City-Gate and Residential Prices, by Kathleen Arano and Marieta
Velikova, 30(3) 2009, 129-154

Impacts of the German Support for Renewable Energy on Electricity Prices, Emissions, and Firms, by Thure Traber
and Claudia Kemfert, 30(3) 2009, 155-178

Issues in Designing U.S. Climate Change Policy by Joseph E. Aldy and William A. Pizer, 30(3) 2009, 179-210

Global Electrification: Multinational Enterprise and International Finance in the History of Light and Power,
1878-2007, (by William J. Hausman, Peter Herner and Mira Wilkins), book review by Charles K. Ebinger, 30(3)
2009, 211-213

Vol 30, Issue 4


Willingness-to-Pay for Quality of Service: An Application to Efficiency Analysis of the UK Electricity Distribution
Utilities by William Yu, Tooraj Jamasb, Michael Pollitt. 30(4) 2009, 1-48

Demand Subsidies versus R&D: Comparing the Uncertain Impacts of Policy on a Pre-commercial Low-carbon
Energy Technology by Gregory F. Nemet and Erin Baker, 30 (4) 2009, 49-80

Interregional Sharing of Conservation Targets in China: Efficiency and Equity by Adam Rose and Dan Wei, 30(4)
2009, 81-112

Green Accounting for Black Gold by Robert D. Cairns, 30(4) 2009, 113-140

Revisiting the Inflationary Effects of Oil Prices by Shiu-Sheng Chen, 30(4) 2009, 141-154

Modeling Optimal Economic Dispatch and Externalities in Natural Gas Networks by Mette Bjorndal, Kjetil Midthun
and Asgeir Tomasgard, 30(4) 2009, 155-180

Energy, (by Joseph M. Dukert), book review by Maureen S. Crandall, 30(4) 2009, 181-184

Liberalizing European Energy Markets: An Economic Analysis (by Finn Roar Aune, Rolf Golombek, Sverre A.C.
Kittelsen), book review by Tor Arnt Johnsen, 30(4) 2009, 185-190

Quantitative Eco-nomics: How Sustainable Are Our Economies? (by Peter Bartelmus), book review by Jess
Chandler, 30(4) 2009, 191-192
Deregulation, Innovation and Market Liberalization, (by L. Lynne Kiesling), book review by Frank A. Felder, 30(4)
2009, 192-195




WORLD NATURAL GAS MARKETS AND TRADE: A MULTI-MODELING PERSPECTIVE

SPECIAL ISSUE 2009

Preface by Adonis Yatchew, (Natural Gas Special Issue) 2009, p. vi.

Natural Gas Across Country Borders: An Introduction and Overview by Hillard G. Huntington (Natural Gas Special
Issue), 2009, p1-8

A Practitioner's Perspective on Modeling Prices and Trade in a Globalizing Natural Gas Market by Robert D. Stibolt
(Natural Gas Special Issue) 2009, p9-19

Spatial Price and Quantity Relationships in World and Continental Commodity Markets by Dale M. Nesbitt, and Jill
N. Scotcher (Natural Gas Special Issue) 2009, p21-37

Globalisation of Natural Gas Markets -- Effects on Prices and Trade Patterns by Finn Roar Aune, Knut Einar
Rosendahl; and Eirik Lund Sagen (Natural Gas Special Issue) 2009, p39-53

The Impact of High Oil Prices on Global and Regional Natural Gas and LNG Markets by Justine Burden, William
Pepper, and Vineet Aggarwal (Natural Gas Special Issue) 2009, p55-71

Potential Futures for Russian Natural Gas Exports by Peter Hartley, Kenneth B. Medlock (Natural Gas Special
Issue) 2009, p73-95

Representing GASPEC with the World Gas Model by Ruud Egging, Franziska Holz, Christian Von Hirschhausen,
and Steven A. Gabriel (Natural Gas Special Issue) 2009, p97-117

A Dynamic Simulation of Market Power in the Liberalised European Natural Gas Market by Wietze Lise, Benjamin
F. Hobbs, (Natural Gas Special Issue), p119-135

Perspectives of the European Natural Gas Markets Until 2025 by Franziska Holz, Christian Von Hirschhausen, and
Claudia Kemfert (Natural Gas Special Issue) 2009, p137-150

European Natural Gas Markets: Resource Constraints and Market Power by Gijsbert T. Zwart, (Natural Gas Special
Issue) 2009, p151-165

Market Arbitrage: European and North American Natural Gas Prices by Stephen P.A. Brown, and Mine K. Yücel,
(Natural Gas Special Issue) 2009, p167-185

Linking Natural Gas Markets -- Is LNG Doing its Job? by Anne Neumann, (Natural Gas Special Issue) 2009, p187-
199

Modeling the Growth in Gas Reserves From Known Fields by Kevin F. Forbes and Ernest M. Zampelli (Natural Gas
Special Issue) 2009, p201-213




CLIMATE CHANGE POLICIES AFTER 2012.

SPECIAL ISSUE 2009

Preface, Impact of Climate Change (Brief article) by Adonis Yatchew., pvi.
Climate Change Policies after 2012, by Xavier Labandeira and Jose M. Martin-Moreno., (Climate Change Special
issue) Oct 2009, p1-6.

How Does Climate Policy Affect Technical Change? An Analysis of the Direction and Pace of Technical Progress in
a Climate-economy Model, by Carlo Carraro, Emanuele Massetti and Lea Nicita. (Climate Change Special Issue)
Oct 2009, p7-38



The Impact of Treaty Nonparticipation on the Costs of Slowing Global Warming, by William Nordhaus. (Climate
Change Special Issue) Oct 2009, p39-51.

Cross Border Trading and Borrowing in the EU ETS, by A. Denny Ellerman and Raphael Trotignon. (Climate
Change Special Issue) Oct 2009, p53-78.

The Role of Emission Trading in Domestic Climate Policy, by Michael Hanemann. (Climate Change Special Issue)
Oct 2009, p79-114.

Market Power in Pollution Permit Markets, by Juan-Pablo Montero. (Climate Change Special Issue) Oct 2009,
p115-142).

Neoclassical Growth, Environment and Technological Change: The Environmental Kuznets Curve, by Santiago J.
Rubio, Jose L. Garcia and Jose L. Hueso. (Climate Change Special Issue) Oct 2009, p 143-168

Soft Fiscal Policies for a Polluting Monopolist, by Manel Antelo and Maria L. Loureiro. (Climate Change Special
Issue) (Oct 2009, p169-192

Disentangling the Effects of Oil Shocks: the Role of Rigidities and Monetary Policy, by Carlos de Miguel, Baltasar
Manzano, Jose M. Martin-Moreno and Jesus Ruiz. (Climate Change Special Issue) Oct 2009, p193-216.

An Integrated Approach to Simulate the Impacts of Carbon Emissions Trading Schemes, by Xavier
Labandeira, Pedro Linares and Miguel Rodriguez. (Climate Change Special Issue) Oct 2009, p217-238.




VOLUME 31, 2010

Vol 31, Issue 1

A Panel Data Analysis of the Demand for Total Energy and Electricity in OECD Countries, by Chien-Chiang Lee
and Jun-De Lee, 31(1) 2010, 1-24

Electricity Retailing in Norway, by Nils-Henrik M. von der Fehr and Petter Vegard Hansen, 31(1) 2010, 25-46

Gasoline Demand with Heterogeneity in Household Responses, by Zia Wadud, Daniel J. Graham and Robert B.
Noland, 31(1) 2010, 47-74

The Global Impacts of Biofuel Mandates, by Thomas W. Hertel, Wallace E. Tyner and Dileep K. Birur, 31(1) 2010,
75-100

Renewable Portfolio Standards: When Do They Lower Energy Prices? by Carolyn Fischer, 31(1) 2010, 101-120

Energy Substitutability in Canadian Manufacturing Econometric Estimation with Bootstrap Confidence Intervals, by
Yazid Dissou and Reza Ghazal, 31(1) 2010, 121-148
The Impact of Oil Price Shocks on the Economic Growth of Selected MENA Countries, by Hakan Berument,
Nildag Basak Ceylan and Nukhet Dogan, 31(1) 2010, 149-176

Removing Policy-based Comparative Advantage for Energy Intensive Production, by Torstein Bye and Erling
Holmøy, 31(1) 2010, 177-198

Fueling Innovation: The Impact of Oil Prices and CAFE Standards on Energy-Efficient Automotive Technology, by
Joseph M. Crabb and Daniel K.N. Johnson, 31(1) 2010, 199-216

An Energy Analysis of Household Consumption: Changing Patterns of Direct and Indirect Use in India, (by Shonali
Pachauri), Book review by Tarek H. Selim, 31(1) 2010, 217-218

Vol 31, Issue 2

EU-ETS and Nordic Electricity: A CVAR Analysis, by Harrison Fell, 31(2) 2010, 1-26

Resource Nationalism – Limits to Foreign Direct Investment, by Gavin L. Kretzschmar, Axel Kirchner and Liliya
Sharifzyanova, 31(2) 2010, 27-52

Modeling Term Structure Dynamics in the Nordic Electricity Swap Market, by Dennis Frestad, Fred Espen Benth
and Steen Koekebakker, 31(2) 2010, 53-86

Explaining Fluctuations in Gasoline Prices: A Joint Model of the Global Crude Oil Market and the U.S. Retail
Gasoline Market, by Lutz Kilian, 31(2) 2010, 87-112

Valuing Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles’ Battery Capacity Using a Real Options Framework, by Derek M.
Lemoine, 31(2) 2010, 113-144

Climate Policy and the Long-Term Evolution of the U.S. Buildings Sector, by Page Kyle, Leon Clarke, Fang Rong
and Steven J. Smith, 31(2) 2010, 145-172

Welfare Impacts of Electricity Storage and the Implications of Ownership Structure, by Ramteen Sioshansi, 31(2)
2010, 173-198

A Smart Energy Policy: An Economist’s Rx for Balancing 199Cheap, Clean, and Secure Energy, (by James M.
Griffin), Book review by Maureen S. Crandall, 31(2) 2010, 199-203

Analytical Methods for Energy Diversity and Security, (Edited by Morgan Brazilian and Fabien Roques), Book
review by Julián Barquín Gil, 31(2) 2010 204-206

Vol 31, Issue 3


The Value of Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles as Grid Resources, by Ramteen Sioshansi and Paul Denholm, 31(3)
2010, 1-24

Structural Change and U.S. Energy Use: Recent Patterns, by Hillard G. Huntington, 31(3) 2010, 25-40

Arbitrage in Energy Markets: Price Discrimination under Congestion, by Bert Willems and Gerd Küpper, 31(3)
2010, 41-66

Bilateral Forward Contracts and Spot Prices, by Nodir Adilov, 31(3) 2010, 67-88

Price Signals in “Energy-only” Wholesale Electricity Markets: An Empirical Analysis of the Price Signal in France,
by Philippe Vassilopoulos, 31(3) 2010, 89-112
The Effect of Feedback by Text Message (SMS) and Email on Household Electricity Consumption: Experimental
Evidence, by Maria Gleerup, Anders Larsen, Søren Leth-Petersen and Mikael Togeby, 31(3) 2010, 113-132

Why Do States Adopt Renewable Portfolio Standards?: An Empirical Investigation, by Thomas P. Lyon and Haitao
Yin, 31(3) 2010, 133-158

A Note on the Oil Price Trend and GARCH Shocks, by Jing Li and Henry Thompson, 31(3) 2010, 159-166

Oil and Petroleum Product Armington Elasticities: A New-Geography-of-Trade Approach to Estimation, by Edward
J. Balistreri, Ayed Al-Qahtani and Carol A. Dahl, 31(3) 2010, 167-180

International Steam Coal Market Integration , by Raymond Li, Roselyne Joyeux and Ronald D. Ripple, 31(3) 2010,
181-202

Energy and the Transformation of International Relations: Toward a New Producer Consumer Framework, (Edited
by Andreas Wenger, Robert W. Orttung, and Jerome Perovic), book review by Richard L. Gordon, 31(3) 2010, 203-
205

Vol 31, Issue 4

International Evidence on Sectoral Interfuel Substitution, by Apostolos Serletis, Govinda Timulsina and Olexandr
Vasetsky, 31(4) 2010, 1-30

The Economics of Enhanced Oil Recovery: Estimating Incremental Oil Supply and CO2 Demand in the Powder
River Basin, by Klaas van’t Veld and Owen R. Phillips, 31(4) 2010, 31-56

International Economic Interdependency and U.S. National Energy Policy, by Arnold B. Baker, 31(4) 2010, 57-78

Russian Gas Imports in Europe: How Does Gazprom Reliability Change the Game? By Joris Morbee and Stef
Proost, 31(4) 2010, 79-110

Stochastic Trends and Technical Change: The Case of Energy Consumption in the British Industrial and Domestic
Sectors, by Paolo Agnolucci, 31(4) 2010, 111-136

Supply Function Competition in the Spanish Wholesale Electricity Market, by Aitor Ciarreta and Maria Paz
Espinosa, 31(4) 2010, 137-158

Carbon Charges in Electricity Systems May Increase Emissions, by Anthony Downward, 31(4) 2010, 159-166

EU Gas Industry Reforms and Consumers’ Prices, by Rinaldo Brau, Raffaele Doronzo, Carlo V. Fiorio, and
Massimo Florio, 31(4) 2010, 167-182

Asymmetric Adjustments in Oil and Metal Commodity Markets, 31(4) 2010, 183-204

Modeling and Analysis of the International Steam Coal Trade, by Clemens Haftendorn and Franziska Holz, 31(4)
2010, 205-230


Generating Electricity in a Carbon-Constrained World. (Edited by Fereidoon P. Sioshansi), book review by Robert
J. Michaels, 31(4) 2010, 231-233

Electricity Reform in Europe: Towards a Single Energy Market?, (edited by Jean-Michel Glachant and François
Lévêque), book review by Catherine Waddams, 31(4) 2010, 234-236
THE ECONOMICS OF LOW STABILIZATION.

SPECIAL ISSUE 2010
ADAM's Modeling Comparison Project - Intentions and Prospects, by Ottmar Edenhofer , Brigitte Knopf, Marian
Leimbach and Nico Bauer (Low Stabilization Special Issue) 2010, p7-10


The Economics of Low Stabilization: Model Comparison of Mitigation Strategies and Costs, by Ottmar Edenhofer ,
Brigitte Knopf, Terry Barker, Lavinia Baumstark, Elie Bellevrat, Bertrand Chateau, Patrick Criqui, Morna Isaac,
Alban Kitous, Socrates Kypreos, Marian Leimbach, Kai Lessmann, Bertrand Magne, Serban Scrieciu, Hal Turton,
Detlef P. van Vuuren (Low Stabilization Special Issue) 2010, p11-48


Transformation Patterns of the Worldwide Energy System - Scenarios for the Century with the POLES Model, by
Alban Kitous, Patrick Criqui, Elie Bellevrat and Bertrand Chateau (Low Stabilization Special Issue) 2010, p49-82

Technology Options for Low Stabilization Pathways with MERGE, by Bertrand Magne, Socrates Kypreos, and Hal
Turton (Low Stabilization Special Issue) 2010, p83-108


Technological Change and International Trade - Insights from REMIND-R, by Marian Leimbach, Nico Bauer,
Lavinia Baumstark, Michael Luken and Ottmar Edenhofer (Low Stabilization Special Issue) 2010, p109-136

Modeling Low Climate Stabilization with E3MG: Towards a 'New Economics' Approach to Simulating Energy-
Environment-Economy System Dynamics, by Terry Barker and S. Serban Scrieciu (Low Stabilization Special Issue)
2010, p137-164


Low Stabilization Scenarios and Implications for Major World Regions from an Integrated Assessment Perspective,
by Detlef P. van Vuuren , Morna Isaac, Michel G.J. den Elzen, Elke Stehfest and Jasper van Vliet (Low Stabilization
Special Issue) 2010, p165-192

Bio-Energy Use and Low Stabilization Scenarios, by Detlef P. van Vuuren, Elie Bellevrat, Alban Kitous and Morna
Isaac (Low Stabilization Special Issue) 2010, p193-222


Managing the Low-Carbon Transition - From Model Results to Policies, by Brigitte Knopf, Ottmar Edenhofer,
Christian Flachsland, Marcel T. J. Kok, Hermann Lotze-Campen, Gunnar Luderer, Alexander Popp, Detlef P. van
Vuuren (Low Stabilization Special Issue) 2010, p223-245

				
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