Routledge Handbook of Energy Economics
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Általános gazdasági, üzleti könyvek
További könyvek a gazdaság területén
Politika általában, kézikönyvek
Energetika, energiaipar (karitatív célú kampány)
Környezetmérnöki tudományok (karitatív célú kampány)
Általános gazdasági, üzleti könyvek (karitatív célú kampány)
Közgazdaságtan (karitatív célú kampány)
Energiaipar (karitatív célú kampány)
További könyvek a gazdaság területén (karitatív célú kampány)
Politika általában, kézikönyvek (karitatív célú kampány)
Környezetvédelem (karitatív célú kampány)
Energy consumption and production influence the economy, environment and society, but are also influenced by how the economy is structured, how the social institutions work, and how the society deals with environmental degradation. This handbook offers an in-depth review of the four pillars of the energy-economy-environment-society nexus.
Energy consumption and production have major influences on the economy, environment, and society, but in return they are also influenced by how the economy is structured, how the social institutions work, and how the society deals with environmental degradation. The need for integrated assessment of the relationship between energy, economy, environment, and society is clear, and this handbook offers an in-depth review of all four pillars of the energy-economy-environment-society nexus.
Bringing together contributions from all over the world, this handbook includes sections devoted to each of the four pillars. Moreover, as the financialization of commodity markets has made risk analysis more complicated and intriguing, the sections also cover energy commodity markets and their links to other financial and non-financial markets. In addition, econometric modeling and the forecasting of energy needs, as well as energy prices and volatilities, are also explored. Each part emphasizes the multidisciplinary nature of the energy economics field and from this perspective, chapters offer a review of models and methods used in the literature.
The Routledge Handbook of Energy Economics will be of great interest to all those studying and researching in the area of energy economics. It offers guideline suggestions for policy makers as well as for future research.
"This is a comprehensive handbook of energy economics that covers a broad range of issues and debates in the space of energy modelling, climate change and environment. The book will constitute a valuable resource for students, academics and policy makers working in the area of energy.", Paresh Narayan, Alfred Deakin Professor, Deakin Business School, Deakin University, Australia
Preface. Introduction. Part I Energy and economy. 1. Energy demand. 2. Energy and economic growth. 3. Oil prices and the macroeconomy. 4. Economics of renewable energy. 5. Energy efficiency and economy
-wide rebound: realising a net gain to society? 6. Economic impacts of energy transition. 7. Electricity market integration. 8. Analysis of Macroeconomic Impacts of Energy Security Improvements in Asia. Part II Energy and environment. 9. Energy and climate. 10. Carbon emissions and energy use. 11. Energy economics and environment of energy systems. 12. Renewable energy policy. 13. The energy
-water nexus. 14. Low carbon economy and smart grids. 15. The role of carbon pricing in the Paris agreement. Part III Energy and society. 16. The impact of climate change and the social cost of carbon. 17. Energy and the public: the economic relevance of citizens? engagement. 18. Quality of life and energy use: is there a fair energy use level?. 19. Responsible investment. 20. Energy economics as an energy justice dilemma: case studies of normative trade
-offs in Malawi, Mexico, and Germany. Part IV Energy and other markets. 21. Oil spot and futures prices. 22. Oil and stock prices. 23. The role of oil price volatility in the real and financial economy: a survey review. 24. Mutual Funds and the Energy Sector. 25. Oil prices and other energy commodities. 26. Oil and agricultural commodity prices. 27. Oil prices and exchange rates. 28. Volatility spillovers on oil and forex markets. 29. Economic and social challenges of Smart Grids. Part V Energy Modeling. 30. CGE models in energy economics. 31. A Methodological Framework for Assessing Macroeconomic Impacts of Energy Security Improvements in Asia. 32. Top
-down and bottom
-up models. 33. Macro
-econometric and structural models. 34. Index decomposition analysis: models and applications. 35. Electricity price forecasting. 36. Paths and processes in complex electricity markets: the agent
-based perspective. 37. Behavioral Economics and Energy Market. 38. The use of foresight in energy policy. 39. Multi
-criteria decision analysis for energy policy. Index