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Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy (EEEP), established as an IAEE publication in 2012, is policy oriented. It provides a scholarly and research-based, yet easily read and accessible source of information on contemporary economic thinking and analysis of policy issues in the interface between energy and environmental economics. Its editors are Jean-Michel Glachant (European University Institute in Florence), Paul Joskow (Alfred P. Sloan Foundation) and Michael Pollitt (Cambridge University).

Published twice a year in March and September, the editors strive to publish a blend of original refereed articles and notes, feature articles, commentaries, and book reviews on energy and environmental economic topics. The Journal wants to nurture a dialogue between academics, business and public authorities. It covers policy issues worldwide. Contributions are welcomed covering all the major areas of energy and environmental economics and policy.

Contributions are welcomed covering all the major areas of energy and environmental economics and policy.

Scope and topics covered include:

  • Objectives and instruments in climate policy
  • Energy market design
  • Infrastructure regulation and regulatory policy
  • Competition policy (including market power issues, etc.)
  • Emission trading
  • Policy of international negotiations and agreements on environmental issues
  • Energy, environment and developing countries
  • Institutions for policy formation and enforcement
  • Sustainability of energy systems
  • Energy systems in city planning
  • Demand response tools
  • Energy security
  • Renewable energy policy
  • Technology and innovation policy
  • Energy efficiency policy
  • Natural resources policy for energy extractive industries
  • Transportation policy
  • Taxation and fiscal policy issues
  • Private-public partnership in energy industries

 

ISSN 2160-5882 (Print)

ISSN 2160-5890 (Online)