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A literature review section of Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy (EEEP) will examine books and reports of governmental and non-governmental organizations, which analyze and assess policy issues in energy and environmental economics.

This section will contain:

  • Book reviews of policy oriented books within energy and environmental economics.
  • Reviews of policy reports from governmental and non-governmental bodies, national and international, within energy and environmental economics.
  • Commentaries on new publications within one or more of the special topics in energy and environmental policy listed under Aims and Scope for EEEP, e.g. emissions trading, energy security, market design, etc.
  • Annotated listing of selected new publications within specific policy areas.

Reviews of books or reports should not exceed 1500 words. Reviews should focus on policy issues. This also applies to Commentaries, which should be kept brief and concise.

If you would like to review books and policy reports for EEEP, or write a commentary, please fill in this online registration form.

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Please select your area(s) of expertise so that we may route books/reports appropriately:
Special topics in energy and environmental policy:
    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 financial policy issues
    Private-public partnership in energy industries

Books and reports for review should be sent to the EEEP Book Review Editor:

Einar Hope
Professor of Energy Economics
Norwegian School of Economics
Helleveien 30
5045 Bergen
Norway
Email: einar.hope@nhh.no