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Four times a year IAEE sends its members the "IAEE Energy Forum". The newsletter gives an account of IAEE Affiliate/Chapter activities and provides special reports and energy information from around the world. The Newsletter also contains articles on a wide range of applied/topical energy economics issues, as well as notes and special notices of interest to members. Further, the publication lists a calendar of upcoming conferences/seminars/trade shows as well as recently published books of interest to energy economists. If you are interested in receiving a subscription to the "IAEE Energy Forum", you can join online.

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2nd Quarter 2016
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"President's Message"
by Gürkan Kumbaroĝlu
"How Technological Choices, Existing Portfolios, and Multi-Dimensional Price Risk Affect Power Generation Investments"
by Wilko Rohlfs and Reinhard Madlener
"Influence Analysis of Wind Power Variation on Generation and Transmission Expansion in U.S. Eastern Interconnection"
by Stanton W. Hadley and Shutang You
"A Systems Approach to Regional Energy Modeling with Smart Grid Integrated Distributed Energy Resources"
by Frédéric Babonneau, Michael Caramanis and Alain Haurie
"The Benefits of Expanding Cross-Border Electricity Cooperation and Trade in South Asia"
by Michael Toman and Govinda Timilsina
"The Cost and Value of Renewable Energy: Revisiting Electricity Economics"
by Silvia Pariente-David
"Shale Gas Availability, CO2 Emissions, Electricity Generation Mix and Power Sector Water Use: EMF 31 Scenarios Results for the U.S."
by Nadejda Victor and Christopher Nichols
"Market Consequences of Wind Generation Promotion: Towards a Rational Energy Policy"
by Raul Bajo-Buenstado and Marin Garcia
"The Recent Oil Price Decline and M&A in the U.S. Oil and Gas E&P Sectors"
by Kuang-Chung Hsu and Zhen Zhu
"Natural Gas as a Bridge Fuel into a Sustainable Future for Germany"
by Nigar Muradkhanli

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