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2012Energy Policy: Vol. 50Demand for mini cars and large cars; decay effects, and gasoline demand in JapanDavid Bonilla, Klaus E. Schmitz, Atsushi Akisawa
2010Public Works Management & Policy: Vol. 15, Issue 2Hybrid Electric Vehicles and Implications for Transportation FinanceSara Hajiamiri, Martin Wachs
2008Energy Economics: Vol. 30, Issue 5A meta-analysis of the price elasticity of gasoline demand. A SUR approachMartijn Brons, Peter Nijkamp, Eric Pels, Piet Rietveld
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2001International Journal of Industrial Organization: Vol. 19, Issue 10Markup pricing in petroleum refining:Timothy J. Considine
2001Ecological Economics: Vol. 36, Issue 1Technological progress and sustainable development: what about the rebound effect?Mathias Binswanger
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1999The Energy Journal: Vol. 20, Issue 3Fuel Economy Rebound Effect for U.S. Household VehiclesDavid L. Greene, James R. Kahn, Robert C. Gibson
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