Cited By
2022Oxford Economic Papers: Vol. 74, Issue 2The role of income and substitution in commodity demandJohn Baffes, Alain Kabundi, Peter Nagle
2022Energy Economics: Vol. 110“Wild” tariff schemes: Evidence from the Republic of GeorgiaAnna Alberini, Levan Bezhanishvili, Milan Ščasný
2022Sustainability: Vol. 14, Issue 3Modelling Sectoral Energy Consumption in Malaysia: Assessing the Asymmetric EffectsOlutomi I. Adeyemi, Lester C. Hunt
2022Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization: Vol. 197Reference dependence in the demand for gasolineLaurence Levin, Matthew S. Lewis, Frank A. Wolak
2022Energies: Vol. 15, Issue 10What Is the Temporal Path of the GDP Elasticity of Energy Consumption in OECD Countries? An Assessment of Previous Findings and New EvidenceBrantley Liddle
2022Sociological Methodology: Vol. 52, Issue 1What Goes Up Might Not Come Down: Modeling Directional Asymmetry with Large-N, Large-T DataRyan P. Thombs, Xiaorui Huang, Jared Berry Fitzgerald
2022Journal of Risk and Financial Management: Vol. 15, Issue 7Effects of Multiple Financial News Shocks on Tourism Demand Volatility Modelling and ForecastingYuruixian Zhang, Wei Chong Choo, Yuhanis Abdul Aziz, Choy Leong Yee, Cheong Kin Wan, Jen Sim Ho
2022Frontiers in Energy Research: Vol. 9The Electricity Rebound Effect: Empirical Evidence From the Chinese Chemical IndustryMohammed I.Abu Eleyan, Abdurrahman Nazif Çatık, Mehmet Balcılar, Esra Ballı
2022Empirical Economics: Vol. 62, Issue 5Did OPEC change its behaviour after the November 2014 meeting?Pål Boug, Ådne Cappelen
2021Journal of Risk and Financial Management: Vol. 14, Issue 10Causality between Energy Consumption and Economic Growth in the Presence of Growth Volatility: Multi-Country EvidenceGulasekaran Rajaguru, Safdar Ullah Khan
2021Energy Policy: Vol. 156Modelling U.S. gasoline demand: A structural time series analysis with asymmetric price responsesZafer Dilaver, Lester C. Hunt
2021Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board: Vol. 2675, Issue 6Estimating the Rebound Effect of the U.S. Road Freight TransportA. Latif Patwary, T. Edward Yu, Burton C. English, David W. Hughes, Seong-Hoon Cho
2021Energy: Vol. 214Does Export product diversification help to reduce energy demand: Exploring the contextual evidences from the newly industrialized countriesHouyin Long, Hong Zeng, Xinyi Lin
2021Energy Economics: Vol. 96On income and price elasticities for energy demand: A panel data studyJiti Gao, Bin Peng, Russell Smyth
2021Renewable Energy: Vol. 178The asymmetric effects of changes in price and income on renewable and nonrenewable energyHüseyin İçen, Ferda Yerdelen Tatoğlu
2021Energy Economics: Vol. 96Accounting for the declining economic effects of oil price shocksYifei Lyu
2021Energy Economics: Vol. 98The underlying drivers of economy-wide energy efficiency and asymmetric energy price responsesRangan Gupta, Roula Inglesi-Lotz, John W. Muteba Mwamba
2021Journal of Health Economics: Vol. 79The children of the missed pillTomás Rau, Miguel Sarzosa, Sergio Urzúa
2021Energy Economics: Vol. 98Modelling asymmetric price responses of industrial energy demand with a dynamic hierarchical modelChuku A. Chuku
2021Energy Strategy Reviews: Vol. 38The impact of total factor productivity on energy consumption: Theoretical framework and empirical validationChristopher S. Rowland, James W. Mjelde, Senarath Dharmasena
2021Energy: Vol. 229Are long-run income and price elasticities of oil demand time-varying? New evidence from BRICS countriesBoqiang Lin, Zhensheng Li
2021Energy Economics: Vol. 102The sectorally heterogeneous and time-varying price elasticities of energy demand in ChinaMark Miller, Anna Alberini
2021Energies: Vol. 14, Issue 19Commercial Energy Demand Forecasting in BangladeshSamuel Jovan Okullo, Frederic Reynes, Marjan W. Hofkes
2021World Development: Vol. 140There’s Technology Improvement, but is there Economy-wide Energy Leapfrogging? A Country Panel AnalysisBrantley Liddle, Hillard Huntington
2021SSRN Electronic Journal Is There a Preference in the OECD Countries to Shift Towards Clean Energy Consumption?Hillard G. Huntington
2021Energy: Vol. 216Tracking factor substitution and the rebound effect of China’s agricultural energy consumption: A new research perspective from asymmetric responseRilong Fei, Haolin Wang, Zihao Wen, Zhen Yuan, Kaihua Yuan, Joseph Chunga
2020Structural Change and Economic Dynamics: Vol. 55Export product diversification and energy efficiency: Empirical evidence from OECD countriesMuhammad Adnan Bashir, Bin Sheng, Buhari Doğan, Suleman Sarwar, Umer Shahzad
2020Empirical Economics: Vol. 58, Issue 5Asymmetric pricing dynamics with market power: investigating island data of the retail gasoline marketWoo-Hyung Hong, Daeyong Lee
2020Energy Policy: Vol. 136Taxing crude oil: A financing alternative to mitigate climate change?Akinsehinwa Sharimakin
2020Energy: Vol. 202Analysis of the natural gas demand and subsidy in China: A multi-sectoral perspectiveBanban Wang, Jie Wei, Xiujie Tan, Bin Su
2020Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice: Vol. 142‘On the Road Again’: A 118 country panel analysis of gasoline and diesel demandBrantley Liddle, Hillard Huntington
2020Energy Economics: Vol. 91Interpreting the oil risk premium: Do oil price shocks matter?Robert Hahn, Peter Passell
2020Energy Policy: Vol. 147Highlighting the connection between financial development and consumption of energy in countries with the highest economic freedomAla Fathi Assi, Aliya Zhakanova Isiksal, Turgut Tursoy
2019Applied Economics: Vol. 51, Issue 45Residential water demand responds asymmetrically to rising and falling pricesIbrahim A. Tajudeen
2019Energy Transitions: Vol. 3, Issue 1-2The rise of renewables and energy transition: what adaptation strategy exists for oil companies and oil-exporting countries?Adeolu O. Adewuyi
2019Energies: Vol. 12, Issue 21Economic and Spatial Determinants of Energy Consumption in the European Union Flores-Chamba, López-Sánchez, Ponce, Guerrero-Riofrío, Álvarez-García
2019American Economic Review: Vol. 109, Issue 5Structural Interpretation of Vector Autoregressions with Incomplete Identification: Revisiting the Role of Oil Supply and Demand ShocksHillard Huntington, Zhuo Huang, Saud M. Al-Fattah, Michael Gucwa, Ali Nouri
2019Energy Policy: Vol. 133Review of key international demand elasticities for major industrializing economiesHillard G. Huntington, James J. Barrios, Vipin Arora
2019OPEC Energy Review: Vol. 43, Issue 2Modelling and forecasting world oil demand: a regional analysis accounting for asymmetric price responses and technical progressUmer Shahzad, Buhari Doğan, Avik Sinha, Zeeshan Fareed
2019Energy and Buildings: Vol. 190The actual heating energy conservation in China: Evidence and policy implicationsSurender Kumar, Hidemichi Fujii, Shunsuke Managi
2019Energy Economics: Vol. 78Human capital and export diversification as new determinants of energy demand in the United StatesMuhammad Shahbaz, Giray Gozgor, Shawkat Hammoudeh
2019Energy Economics: Vol. 81Measuring plant level energy efficiency and technical change in the U.S. metal-based durable manufacturing sector using stochastic frontier analysisGale A. Boyd, Jonathan M. Lee
2018Energy Economics: Vol. 70OPEC's market power: An empirical dominant firm model for the oil marketRolf Golombek, Alfonso A. Irarrazabal, Lin Ma
2018Economia Politica: Vol. 35, Issue 1Energy demand elasticities and weather worldwideTarek Atalla, Simona Bigerna, Carlo Andrea Bollino
2018Energy Strategy Reviews: Vol. 22The effects of oil and gold prices on oil-exporting countriesMelike E. Bildirici, Fulya Ozaksoy Sonustun
2018SSRN Electronic Journal Interpreting the Oil Risk Premium: Do Oil Price Shocks Matter?Daniele Valenti, Matteo Manera, Alessandro Sbuelz
2018Energy Economics: Vol. 69How (a)symmetric is the response of import demand to changes in its determinants? Evidence from European energy importsChristiane Baumeister, James D. Hamilton
2018Resources, Conservation and Recycling: Vol. 134Will China’s “dash for gas” halt in the future?Boying Li, Haitao Yin, Feng Wang
2018Agribusiness: Vol. 34, Issue 2Retail promotion with price cut and the imperfect price responses of orange juice demand in the U.S.Antonio Bento, Richard Klotz, Joel Landry
2018Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World: Vol. 4The Asymmetrical Effects of Economic Development on Consumption-based and Production-based Carbon Dioxide Emissions, 1990 to 2014Xiaorui Huang, Andrew K. Jorgenson
2018Energy Economics: Vol. 74Demand of automotive fuels in Brazil: Underlying energy demand trend and asymmetric price responseHillard Huntington, Saud M. Al-Fattah, Zhuo Huang, Michael Gucwa, Ali Nouri
2018New Zealand Economic Papers: Vol. 52, Issue 1The demand for imported oil: New Zealand's post-deregulation experienceMohammad Jaforullah, Alan King
2018Emerging Markets Finance and Trade: Vol. 54, Issue 10Is China’s Manufacturing Industry Efficient? Evidence from an Energy-Rebound Effect PerspectiveGuangyu Chen, Boqiang Lin, Bin Ye
2018Energy Policy: Vol. 115Measuring oil supply disruptions: A historical perspectiveHillard G. Huntington
2018SSRN Electronic Journal Minimum-Variance Hedging Oil Price Risk for US Energy ETF Investors: Out-of-Sample InvestigationJingzhen Liu
2018Transport Policy: Vol. 71Imperfect reversibility of fuel demand for road transport: Asymmetric and hysteretic effects of income and price changes in KoreaJunwook Chi
2018Economics of Transition: Vol. 26, Issue 3Energy efficiency in transition economiesAntónio Carvalho
2018Energy Reports: Vol. 4Dilemma of direct rebound effect and climate change on residential electricity consumption in PakistanShahzad Alvi, Zafar Mahmood, Shahzada M. Naeem Nawaz
2017Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World: Vol. 3Directional Asymmetry in Sociological AnalysesRichard York, Ryan Light
2017The American Review of Public Administration: Vol. 47, Issue 8Cyclical Asymmetry in State Fiscal Policy: Is It Biased Toward Big or Small Government?Sunjoo Kwak
2017SSRN Electronic Journal Accounting for the Effect of Exogenous Non-Economic Variables on Natural Gas Demand in Oil Producing African CountriesIshmael Ackah
2017Economies: Vol. 5, Issue 3Accounting for Nonlinearity, Asymmetry, Heterogeneity, and Cross-Sectional Dependence in Energy Modeling: US State-Level Panel AnalysisBrantley Liddle
2017Energy Policy: Vol. 102Policy implications of considering pre-commitments in U.S. aggregate energy demand systemSamuel Jovan Okullo, Frederic Reynes
2017Energy Economics: Vol. 68Elasticities of transport fuels at times of economic crisis: An empirical analysis for SpainMohcine Bakhat, Xavier Labandeira, José M. Labeaga, Xiral López-Otero
2017The Energy Journal: Vol. 38, Issue 1Price Responsiveness in Electricity Markets: Implications for Demand Response in the MidwestAxel Pierru, Denis Babusiaux
2017Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment: Vol. 57Asymmetry in transport fuel demand: Evidence from household level dataMarcelino Aurélio Vieira da Silva, Marcio de Almeida D'Agosto
2017SSRN Electronic Journal Direct and Indirect Rebound Effects in German Households: A Linearized Almost Ideal Demand System ApproachHendrik mname Schmitz, Reinhard mname Madlener
2017OPEC Energy Review: Vol. 41, Issue 3Electricity demand in South Africa: is it asymmetric?Steven Parker, Brant Liddle
2017Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice: Vol. 101Energy efficiency and rebound effect in European road freight transportStephen P. A. Brown, Hillard Huntington
2017Energy Economics: Vol. 63OPEC's kinked demand curveMarc H. Vatter
2016Voprosy Ekonomiki, Issue 7“Economics of the constants” and long cycles of energy prices dynamicsI. Bashmakov
2016Energy Economics: Vol. 60Imperfect cartelization in OPECHillard Huntington, Saud M. Al-Fattah, Zhuo Huang, Michael Gucwa, Ali Nouri
2016Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews: Vol. 60Technological progress and energy rebound effect in China׳s textile industry: Evidence and policy implicationsBoqiang Lin, Hongli Zhao
2016OPEC Energy Review: Vol. 40, Issue 2Asymmetries in US demand for gasolineHamid Baghestani, Ismail Genc, Samer Kherfi
2016Middle East Development Journal: Vol. 8, Issue 1The oil cycle, the Federal Reserve, and the monetary and exchange rate policies of QatarKhalid Rashid Alkhater, Syed Abul Basher
2016SSRN Electronic JournalImperfect Cartelization in OPECSamuel Jovan Okullo
2016Energy Economics: Vol. 59Country-specific oil supply shocks and the global economy: A counterfactual analysisKamiar Mohaddes, M. Hashem Pesaran
2016Journal of Environmental Planning and Management: Vol. 59, Issue 3The Great Recession or progressive energy policies? Explaining the decline in US greenhouse gas emissions forecastsHal T. Nelson, David von Hippel, Tom Peterson, Roman Garagulagian
2016Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews: Vol. 53Energy demand in Ghana: A disaggregated analysisJustice Tei Mensah, George Marbuah, Anthony Amoah
2016Energy Policy: Vol. 97Sensitivity of price elasticity of demand to aggregation, unobserved heterogeneity, price trends, and price endogeneity: Evidence from U.S. DataArturo Antón
2016Energy and Buildings: Vol. 129Incorporating energy rebound effect in technological advancement and green building construction: A case study of ChinaHongxun Liu, Boqiang Lin
2016SSRN Electronic JournalA Meta-Analysis on the Price Elasticity of Energy DemandXavier Labandeira, J. Maria Labeaga Azcona, Xiral LLpez-Otero
2016Energy Economics: Vol. 58Energy efficiency in the manufacturing sector of the OECD: Analysis of price elasticitiesSteven Parker, Brantley Liddle
2016Empirical Economics: Vol. 51, Issue 1Estimating the evolution of elasticities of natural gas demand: the case of Istanbul, TurkeyGalip Altinay, A. Talha Yalta
2016Energy Policy: Vol. 95Determinants of import demand for non-renewable energy (petroleum) products: Empirical evidence from NigeriaHyeyoung Kim, Marisa Zansler, Lisa A. House
2016Energy Economics: Vol. 54The dynamics of fuel demand and illegal fuel activity in TurkeyA. Talha Yalta, A. Yasemin Yalta
2016Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews: Vol. 58Measurement of energy rebound effect in households: Evidence from residential electricity consumption in Beijing, ChinaJoachim Schleich, Thomas Hillenbrand
2016Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy: Vol. 11, Issue 3The effect of global activities and warming on oil priceChin-Ho Cho, Li-Jiun Yang, Yun-Peng Chu, Tuan-Yuen Kong
2016Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews: Vol. 54Modeling energy demand: Some emerging issuesAfees A. Salisu, Taofeek O. Ayinde
2015Energy Economics: Vol. 49The rebound effect for automobile travel: Asymmetric response to price changes and novel features of the 2000sKent M. Hymel, Kenneth A. Small
2015Revue de l'OFCE: Vol. N° 139, Issue 3La taxe carbone : une idée toujours d’avenir si...Jean-Charles Hourcade
2015Energy Economics: Vol. 50Economic modelling of energy services: Rectifying misspecified energy demand functionsLester C. Hunt, David L. Ryan
2015Energy Policy: Vol. 79Evaluating U.S. oil security and import relianceStephen P.A. Brown, Hillard G. Huntington
2015SSRN Electronic JournalEnergy Efficiency in the Manufacturing Sector of the OECD: Comparative Analysis of Price Elasticities in the Intensive and Extensive SectorsSamuel J. Okullo, Frédéric Reynès
2015SSRN Electronic JournalEnergy Demand Elasticities and Weather Worldwide
2015The Energy Journal: Vol. 36, Issue 3The U.S. Dollar Exchange Rate and the Demand for OilSelien De Schryder, Gert Peersman
2015Energy Economics: Vol. 52Heterogeneity in the response to gasoline prices: Evidence from Pennsylvania and implications for the rebound effectG. De Vita, K. Endresen, L.C. Hunt
2015Applied Economics: Vol. 47, Issue 14Substitute or complement? Assessing renewable and nonrenewable energy in OECD countriesDerya Eryilmaz, Timothy M. Smith, Frances R. Homans
2015Energy Policy: Vol. 85U.S. oil dependence 2014: Is energy independence in sight?David L. Greene, Changzheng Liu
2015Resource and Energy Economics: Vol. 40Modeling peak oil and the geological constraints on oil productionSamuel J. Okullo, Frédéric Reynès, Marjan W. Hofkes
2015SSRN Electronic JournalImperfect Cartelization in OPECSamuel Jovan Okullo, Frederic Reynes
2015SSRN Electronic JournalCountry-Specific Oil Supply Shocks and the Global Economy: A Counterfactual AnalysisZia Wadud
2015OPEC Energy Review: Vol. 39, Issue 1Dynamic panel data approaches for estimating oil demand elasticityAfshin Javan, Nahl Zahran
2015SSRN Electronic JournalEstimating Direct Rebound Effects for Personal Automotive Travel in Great BritainZesheng Sun, Xu Xiangdong
2015Energy Policy: Vol. 86Examining the role of energy efficiency and non-economic factors in energy demand and CO2 emissions in Nigeria: Policy implicationsAsif Reza Anik, Sanzidur Rahman
2014Energy Economics: Vol. 46Time-varying Long-run Income and Output Elasticities of Electricity Demand with an Application to KoreaYoosoon Chang, Chang Sik Kim, J. Isaac Miller, Joon Y. Park, Sungkeun Park
2014SSRN Electronic JournalModeling Peak Oil and the Geological Constraints on Oil ProductionSamuel Jovan Okullo, Frederic Reynes, Marjan W. Hofkes
2014SSRN Electronic JournalOPEC's Market Power: An Empirical Dominant Firm Model for the Oil MarketRolf Golombek, Alfonso Irarrazabal, Lin Ma
2014SSRN Electronic JournalModeling Peak Oil and the Geological Constraints on Oil ProductionDaniele Valenti, Matteo Manera, Alessandro Sbuelz
2014Energy Policy: Vol. 74The rebound effect for heavy industry: Empirical evidence from ChinaBoqiang Lin, Jianglong Li
2013SSRN Electronic JournalIndustrialization and the Demand for Mineral CommoditiesLee Stapleton, Steven Robert Sorrell, Tim Schwanen
2013SSRN Electronic JournalOil Markets and Price Movements: A Survey of ModelsJing Lin, Boqiang Lin
2013International Review of Economics & Finance: Vol. 25Modeling OECD energy demand: An international panel smooth transition error-correction modelChien-Chiang Lee, Yi-Bin Chiu
2013Journal of Transport Literature: Vol. 7, Issue 3Modelo de previsão de oferta e demanda de bioetanol hidratado para apoio ao planejamento estratégico de transportes no BrasilFarhad Taghizadeh-Hesary, Naoyuki Yoshino
2013Energy Economics: Vol. 36Functional form and aggregate energy demand elasticities: A nonparametric panel approach for 17 OECD countriesAmin Karimu, Runar Brännlund
2013SSRN Electronic JournalWhich Side of the Economy Is Affected More by Oil Prices: Supply or Demand?Farhad Taghizadeh Hesary, Naoyuki Yoshino
2013SSRN Electronic JournalMarket Power in the World Oil Market: Evidence for an OPEC Cartel and an Oligopolistic Non-OPEC FringeC.-Y. Cynthia Lin
2012SSRN Electronic JournalImperfect Cartelization in OPECManuel Llorca, Tooraj Jamasb
2012OPEC Energy Review: Vol. 36, Issue 4Linear and asymmetric impacts of oil price shocks in an oil-importing and -exporting economy: the case of NigeriaFakhri J. Hasanov, Jeyhun I. Mikayilov
2012Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy: Vol. 1, Issue 1The fossil endgame: strategic oil price discrimination and carbon taxationJiegen Wei, Magnus Hennlock, Daniel J.A. Johansson, Thomas Sterner
2012SSRN Electronic JournalThe Fundamental and Speculative Components of the Oil Spot Price: A Real Option Value ApproachClaudio Dicembrino, Pasquale L. Lucio Scandizzo
2012SSRN Electronic JournalCritical Improvements in Oil Market ModelingMichael Gucwa, Ali Nouri, Hillard Huntington, Saud M. Al-Fattah
2012Energy Policy: Vol. 42The nature of oil shocks and the global economyElizaveta Archanskaïa, Jérôme Creel, Paul Hubert
2012OPEC Energy Review: Vol. 36, Issue 2Petroleum consumption-oil price uncertainty nexus in OECD countries: application of EGARCH models and panel cointegrationFarshid Pourshahabi, Yaser Sattari, Ali Shirazi
2012SSRN Electronic JournalModeling Peak Oil and the Geological Constraints on Oil ProductionSamuel Jovan Okullo, Frederic Reynes, Marjan W. Hofkes
2012SSRN Electronic JournalOil Price Drivers and Movements: The Challenge for Future ResearchAnne-Marie Brook, Robert Price, Douglas Sutherland, Niels Westerlund, Christophe Andre
2012SSRN Electronic JournalAre There Carbon Savings from US Biofuel Policies? The Critical Importance of Accounting for Leakage in Land and Fuel MarketsNiágara Rodrigues, Luciano Losekann, Getulio Silveira Filho
2012SSRN Electronic JournalOil Markets and Price Movements: A Survey of DeterminantsIbrahim A. Tajudeen
2011Journal of Economic Studies: Vol. 38, Issue 5Transportation oil demand, consumer preferences and asymmetric pricesSvetlana Fedoseeva, Rodrigo Zeidan
2011SSRN Electronic JournalThe Role of Financial Markets in Determining Physical Oil Prices: A Survey of the LiteratureLouis H. Ederington, Chitru S. Fernando, Thomas K. Lee, Scott C. Linn, Anthony D. May
2011The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance: Vol. 51, Issue 3Modelling oil price expectations: Evidence from survey dataGeorges Prat, Remzi Uctum
2011Resource and Energy Economics: Vol. 33, Issue 4Co-optimization of enhanced oil recovery and carbon sequestrationAndrew Leach, Charles F. Mason, Klaas van ‘t Veld
2011SSRN Electronic JournalRe-Identifying the Rebound – What About Asymmetry?Manuel Frondel, Colin Vance
2011SSRN Electronic JournalRe-Indentifying the Rebound: What About Asymmetry?Manuel Frondel, Colin Vance
2011SSRN Electronic JournalThe Rapid Growth of Domestic Oil Consumption in Saudi Arabia and the Opportunity Cost of Oil Exports ForegoneDermot Gately, Nourah A. Al-Yousef, Hamad Al-Sheikh
2011SSRN Electronic JournalExplaining the Energy Consumption Portfolio in a Cross-Section of Countries: Are the BRICs Different?David M. Arseneau
2010SSRN Electronic JournalA Dynamic Theory of Resource WarDaron Acemoglu, Mikhail Golosov, Aleh Tsyvinski, Pierre Yared
2010Energy Economics: Vol. 32, Issue 5Is WTI crude oil market becoming weakly efficient over time?Yudong Wang, Li Liu
2010Energy Economics: Vol. 32, Issue 1Estimating petroleum products demand elasticities in Nigeria: A multivariate cointegration approachChunfei Weng, JINGONG HUANG, Chew Lian Chua
2010SSRN Electronic JournalHas Energy Leapfrogging Occurred on a Large Scale?Arthur van Benthem
2010Applied Economics Letters: Vol. 17, Issue 18Oil demand and technical progressChung-Siong Tang, Mori Kogid, James Alin, Brian Dollery
2010SSRN Electronic JournalReassessing the Oil Security PremiumMartin Stuermer
2010Energy Economics: Vol. 32, Issue 3The economics of allowing more U.S. oil drillingHafedh Bouakez, Nooman Rebei, Désiré Vencatachellum
2010SSRN Electronic JournalSpeculation Without Oil Stockpiling as a Signature: A Dynamic PerspectiveKamiar Mohaddes, M. Hashem Pesaran
2009Energy Policy: Vol. 37, Issue 11Oil and natural gas prices and greenhouse gas emission mitigationBas van Ruijven, Detlef P. van Vuuren
2009Energy Economics: Vol. 31, Issue 1The energy demand in the British and German industrial sectors: Heterogeneity and common factorsPaolo Agnolucci
2009Annual Review of Resource Economics: Vol. 1, Issue 1Urban Growth and Climate ChangeMatthew E. Kahn
2009SSRN Electronic JournalCauses and Consequences of the Oil Shock of 2007-08James D. Hamilton
2009SSRN Electronic JournalA Simple Model of an Oil Based Global Savings Glut - The 'China Factor' and the OPEC CartelAnsgar Hubertus Belke, Daniel Gros
2009SSRN Electronic JournalPrice Effect of Domestic Oil Tax Under Vertically-Related Markets StructureBassam Fattouh, Rahmatallah Poudineh, Rob West
2009SSRN Electronic JournalCoping with Rising Food Prices: Policy Dilemmas in the Developing WorldNora Claudia Lustig
2008SSRN Electronic JournalThe Economics of Allowing More Domestic Oil DrillingRobert W. Hahn, Peter Passell
2008SSRN Electronic JournalThought for Food: The Challenges of Coping with Soaring Food PricesNora Claudia Lustig
2008SSRN Electronic JournalOptimal Pass-Through of Oil Prices in an Economy with Nominal RigiditiesTarek N. Atallah, Simona Bigerna, C. Andrea Bollino
2008SSRN Electronic JournalStockpiling to Contain OPECMarc H. Vatter
2007Energy Policy: Vol. 35, Issue 7Three laws of energy transitionsIgor Bashmakov
2007SSRN Electronic JournalSpatial Development and Energy ConsumptionElena Safirova, Sébastien Houde, Winston Harrington
2007Energy Economics: Vol. 29, Issue 4Modelling OECD industrial energy demand: Asymmetric price responses and energy-saving technical changeDavid C. Broadstock, Alan Collins, Lester C. Hunt
2006Energy Policy: Vol. 34, Issue 18An empirical analysis of energy demand in NamibiaAkin Iwayemi, Adeola Adenikinju, M. Adetunji Babatunde
2005SSRN Electronic JournalModeling Factor Demands with SEM and VAR: An Empirical ComparisonMatteo Manera
2004SSRN Electronic JournalOil Price Developments: Drivers, Economic Consequences and Policy ResponsesHillard G Huntington
2004Energy Economics: Vol. 26, Issue 3Shares, gaps and the economy's response to oil disruptionsZhaohua Wang, Bai Han, Milin Lu


© 2022 International Association for Energy Economics | Privacy Policy | Return Policy