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A literature review section of The Energy Journal will examine books and reports, which pertain to the fields of energy and economics.

Reviews of books or reports should not exceed 2500 words.

If you would like to review books and reports for The Energy Journal, please fill in this online registration form.

First Name
Last Name
Company/Organization
Position
Email Address
Resume (CV)
Please select your area(s) of expertise so that we may route books/reports appropriately:
Topics in energy economics:
    Petroleum
    Natural Gas
    Coal
    Nuclear Power and Uranium
    Unconventional Fossil Resources
    Electricity
    Renewables
    Energy and the Environment
    Energy and the Economy
    Energy Security and Geopolitics
    Energy Investment and Finance
    Energy Modeling
    Developing Countries

The following information is stored by The Energy Journal with respect to your activities as a reviewer:

  • First Name, Last Name – Your name is stored for the purposes of personalizing communications and providing credit to active reviewers.
  • Company, Organization – Your organization is stored for the purpose of identifying reviewers from organizations that have a particular area of expertise.
  • Country – Your country is stored for the purpose of ensuring a wide geographical distribution of reviewers
  • Email Address – Your email address is stored for the purpose of communicating with you on matters relating to The Energy Journal review process
  • Specializations – Your specializations are stored for the purpose of matching review material with suitable reviewers

Note that none of this information is shared with third parties or used for purposes outside of the Energy Journal reviewing process.

 I understand and consent to the use of my submitted information for the purposes outlined above.

To submit books for review please contact:

Energy Journal Editorial Staff at energyjournal@iaee.org

Book Review Editors
Carol Dahl, Colorado School of Mines. cadahl@mines.edu
Maureen S. Crandall, National Defense University, crandallm@ndu.edu
Peter J.G. Pearson, Cardiff University, Pearsonpj@cardiff.ac.uk
Frank Felder, Rutgers University, ffelder@rci.rutgers.edu