Our conferences provide the opportunity to hear the latest research in energy economics and dialogue that takes place between industry, government and academia. IAEE meets globally between three to five times per year. Don’t miss your opportunity to present your research.
Membership in IAEE is open to anyone worldwide who has an interest in the fields of energy or energy economics. Our membership consists of those working in both the public and private sectors including government, academic and commercial.
IAEE publishes three publications throughout the year. These are The Energy Journal, Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy and the Energy Forum. Members of the association receive these publications as part of their membership.
"The Energy Journal" is the official quarterly journal of the IAEE. It was founded in 1980 to promote the advancement and dissemination of new knowledge concerning energy and related topics. The editors strive to publish a blend of theoretical, empirical and policy related papers in energy economics. Articles published in the Energy Journal provide rigorous and innovative analyses of interest to academics, energy industry professionals, civil servants and regulators, and the financial community such as Wall Street analysts.
Each quarterly issue (250 pages) contains original refereed articles, short notes, and book reviews on energy related topics.
Non-technical articles on important policy issues are published in the `Energy Perspectives' section.
A `Research Forum' section reports on the emergence of new analytical methods for economic analysis of energy.
Contributions are welcomed covering all the major areas of energy economics.
Scope and topics covered include:
Energy & environmental issues
Petroleum (upstream & downstream)
Energy & developing countries
Natural gas topics
Gasoline demand analysis
OPEC and oil markets
Alternative transportation fuels
Market power issues
Nuclear power issues
Emissions trading (SO2, CO2)
Carbon emissions reduction
More than half of the manuscripts are submitted from outside North America. Forty-six percent of submissions come from Europe with the remainder from North America (30) Asia-Pacific (13%) and the rest of the world (11%). All papers are rigorously peer-reviewed with an acceptance rate of one in five. The average time for an editorial decision is three months.
For more on topic coverage see recent abstracts of published articles.
ISI Ranking (2016) Journal Citation Report
Impact Factor: 2.429 (average citations per paper published in prior 2 years)
Five-Year Impact Factor: 2.652
Article Influence Score: 1.360
Ranked 72/344 in Economics titles for 2015, according to the ISI Journal Citation Report, Science Edition, (Economics Category). Quartile: Q1