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.
Surrey Energy Economics Centre (SEEC)
Department of Economics
University of Surrey
Good first degree in Economics or an equivalent qualification. However, in certain cases, applicants who have a joint degree in economics and a related discipline, but who have had a wide involvement in the energy field may also be considered. Graduates in mathematics, engineering, and science may also be considered.
To provide a thorough understanding of economic and policy issues affecting national and international energy industries and provide a thorough preparation for research work and policy making.
Microeconomics, Quantitative Methods for Economists, Econometrics, Energy Economics & Technology, General Principles of Regulation, Natural Resources, Energy and the Environment, Petroleum Economics, Competition and Regulation in Energy and Water.
12 months full-time, up to 72 months part-time
180 credits (including a dissertation)
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