Virtual Special Issue
Free Access to Energy and Development Economics Research on Key Themes from EAERE 2017
To mark EAERE 2017, we are delighted to give free access to a selection of recent articles from our energy, sustainability and development economics and related journals that tie in with the key themes from the conference.
Access the following articles for free until 23 September 2017.
Adapting to climate change: Is cooperation good for the environment?
A literature study for DEA applied to energy and environment
Climate change policy under polar amplification
European Economic Review
Is regulation by milestones efficiency enhancing? An experimental study of environmental protection
European Journal of Political Economy
Has climate change driven urbanization in Africa?
Journal of Development Economics
Benefits and ancillary costs of natural infrastructure: Evidence from the New Jersey coast
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management
Optimal real estate capital durability and localized climate change disaster risk
Journal of Housing Economics
The dynamic impact of unilateral environmental policies
Journal of International Economics
The fossil episode
Journal of Monetary Economics
The photovoltaic growth in the European Union requires stronger RES support
Journal of Policy Modeling
Trade in fossil fuel deposits for preservation and strategic action
Journal of Public Economics
Renewable energy and negative externalities: The effect of wind turbines on house prices
Journal of Urban Economics
Does the housing market value energy efficient homes? Evidence from the energy star program
Regional Science and Urban Economics
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