This journal provides a serious forum for research papers concerned with the modelling and economic analysis of energy systems and issues. Contributions to this theme can arise from a number of disciplines, including economic theory, financial economics, regulatory economics, computational economics, statistics, econometrics, operational research and strategic modelling. A wide interpretation of the subject is encouraged to include, for example, issues related to forecasting, financing, pricing, investment, taxation, development, policy, conservation, regulation, risk management, insurance, portfolio theory, fiscal regimes, accounting and the environment. The journal is of interest to professional economists, financial analysts, consultants, policy makers as well as academic researchers concerned with the economic analysis of energy issues, broadly interpreted.
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