An international collection of twenty papers with three themes: energy demand, modelling energy supply and models of specific markets.
Table of ContentsContributors. Preface. Introduction; T. Sterner. Forecasting industrial energy use; G.A. Boyd. Best-practice and average practice: technique choice and energy demand in a vintage model; L. Hjalmarsson, F.R. Forsund. The effects of changes in the economic structure on energy demand in the Soviet Union and the United States of America; Y.D. Kononov, H.G. Huntington, E.A. Medvedeva, A. Boyd. Modelling transport fuel demand; T. Sterner, C.A. Dahl. Modelling the long-run supply of coal; R.P. Steenblik. Global availability of natural gas: resources, requirements and location; D.A. Dreyfus. Modelling oil exploration; V.R. Padilla. Environmental cost functions: a comparison between general and partial equilibrium; L. Bergman. Energy policies in a macroeconomic model: an analysis of energy taxes when oil prices decline; P. Capros, P. Karadeloglou, G. Mentzas. A comparison of energy-economy models: the French experience; G. Destais. Models and projections of energy use in the Soviet Union; Y. Sinyak. A detailed simulation approach to world energy modelling: the SIBILIN and POLES experiences; P. Criqui. Inferred demand and supply elasticities from a comparison of world oil models; H.G. Huntington. World oil market simulation; N. Baldwin, R. Prosser. International energy workshop projections; A.S. Manne, L. Schraltenholzer. Environmental regulations and innovation: a CGE approach for analysing short-run and long-run effects; G. Stephan. C02 emission limits: an economic cost analysis for the United States of America; A.S. Manne, R.G. Richels. Index.