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Geopolitics: Commitments through Financial Options: A Way to Facilitate Compliance with Climate Change Obligations

Karsten Neuhoff, University of Cambridge This paper has shown that states can overcome both the internal and the external commitment problem and thus credibly ...

Geopolitics: Understanding Gazprom

Nicholas Perry, PES Ltd Russian military doctrine would encourage Gazprom to ‘think in 4-D’, to move swiftly, unexpectedly, and on multiple axes, to ‘con...

Geopolitics: The New Security Environment for European Gas: Worsening Geopolitics and Increasing Global Competition for LNG

Jonathan Stern, Oxford Energy Institute The combination of impending decline of indigenous production, political and institutional obstacles to gas export de...

High Energy Prices and the World Economy

Christopher Allsopp, Oxford Energy Institute The relationship between energy prices and the world economy is examined. World growth has been strong and benign ...

Student Marketplace: Impact on distribution losses of changing the domestic single-rate demand profile

R. Shaw, University of Surrey  

Transport: The demand for gasoline in Japan to 2020 and new car fuel efficiency

David Bonilla, University of Cambridge Japanese private vehicle fuel efficiency has not improved significantly since 1989. The objective of the paper is to pre...

Transport: Structural differences in the economics of contrasting approaches to urban H2 infrastructure development for transport

David Joffe, University of Cambridge If hydrogen vehicles are to be deployed, an infrastructure must be developed to supply the hydrogen and refuel the vehicles...

Transport: The impact of standards and fuel prices on vehicle fuel efficiency: an international panel analysis

Theodoros Zachariadis, University of Cyprus  There is an intense debate over whether fuel economy standards or fuel taxation is the more appropriate policy in...

Transport: Vehicle Ownership and Income Growth, Worldwide: 1960-2030

Joyce Dargay, Leeds University The speed of vehicle ownership expansion in emerging market and developing countries has important implications for transport an...

Transport: Effect of a Pay-As-You-Drive charge on the adoption of lower carbon vehicles

Ben Lane, EcoLane and James Warren, OU It is now becoming clear that the ACEA voluntary agreement for reducing CO2 emissions from new cars to 140g/km by 2008 ...

Transport: Contracting UK carbon emissions: implications for UK aviation

Alice Bows, University of Manchester Stabilising atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations at or below 550ppmv is widely believed to be necessary to avoid ‘d...

Decentralisation Issues: Decentralised Energy Potential

Dr. Douglas Parr, Greenpeace UK Transmission and distribution are a significant part of UK electricity costs and aging infrastructure requires investment. Dece...
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