International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy

International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy (IJEEP) is the international academic journal, and is a double-blind, peer-reviewed academic journal publishing high quality conceptual and measure development articles in the areas of energy economics, energy policy and related disciplines.

ISSN: 2146-4553

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The main aim of ICBEEES 2014 to provide productive opportunities for academics and practitioners from interdisciplinary fields of Business, Economics and Environmental Sciences to meet, share and take away expertise and ideas in related disciplines. The conference will bring together leading researchers and economists in the domain of interest around the globe. ICBEEES 2014 offers interdisciplinary themes of quality R&D topical developments from potential contributors and experts and provides an opportunity to bring in the new techniques and horizons that will contribute to businesses, environment and economy.

The ICBEEES 2014 will take place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, between 19-21 September, 2014. 

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Posted: 2014-03-13
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Vol 4, No 2 (2014)

Table of Contents


Cointegration Relationships to Estimate the Marginal Cost of Deficit in Planning a Hydrothermal System: The Case of Brazil PDF
Lucio Guido Tapia Carpio 117-124
Causal Relationship between Energy Consumption, Economic Growth and CO2 Emissions: A Dynamic Panel Data Approach PDF
Chaido Dritsaki, Melina Dritsaki 125-136
Foreign Direct Investment in Post-Conflict Countries: The Case of Iraq’s Oil and Electricity Sectors PDF
Ghassan Faraj Hanna, Mohamad Saleh Hammoud, Judith A. Russo-Converso 137-148
On The Demand Dynamics of Electricity in Ghana: Do Exogenous Non-Economic Variables Count? PDF
Ishmael Ackah, Frank Adu, Richard Opoku Takyi 149-153
Energy Consumption and Economic Growth: Evidence from Low-Income Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa PDF
Eyup DOGAN 154-162
Sizing and Costing Optimisation of a Typical Wind/PV Hybrid Electricity Generation System for a Typical Residential Building in Urban Armidale NSW, Australia PDF
Yasser Maklad 163-168
Were Oil Price Markets the Source of Credit Crisis in European Countries? Evidence Using a VAR-MGARCH-DCC Model PDF
Nadhem Selmi, Nejib Hachicha 169-177
Energy Use, Income and Carbon Dioxide Emissions: Direct and Multi-Horizon Causality in Canada PDF
Patrick Withey 178-188
Does WTI Oil Price Returns Volatility Spillover to the Exchange Rate and Stock Index in the US? PDF
Ching-Chun Wei, Chung-Hsuan Chen 189-197
An Analysis of Development Mechanism of China’s Smart Grid PDF
Xiaoling Yuan, Jiangyang Zhang 198-207
Quantification and Costing of Domestic Electricity Generation for Armidale, New South Wales, Australia Utilising Micro Wind Turbines PDF
Yasser Maklad 208-219
Prospective Modelling of Oil Supply in Tunisia PDF
Thameur Necibi 220-228
Empirical Research on the Relationship Between China Export and New Energy Consumption PDF
Lili Li 229-237
Effects of Oil and Natural Gas Prices on Industrial Production In the Eurozone Member Countries PDF
Yılmaz BAYAR, Cuneyt KILIC 238-247
Household Energy Use and Determinants: Evidence from Nigeria PDF
Fidelis O. Ogwumike, Uchechukwu M. Ozughalu, Gabriel A. Abiona 248-262
Electricity Consumption and Economic Growth: A Linear and Nonlinear Causality Investigation for Turkey PDF
Maria PEMPETZOGLOU 263-273
Renewable Energy Support Mechanism in Turkey: Financial Analysis and Recommendations to Policymakers PDF
Mustafa GOZEN 274-287
Oil Market, Nuclear Energy Consumption and Economic Growth: Evidence from Emerging Economies PDF
Hanan Naser 288-296
Climate Change and Crop Production in Nigeria: An Error Correction Modelling Approach PDF
P. B. Eregha, J. S. Babatolu, R. T. Akinnubi 297-311
The Renewable Energy Production-Economic Development Nexus PDF
Gorkemli Kazar, Altug Kazar 312-319

ISSN: 2146-4553