Energy topics, has always been one important challenges in the country. Solving problems and challenges should be done economically through the promotion of research and development.
In order to improve the level of research in this area, documentation and publication of the results of R&D projects is essential. Also taking advantage of the views of other philosophy experts of Energy Economics is our strategic priorities, so publishing high-quality scientific articles makes be detected, important applied areas related to the main challenges in this field.
International Journal of energy & economic development
is the premier field journal for energy economics with emphasis on power system issues. Themes include, but are not limited to, the exploitation, conversion and use of all types of energy, energy markets, regulation and taxation, energy tariff setting, forecasting, environment and climate, international trade. Contributions to the journal can use a range of methods, like but not limited to experiments, surveys, econometrics, decomposition, simulation models, equilibrium models, optimization models, and analytical models
Themes include, but are not limited to, the exploitation, conversion and use of energy, markets for energy commodities and derivatives, regulation and taxation, forecasting, environment and climate, international trade, development, and monetary policy. Contributions to the journal can use a range of methods, if appropriately and rigorously applied, including but not limited to experiments, surveys, econometrics, decomposition, simulation models, equilibrium models, optimization models, and analytical models.
Resource and Energy Economics publishes theoretical and empirical papers, firmly grounded in economic theory, that advance our understanding of and provide novel insights into environmental and natural resource problems and policies broadly defined, as well as analyses of energy use and markets that link resource and environmental issues to energy. Contributions may address any problem involving economic and environmental linkages, including, but not limited to, utilization and development of the earth's natural resources (renewable and non-renewable); international trade and global environmental problems; non-market valuation methodology and novel applications of valuation techniques; experimental economics pertaining to environmental and natural resources; and choice and impact of environmental policy instruments. Also of interest are energy-related papers addressing regional or global pollution as well as the relationships between renewable and non-renewable energy sources and markets.