Dorsman, A., Westerman, W., Karan, M.B., Arslan, Ö. (Eds.)
2011, VIII, 231 p.
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Combines energy economics, energy finance and energy policy issues
Contributions by scholars from all over the world
Energy production and supply, as well as sourcing and consumption, are becoming evermore important in a volatile world. In this book, attention is paid to prevalent energy issues from a finance perspective. The topics discussed cover markets, prices, regulations and firms. An international group of authors from both academia and energy practice provides in twelve chapters a state of the art of the energy markets in a finance environment. They do so by discussing the current knowledge and presenting empirical research in this quickly changing and developing field. This book is the first in a planned series on energy at a high scientific level organized by the Centre for Energy and Value Issues (CEVI).
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Corporate Finance - Energy - European - Markets - Regulation