The Energy Management Centre (EMC) at ESCP Business School is delighted to announce that six articles included in the special edition of Energy Policy Journal titled 'Oil and Gas Perspectives in the 21st Century' are listed in their Top 25 most-downloaded articles published.
The special edition of this international, peer-reviewed journal was edited by Prof. Vlasios Voudouris,
Director of the ESCP Executive Master in Energy Management Programme and published by Elsevier ("The world-leading provider of information") in January, 2014.
Full list of articles and authors:
Vlasios Voudouris, ABM Analytics Ltd; ESCP Business School
Robert Ayres, INSEAD
Christophe McGlade, University College London (UCL) Institute for Sustainable Resources
Paul Ekins, University College London (UCL) Institute for Sustainable Resources
No 4: Energy, EROI and quality of life
Jessica G. Lambert, Next Generation Energy Initiative, Inc
Charles A.S. Hall, Next Generation Energy Initiative, Inc
Stephen Balogh, Next Generation Energy Initiative, Inc
Ajay Gupta, Next Generation Energy Initiative, Inc
Michelle Arnold, Next Generation Energy Initiative, Inc
No 10: EROI of different fuels and the implications for society
Charles A.S. Hall, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Jessica G. Lambert, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Stephen Balogh, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry
No 13: The European framework for energy and climate policies
Dieter Helm, University of Oxford
Ian Chapman, Business School, University of Cumbria
About the Energy Policy Journal
The International Journal of the Political, Economic, Planning, Environmental and Social Aspects of Energy
Energy Policy is an international peer-reviewed journal addressing the policy implications of energy supply and use from their economic, social, planning and environmental aspects. Papers may cover global, regional, national, or even local topics that are of wider policy significance, and of interest to international agencies, governments, public and private sector entities, local communities and non-governmental organisations. Within this broad spectrum, topics of particular interest include energy and environmental regulation, energy supply security, the quality and efficiency of energy services, the effectiveness of market-based approaches and/or governmental interventions, technological innovation and diffusion, and voluntary initiatives where the broader policy implications can be recognised. Policy prescriptions are required to be supported by rigorous analysis and balanced appraisal.