This blog features new documents and web resources for scholars of resource and energy economics, environmental and energy policy and risk management. The reason I post mainly non-academic reports (from governmental entities, trade associations, think tanks,etc.) is because sources already exist for academic papers in economics. In particular, these are: RePEc, AgEcon Search and the fee-based alerts from Social Science Research Network. However, there is no single source for current non-academic research in topics relevant to environmental and energy econ and risk management. Your comments are appreciated.
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