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Faculty of Economics

Q48

Energy: Government Policy


Title AuthorsYearJEL Codes
Strategic Reserves Versus Market-Wide Capacity MechanismsHolmberg, P. and Tangerås, T.[2021]D25 D47 Q40 Q48
Designing Efficient Renewable Electricity Support SchemesNewbery, D.[2021]D44 D62 D86 H23 H25 L94 Q28 Q42 Q48
Political Ideology and Public Views of the Energy Transition in Australia and the UKClulow, Z., Ferguson, M., Ashworth, P. and Reiner, D.[2021]D72 P18 Q42 Q48
The Contribution of Taxes, Subsidies and Regulations to British Electricity DecarbonisationGreen, R. and Staffell, I.[2021]L94 Q48 Q58
The cost of uncoupling GB interconnectorsGuo, B. and Newbery, D.[2021]F14 F15 Q47 Q48 L94
A Portfolio approach to wind and solar deployment in AustraliaChyong, C K., Li, C., Reiner, D., and Roques, F.[2020]Q48 L98 G11 Q42 C60
Grounded reality meets machine learning: A deep-narrative analysis framework for energy policy researchDebnath, R., Darby, S., Bardhan, R., Mohaddes, K., Sunikka-Blank, M.[2020]Q40 Q48 R28
The Cost of Trade Distortion: Britain’s Carbon Price Support and Cross-border Electricity TradeGuo, B., Newbery, D.[2020]Q48 F14 D61 C13
Club goods and a tragedy of the commons: the Clean Energy Package and wind curtailmentNewbery, D.[2020]H23 L94 Q28 Q42 Q48
Carbon pricing and the elasticity of CO2 emissionsRafaty, R., Dolphin, G., Pretis, F.[2020]Q43 Q48 Q54 Q58 H23
Economic Efficiency of Alternative Border Carbon Adjustment Schemes: A Case Study of California Carbon Pricing and the Western North American Power MarketXu, Q., Hobbs, B.[2020]H23 L94 Q48
A review of challenges from increasing renewable generation in the Indian Power SystemDebnath, R., Mittal, V., Jindal, A.[2020]Q4 Q42 Q48
Cost Pass-through in the British Wholesale Electricity Market: Implications of Brexit and the ETS reformGuo, B., Castagneto Gissey, G.[2019]L13 Q48 D41 H23 C32
What Predicts Government Trustworthiness in Cross-border HK-Guangdong Nuclear Safety Emergency Governance?Han, Y., Lam, J., Guo, P., Gou, Z.[2019]D81 Q42 Q48
Financing low-carbon generation in the UK: The hybrid RAB modelNewbery, D., Pollitt, M., Reiner, D. and Taylor, S.[2019]C54 D53 E43 G11 H23 H54 L94 Q44 Q48
A Unit Commitment and Economic Dispatch Model of the GB Electricity Market – Formulation and Application to Hydro Pumped StorageChyong, C-K., Newbery, D., McCarty, T.[2019]C61 C63 L94 L98 Q40 Q41 Q48
European Gas Markets, Trading Hubs, and Price Formation: A Network PerspectiveWoroniuk, D., Karam, A., Jamasb, T.[2019]C32 F18 Q43 Q47 Q48
Can wholesale electricity prices support “subsidy-free” generation investment in Europe?Chyong, C., Pollitt, M., Cruise, R.[2019]D47 L94 L98 L51 Q48 Q41 C61
The Impact of Unilateral Carbon Taxes on Cross-Border Electricity TradingGuo, B., Newbery, D., Gissey, G.[2019]Q48 F14 D61 C13
Political Economy of Reform and Regulation in the Electricity Sector of Sub-Saharan AfricaImam, M., Jamasb, T. and Llorca, M.[2019]D73 Q48 L51 L94 O55 P16
The role of expectations for market design – on structural regulatory uncertainty in electricity marketsAmbrosius, M., Egerer, J., Grimm, V. and van der Weijde, A.[2019]D47 D80 L51 Q41 Q48
The private and social value of British electrical interconnectorsNewbery, D., Gissey, G., Guo, B. and Dodds, P.[2019]C54 D40 D44 F14 D47 H23 L94 Q48
Strengths and Weaknesses of the British Market ModelNewbery, D.[2019]D43,D47 H23 L94 Q48 Q54
The impact of a Carbon Tax on the CO2 emissions reduction of windChyong, C-K., Guo, B., Newbery, D.[2019]H23 L94 Q48 Q54
China’s Response to Nuclear Safety Post-Fukushima: Genuine or Rhetoric?Lam, J., Cheung, L., Han, Y., Wang, S.[2018]C89 Q42 Q48
Reactive Power Procurement: Lessons from Three Leading CountriesAnaya, K., Pollitt, M.[2018]D47 L51 Q40 Q48
Economic dispatch in the electricity sector in China: potential benefits and challenges aheadChen, H., Chyong CK., Kang, J-N., Wei Y-M.[2018]P28 Q48 L94 L51 L52
When is a carbon price floor desirable?Newbery, D., Reiner, D., Ritz, R.[2018]H23 L94 Q48 Q54
Trust in Government and Effective Nuclear Safety Governance in Great BritainLam, J., Li, V., Reiner, D., Han, Y., Wang, S.[2018]D81 Q42 Q48
Stakeholder Views on Interactions between Low-carbon Policies and Carbon Markets in China: Lessons from the Guangdong ETSJiang, M., Liang, X., Reiner, D., Lin, B. and Duan, M.[2018]H23 Q58 N45 Q48 Q54
Storage Business Models: Lessons for Electricity from Natural Gas, Cloud Data and Frozen FoodAnaya, K. and Pollitt, M.[2018]L94 Q48
Power Sector Reform and Corruption: Evidence from Electricity Industry in Sub-Saharan AfricaImam, M., Jamasb, T. and Llorca, M.[2018]Q48 D02 K23 D73
Designing an electricity wholesale market to accommodate significant renewables penetration: Lessons from BritainNewbery, D.[2017]D47 D52 H23 L94 Q48 Q54
On the viability of energy communitiesAbada, I. and Ehrenmann, A. and Lambin, X.[2017]C71 Q42 Q48 Q55 Q21
Market design for a high-renewables European electricity systemNewbery, D. and Pollitt, M. and Ritz, R. and Strielkowski, W.[2017]H23 L94 Q28 Q48
A Social Cost Benefit Analysis of Grid-Scale Electrical Energy Storage Projects: Evaluating the Smarter Network Storage ProjectSidhu, A. and Pollitt, M. and Anaya, K.[2017]L94 L98 Q48 D61
Small Systems, Big Targets: Power Sector Reforms and Renewable Energy Development in Small Electricity SystemsNepal, R. and Jamasb, T. and Sen, A. and Cram, L.[2017]D04 L94 Q48 L51
Equilibrium supply security in a multinational electricity market with renewable productionTangeras, T.[2017]D24 H23 L94 Q48
What future(s) for liberalized electricity markets: efficient, equitable or innovative?Newbery, D.[2017]D44 L51 L94 Q40 Q48 Q51
Gone with the wind? An empirical analysis of the renewable energy rent transferLiski, M. and Vehviläinen, I.[2017]L51 L94 Q28 Q42 Q48
Improving Decision Making for Public R&D Investment in Energy: Utilizing Expert Elicitation in Parametric ModelsChan, G. and Anadon, L-D.[2016]O32 O38 G11 Q48 D81
Pricing electricity and supporting renewables in Heavily Energy Subsidized EconomiesNewbery, D. M.[2016]H23 h53 Q41 Q48 Q54
Questioning the EU Target Electricity Model - how should it be adapted to deliver the Trilemma?Newbery, D. M.[2016]D47 H23 L94 Q48 Q54
Policies for decarbonizing a liberalized power sectorNewbery, D. M.[2016]C65 Q42 Q48 Q51 Q54
The economics of global LNG trade: the case of Atlantic and Pacific inter-basin arbitrage in 2010-2014 Chyong, C.-K. and Kazmin, R.[2016]Q48 L140 L130 O13 Q47 Q410 P28
The long-run equilibrium impact of intermittent renewables on wholesale electricity pricesNewbery, D. M.[2016]D47 H23 L94 Q42 Q48 Q54
Markets and long-term contracts: The case of Russian gas supplies to EuropeChyong, C.-K.[2015]L140 L130 Q47 Q48 Q410 P28 O13
Can current electricity markets cope with high shares of renewables? A comparison of approaches in Germany, the UK and the State of New YorkPollitt, M. and Anaya, K.[2015]L94 L98 Q48
Reforming UK energy policy to live within its means Newbery, D. M.[2015]H2 H41 Q42 Q48 Q54
Capacity market design options: a dynamic capacity investment model and a GB case studyHach, D., Chyong, C. and Spinler, S.[2015]Q48 L94 L98 C44 D81
Distributed Generation: Opportunities for Distribution Network Operators, Wider Society and GeneratorsAnaya, K. L. and Pollitt, M. G.[2015]D61 H25 L51 L94 Q40 Q48
Integrating Distributed Generation: Regulation and Trends in Three Leading CountriesAnaya, K. and Pollitt, M.[2014]H25 L94 L98 Q48
The Role of Distribution Network Operators in Promoting Cost-Effective Distributed Generation: Lessons from the United States for EuropeAnaya, K. and Pollitt, M.[2014]D44 L51 L94 Q28,Q48
Reform of the Coal Sector in an Open Economy: The Case of ChinaJi, S., Zhang, Y.-F. and Jamasb, T.[2014]C70 H20 H32 L50 Q38 Q48
The Japanese Electricity System 15 months After March 11th 2011Haarscher, A., Bruner, M., Doblas, J. and Fargere, A.[2014]O13 P28 P48 Q41 Q47 Q48
Scotland, Nuclear Energy Policy and Independance Heffron, R. J. and Nuttall, W.[2014]K32 L94 O21 Q48
2013 EPRG Public Opinion Survey: Smart Energy Survey — Attitudes and BehavioursOseni, M. O., Pollitt, M., Reiner, D. M. and Richter, L. L.[2013]Q40 Q48 Q42 L94
Finding the Optimal Approach for Allocating and Realising the Distribution System Capacity: Decidng between Interruptible Connections and Firm DG Connections.Anaya, K. L. and Pollitt, M.[2013]D61 L51 L94 Q21 Q40 Q48
EU Gas Supply Security: Unfinished BusinessNoël, P.[2013]O13 P28 Q48
The Photovoltaic Crisis and the Demand-side Generation in SpainMir-Artigues, P.[2013]Q42 Q48
Stability versus Sustainability: Energy Policy in the Gulf MonarchiesKrane, J.[2013]O13 P16 H23 Q41 Q48
Nuclear Energy policy in the United States 1990-2010: A Federal or State ResponsibilityHeffron, R.[2013]K32 L94 Q48
The current state of CCS: Ongoing research at the University of Cambridge with application to the UK policy frameworkDaniels, K. A., Huppert, H., Neufeld, J. and Reiner, D.[2012]O13 Q40 Q41 Q42 Q48 Q51 Q54 Q55 Q58
Energy-efficiency and environmental policies & income supplements in the UK: Their evolution and distributional impact in relation to domestic energy billsChawla, M. and Pollitt, M.[2012]Q48
An expensive diversion: Abu Dhabi's renewables investments in the context of its natural gas shortageKrane, J.[2012]O13 P42 Q41 Q42 Q48
The political economy of electricity market liberalization: a cross-country approachErdogdu, E.[2012]L94 L52 Q48
The Cost of Improving Gas Supply Security in the Baltic StatesNoël, P., Findlater, S. and Chyong, C. K.[2012]O13 P28 Q48
Reforming Competitive Electricity Markets to Meet Environmental TargetsNewbery, D. M.[2011]Q48 Q42 L94
2010 EPRG Public Opinion Survey: Policy Preferences and Energy Saving MeasuresPlatchkov, L., Pollitt, M., Reiner, D. and Shaorshadze, I.[2011]Q40 Q48 Q42 L94
Reforming Small Power Systems under Political Volatility: The Case of NepalNepal, R. and Jamasb, T.[2011]L52 L94 Q48
Demand-side Management Strategies and the Residential Sector: Lessons from International ExperienceBrophy Haney, A., Jamasb, T., Platchkov, L. M. and Pollitt, M. G.[2010]Q41 Q48 D10
Cost Curves for Gas Supply Security: The Case of BulgariaSilve, F. and Noel, P.[2010]L38 Q48 L5 L95 L98

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