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IAEE New York City International Conference
Date: June 15-18, 2014
Host: USAEE
Location: New Yorker Hotel, Downtown NY City
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The United States Association for Energy Economics is a non-profit organization of business, government, academic and other professionals that advances the understanding and application of economics across all facets of energy development and use, including theory, business, public policy and environmental considerations.

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  • Provides a forum that includes practitioners, teachers and students of energy economics and related disciplines for the exchange of ideas, advances and professional experiences.
  • Promotes the development and education of energy professionals.
  • Fosters an improved understanding of energy economics and energy related issues by all interested parties.
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Energy Economics is coming to New York City!

IAEE International Conference - New York City: June 15-18, 2013

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Featured Papers on Plenary Session Themes:

Climate, Air Quality and Security: The Policy Push for Alternative Fuels in Transportation

Global Energy Demand Growth

Papers from our Colleagues

Do the Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS) Promote Renewable Electricity Generation in the USA? Evidence from a Panel Data Econometric Study

Risk-Based Assessment of Energy Security A Case from Europe

Gasoline Prices, Vehicle Spending and National Employment: Vector Error Correction Estimates Implying a Structurally Adapting, Integrated System, 1949-2011

Arizona Decision On Solar PVs Shows Tough Choices Ahead A compromise decision leaves both sides disappointed

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National Capital Area Chapter (Washington, DC) Overnight Field Trip Touring Energy Facilities in Western Pennsylvania and Maryland