13 March 2016

Special issue published: "Climate and Energy Economics"

International Journal of Green Economics 9(2) 2015
  • Green electricity: credence purchases, risky credit sales and an honourable amount of fraud
  • Drivers of global carbon dioxide emissions: international evidence
  • Fleet, prey, plough: exploiting economies of experience from the large WEG sector to sustain the small wind industry
  • Climate conditions and cocoa yields in ECOWAS countries: fully modified OLS approach
  • Climate finance towards vulnerable countries: evidence from the Global Environment Facility (GEF)

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