All pages with keywords: energy prices
Professor Dieter Helm’s Cost of Energy review was greeted in parts of the press with headlines like “excessive green taxes force up energy bills”. Sam Fankhauser analyses the review in the context of UK efforts to tackle climate change. read more »
Responding to the publication today [25 October, 2017] of the independent Cost of Energy Review by Professor Dieter Helm, CBE, Bob Ward, policy and communications director at the Grantham Research … read more »
Building preservation policies cost English households £500 million in energy bills every year, study finds
Residents of Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas miss out on saving up to £240 on annual energy bills because preservation policies make it harder to reduce energy use, according to a new study published by the Grantham Research Institute. read more »
The purpose of this paper is to identify the changes in the impact of energy shocks on economic activity – with an interest in assessing if an economy’s vulnerability and … read more »
Grantham Workshop | Aurélien Saussay ‘The impacts of energy prices on industrial foreign investment location: evidence from global firm level data’
Aurélien Saussay, an Economist at the Department of Analysis and Forecast, Sciences Po, will be the speaker for this seminar. This seminar is open to all LSE staff and students. … read more »
This paper measures the response of bilateral trade flows to differences in industrial energy prices across countries. Using a rich panel dataset with 42 countries, 62 manufacturing sectors over 16 … read more »
Prof. Reed Walker, Assistant Professor at the Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley, will be the speaker at this event.
International and sectoral variation in energy prices 1995-2011: how does it relate to emissions policy stringency?
New research analsying major trends in global energy prices and the extent to which energy prices are a good proxy for emissions policy stringency. New dataset available. read more »
New study concludes increases in energy costs are unlikely to have much effect on European businesses and trade
A large increase in energy prices in the European Union would have only a very small effect on exports by European industry and the balance of trade, according to a new academic paper published today (2 March 2015) read more »
This paper measures the response of bilateral trade flows to differences in industrial energy prices across countries. Using a panel for the period 1996-2011 including 42 countries, 62 sectors and … read more »