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eBook Coal models and their use in government planning ePub

eBook Coal models and their use in government planning ePub
Language: English
ISBN: 0030615763
ISBN13: 978-0030615764
Publisher: Praeger (1982)
Pages: 261
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Coal Models and Their Use in Government Planning New York, Prager, 1982. Quirk, James . and Katsuaki L Terasawa. The Choice of Discount Rate Applicable to Government Resource Use (R3464)" Rand Report, December 1987. and Burness H, Stuart. and George Horwich. Essays in Contemporary Field of Economics west Lafayette, Indiana,Purdue, 1981. Water Law, Water Transfers, and Economic Efficiency: the Colorado River", Journal of Law and Economics 23, 111-134, 1980.

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Conference: DOE/JPL conference on coal models and their use in government planning, Carmel, CA, USA, 1 Jul 1979. Country of Publication: United States. cle{osti 6474129, title {Coal models and their use in government planning}, author {Quirk, J. and Terasawa, K. and Whipple, ., abstractNote {This volume contains revised updated versions of 15 papers originally presented at a 1979 conference sponsored by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and the Department of Energy (DOE) in Carmel, California

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This book extends rational expectations models by including agents who doubt their models and adopt precautionary decisions designed to protect themselves from adverse consequences of model misspecification. This behavior has consequences for what are ordinarily interpreted as market prices of risk, but big parts of which should actually be interpreted as market prices of model uncertainty.

He says that especially in emerging and developing countries, there's not enough confidence in renewable energies, whereas carbon technology is seen as familiar and easy to use. "We mustn't forget that renewable energies need a completely different infrastructure than coal technology.

The history of coal mining in the United States goes back to the 1300s, when the Hopi Indians used coal. The first commercial use came in 1701, within the Manakin-Sabot area of Richmond, Virginia.

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