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Key World Energy Statistics 2014 Click to Access:
    http://oecd.metastore.ingenta.com/content/6414011e.pdf
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The IEA produced its first handy, pocket-sized summary of key energy data in 1997 and every year since then it has been more and more successful. Key World Energy Statistics contains timely, clearly-presented data on supply, transformation and ...
Taxing the Rent of Non-Renewable Resource Sectors Click to Access:
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This study analyses the economic rent generated by the exploitation of a non-renewable resource, and the taxation of this rent. We present a synthetic model of a non-renewable-resource sector where deposits must be costly developed before they are exploited; the analysis emphasizes the effect...

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Capturing the Multiple Benefits of Energy Efficiency Click to Access:
    http://oecd.metastore.ingenta.com/content/6114321e.pdf
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This book explains the multiple benefits of energy efficiency, and demonstrates how policy makers and other stakeholders can use existing tools to measure and maximise the benefits they seek.
Productivity Measurement with Natural Capital and Bad Outputs Click to Access:
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This paper presents a productivity growth measure that explicitly accounts for natural capital as an input factor and for undesirable goods, or "bads", as an output of the production process. The discussion focuses on the extension of productivity measurement for bad outputs and estimates of...
 
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Did you know that at current rates the world will need nearly 50% more energy by 2035 and 96% of this new demand will come from the countries outside the OECD ?