Energy, Economics and the Environment (University Casebook Series)

ISBN-13: 9781609303075

ISBN-10: 1609303075

Author: Joel Eisen, Emily Hammond, Jim Rossi, David Spence, Jacqueline Weaver, Hannah Wiseman

Edition: 4

Publication date:
2015
Publisher:
Foundation Press
Format:
Hardcover 1127 pages
Category:
Business, Economics, Law, Physics, Environmental Studies
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Acknowledged author Joel Eisen wrote Energy, Economics and the Environment (University Casebook Series) comprising 1127 pages back in 2015. Textbook and etextbook are published under ISBN 1609303075 and 9781609303075. Since then Energy, Economics and the Environment (University Casebook Series) textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $84.02 or rent at the marketplace.


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The Fourth Edition of Energy, Economics and the Environment focuses on the unifying characteristics of energy law, while also emphasizing its connections to environmental and economic issues affecting energy industries. The casebook covers the full range of energy resources, as well as an in-depth examination of issues related to electric power.Like previous editions, this casebook is intended to be used in an Energy Law survey course, but the materials in the book are rich enough that they can also be adapted to a course or seminar covering renewable energy, oil & gas, electricity regulation, or advanced topics in environmental law. Previous editions of the casebook have been used in law school classrooms for nearly two decades. The new edition of the casebook provides a pedagogical window that can readily be adapted to a variety of courses and teaching styles as issues in energy continue to change. Materials in the casebook include extended problems, case studies, and other practice-oriented materials to allow students to learn important concepts in a practical context.We emphasize four recurring and cross-cutting themes throughout the casebook: (1) public versus private ownership of energy resources; (2) monopoly vs. competition; (3) externalities and risk concepts; and (4) public governance, including federalism issues. These four themes have defined energy law since the early twentieth century―and they are at play in every energy resource arena today. The Table of Contents is as follows:Chapter 1: Introduction: Themes in Energy LawChapter 2: Public Utility Principles and an Overview of the Electric Power IndustryChapter 3: Coal ProductionChapter 4: Oil and Gas ProductionChapter 5: Controlling the Externalities of Fossil-Fueled GenerationChapter 6: Hydroelectric PowerChapter 7: Nuclear EnergyChapter 8: Rate Regulation PrinciplesChapter 9: Oil and Gas Pipelines: Opening MarketsChapter 10: Electric Power MarketsChapter 11: Renewable PowerChapter 12: Renewable Power Case StudiesChapter 13: Conservation, Efficiency, and the “Smart Grid”Chapter 14: International Energy MarketsChapter 15: Transportation