Concurrent Session Program

1-4 | 5-7

CONCURRENT SESSIONS 1-4
Friday, October 13, 11:30am – 01:00pm
@ Dvorana 51-54, Faculty of E&B, University of Zagreb

1. Energy Security: Supply-Side and Demand-Side Views

Emotional Taxation: the Hidden Costs of Nudges
Geraldine A. Henningsen
Technical University of Denmark
Carsten L Jensen
Laura M Andersen
Lars G. Hansen
University of Copenhagen
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Oil and Gas Security Indexation
Muhamad Izham Abd Shukor
Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre (APERC)
Kazumoto IRIE
Michael SINOCRUZ
Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre
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An Analysis of Natural Gas Security in the APEC Region: A Qualitative and Quantitative Assessment
Michael O. Sinocruz
Muhamad Izham Abd. Shukor
Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre
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Measuring capital: The capital stock of the European transmission system
Petra Ochensberger
Heinz Stigler
Graz University of Technology
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Modelling Great Britain’s gas security of supply to 2035
Chyong Chi-Kong
EPRG, University of Cambridge
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2. Economics of New Energy and Advanced Energy Technologies

The impact of policy and uncertainty on innovation in the wind industry: evidence from European countries
Elena Verdolini
FEEM and CMCC
Pierre Jockers
Bocconi University
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The Impact of Economic Growth on the CO2 Emissions in Australia: Environmental Kuznets Curve and Decoupling Index
António C Marques
José A Fuinhas
NECE-UBI and University of Beira Interior
Patrícia H Leal
University of Beira Interior
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The Impact of Electricity Generation by Sources on the Economic Growth: The Case of Spain
António C Marques
José A Fuinhas
NECE-UBI and University of Beira Interior
Daniela P Macedo
University of Beira Interior
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Learning by doing effect of U.S. shale E&P players
Kim Jong-Hyun
Lee Yong-Gil
Dep. Energy Resources. of INHA university
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System Dynamics Modelling of a National Bioethanol Complex - A Case Sudy of Hungary
József Popp
Judit Dr. Oláh
University of Debrecen
Zoltán Prof. Dr. Lakner
Anna Kiss
Szent István University
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3. Energy Efficiency and New Uses of Gas and Electricity

Methodology, software design and application of integrated optimization for oil companies’ upstream business
Debin QU
Hujun ZHANG
Ming ZHU
Qier AN
Petro China
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Climate Change as a Flagship Villain for Domestic Governance
Yuan Xu
Associate Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
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Do LPG prices react to the entry of Natural Gas? Implications for Competition Policy
Vicente Lagos
Telecom ParisTech
Aldo Gonzalez
University of Chile
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The Effects of Policy Changes on Households' Behavior about Electric Vehicles and Energy Related Appliances
Huseyin Bahtiyar
Ramteen Sioshansi
The Ohio State University
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An Assessment of the Regulatory and Market Transformation Process in Downstream Oil Industry In Turkey
Erol Metin
SEM Sustainability, Energy, Management
Gurkan Kumbaroglu
Bogazici University
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4. Electricity Markets

Identifying Risks in Auction Design: Investors’ and Policy Makers Perspectives in Chile
Nasirov Shahriyar
Silva Carlos
Claudio Agostini
Universidad Adolfo Ibañez
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How much do power sector distortions cost to South Asia
Fan Zhang
World Bank
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Cournot Competition in Wholesale Electricity Markets: The Nordic Power Exchange, Nord Pool
Erik Lundin
Thomas Tangerås
Research Institute of Industrial Economics
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About one of the possible effects of the current distortions on the electricity market in Central Europe
France Križanic
Ekonomski inštitut
Damjan msc Konovšek
Petrol
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 5-7
Friday, October 13, 4:00pm - 5:30pm
@ Dvorana 51-54, Faculty of E&B, University of Zagreb

5. The Finance of Energy

Financial Feasibility of Storage Technologies in Electricity Systems: Empirical Evidence from Chile
Agostini Claudio
Silva Carlos
Nasirov Shahriyar
Universidad Adolfo Ibañez
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Studying The Effect of Real Monetary Shocks on Investment in Iran Oil Industry (By Application of Markov Switching Approach(MS-VAR)
samad - Karrari
Islamic Azad University, Maku Branch
Ahmad Emami Meibodi
Shahid Beheshti University
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Exploration Economics Onshore Deep Target In SumPriceatra Basins, Indonesia; Do we need an incentives in the current oil price?
Sunjaya E Saputra
Bayu Aditya
Wisnu P Taher
SKK Migas
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6. Regional Outlooks

Technological Innovation Systems: Understanding the Wind Energy Diffusion Dynamics in Brazil
Matheus E Leusin
Mauricio Uriona Maldonado
Caroline R Vaz
Paulo A Cauchick Miguel
Federal University of Santa Catarina
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Strategies For An Energy Transition in Lebanon
Nirza Fabiola Castro Gonzáles
American University of Beirut
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Natural Gas Balance: A Future Oversupply? Integrating Geopolitical Analysis for the Mediterranean Case
Sandro Furlan
Eni Corporate University
Elena Charisi
International Hellenic University
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Energy-Economy Modeling Under Emission Constraints Using TIMES-MACRO: The Case of Turkey
Gurkan Kumbaroglu
Ilhan Or
Shadi Firouzi Alizadeh
Gonenc Yucel
Bogazici University
Kemal Sarica
Isik University
Yildiz Arikan
Kemerburgaz University
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7. Sector Outlooks

Analyzing heterogeneity among residential energy consumers in Slovenia: The role of integrated energy services
Janez Dolšak
Jelena Zoric
Nevenka Hrovatin
Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana
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Optimal management of household electrcity demand in a micro-grid: game theory approach
Racine DIATTA
Université de Nantes
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Heating energy consumption, its interdisciplinary composition with a focus on the time dependancy of the price elasticity of demand
Florian Heesen
Reinhard Madlener
RWTH Aachen University
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Energy, Renewable Energy and Growth: Evidence for BSEC countries
Philipp Dees
FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, Institute of Economics
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Important Dates

Abstract Cut-off date:

Friday, June 30, 2017

Notification of Abstract Acceptance:

Friday, July 28, 2017

Full Paper & Registration Payment:

Thursday, August 31