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Author Purkus, Alexandra, author
Title Concepts and instruments for a rational bioenergy policy : a new institutional economics approach / by Alexandra Purkus
Imprint Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2016
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Descript 1 online resource (xvii, 404 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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Series Lecture notes in energy, 2195-1284 ; volume 55
Lecture notes in energy ; volume 55
Note 1 Introduction -- 2 Allocative Challenges of Bioenergy Use -- 3 Implications of Economic Theory for Bioenergy Policy Design -- 4 The Case of German Bioenergy Policy -- 5 Towards a Rational Bioenergy Policy Concept -- 6 Conclusion -- References
This book provides an in-depth economic analysis of the challenges associated with bioenergy use and production. Drawing on New Institutional Economics and the theory of economic policy, it develops theory-based recommendations for a bioenergy policy that strives for efficiency and sustainability. Further, it shows how to deal with diverse uncertainties and constraints, such as institutional path dependencies, transaction costs, multiple and conflicting policy aims, and interacting market failures, while also applying the resulting theoretical insights to a case study analysis of Germany's bioenergy policy. As such, the book aims to bridge the gap between practical bioenergy policymaking on the one hand, and neoclassical theory-based concepts that strictly focus on a minimization of greenhouse gas mitigation costs on the other
Host Item Springer eBooks
Subject Energy policy -- Environmental aspects
Biomass energy -- Government policy
Economics
Environmental Economics
Energy Policy, Economics and Management
Institutional/Evolutionary Economics
Climate Change Management and Policy
Renewable and Green Energy
Social Choice/Welfare Economics/Public Choice
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