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Here you can download papers on econometrics or general equilibruim models and other types of model for energy  and environmetal analysis and forecast.

Buy-back Contract Risk Modeling Using System system dynamics
(12/16/2011)
SUSTAINABILITY IN THE THIRD MILLENNIUM Bergen August 6-10 2000




other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
Aviation fuel demand modeling in OECD and Developing Countries: Impacts of fuel efficiency
(12/16/2011)
Aviation fuel demand modeling in OECD and Developing Countries: Impacts of fuel efficiency,modeling OECD, developing countries, fuel price.

Dr. Mohammad Mazraati (mo_mazraati@yahoo.com)
Modelling aviation fuel demand: the case of US and China
(12/16/2011)
OPEC Energy Review



Volume 32, Issue 4, pages 323–342, December 2008

    Dr. Mohammad Mazraati1,

    Yasser O. Faquih2

Dr. Mohammad Mazraati (mo_mazraati@yahoo.com)
Fuel demand and car ownership in India
(12/16/2011)
OPEC Review



Volume 31, Issue 1, pages 27–51, March 2007

    Taoufik Bouachera1,

    Mohammad Mazraati2


Dr. Mohammad Mazraati (mo_mazraati@yahoo.com)
Towards developing a new model for the pricing of electrical energy in continuously changing environments
(5/22/2011)
This paper appears in: Power and Energy Society General Meeting - Conversion and Delivery of Electrical Energy in the 21st Century, 2008 IEEE

Issue Date: 20-24 July 2008

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
World transport energy demand modelling , Methodology and elasticities
(5/22/2011)
Energy Policy, Volume 25, Issues 14-15, December 1997, Pages 1109-1119

Keywords: Transport modelling;; Transport elasticities;; Transport energy demand

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
WORLD ENERGY MODEL - METHODOLOGY AND ASSUMPTIONS
(4/22/2011)
Background

Since 1993, the IEA has provided medium to long-term energy projections using a World Energy Model (;WEM). The WEM – a large-scale mathematical construct designed to replicate how energy markets function – is the principal tool used to generate detailed sector-by-sector and region-by region projections for both the Reference and Alternative Policy Scenarios. The model, which has been developed over many years, is made up of six main modules: final energy demand;; power generation;; refinery and other transformation;; fossil-fuel supply;; CO2 emissions and investment.

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
Modeling and sensitivity analysis of energy inputs for apple production in Iran
(4/12/2011)
Energy, Volume 35, Issue 8, August 2010, Pages 3301-3306

Shahin Rafiee, Seyed Hashem Mousavi Avval, Ali Mohammadi

Keywords: Energy input Econometric model Sensitivity analysis Apple

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
A system dynamic model for production and consumption policy in Iran oil and gas sector
(4/12/2011)
Energy Policy, Volume 38, Issue 12, December 2010, Pages 7764-7774

Behdad Kiani, Mohammad Ali Pourfakhraei

Keywords: System dynamicsmodel  Oil andgassector Policy implications

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
On Energy Policy Models
(10/24/2010)
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, Vol. 1, No. 1, January 1983

David Freedman Thomas Rothenberg and Richard Sutch

KEY WORDS: Models;; Forecasting;; Policy Analysis;; Energy.


other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
Modelling industrial energy use - The IEAs Energy Technology Perspectives
(10/24/2010)
Energy Economics, Volume 29, Issue 4, July 2007, Pages 889-912

Dolf Gielen, Michael Taylor

Keywords: Industrial demand;; Energy demand;; Carbon dioxide;; Technology energy modelling

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
Modelling OECD industrial energy demand Asymmetric price responses and energy-saving technical change
(10/24/2010)
Energy Economics, Volume 29, Issue 4, July 2007, Pages 693-709

Olutomi I. Adeyemi, Lester C. Hunt

Keywords: OECD industrial energy demand;; Asymmetry;; Energy-saving technical change;; Modelling

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
Implications of Carbon Abatement Cost Minimization
(8/16/2010)
Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries Vienna, Austria

Ali Almelhem

Dr. Mohammad Mazraati

Dr. Mohammad Mazraati (mo_mazraati@yahoo.com)
The rebound effect: Microeconomic definitions, limitations and extensions
(7/20/2010)
Ecological Economics, Volume 65, Issue 3, 15 April 2008, Pages 636-649

Keywords: Rebound effect Energy efficiency Energy demand

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
STANDARD COMPUTABLE GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM (CGE) model in GAMS
(7/20/2010)
Over the past 25 years, computable general equilibrium (;CGE) models have become a standard tool of empirical economic analysis. In recent years, improvements in model specification, data availability, and computer technology have improved the payoffs and reduced the costs of policy analysis based on CGE models, paving the way for their widespread use by policy analysts throughout the world. The purpose of this manual is to contribute to and facilitate the use of CGE models, making them accessible to a wider group of economists. The manual includes a detailed presentation of a static, ?standard? CGE model implemented in a computer modeling language called GAMS (;General Algebraic Modeling System).

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
General-Equilibrium Modeling using GAMS and MPS/GE: Some Basics
(7/20/2010)
This paper provide and introduction to applied general-equilibrium modeling and the way you can make it computable in GAMS software. This is an easy way to start modeling CGE

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)
Computable General Equilibrium Models for the Analysis of Energy and Climate Policies
(7/12/2010)
Keywords : general equilibrium, CGE models, policy analysis, taxation

other (fsharbafian@energyseec.com)