Parution de l’ouvrage Energy Transition, Climate Change, and COVID-19, Economic Impacts of the Pandemic
Uniquement disponible en anglais.
Rédacteurs : Fateh Belaïd, Anna Cretì
Edition : Springer, Number of Pages VIII, 256
This volume analyzes the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on energy transition and climate change from an economic perspective. Since its emergence in early 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a powerful effect on multiple facets of the global economy. The unknown scope and duration of the pandemic and its associated economic shocks have made energy security and the process of clean energy transition highly unpredictable. To combat this, this edited volume presents a wide range of theoretical and empirical research at the nexus of the COVID-19 pandemic and energy, resource, and environmental economics. Chapters focus on four major themes: the impact of crises on energy security, the role of resilient energy systems in society, the challenges of clean energy transition, and economic impacts of COVID-19 on climate change.
Providing rigorous analysis of an evolving situation that will continue to impact the global energy market, this volume will be of interest to researchers and students of energy economics, environmental economics, and resource economics as well as policy professionals involved in climate change and energy transition.
Plusieurs chercheurs de la CEC ont contribué à cet ouvrage, voir les chapitres: