Publications / Research Papers
Year
Our products
Tags
Foundation
Settings

In this section we listed our papers published in academic journals, books and other pieces not published by REKK.

Estimation of Armington elasticities in a CGE economy-energy-environment model for EuropeEconomic Modelling 2011 - scholarly articlesPublished: 1 of July, 2011

The main goal of the article is to estimate Armington elasticities of the energy and energy-intensive sectors of the GEM-E3 computable general equilibrium model. The model follows the standard two-stage budget optimisation of the consumer by first ...

Overview of the Hungarian water utility sectorCompetition and Regulation 2010 - books, chaptersPublished: 1 of June, 2011

The water utility sector is a network industry. The most important characteristics – such as congestion, high share of fixed costs, the fact, that the decisions of present generation highly affect the future generations, and also the legal framework ...

Economic valuation of air pollution mortality: A 9-country contingent valuation survey of value of a life year (VOLY)Ecological Indicators 2011 - scholarly articlesPublished: 1 of May, 2011

This paper provides a key element for the calculation of the damage costs of air pollution, namely the valuation of mortality, important because premature mortality makes by far the largest contribution. Whereas several studies have tried to quantify the ...

Kiskereskedelmi verseny és szolgáltatóváltás a magyarországi árampiaconVerseny és szabályozás 2011 - books, chaptersPublished: 1 of January, 2011

Tanulmányunkban a szolgáltatóváltás és a kiskereskedelmi verseny összefüggéseit vizsgáljuk az áramszektorban. Az első részben az árampiaci szolgáltatóváltás okaival és akadályaival foglalkozunk egy háztartások körében végzett európai uniós felmérés ...

Physical and economic consequences of climate change in EuropeProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the Unites States of America, 2011 - scholarly articlesPublished: 30 of December, 2010

Quantitative estimates of the economic damages of climate change usually are based on aggregate relationships linking average temperature change to loss in gross domestic product (GDP). However, there is a clear need for further detail in the regional ...

Risk adjusted financial costs of photovoltaicsEnergy Policy 2010 - scholarly articlesPublished: 1 of July, 2010

Recent research shows significant differences in the levelised photovoltaics (PV) electricity cost calculations. The present paper points out that no unique or absolute cost figure can be justified, the correct solution is to use a range of cost figures ...

Understanding Hungary's Environmental Foreign Policy: The Cases of the Climate Change and Biodiversity RegimesClimate Change and Foreign Policy 2009 - books, chaptersPublished: 1 of June, 2009

Why would a small, middle-income country, stuck in the turbulence of deep political and economic changes, care about global environmental problems? After the breakdown of the Communist regime in 1989, the 1990s were marked by serious social and economic ...

A world model of the pulp and paper industry: Demand, energy consumption and emission scenarios to 2030Environmental Science & Policy 2009 - scholarly articlesPublished: 1 of May, 2009

This article introduces a bottom-up global model of the pulp and paper sector (PULPSIM) with a focus on energy consumption and carbon emissions. It is an annual recursive simulation behavioural model with a 2030 time horizon incorporating several ...

Recent Trends and Outlook of the Spanish Energy SystemEuropean Review of Energy Markets 2009 - scholarly articlesPublished: 1 of April, 2009

During the last decade the Spanish energy system has become more energy and carbon intensive, and more dependent on external energy resources. The regulation of the electricity market has significantly changed. Two scenarios for the 2030 time horizon are ...

Fiscal competition on the market for diesel fuel in the European UnionEconomic Review 2009 - scholarly articlesPublished: 2 of March, 2009

The paper assesses spatial competition in diesel taxation among European governments. By adding an extension to the standard model, it is shown that asymmetric competition - small countries undercutting large - implies that small countries respond less ...