syllabus - Energy Economics ENNEC 484 (3 credits) Fall 2009...

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Energy Economics ENNEC 484 (3 credits) Fall 2009 Instructor: Jonathan W. Tuthill, Ph.D. 213 Armsby Building 863-8655 [email protected] Time and Place: Mondays 6:00 – 9:00 PM 214 Boucke Office Hours: Mondays: 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm Wednesdays 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm Subject Matter: (1)Energy Economics Models: Demand, Supply, Equilibrium, Elasticity, Taxes and Subsidies, Electricity Markets, Cartels, Economics of Non Renewable Resources, Time Value of Money Issues, Economics of Pollution, Linear Programming, and Forecasting. (2) Energy Economics Issues: Catch all that includes current events, academic papers, and industry profiles. (3) Problem Solving: Solving energy economics and management problems using Microsoft Excel. Required Readings: International Energy Markets , Carol A. Dahl, PennWell Corporation, Tulsa Oklahoma. Assigned papers will be available on Angel. Grading and Course Policies : There will be two exams. Both exams are computer based and will be completed entirely in Microsoft Excel. Approximately 1.5 hours of class time will be allotted for the
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