Energy Studies Review, a publication of the DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University, is an applied energy policy journal published in Canada.
An interdisciplinary journal for energy analysts (published first in 1988), Energy Studies Review's major themes include energy policy, energy and the environment, energy technology, social impacts of energy utilization and surveys of experimental and theoretical approaches.
We also publish special issues devoted to specialized topics emerging from conferences or workshops devoted to particular themes. Articles in both English and French are welcome.
Energy Studies Review also hosts conferences and workshops. The most recent conference, "CONSERVATION & DEMAND MANAGEMENT IN A SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FUTURE", took place on Monday June 11, 2012 at the Ron Joyce Centre, McMaster University, Hamilton ON Canada. For more information on past conferences and future events, please go to our Conferences page.
Energy Studies Review DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University, DSB-A107
Hamilton ON L8S 4M4 CANADA
Energy Studies Review
DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University, DSB-A107 Hamilton ON L8S 4M4 CANADATel: 905-525-9140 ext. 24695 Email:
Current Issue: Volume 20, Issue 1 (2013) Energy Studies Review Issue 1
The Effect of Poverty Status and Public Housing Residency on Residential Energy Consumption in the U.S.
Rasha Ahmed, Keely Jones Stater, and Mark Stater
A game theoretical analysis of the design options of the real-time electricity market
Haikel Khalfallah and Vincent Rious
Optimal Intervention Policies in International Emissions Trading Considering Ancillary Benefits of Carbon Abatement
Tsun-Chen Lee, Hsiao-Chi Chen, and Shi-Miin Liu
Dynamic Interactions between the Markets of Crude Oil and Fine Wine in Light of the Global Economic Growth
elie i. bouri and Georges Azzi