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Aims & Scope

ENERGY STUDIES REVIEW

Greetings from the Editor-in-Chief

The Energy Studies Review serves as an interdisciplinary journal, publishing papers on major themes including energy policy, energy and the environment, energy technology, social impacts of energy utilization, and surveys of experimental and theoretical approaches. The perspective is intended to be broad and policy related energy papers are particularly welcome. From time to time we will devote special issues of the Review to themes corresponding to timely topics or recent conferences. Ideas regarding themes or conference collaboration for special issues are most welcome. While we anticipate that economics will continue to serve as a primary analytic tool, all methodological approaches – including engineering, geography, marketing, social sciences, and sciences – are most welcome.

For more information on the journal, including submitting manuscripts and subscription information, and activities associated with Energy Studies Review, please check out the rest of our website at: http://digitalcommons.mcmaster.ca/esr

Dr. Dean C. Mountain

Editor-in-Chief

ENERGY STUDIES REVIEW