Energy Policy and Economics

This course explores the theoretical and empirical perspectives on individual and industrial demand for fossil and renewable energy in energy supply, energy markets, and public policies affecting energy markets. Topics include climate change and environmental policy, the role of speculation in energy markets, the political economy of energy policies, and market power. The readings and coursework will use specific examples from the power, renewables, oil & gas, and environmental sectors from Indonesia and other select geographies to illustrate these forces in context.

Course Feature

  • Credits 3
  • duration 16 Weeks
  • class duration 2.5 hours
  • language English
  • type ELECTIVE (MINIMUM 15 STUDENTS SIGN UP)
  • Semester 3

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