The 2013 Sixth NAEE/IAEE International Conference will examine these and other related energy resource policy and economics issues. Of course other important topical energy economics issues would be considered at the conference. The Conference seeks to provide an avenue for robust discussion on (i) how to establish stable, diversified macroeconomic framework that can sustain national development in the long run; (ii) share knowledge and experiences on what have worked and did not work in other parts of the world; (iii) identify supporting institution; promote transparency and governance issues in resource ownership and manage environmental fallout from resource exploitation (iv) what should be the rights and obligations of federating units in optimal management of energy resources
The NAEE invites abstracts on the above theme and subthemes and on any other interesting issues in economics, policy and technology of energy. Each Abstract should not be more than 2 pages long and should include the objectives, methodology, expected findings and selected literature.
Each abstract should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. The closing date for abstract submission is November 15.
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