Professor Dahl has traveled the world studying energy economics. Her new book will provide managers and supervisors in the power and petroleum fields basic economic skills that will enable them to make better policy decisions relating to energy. This practical textbook contains toolbox of models, along with institutional, technological, and historical information on oil, coal, gas, and electricity (including Renewables).
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Carol Dahl is currently a professor of Mineral Economics and director of the CSM/IFP Joint International Degree Program in Petroleum Economics and Management, in the Division of Economics and Business at the Colorado School of Mines. She received her BA in Economics from the University of Wisconsin and her PhD in Economics from the University of Minnesota. Dahl has supervised numerous PhD students, published articles, and traveled to more than 80 countries pursuing her interests in modeling international energy markets. She is a senior fellow and council member of the American Association for Energy Economics, as well as a member of the International Association for Energy Economics and the Editorial Board for The Energy Journal.
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