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Journal of Resources, Energy, and Development New

Journal of Resources, Energy, and Development

  • Frequency:2 issues a year
  • ISSN: 0975-7554
  • Online ISSN: 0975-7562
  • Size: 140 mm × 210 mm
  • Pages: 60
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Weight: 75 gms

Journal Details

A biannual publication, REaD (Resources, Energy, and Development) focuses on research and integration of knowledge at the interface of resources and development. It provides a forum for comprehensive investigation, analysis, and review of subjects in the fields of energy, environment, and natural resource management that confront decision-makers, planners, consultants, politicians, and researchers. It deals with theoretical and methodological issues and case studies on the interrelationships among development, human activity, and resource use; explores sustainability issues and transitions; and facilitates dialogues between the scientific community and the society at large. Only original articles based on policy research and rigorous analysis are published.

Target Audience

    Why is REaD published? How is its purpose being fulfilled?

    A biannual publication, REaD (Resources, Energy, and Development) focuses on research and integration of knowledge at the interface of resources and development. It provides a forum for comprehensive investigation, analysis, and review of subjects in the fields of energy, environment, and natural resource management that confront decision-makers, planners, consultants, politicians, and researchers. It deals with theoretical and methodological issues and case studies on the interrelationships among development, human activity, and resource use; explores sustainability issues and transitions; and facilitates dialogues between the scientific community and the society at large. Only original articles based on policy research and rigorous analysis are published.

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Show Abstract Issue -Vol.10(2) September 2013

  • Willingness to Pay for Electricity Supply Improvements in Rural India

    Herath Gunatilake : Lead Energy Economist, Asian Development Bank,
    Narasimhamurty Maddipati : Professor, Indira Gandhi Institute of Economic Growth, and
    Sumeet Patil : Research Director, NEERMAN (a non− profit research organization in India)

  • Expanding Rural Access to Renewable Energy: Lessons from Sri Lanka’s Energy Services Delivery Project (ESDP)

    Benjamin K Sovacool
    Visiting Associate Professor, Vermont Law School, Institute for Energy and the Environment, PO Box 96, 164 Chelsea Street, South Royalton, VT 05068−0444, Email: Bsovacool@vermontlaw.edu and sovacool@vt.edu

  • Power Generation through Renewable Energy Sources: An Analysis of the Legal Barriers and Potentials in Nigeria

    Damilola S Olawuyi : LLM (Harvard), Clarendon Scholar and Doctoral candidate, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford, England. E−mail: damilola.olawuyi@law.ox.ac.uk

  • Book review : The Green Pen

    Edited by Keya Acharya and Frederick Noronha (eds) (2010). New Delhi: SAGE Publications
    Reviewed by Ramesh Menon

  • Book review : Managing Forest as Complex Adaptive Systems; Building Resilience to the Challenge of Global Change

    Christian Messier, Klaus J Puettmann, and K David Coates (eds) (2013). New Delhi: Routledge
    Reviewed by Dr Joachim Schmerbeck

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