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EMF OP 41: Been Top Down So Long It Looks Like Bottom Up 1994
EMF OP 40: Assessing the Economic Cost of U.S. Oil Conservation 1994
EMF OP 34: Oil Price Forecasting During the 1980s: What Went Wrong? 1994
EMF OP 42: LDC Cooperation in World Oil Conservation Policies 1994
EMF SR 5: Comparative Analysis of Energy Intensity Between the U.S. and Japan 1993
EMF WP 13.4: Models of Individual Energy Technology Choice: Their Implications for Energy Technology Market Participants and Policy-Makers 1993
EMF OP 38: Costs of Reducing Global Carbon Emissions: An Overview 1993
EMF OP 39: Structural Comparison of the Models in EMF 12 1993
EMF WP 13.3: Modeling Energy Technology Choices: Which Finance Tools Are Appropriate? 1993
EMF OP 37: EMF 12: Model Comparisons of the Costs of Reducing CO2 Emissions 1993
EMF WP 12.7: Cost-Benefit Analysis and Climate Change 1993
EMF WP 12.2: Results from the Gemini-Energy Environmental Model - Analyzing Strategies for Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions 1993
EMF WP 12.6: The Transition to Reduced Levels of Carbon Emissions 1993
EMF WP 12.2: Results from the ICF Global-Macro Model: Estimation of Costs to Meet the CO2 Emission Targets in the Energy Sector 1993
EMF WP 12.5: The Technology Group Analysis 1993
EMF WP 12.2: Results from the TGAS Model - Is the Forecast for Carbon Taxes Forecast by TGAS an Outlier: Why the Forecasts by Other Models are Too Low 1993
EMF WP 12.4: Decomposition of Carbon Emission Reduction Projections 1993
EMF WP 120.2: Results from the U.S. Markal Model for EMF 12 1993
EMF WP 12.1: Results from the Jogensen-Wilcoxen Model - Reducing U.S. Carbon Emissions: An Econometric General Equilibrium Assessment 1993
EMF WP 12.2: Study Design for EMF 12 Global Climate Change: Energy Sector Impacts of Greenhouse Gas Emission Control Strategies 1993