TITLE

MESURER LES COUTS DE LA � NON-COOPERATION � EUROPEENNE EN MATIERE ENERGETIQUE

AUTHOR(S)
Geoffron, Patrice; Villette, Morgan
PUB. DATE
June 2010
SOURCE
VSE - Vie & Sciences Economiques / La revue de l'Economie et de ;Jun2010, Issue 183/184, p108
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Our paper aims at assessing the efficiency of the European coordination in the field of electricity. For that purpose, we develop various indices allowing a comparison of the European countries as regards the adequacy of their performances with main European goals in terms of energy policy (sustainability, competitiveness, safety of supply). We show that such indices can provide an assessment of the efficiency regarding the coordination between European countries.
ACCESSION #
72284606

 

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