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Handbook of Energy and Environment Policy

Edited By Celil Aydin and Burak Darici

The book deals with the broad perspectives on the energy and environment topics and questions the traditional view on energy and environment policy and issues. Nowadays, energy and environmental issues can be accepted as the related subjects by the whole world. The link between energy and environment is backed to the time when only nature's primary resources were used. Primitive societies’ energy demand was small compared to the forces of the environment. With the emergence of industrial nations, the importance of energy and environment relation appeared again.

Energy Demand – Volatility Spillover and Hedging Effectiveness – Energy Efficiency in the Turkish Health Sector – Energy Consumption and Economic Growth: An Econometric Analysis for OECD Countries – The Concept of Energy Security from Different Aspects and Turkey’s Energy Security Understanding – Oil and Oil Market as Energy Source –The Effect of Oil Prices on Firms’ Performances: An Application for Turkey Dynamics of Crude Oil Import – Demand of for Turkish Economy – Performance Analysis of the Companies in the Electricity Index of Borsa Istanbul – Compliance with Corporate Governance Principles: An Analysis of the Companies in the Electricity Index of Borsa Istanbul – Collaborative Supply Chain Structures for Distributed Generation – Sustainable Energy Future: The Turkish Path for Responding to Climate Change – Economic Development as a Driver of Environmental Pollution in Net Energy-importing Countries? New Evidence from a PSTR Model – An Institutional Overview of Climate Change – The Rise of Environmental Consciousness in Islamic Finance: Green Sukuk – A Panel Causality Analysis on Countries Attracting Most Tourists on the Basis of Carbon Emissions, Renewable Energy, Tourism Revenues, and Trade Openness