The Efficient Use of Energy Resources
by William D. Nordhaus
Publisher: Yale University Press 1979
Number of pages: 183
The fundamental economic question about energy resources is: How fast should we consume our low-cost resources? Second, there are abundant, but less attractive, resources that may be used when the low-cost resources run thin.
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