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Government and the American Economy: A New History
Valuable perspectives in dealing with our current economic crisis from the University of Chicago Press
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Energy
Introduction
AO provides analysis of energy technology, economics and policy-making from many of the nation's leading scholars and experts. 
The Axis of Energy

Energy Highlights

Understanding China's Energy Future: What it means to the West

AO presents this article to put the energy development in China in perspective from David Feikert a leading expert on China and energy who works in China and based in New Zealand.

New Energy Study: Guidance for a National Energy Policy

A new energy study provides guidance for future National Energy Policy developed by Professor Timothy Considine, Penn State.

'Perfect Storm': The Challenge of Keeping Electricity Affordable

Increasing demand for energy is soaring. Trends in states like Arizona indicate a need for 50+ percent more by 2030 to serve. Electricity rates could skyrocket with natural gas as the default fuel. The new report, “Powering Arizona,” presents the choices and trade-offs.

Energy Topics

Understanding Energy: The Basics

Economics of Energy

Energy and Politics

Energy and the Automobile

Global Climate Change

Energy and National Security


Additional AO Articles on Energy

Hydrocarbon-Fueled Internal Combustion Engines

Expanding Liquified Natural Gas (LNG)

Energy Experts

The Realities of Renewable Energy

Understanding Energy Issues

Energy and the 110th Congress

Loving and Loathing the Internal Combustion Engine


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Links to Top Energy Sources

“Gazprom: Gas Giant under Strain," a white paper by Nadejda Makkarova Victor of Stanford University’s Program on Energy and Sustainable Development

G8 Climate Scorecards by Allianz and WWF, June 2008

“Energy Technology Perspectives 2008: Scenarios and Strategies to 2050,” International Energy Agency, Executive Summary

“Under-Mining the Environment: The Oil Sands Report Card,” Pembina Institute and WWF-Canada, January 2008

"The U.S. Energy Outlook: Will It Go from Bad to Worse?" by Joseph Kalt


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