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Dr. Rabindra Nepal
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Economics from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK
 
Institute: Charles Darwin University, Australia
 
Area of Interest: Economics
  •   Energy Economics
  •   Natural Resources Economics
  •   Environmental Economics
  •   Mineral Economics
 
URL: http://livedna.org/977.12256
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Al Irsyad, M.I. and R. Nepal, 2016. A survey based approach to estimating the benefits of energy efficiency improvements in street lighting systems in Indonesia. Renewable Sustainable Energy Rev., 58: 1569-1577.
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2:   Carvalho, A., R. Nepal and T. Jamasb, 2016. Economic reforms and human development: Evidence from transition economies. Appl. Econ., 48: 1330-1347.
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3:   Growitsch, C. and R. Nepal, 2009. Efficiency of the German electricity wholesale market. Eur. Trans. Electr. Power, 19: 553-568.
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4:   Growitsch, C. and R. Nepal, 2011. Electricity spot trading in Germany: Price formation and convergence. Energy Stud. Rev., 18: 35-46.
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5:   Growitsch, C., M. Stronzik and R. Nepal, 2015. Price convergence and information efficiency in German natural gas markets. German Econ. Rev., 16: 87-103.
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6:   Jamasb, T. and R. Nepal, 2010. Issues and options in waste management: A social cost-benefit analysis of waste-to-energy in the UK. Resour. Conserv. Recycl., 54: 1341-1352.
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7:   Jamasb, T., R. Nepal and H. Kiamil, 2010. Waste to energy in the UK: Policy and institutional issues. Proc. ICE Energy, 163: 79-86.
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8:   Nepal, R. and J. Foster, 2013. Testing for market integration in the Australian national electricity market. Energy J., 37: 215-238.
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9:   Nepal, R. and J. Foster, 2015. Electricity networks privatization in Australia: An overview of the debate. Econ. Anal. Policy, 48: 12-24.
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10:   Nepal, R. and T. Jamasb, 2012. Interconnections and market integration in the irish single electricity market. Energy Policy, 51: 425-434.
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11:   Nepal, R. and T. Jamasb, 2012. Reforming small electricity systems under political instability: The case of Nepal. Energy Policy, 40: 242-251.
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12:   Nepal, R. and T. Jamasb, 2012. Reforming the power sector in transition: Do institutions matter? Energy Econ., 34: 1675-1682.
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13:   Nepal, R. and T. Jamasb, 2013. Security of European electricity systems: Conceptualizing the assessment criteria and core indicators. Int. J. Crit. Infrastruct. Prot., 6: 182-196.
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14:   Nepal, R. and T. Jamasb, 2015. Caught between theory and practice: Government, market and regulatory failure in electricity sector reforms. Econ. Anal. Policy, 46: 16-24.
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15:   Nepal, R. and T. Jamasb, 2015. Incentive regulation and utility benchmarking for electricity network security. Econ. Anal. Policy, 48: 117-127.
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16:   Nepal, R. and T. Jamasb, 2016. Market Integration with energy-only markets and renewables: Lessons of experience from Australia. Oxford Energy Forum Q. J. Debating Energy Issues Policies, 2016: 14-16.
17:   Nepal, R., 2012. Roles and potentials of renewable energy in less-developed economies: The case of Nepal. Renewable Sustainable Energy Rev., 16: 2200-2206.
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18:   Nepal, R., A. Carvalho and J. Foster, 2015. Revisiting electricity liberalization and quality of service: Empirical evidence from New Zealand. Appl. Econ., 48: 2309-2320.
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19:   Nepal, R., F. Menezes and T. Jamasb, 2014. Network regulation and regulatory institutional reform: Revisiting the case of Australia. Energy Policy, 73: 259-268.
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20:   Nepal, R., T. Jamasb and C.A. Tisdell, 2014. Market-related reforms and increased energy efficiency in transition countries: Empirical evidence. Appl. Econ., 46: 4125-4136.
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