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Tulsa a Guide to the Oil Capital

Author : Federal Writers' Project (Okla.)
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Fossil 2 Energy Policy Model Documentation

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Fossil 2 Energy Policy Model Documentation Fossil 2 documentation

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The New Urban Paradigm

Author : Joe R. Feagin
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This book assesses urban questions from the "new urban sociology" perspective that has developed since the 1980s. One of the leading figures in this tradition of thought, Feagin places class and racial domination at the heart of the analysis of city life, change, and development. His approach takes into account political-economic histories and the rise and fall of their social institutions; the character and impact of their underlying systems of capitalism, racism, and patriarchy; and how these dynamics play out in the everyday lives of contemporary urbanites. His assessment of the historical conditions and institutions that protect class and racial privileges makes it clear why people in cities rebel and why social scientists should focus future research on large-scale urban transformation.

Federal Communications Commission Reports

Author : United States. Federal Communications Commission
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Is Economic Growth Sustainable

Author : G. Heal
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How can we determine if current growth patterns are sustainable, and what changes to we need to make to make them more so? This volume addresses these issues in a rigorous yet accessible fashion, presenting the current research of some of the world's leading scholars.

Federal Communications Commission Reports V 1 45 1934 35 1962 64 2d Ser V 1 July 17 Dec 27 1965

Author : United States. Federal Communications Commission
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Energy Humanities

Author : Imre Szeman
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"Energy humanities is a field of scholarship that, like medical humanities and digital humanities before it, overcomes traditional boundaries between the disciplines and between academic and applied research. Like its predecessors, energy humanities highlights the essential contribution that the insights and methods of the human sciences can make to areas of study and analysis once thought best left to the natural sciences. This isn't a case of the humanities simply helping their cross-campus colleagues to learn the mechanics of communication so that they might better articulate their ideas. Rather, these fields of scholarship are ones that demonstrate how the scale and complexity of the issues being explored demand insights and approaches that transcend old school disciplinary boundaries. Energy Humanities : A Reader offers a carefully curated selection of the best and most influential work in energy humanities that has appeared over the past decade. To stay true to the diverse work that makes up this emergent field, selections range from anthropology and geography to philosophy, history, and cultural studies to recent energy-focused interventions in art and literature. The three readers all agree that this is an important, ground-breaking collection of work"--Provided by publisher.

Inclusive Wealth Report 2014

Author : United Nations University International Human Dimensions Programme
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The second book in an important biennial series that provides a new framework for measuring the inclusive wealth of nations.

Inclusive Wealth Report 2018

Author : Shunsuke Managi
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The Inclusive Wealth Index provides important insights into long-term economic growth and human well-being. The Index measures the wealth of nations through a comprehensive analysis of a country's productive base and the country’s wealth in terms of progress, well-being and long-term sustainability. It measures all assets which human well-being is based upon, in particular, produced, human and natural capital to create and maintain human well-being over time.

Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Development

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary
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Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Development

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Administrative Practice and Procedure
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Republic of Congo

Author : International Monetary Fund. African Dept.
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This paper discusses Republic of Congo’s Review Under the Extended Credit Facility (ECF). The Republic of Congo’s ECF program supports the authorities’ efforts to restore fiscal sustainability and rebuild regional reserves while improving governance and protecting vulnerable groups. The Congolese authorities have stepped up efforts in 2018 and 2019 to address the economic crisis and the associated governance challenges. The ECF-supported program aims to help the Republic of Congo restore macroeconomic stability, including debt sustainability, and lay the foundations for higher and more inclusive growth. It also seeks to improve governance to achieve greater efficiency and transparency in the management of public resources, especially in the oil sector. The Fund-supported program is expected to contribute positively to the regional strategy and stability efforts of the Central African Economic and Monetary Union. The report also highlights that it is key to promote the productivity of factor inputs by increasing investments in human capital.

The First Junk Bond

Author : Harlan D. Platt
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A case study of a company that exemplified the 80s.

Financial Requirements of the Nation s Energy Industries

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs
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Financial Requirements of the Nation s Energy Industries

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Investigation of Concentration of Economic Power

Author : United States. Temporary National Economic Committee
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Investigation of Concentration of Economic Power

Author : United States. Congress. House. Temporary National Economic Committee
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Hearings

Author : United States. Congress. Senate
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Redesigning Petroleum Taxation

Author : Emre Üşenmez
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Since its inception some 40 years ago, petroleum-specific taxation in the UK has been subject to numerous modifications. Often these modifications were brought into place not only to sufficiently incentivise the investors but also to capture a fair share for the government. However, it is evident from the frequency of changes that finding the right balance between these two aims is no easy matter. Such a balance, and the consequent fiscal stability, is necessary for the long-term relationship between the parties to endure to their mutual benefit. Still, it does not take much for one or other party to feel that they are out of balance. As a consequence, one party feels that the other party is taking an undue proportion of the value generated and that they are losing out. Yet achieving that balance and fiscal stability is possible. To understand this possibility, this book first clarifies what is meant by sufficient incentivisation and fair share before developing a new fiscal system that manages this balance and stability. Such clarification yields objective criteria against which to assess not only the existing regime, but also the newly proposed regime. This approach is further complemented by the critical analysis of the fiscal legislative framework and the evaluation of the legal positions of specific contractual elements and mechanisms found within that framework. This latter analysis is important in order to reduce the legal uncertainty such elements may create, which can otherwise lead to further reactive amendments and revisions to the fiscal regime in the future.