Energy, Foresight, and Strategy
Routledge – 1985 – 220 pages
In Energy, Foresight, and Strategy, Thomas Sargent and his collaborators have produced a highly rigorous treatment of 'rational expectations' theory and its application to the study of energy markets. These six essays use dynamic games to study a variety of issues important to analysts and decisionmakers in the energy field.
1. Energy, Foresight, and Strategy Thomas J. Sargent 2. Embargoes and Supply Shocks in a Market with a Dominant Seller S. Rao Aiyagari and Raymond G. Riezman 3. Oil Supply Disruptions and the Optimal Tariff in a Dynamic Stochastic Equilibrium Model Zvi Eckstein and Martin S. Eichenbaum 4. Inventories and Quantity-Constrained Equilibria in Regulated Markets: The U.S. Petroleum Industry, 1947-1972 Zvi Eckstein and Martin S. Eichenbaum 5. Linear-Quadratic Duopoly Models of Resource Depletion Lars Peter Hansen, Dennis Epple, and William Roberds 6. The Econometrics of Exhaustible Resource Supply: A Theory and an Application Dennis Epple