Investment in Energy


Coal, oil, gas and nuclear power all have their problems at the moment, and perhaps the time has come for a new assessment of the objectives and determinants of fuel policy.

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    Caves, R. E., and associates, Britain's Economic Prospects (the Brookings Institution, Allen and Unwin, London, 1968).

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BAILEY, R. Investment in Energy. Nature 223, 677–679 (1969).

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