While media and public attention to energy issues tends to wax and wane, energy security and the environmental implications of energy use have always been a core component of RFF's research agenda. Key concerns include protecting the economy from price shocks and exploring the connections between energy use and economic growth. This collection of eight works represents some of RFF's best work on these subjects. The RFF Library Collection brings back landmark books published by Resources for the Future throughout its nearly 60-year history as the pre-eminent research institution devoted exclusively to environmental issues. The Collection offers individuals and institutions the most classic and relevant literature across a range of environmental issues.
Economic Aspects of Oil Conservation Regulation By Wallace F. Lovejoy and Paul T. Homan 9781617260186 295 pp Petroleum Conservation in the United States: An Economic Analysis By Stephen L. McDonald 9781617260223 279 pp The Leasing of Federal Lands for Fossil Fuels Production By Stephen L. McDonald 9781617260230 184 pp Energy, Economic Growth, and the Environment Edited by Sam H. Schurr 9781617260209 232 pp Energy in America's Future: The Choices Before Us By Sam H. Schurr, Joel Darmstadter, Harry Perry, William Ramsay, and Milton Russell 9781617260193 155 pp Unitization of Oil and Gas Fields in Texas: A Study of Legislative, Administrative, and Judicial Policies By Jacqueline Lang Weaver 9781617260247 555 pp Analyzing Demand Behavior: A Study of Energy Elasticities By Douglas R. Bohi 9781617260162 177 pp Limiting Oil Imports: An Economic History and Analysis By Douglas R. Bohi and Milton Russell 9781617260216 356 pp Discounting for Time and Risk in Energy Policy By Robert C. Lind, Kenneth J. Arrow, Gordon R. Corey, Partha Dasgupta, Amartya K. Sen, Thomas Stauffer, Joseph E. Stiglitz, J.A. Stockfisch, and Robert Wilson 9781617260179 468 pp