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The Resource Coal in Appalachia : an economic analysis, Curtis E. Harvey

Coal in Appalachia : an economic analysis, Curtis E. Harvey

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Coal in Appalachia : an economic analysis
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Coal in Appalachia
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an economic analysis
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Curtis E. Harvey
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eng
Summary
Coal, the nation's most abundant fossil fuel and the only one that is exported, represents one of our most valuable natural resources. This study undertakes a thorough review of the economics of the Appalachian coal industry. It establishes, first of all, the international framework within which the American and the Appalachian coal industry function. It next examines the underlying principles that govern the production of and the demand for coal. This demand is influenced not only by price but also by world politics, the economic well-being of dozens of countries, government regulation, and t
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Coal in Appalachia : an economic analysis, Curtis E. Harvey
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Coal in Appalachia : an economic analysis, Curtis E. Harvey
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt130jqp2
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  • Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface; I Coal: An Overview; WORLD COAL RESOURCES AND RESERVES; WORLD PRODUCTION OF COAL; WORLD PRODUCTION OF COAL; U.S. ENERGY CONSUMPTION; DOMESTIC DEMAND FOR COAL; U.S. COAL RESERVES; DOMESTIC SUPPLY OF COAL; II Principles of Energy Resource Allocation; ECONOMICS OF ENERGY RESOURCE DEMAND; DEMAND FOR U.S. COAL; ECONOMICS OF ENERGY RESOURCE SUPPLY; SUPPLY OF U.S. COAL; RESERVE OWNERSHIP; III Demand for Appalachian Coal; THE ELECTRIC POWER DEMAND FOR COAL; EXPORT DEMAND FOR COAL; THE METALLURGICAL DEMAND FOR COAL; THE INDUSTRIAL DEMAND FOR COAL
  • THE RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL DEMAND FOR COALIV Supply of Appalachian Coal; COAL PRODUCTION IN APPALACHIA; COAL RESERVES; INDUSTRY CONCENTRATION; FIRM SIZE, PRODUCTIVITY, AND DAYS WORKED; THE PRICE OF COAL; V Regulation in the Coal Industry; EXTERNALITIES AND THE MARKET; REDISTRIBUTING EXTERNAL COSTS; REGULATORY STRATEGY AND BEHAVIOR; REGULATING BY PERMIT; SIMPLIFYING THE PERMIT-ISSUING PROCESS; EVALUATING REGULATION OF COAL MINING; VI Environmental and Human Issues; COAL UTILIZATION AND AIR QUALITY; THE GREENHOUSE EFFECT; SURFACE MINING AND LAND RECLAMATION; SAFETY IN COAL MINING
  • VII Coal Transport and ExportRAIL TRANSPORT; OTHER TRANSPORT MODES; PORT CAPACITY AND COAL EXPORTS; VIII Prospects for Appalachian Coal; FUEL ALTERNATIVES TO COAL; NEW TECHNOLOGY IN COAL USE; THE ISSUE OF ENERGY POLICY; PROSPECTS FOR COAL CONSUMPTION; Appendix; Notes; References; Index
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