Research: Publications


Chitnis, M., Fouquet, R. & Sorrell, S. (2020) ‘Rebound Effects for Household Energy Services in the UK‘, The Energy Journal, 41(4), pp. 31-59.

Longo, S., Chitnis, M., Mauricio-Iglesias, M. & Hospido, A. ‘Comparative energy efficiency of Swiss wastewater treatment plants based on economic foundations‘, The Energy Journal, 41(6), pp. 233-253.


Broadstock, D. C., Collins , A., Hunt, L. C. & Vergos, K. (2017) ‘Voluntary Disclosure, Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Business Performance: Assessing the First Decade of Reporting‘, British Accounting Review, 50(1), pp. 48-59.

Blazquez, J., Hunt, L. C. & Manzano, B. (2017) ‘Oil Subsidies and Renewable Energy in Oil Exporting Countries: A General Equilibrium Approach‘, The Energy Journal, 38(SI1)pp. 29-45.

Bollino, C. A., Hobbs, D., Hunt, L. C. & Nezamuddin, N. (2017) ‘Foreword to the Special Issue: Renewables and Diversification in Heavily Energy Subsidized Economies‘, The Energy Journal, 38(SI1)pp. 1-5.

Atalla, T., Blazquez , J., Hunt, L. C. & Manzano, B. (2017) ‘Prices versus policy: An analysis of the drivers of the primary fossil fuel mix‘, Energy Policy106, pp. 536-546.


Hasanov, F., Mikayilov, C. & Hunt, L. C. (2016) ‘Modeling and Forecasting Electricity Demand in Azerbaijan using Cointegration Techniques‘, Energies9, 1045.

Atalla, T. & Hunt, L. C. (2016) ‘Modelling Residential Electricity Demand in the GCC Countries‘, Energy Economics59, pp. 149–158.

Chitnis, M., Sorrell S., Druckman A., Jackson T. & Firth, S. (2016) ‘Rebound Effects from Improved Energy Efficiency in UK Households’, ESI Bulletin on Energy Trends and Development, National University of Singapore, 9(2), pp. 6-8.

Broadstock, D. C., Li J. & Zhang, D. (2016) ‘Efficiency snakes and energy ladders: A (meta-) frontier demand analysis of electricity consumption efficiency in Chinese households‘, Energy Policy91, pp. 383-396.

Eakins, J. (2016) ‘An application of the double hurdle model to petrol and diesel household expenditures in Ireland’, Transport Policy47, pp. 84-93.

Filippini, M. & Hunt, L. C. (2016) ‘Measuring persistent and transient energy efficiency in the US‘, Energy Efficiency9, pp. 663–675.


Filippini, M. & Hunt, L. C. (2015) ‘Measurement of Energy Efficiency Based on Economic Foundations‘, Energy Economics52, pp. S5-S16

Chitnis, M. & Sorrell, S. (2015) ‘Living up to expectations: Estimating direct and indirect rebound effects for UK households‘, Energy Economics, 52, pp. S100-S116.

Eakins, J. (2015) ‘Household Car Ownership in Ireland Across Time: An Analysis of the Effects of Expansion and Contraction in the Irish Economy’, International Journal of Transport EconomicsXLII(3), pp. 315-342.

Hunt, L. C. & Ryan, D. L. (2015) ‘Economic Modelling of Energy Services: Rectifying Misspecified Energy Demand Functions‘, Energy Economics50, pp. 273-285.


Broadstock, D. C., Wang, R. & Zhang, D. (2014) ‘Direct and indirect oil shocks and their impacts upon energy related stocks‘, Economic Systems38, pp. 451-467.

Imsirovic, A. (2014) ‘Oil Markets in Transition and the Dubai Crude Oil Benchmark’, Oxford Energy Comment, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, 15th October.

Nakhle, C. (2014) ‘Can Oil and Gas Markets Adjust to a Rising Persia?’, Carnegie Middle East Center, 30th October.

Chitnis, M., Sorrell, S., Druckman, A., Firth, S. K. & Jackson, T. (2014) ‘Who rebounds most? Estimating direct and indirect rebound effects for different UK socioeconomic groups‘, Ecological Economics106, pp. 12-32.

Nakhle, C. (2014) ‘Lebanon Petroleum Fiscal Regime: Guiding Principles’, As Sadissa, Lebanon Ministry of Finance, September Issue.

Nakhle, C. (2014) ‘America is right, the UK’s North Sea tax regime needs reforming’, The Conversation, 16 July.

Adeyemi, O. I. & Hunt, L. C. (2014) ‘Accounting for asymmetric price responses and underlying energy demand trends in OECD industrial energy demand’, Energy Economics45, pp. 435-444.

Dilaver, Ö., Dilaver, Z. Hunt, L. C. (2014) ‘What Drives Natural Gas Consumption in Europe? Analysis and Projections‘ Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering19, pp. 125-136.

Olaniyan, M.J. & Evans, J. (2014) ‘The importance of engaging residential energy customers’ hearts and minds‘, Energy Policy69, pp. 273-284.

Filippini, M.,Hunt, L. C. & Zorić, J. (2014) ‘Impact of energy policy instruments on the estimated level of underlying energy efficiency in the EU residential sector‘, Energy Policy69, pp. 73-81.

Nakhle, C. (2014) ‘Managing Expectations and Depoliticizing the Sector’, Lebanese Centre for Policy Studies (LCPS) (also in the Daily Star and in Arabic by Annahar), 20th March.


Adofo, Y. O., Evans, J. & Hunt, L. C. (2013) ‘How sensitive to time period sampling is the asymmetric price response specification in energy demand modelling?‘, Energy Economics40, pp. 90-109.

Broadstock, D. C., & Hunt, L. C. (2013) ‘Tying up loose ends: A note on the impact of omitting MA residuals from panel energy demand models based on the Koyck lag transformation’, Empirical Economics Letters12, pp. 1085-1088.

Chitnis, M., Sorrell, S., Druckman, A., Firth, S. K. & Jackson, T. (2013) ‘Turning lights into flights: Estimating direct and indirect rebound effects for UK households‘, Energy Policy55, pp. 234-250.

Nakhle, C. (2013) ‘Lebanon Oil and Gas: what is on Offer?’, Oxford Energy Forum, Issue 93, August.

Nakhle, C. (2013) ‘Making the Reward Worth the Risk’, The Executive Magazine, March.

Evans, J., Filippini, M. & Hunt, L. C. (2013) ‘The contribution of energy efficiency towards meeting CO2 targets’, Chapter 8 in R. Fouquet (ed.) Handbook On Energy And Climate Change, Edward Elgar, pp. 175 – 223.

Doshi, T. & Imsirovic, A. (2013) ‘The ‘Asian Premium’ in Crude Oil Markets: Fact or Fiction?’, Chapter in Z. Daoijong (ed.) Managing Regional Energy Vulnerabilities in East Asia, Rutledge, pp. 45-72.

Nakhle, C. (2013) ‘Offshore Gas Pre-Qualification Process: So Far so Good’, Lebanese Centre for Policy Studies (article also in Al Akhbar), February.

Nakhle, C. (2013) ‘Gas: Lebanon Needs a Clear and Robust Framework to Address the Challenges Ahead’, Lebanese Centre for Policy Studies (article also in the Daily Star), January.

Imsirovic, A. & Doshi, T. (2012) ‘Exploring the Asian Premium in Crude Oil Markets’, Journal of Energy Security, November Issue Exploring the Asian Premium in Crude Oil Markets Exploring the Asian Premium in Crude Oil Markets.

Chitnis, M., Druckman, A., Hunt, L. C., Jackson, T. & Milne, S. (2012) ‘Forecasting scenarios for UK household expenditure and associated GHG emissions: outlook to 2030‘, Ecological Economics, 84, pp. 129–141.

Filippini, M. & Hunt, L. C. (2012) ‘US Residential Energy Demand and Energy Efficiency: A Stochastic Demand Frontier Approach‘, Energy Economics, 34, pp. 1484-1491.

Chitnis, M. & Hunt, L. C. (2012) ‘What drives the change in UK household energy expenditure and associated CO2 emissions? Implication and forecast to 2020‘, Applied Energy, 94, pp. 202–214.

Nakhle, C. (2012) ‘Iraq’s Fourth Licensing Round: Business as Usual?’, Middle East Economic Survey (MEES), 3(4), pp. 14-21.

Nakhle, C. (2012) ‘The Taxation of Upstream Oil – Principles, Practice and Prospects’, Centre for Global Energy Studies.

Nakhle, C. & Shamsutdinova, I. (2012) ”Arctic Oil and Gas Resources: Evaluating Investment Opportunities’,Arctic Region: Boundaries, Resources and the Promise of Co-Operation, Oil Gas and Energy Law Intelligence, Special Edition, 10(2).


Broadstock, D. C., Collins, A. & Hunt, L. C. (2011) ‘Transportation Oil Demand, Consumer Preferences and Asymmetric Prices‘, Journal of Economic Studies38, pp. 528-536.

Dilaver, Z. Hunt, L. C. (2011) ‘Turkish Aggregate Electricity Demand: An Outlook to 2020‘ Energy36, pp. 6686-6696.

Druckman, A., Chitnis, M., Sorrell, S., & Jackson, T. (2011) ‘Missing carbon reductions? Exploring rebound and backfire effects in UK households‘, Energy Policy39, pp. 3572-3581.

Chitnis, M. Hunt, L. C. (2011) ‘Modelling UK household expenditure: economic versus non-economic drivers‘, Applied Economics Letters18(8), pp. 753 – 767.

Nakhle, C. (2011) ‘Coal, Oil and Natural Gas’, in Nadis, F. & Waskey, J. (eds.) World History Encyclopedia, Era 9: Promises and Paradoxes, 1945-Present, ABC-CLIO.

Dilaver, Z. Hunt, L. C. (2011) ‘Modelling and Forecasting Turkish Residential Electricity Demand‘ Energy Policy39(6), pp. 3117-3127.

Dilaver, Z. Hunt, L. C. (2011) ‘Industrial Electricity Demand for Turkey: A Structural Time Series Analysis‘, Energy Economics,33(3), pp. 423-436.

Filippini, M. & Hunt, L. C. (2011) ‘Energy demand and energy efficiency in the OECD countries: a stochastic demand frontier approach‘,The Energy Journal32(2), pp. 59-80.

Evans, J. & Hunt, L. C. (eds.) (2011) International Handbook on the Economics of Energy, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, Paperback Edition, 831 pages, ISBN 978-0-85793-825-1.


Broadstock, D. C., Collins, A. & Hunt, L. C. (2010) ‘Modelling car trip generation for UK residential developments using data from TRICS‘, Transportation Planning and Technology33(8), pp. 1157-1164.

Adeyemi, O. I., Broadstock, D. C., Chitnis, M., Hunt, L. C. & Judge, G. (2010) ‘Asymmetric Price Responses and the Underlying Energy Demand Trend: Are they Substitutes or Complements? Evidence from Modelling OECD Aggregate Energy Demand’, Energy Economics, 32(5), pp. 1157-1164.

Broadstock, D. C. & Collins, A. (2010) ‘Measuring unobserved prices using the structural time-series model: The case of cyclingTransportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 44(4), pp. 195-200.

Broadstock, D. C. & Hunt, L. C. (2010) ‘Quantifying the Impact of Exogenous Non-Economic Factors on UK Transport Oil DemandEnergy Policy, 38(3), pp. 1559-1565.

Nakhle, C. (2010) ‘Iraq’s Oil: Dangers and Rewards’, International Energy Law ReviewIssue 8, pp. 13-21.

Nakhle, C. (2010) ‘North Africa – A Region with a Difference?’, Windsor Energy Group Newsletter, November.

Nakhle, C. (2010) ‘Oil: Tragedy and Transition’, Oil, Gas & Energy Law Intelligence (OGEL)8(3).

Nakhle, C. (2010) ‘The Arctic: The Last Great Oil Frontier or Is It?’, International Energy Law ReviewIssue 6, pp. 1-5.

Nakhle, C. (2010) ‘What Have We Learned from the Australian Resource Taxation Experience?’, ITIC Special Edition Bulletin.

Nakhle, C. (2010) ‘Petroleum Fiscal Regimes: Evolution and Challenges’, in Daniel, P., Keen, M. & McPherson, C. (eds.) The Taxation of Petroleum and Minerals: Principles, Problems and Practice, IMF, Washington.


Adeyemi, O. I. & Broadstock, D. C. (2009) ‘Underlying consumer preferences and their contribution to energy demand’, OPEC Energy Review33(3-4), pp. 198-204.

Nakhle, C. (2009) ‘Iraq First Bidding Round – The Greatest Race on Earth’ or was it?’, AGI Energia (in Italian), July, – Global Arab Network, August.

Nakhle, C. (2009) ‘Petroleum Taxation’, in Evans, J. & Hunt, L. C. (eds.) International Handbook on the Economics of Energy, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Evans, J. & Hunt, L. C. (eds.) (2009) International Handbook on the Economics of Energy, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, Hardback Edition, 831 pages, ISBN 978-1 84720-352-6.

Nakhle, C. (2009) ‘Falling Oil Revenues: Opportunities or Set-back?’, The Review, June-August.

Nakhle, C. (2009) ‘The Arctic: the Last Great Oil Frontier?’, The International Herald Tribune, 22nd March.


Nakhle, C. (2008) ‘Can the North Sea Still Save Europe?’ OPEC Energy Review32(2), pp. 123-138.

Amarawickrama, H. A. & Hunt, L. C. (2008) ‘Electricity Demand for Sri Lanka: A Time Series AnalysisEnergy, 33(5), pp. 724-739.

Chontanawat, J., Hunt, L. C. & Pierse, R. (2008) ‘Does energy consumption cause economic growth? : Evidence from a systematic study of over 100 countries’, Journal of Policy Modeling30(2), pp. 209-220.

Nakhle, C. (2008) Petroleum Taxation. Sharing the Oil Wealth: a Study of Petroleum Taxation Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, Routledge, April.

Robinson, C. (2008) ‘Climate Change and the Market Economy’, in Robinson, C. (ed.) Climate Change and the Market EconomyInstitute of Economic Affairs.

Robinson, C. (2008) ‘Introduction’, in Robinson, C. (ed.) Climate Change and the Market EconomyInstitute of Economic Affairs.

Robinson, C. (ed.) (2008) Ralph Harris in His Own WordsEdward Elgar.

Robinson, C. (ed.) (2008) Climate Change and the Market EconomyInstitute of Economic Affairs..

Broadstock, D. C.(2008) ‘Area Travel Plans V’s Local Travel Plans’, Traffic Engineering and Control49(2), pp. 64-68.

Nakhle, C. (2008) ‘Iraq’s Oil Future: Finding the Right Framework’, Surrey Energy Economics Centre (SEEC) / The International Tax and Investment Center (ITIC), Washington, USA, October. [click here for Arabic version].

Marshall, E. & Robinson, C. (2008) “Comment on Competition Commission Report: Stansted Quinquennial Review – Assessment of Competition at Stansted Airport“, Submission to Competition Commission, July.

Robinson, C. (2008) ‘Economics, Politics and Climate Change: Are the Sceptics Right?’, April, Julian Hodge Bank Lecture, University of Cardiff. (Click here for a copy of the text – with thanks to the Julian Hodge Bank).


Robinson, C. (2007), ‘The Economics of Energy Security: Is Import Dependence a Problem?’, Competition and Regulation in Network Industries, 8(4), pp. 425-451.

Black, C., Broadstock, D. C., Collins, A. & Hunt, L. C. (2007) ‘The derived demand for traffic at food superstores in the UK: A semi-parametric regression approach’, International Journal of Transport EconomicsXXXIV(3), pp. 403-427.

Nakhle, C. (2007) ‘Do high oil prices justify an increase in petroleum taxation in a mature, declining province? The case of the UKCS’, Energy Policy35(8), pp. 4305-4318.

Adeyemi, O. I. & Hunt, L. C. (2007) ‘Modelling OECD industrial energy demand: Asymmetric price responses and energy–saving technical change’, Energy Economics29(4), pp. 693-709.

Hawdon, D., Hunt, L. C., Levine, P. & Rickman, N. (2007) ‘Optimal sliding scale regulation: An application to regional electricity distribution in England and Wales’, Oxford Economic Papers59(3), pp. 458-485.

Ahmadian, M., Chitnis, M. & Hunt, L. C. (2007) ‘Gasoline demand, pricing policy and social welfare in the Islamic Republic of Iran’, OPEC Review31(2), pp. 105-124.

Nakhle, C. & Howell, D. (2007) Out of the Energy Labyrinth, I.B. Tauris

Robinson, C. (2007) ‘Introduction’, in Robinson, C. (ed.) Utility Regulation in Competitive MarketsEdward Elgar.

Robinson, C. (ed.) (2007) Utility Regulation in Competitive MarketsEdward Elgar.

Black, C., Broadstock, D. C., Collins, A. & Hunt, L. C. (2007) ‘Filling in the gaps’ in transport studies: A practical guide to developments in data imputation methods’, Traffic Engineering and Control48(7), pp. 358-363.

Broadstock, D. C.Hunt, L. C. & Sorrell, S. (2007) ‘Elasticity of substitution studies’, UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) Review of Evidence for the Rebound Effect, Technical Report 3, October, Ref: UKERC/WP/TPA/2007/011.

Nakhle, C. (2007) ‘The Arctic: the last great oil frontier?’ International Herald Tribune, 22 March.


De Vita, G., Endresen, K. & Hunt, L. C. (2006) ‘An empirical analysis of Namibian energy demand’, Energy Policy34(18), pp. 3447-3463.

Byatt, I., Castles, I., Goklany, I. M., Henderson, D., Lawson, N., McKitrick, R., Morris, J. Peacock, A., Robinson, C. & Skidelsky, R. (2006), ‘The Stern Review: A Dual Critique – Economic Aspects, World Economics7(4) pp. 165 – 232.

Robinson, C. & Marshall, E. (2006) ‘Can a New Nuclear Programme be Justified?’, Economic Affairs, 26(2), pp. 60-63.

Byatt, I., Castles, I., Goklany, I. M., Henderson, D., Lawson, N., McKitrick, R., Morris, J. Peacock, A., Robinson, C. & Skidelsky, R. (2006), ‘Comment: Climate Change – The Stern Review: A Critique’, World Economics7(2), pp. 145 – 151.

Robinson, C. & Marshall, E. (2006) ‘Competitive Markets – not governments – enhance energy security’, in Lewis, D. (ed.) The New Economics of Energy SecurityEconomic Research Council.

Robinson, C. (2006) ‘How not to reorganise an industry: privatisation, liberalisation and Scottish Water’, in The Water RevolutionInternational Policy Press

Robinson, C. (2006) ‘Introduction’, in Robinson, C. (ed.) Regulating Utilities and Promoting CompetitionEdward Elgar.

Black, C., Broadstock, D.C., Collins, A. & Hunt, L. C. (2006) ‘Towards sustainable urban development: traffic generation at food superstores in the UK’, in Brebbia, C. A. & Dolezel, V. (eds.), Urban Transport XXII: Urban Transport and the Environment in the 21st Century, WIT Press , UK , pp. 61 – 70.

Robinson, C. (Ed.) (2006) Regulating Utilities and Promoting CompetitionEdward Elgar.

Howell, D. & Nakhle, C. (2006) ‘Fuelling a Climate Breakthrough’, International Herald Tribune, 15 November.

Robinson, C. & Marshall, E. (2006) ‘Energy Insecurity’, The Wall Street Journal Europe12 July.

Howell, D. & Nakhle, C. (2006) ‘Thanks, Iran, for the Reminder’, International Herald Tribune, 9 February.


Banfi, S., Filippini, M. & Hunt, L. C. (2005) ‘Fuel tourism in border regions: The case of Switzerland’, Energy Economics, 27(5), pp. 689-707.

Robinson, C. (2005), ‘The Collected Works of Arthur Seldon’, Economic Affairs25(4), pp. 77-79.

Hunt, L. C. & Ninomiya, Y. (2005) ‘Primary energy demand in Japan : An empirical analysis of long-term trends and future CO2emissions’, Energy Policy33(11), pp. 1409-1424.

Robinson, C. (2005) ‘The Economics of Climate Change’, Energy and Environment, 16(3-4), pp. 659-666.

Amarawickrama, H. A. & Hunt, L. C. (2005) ‘Sri Lankan Electricity Supply Industry: A Critique of Proposed Reforms’ , Journal of Energy and DevelopmentXXX(2), pp. 239-278.

Dimitropoulos, J., Hunt, L. C. & Judge, G. (2005) ‘Estimating underlying energy demand trends using UK annual data’, Applied Economics Letters12(4), pp. 239-244.

Robinson, C. (2005) ‘Introduction’ in Robinson, C. (ed.) The Collected Works of Arthur Seldon, Liberty Fund.

Robinson, C. (2005) ‘Introduction’ in Robinson, C. (ed.) Governments, Competition and Utility RegulationEdward Elgar.

Marshall, E & Robinson, C. (2005) ‘Regulating Energy’ in Parker, D. Crew, M. (eds.) International Handbook of RegulationEdward Elgar.

Robinson, C. (2005) ‘Reviving the Scottish Water Industry’, The Policy Institute, Series: Economy No. 9, March.

Nakhle, C. (2005) ‘Why Have Arab Women Been Dismissed From Working in Oil Business?’ published in Arabic in Al-Hayat, 4 June.

Howell, D. & Nakhle, C. (2005) ‘OPEC & the IEA Have to Get it Right this Time’, International Herald Tribune, 30 September.

Robinson, C. (ed.) (2005) The Collected Works of Arthur Seldon, Liberty Fund, Seven Volumes.

Robinson, C(ed.) (2005) Governments, Competition and Utility Regulation, Edward Elgar.

Robinson, C. (2005) ‘The Economics of Climate Change’, Memorandum to House of Lords Committee on Economic Affairs, January.

Green, R. & Evans, J. (2005) ‘Why did British electricity prices fall after 1998?’, Harvard Electricity Policy Group (HEPG) Research Papers: July.

Nakhle, C. (2005) ‘Look at the North Sea in a New Way’, The Financial Times, 28 November 28.


Robinson, C. (2004) ‘Water Privatisation: Too Much Regulation?’, Economic Affairs24(3), pp. 24-31.

Robinson, C. (2004) ‘Markets, Imperfections and the Dangers of Over-Regulating Energy Markets’, Economic Affairs24(2), pp. 52-55.

Robinson, C. (2004) ‘Gas, Electricity and the Energy Review’ in Robinson, C. (ed.) Successes and Failures in Regulating and Deregulating Utilities: Evidence from the UK , Europe and the US, Edward Elgar.

Robinson, C. (2004) ‘Introduction’ in Robinson, C. (Ed) Successes and Failures in Regulating and Deregulating Utilities: Evidence from the UK, Europe and the US, Edward Elgar.

Robinson, C. (2004) ‘From Nationalisation through Deregulation to Reregulation: The Changing Business Climate’ in Hirst, J. (ed.) The Challenge of Change: Fifty Years of Business Economics, Profile Books.

Robinson, C. (ed.) (2004) Successes and Failures in Regulating and Deregulating Utilities: Evidence from the UK , Europe and the US, Edward Elgar.


Hunt, L. C. & Ninomiya, Y. (2003) ‘Unravelling Trends and Seasonality: A Structural Time Series Analysis of Transport Oil Demand in the UK and Japan’, The Energy Journal24(3), pp. 63-96.

Robinson, C. (2003) ‘A Free Market Makes the Most of Energy’, The Financial Times10 January.

Hunt, L. C., Judge, G. & Ninomiya, Y. (2003) ‘Underlying trends and seasonality in UK energy demand : A sectoral analysis’, Energy Economics25(1), pp. 93-118.

Hunt, L. C., Judge, G. & Ninomiya, Y. (2003) ‘Modelling underlying energy demand trends’ Chapter 9 in Hunt, L. C. (ed.) Energy in a Competitive Market: Essays in Honour of Colin Robinson, Edward Elgar, pp. 140 – 174.

Hawdon, D. (2003) ‘Efficiency and performance in the gas industry’ Chapter 5 in Hunt, L. C.(ed.) Energy in a Competitive Market: Essays in Honour of Colin Robinson, Edward Elgar, pp. 73 – 87.

Hunt, L. C. (2003) ‘Introduction’ in Hunt, L. C. (ed.) Energy in a Competitive Market: Essays in Honour of Colin Robinson, Edward Elgar, pp. xv – xviii.

Robinson, C. (2003) ‘Privatisation: Analysing the Benefits’, in Parker, D. and Saal, D (Eds.) International Handbook on PrivatisationEdward Elgar.

Hunt, L. C. (ed) (2003) Energy in a Competitive Market: Essays in Honour of Colin Robinson, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 233 pages, ISBN 978-1-84064-798-1.

Hunt, L. C. (2003) ‘Estimation of the DTI Industrial Sector Energy Demand Equations – Phase 2: Development and Revision of Industrial Sector Models’, UK Department of Trade and Industry, Autumn.

Chontanawat, J., Hawdon, D. & Hunt, L. C. (2003) ‘Re-Estimation of the DTI Energy Demand Equations – Phase 1 Development’, UK Department of Trade and Industry, Spring.


Robinson, C. (2002) ‘A Competitive Market in Water’ in Robinson, C. (ed.) Utility Regulation and Competition PolicyEdward Elgar.

Robinson, C. (2002) ‘Introduction’ in Robinson, C. (ed.) Utility Regulation and Competition PolicyEdward Elgar.

Robinson, C. (2002) ‘Introduction’ in Robinson, C. (ed.) Competition and Regulation in Utility MarketsEdward Elgar.

Robinson, C. (2002) ‘Vivendi Water UK/First Aqua (Southern Water) Merger Inquiry’, submission to Competition Commission, August.

Robinson, C. (ed.) (2002) Utility Regulation and Competition PolicyEdward Elgar.

Robinson, C. (ed.) (2002) Competition and Regulation in Utility Markets, Edward Elgar.


Hawdon, D. & Stevens, N. (2001) ‘Regulatory Reform of the UK gas market: the case of the storage auction’, Fiscal Studies, 22(2), pp. 217-232.

Robinson, C. (2001) ‘Introduction’ in Robinson, C. (ed.) Regulating Utilities: New Issues, New SolutionsEdward Elgar.

Robinson, C. (ed.) (2001) Regulating Utilities: New Issues, New Solutions, Edward Elgar.

Hunt, L.C. & Salgado, C. & Thorpe, A. (1999) ‘The Policy of Power and the Power of Policy: Energy Policy in Honduras’, Journal of Energy & Development, 25, pp. 1-36.

Hunt, L. C. & Judge, G. (1996) ‘Evolving Seasonal Patterns in UK Energy Series’ Chapter in MacKerron, G. & Pearson, P. (eds.) The UK Energy Experience: A Model or a Warning?, Imperial College Press, pp. 259-269.

Hunt, L.C. & Lynk, E.L. (1995) ‘Privatisation and Efficiency in the UK Water Industry: An Empirical Analysis’, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 57, pp. 371-388.

Hunt, L.C. & Lynk, E.L. (1993) ‘The Interpretation of Coefficients in Multiplicative-Logarithmic Functions’, Applied Economics, 25, pp. 735-738.

Blackaby, D.H. & Hunt, L.C. (1992) ‘The ‘Wage Curve’ and Long-Term Unemployment: A Cautionary Note’, The Manchester School, LX, pp. 419-428.

Hunt, L.C. & Lynk, E.L. (1992) ‘Industrial Energy Demand in the UK: A Cointegration Approach’, Chapter 5 in Hawdon, D. (ed.) Energy Demand: Evidence and Expectations, Academic Press, pp. 143-162.

Hunt, L.C. & Lynk, E.L. (1991) ‘Industrial structure in US telecommunications: some empirical evidence’, Applied Economics, 12, pp. 1655-1664.

Hunt, L.C. & Lynk, E.L. (1991) ‘Competition in UK Telecommunications: Restructure BT’, Fiscal Studies, 12, pp. 73-87.

Hunt, L.C. & Lynk, E.L. (1991) ‘An Empirical Examination of the Case for Post Office Divestiture in the UK’, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 38, pp. 177-191.

Hunt, L.C. & Lynk, E.L. (1990) ‘Divestiture of Telecommunications in the UK: A Time Series Analysis’, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 52, pp. 229-251.

Hunt, L.C. & Manning, D.N. (1989) ‘Energy Price- and Income-Elasticities of Demand: Some Estimates for the UK using the Cointegration Procedure’, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 36, pp. 183-193.

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