3 edition of economics of the coal industry found in the catalog.
economics of the coal industry
Hubert E. Risser
|Statement||Hubert E. Risser.|
|LC Classifications||HD9545 .R5 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||177 p. :|
|Number of Pages||177|
|LC Control Number||76010826|
Once having the third-lowest power costs in the U.S., West Virginia now ranks 21st. The new economics challenge a coal-rooted state : Laurent Belsie. The performance of the coal industry is assessed by comparing the actual production and price levels with their corresponding normative values. The level of efficiency appears to be directly related to the total demand for coal; labor union activity and the structure of the industry are considered as possible causes of the inefficiency, which.
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"The whole study is an excellent example of scholarly, objective investigation; it will prove extremely revealing to the economist and the lay reader with a special interest in the coal industry."-American Academy of Political by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed.
published by the Bureau of Business Research, School of. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Smart, Reginald Cecil.
Economics of the coal industry. London, P.S. King, (OCoLC) Document Type. The Economics of the Coal Industry. [R C Smart] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. p black cloth, fraying to head and foot of spine, name in. Coal is a combustible black or brownish-black sedimentary rock, formed as rock strata called coal is mostly carbon with variable amounts of other elements; chiefly hydrogen, sulfur, oxygen, and nitrogen.
Coal is formed when dead plant matter decays into peat and is converted into coal by the heat and pressure of deep burial over millions of y: carbon.
"Major Economic Tendencies in the Bituminous Coal Industry," Quarterly Journal of Economics 51#1 () pp. – in JSTOR Vietor, Richard H. and Martin V. Melosi ; Environmental Politics and the Coal Coalition Texas A&M University Press, online.
U.S. President Donald Trump holds up a "Trump Digs Coal" sign at a rally in West Virginia, one of the states hit by the coal industry's sharp decline, on Aug. 3, Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images.
“Although regulation increases costs for coal producers, coal’s main problem is technology that has reduced the cost of competing sources of energy.” Depressed global demand for coal has driven down prices and hurt producer profits. This, in turn, has decimated U.S.
coal mining employment, which is down 42 percent from its high in 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.
Book Description. The coal industry has been and continues to be of critical importance for China's economic modernization.
With its huge labour force, country-wide infrastructure, and vital strategic importance for the economy, the industry presents special problems for reformers, and epitomises the problems of reform in the state industrial sector as a whole.
Originally published inthis book is a straightforward account of the British nationalized coal industry in the first half of the twentieth century. An introductory chapter gives the history of the industry during the inter-war years and subsequent chapters discuss the complex organization by which coal is marketed at home and : Taylor And Francis.
In this book John Hatcher has provided readers with a superb study of the prehistory of the British coal industry.
"Prehistory" is the word for it, too, for as he makes clear early in the book "There was no British coal industry before /5. The British Coal Industry 1st Edition. Townshend-Rose Octo Originally published inthis book is a straightforward account of the British nationalized coal industry in the first half of the twentieth century.
This book is the 2nd edition of the Economics of the International Coal Trade. Coal is the single most important source of power on our planet and today accounts for 40% of electricity generation and 30% of primary energy.
The world’s appetite for energy is still far from being : Springer International Publishing. A paradox lies at the heart of the conventional view of the economics of coalmining in the 16th and 17th centuries. On the one hand we are presented with a matchless record of soaring output which was facilitated by massive capital investments made by hundreds of eager adventurers; while on the other, both contemporary observers and historians have painted a gloomy picture.
Barbara Freese's book has it all. It's about an important topic and it's very easy to read. The first few chapters deal with the discovery of coal as fuel, the pollution that resulted, the use of coal to run the British empire, and how coal was dug out of the by: The future of the coal industry in western Kentucky, Mr.
Harvey asserts, depends upon implementation and enforcement of air-pollution standards, pending legislation regulating strip mining, fuel-import prices and policies, foreign currency fluctuations, and other by: 5.
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• Create cash flow models. • Perform break even analysis. • Describe costs from an economic perspective. • Perform incremental & marginal cost analysis. Energy Economics is an easily accessible reference book for students of energy economics at the postgraduate level, as well as for a wider interdisciplinary audience.
It provides readers with the skills required to understand and analyse complex energy issues from an economic perspective. The industry and its supporters use “war on coal” as shorthand for a ferocious assault by a hostile White House, but the real war on coal is not primarily an Obama war, or even a Washington.
They point to climate change, failing economics, bank divestment, polluting technology, legal and social challenges, the rise of cheap natural gas (another potent source of greenhouse emissions) and vast improvements in renewable energy technologies.
Combined, these factors suggest the coal industry may struggle to stay viable in the coming years.“One theme of this book is that Donald Trump has a talent for proving his critics wrong,” the authors Stephen Moore and Arthur Laffer note, citing him for engineering a “the coal industry.coal in his book, Meteorology.
Coal was commonly used in Europe as early as the thirteenth century; however, with the invention of the steam engine, which provided the powerful lifting, drawing, and pumping equip-ment necessary for large-scale mining, coal became a major industry.
The earliest known mention of coal in North America is of that on.