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Electricity Sector Data for Policy-Relevant Modeling: Data Documentation and Applications to the German and European Electricity Markets

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  • Jonas Egerer
  • Clemens Gerbaulet
  • Richard Ihlenburg
  • Friedrich Kunz
  • Benjamin Reinhard
  • Christian von Hirschhausen
  • Alexander Weber
  • Jens Weibezahn

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  • Jonas Egerer & Clemens Gerbaulet & Richard Ihlenburg & Friedrich Kunz & Benjamin Reinhard & Christian von Hirschhausen & Alexander Weber & Jens Weibezahn, 2014. "Electricity Sector Data for Policy-Relevant Modeling: Data Documentation and Applications to the German and European Electricity Markets," Data Documentation 72, DIW Berlin, German Institute for Economic Research.
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