Oil and the World Economy; Some Possible Futures
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KeywordsDemand; External shocks; Exhaustible resources; Economic models; Oil depletion; Fossil fuels; Price elasticity; Oil production; Oil prices; Supply; Hubbert’s Peak; externalities; oil exporters; exporters; oil importers; world economy; Bayesian Analysis; Forecasting and Other Model Applications; Demand and Supply; Exhaustible Resources and Economic Development;
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