Directions for U.S. energy conservation and independence

Brown, Stephen P.A.
October 1996
Business Economics;Oct96, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p25
Academic Journal
Examines whether the trends in the United States energy conservation and independence are a cause for national concern through the economist's approach of viewing the free market forces as generally producing the most desirable outcomes. Meaning of energy independence; Oil imports and trade deficit; Security of supply; Policies of reducing oil imports; Call for energy conservation; Policies for energy conservation.


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