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1989SIMEN: Studies of Industry, Environment and Energy towards 2000Bye, Brita; Bye, Torstein; Lorentsen, Lorents
1995Prospects for a Common, Deregulated Nordic Electricity MarketBye, Torstein; Johnsen, Tor Arnt
1995Welfare Effects of Emission Taxes in NorwayAasness, Jørgen; Bye, Torstein; Mysen, Hans Terje
1995Returns to Publicly Owned Transport Infrastructure Investment. A Cost Function/Cost Share Approach for Norway, 1971-1991Bye, Torstein; Katz, Alexandra
2000Gas power generation in Norway: Good or bad for the climate?Aune, Finn Roar; Bye, Torstein; Johnsen, Tor Arnt
2003On the Price and Volume Effects from Green Certificates in the Energy MarketBye, Torstein
2003Technological changes in the pulp and paper industry and the role of uniform versus selective environmental policyBruvoll, Annegrete; Bye, Torstein; Larsson, Jan; Telle, Kjetil
2005Deregulation of electricity markets: The Norwegian experienceBye, Torstein; Hope, Einar
2005Climate change- lower electricity prices and increasing demand. An application to the Nordic CountriesGabrielsen, Karina; Bye, Torstein; Aune, Finn Roar
2006Removing policy based comparative advantage for energy intensive production. Necessary adjustments of the real exchange rate and industry structureBye, Torstein; Holmøy, Erling; Heide, Kim Massey
2006The importance of volatility in inflow in a deregulated hydro-dominated power marketBye, Torstein; Bruvoll, Annegrete; Aune, Finn Roar
2006Capacity utilization in a generalized Malmquist index including environmental factors. A decomposition analysisBye, Torstein; Bruvoll, Annegrete; Larsson, Jan
2008Multiple instruments to change energy behaviour: The emperor's new clothes?Bye, Torstein; Bruvoll, Annegrete
2008How do Spot prices affect aggregate electricity demand?Bye, Torstein; Hansen, Petter Vegard
2016Simultaneous use of black, green, and white certificates systems: A rather messy businessAmundsen, Eirik S.; Bye, Torstein
2016Simultaneous Use of Black, Green, and White Certificates Systems: A Rather Messy BusinessAmundsen, Eirik S.; Bye, Torstein