Michael Jefferson

London Metropolitan University - Centre for International Business and Sustainability (CIBS)

Professor of International Business and Sustainability

166-220 Holloway Road

London EC3N 2EY, N7 8HN

United Kingdom

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

4

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301

SSRN CITATIONS

1

CROSSREF CITATIONS

5

Scholarly Papers (4)

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Oil Scenarios for Long-Term Planning: Royal Dutch Shell and Generative Explanation, 1960-2010

USAEE Working Paper No. 11-087
Number of pages: 41 Posted: 28 Oct 2011 Last Revised: 01 Nov 2011
Michael Jefferson and Vlasios Voudouris
London Metropolitan University - Centre for International Business and Sustainability (CIBS) and ABM Analytics Ltd
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A Critical Note on the Efficacy of the UK's Renewable Obligation System as it Applies to Onshore Wind Energy Developments in England

Centre for International Business and Sustainability, Working Paper No. 1
Number of pages: 15 Posted: 14 Mar 2009
Michael Jefferson
London Metropolitan University - Centre for International Business and Sustainability (CIBS)
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Wind, potential,exaggerated claims on efficiency, noise and health impacts more comples, landscape impacts can be severe

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Policy and Corporate Responses to Climate Change: Personal Recollections - Working Paper Series No. 9

Centre for International Business and Sustainability (CIBS) Working Paper Series No. 9
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 02 Mar 2010
Michael Jefferson
London Metropolitan University - Centre for International Business and Sustainability (CIBS)
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Policies, responses, over zealous attitudes of some scientists, corporate scams, institutional deficiencies.

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The Proposed EU Directive on Promoting the Use of Energy from Renewable Resources

Posted: 14 Mar 2009
Michael Jefferson
London Metropolitan University - Centre for International Business and Sustainability (CIBS)

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targets, infeasible, failure to meet goals, unintended consequences, environmental consequences, risk exposing renewable energy sectors to increased hostility, inconsistent with ghg reduction goals