German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)
coal, energy, market structure, simulation model
coal, energy, numerical modeling, investments, international trade
obstacles, fossil fuels, clean, EU, carbon capture, carbon, transport, storage, technologie, research, security, energy, uncertainties, risks, economic, economic implications, insecurity, mitigation, strategies, investment, managment
Atlantic coal market, partial equilibrium modeling, market power
climate policy, future coal production, energy, numerical modeling, international trade
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