Grant Allan
Grant Allan
Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, University of Strathclyde and Deputy Director, Fraser of
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei strath.ac.uk - Startseite
Titel
Zitiert von
Zitiert von
Jahr
The impact of increased efficiency in the industrial use of energy: A computable general equilibrium analysis for the United Kingdom
G Allan, N Hanley, P McGregor, K Swales, K Turner
Energy Economics 29 (4), 779-798, 2007
2432007
The economics of distributed energy generation: A literature review
G Allan, I Eromenko, M Gilmartin, I Kockar, P McGregor
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 42, 543-556, 2015
1902015
Levelised costs of Wave and Tidal energy in the UK: Cost competitiveness and the importance of “banded” Renewables Obligation Certificates
G Allan, M Gilmartin, P McGregor, K Swales
Energy Policy 39 (1), 23-39, 2011
1772011
Does television crowd out spectators? New evidence from the Scottish Premier League
G Allan, G Roy
Journal of Sports Economics 9 (6), 592-605, 2008
1402008
The economic and environmental impact of a carbon tax for Scotland: A computable general equilibrium analysis
G Allan, P Lecca, P McGregor, K Swales
Ecological Economics 100, 40-50, 2014
1352014
The economic and environmental impact of a carbon tax for Scotland: A computable general equilibrium analysis
G Allan, P Lecca, P McGregor, K Swales
Ecological Economics 100, 40-50, 2014
1352014
International handbook on the economics of energy
LC Hunt, J Evans
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011
1002011
The importance of revenue sharing for the local economic impacts of a renewable energy project: a social accounting matrix approach
G Allan, P Mcgregor, K Swales
Regional Studies 45 (9), 1171-1186, 2011
772011
Economic and socio-economic assessment methods for ocean renewable energy: Public and private perspectives
G Dalton, G Allan, N Beaumont, A Georgakaki, N Hacking, T Hooper, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 45, 850-878, 2015
702015
The regional electricity generation mix in Scotland: A portfolio selection approach incorporating marine technologies
G Allan, I Eromenko, P McGregor, K Swales
Energy Policy 39 (1), 6-22, 2011
672011
Concurrent and legacy economic and environmental impacts from establishing a marine energy sector in Scotland
GJ Allan, I Bryden, PG McGregor, T Stallard, JK Swales, K Turner, ...
Energy Policy 36 (7), 2734-2753, 2008
662008
The macro-economic rebound effect and the UK economy
H Herring
Final report to DEFRA, 2006
662006
The economic impact of regular season sporting competitions: the Glasgow Old Firm football spectators as sports tourists
G Allan, S Dunlop, K Swales
Journal of Sport Tourism 12 (2), 63-97, 2007
602007
The economic impacts of marine energy developments: a case study from Scotland
GJ Allan, P Lecca, PG McGregor, JK Swales
Marine Policy 43, 122-131, 2014
562014
Association between harm reduction intervention uptake and recent hepatitis C infection among people who inject drugs attending sites that provide sterile injecting equipment …
EJ Allen, NE Palmateer, SJ Hutchinson, S Cameron, DJ Goldberg, ...
International Journal of Drug Policy 23 (5), 346-352, 2012
502012
Impact of alternative electricity generation technologies on the Scottish economy: an illustrative input—output analysis
G Allan, PG McGregor, JK Swales, K Turner
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part A: Journal of …, 2007
402007
Evaluating the usefulness of forecasts of relative growth
GJ Allan
University of Strathclyde 12, 1-26, 2012
292012
The evolution of green jobs in Scotland: A hybrid approach
K Connolly, GJ Allan, SG McIntyre
Energy Policy 88, 355-360, 2016
282016
Muscle drain versus brain gain in association football: Technology transfer through player emigration and manager immigration
GJ Allan, J Moffat
Applied Economics Letters 21 (7), 490-493, 2014
272014
The impacts of temporary but anticipated tourism spending: An application to the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games
GJ Allan, P Lecca, K Swales
Tourism Management 59, 325-337, 2017
242017
Das System kann den Vorgang jetzt nicht ausführen. Versuchen Sie es später erneut.
Artikel 1–20