The New Global Oil Market: Understanding Energy Issues in the World Economy

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SIAMACK SHOJAI is Associate Professor and Chairman of the Economics and Finance Department at Manhattan College. His articles have appeared in the Journal of Energy and Development and the Journal of Economic Development. He is the Senior Editor of a recent volume in the area of oil markets entitled The Oil Market in the 1980s: A Decade of Decline. Dr. Shojai has been interviewed on many occasions by the Voice of America on the U.S. economy, the Iranian economy, and on global economic issues. He is a regular commentator and economic consultant to Radio Sedaye Iran (Voice of Iran) in Los Angeles.

ROBERT A. BIOLSI has taught various courses in economics and finance at St. John's University and at Manhattan College, where he served as Assistant Professor of Economics and Finance. Dr. Biolsi is currently Manager of Options and Risk Analysis with the New York Mercantile Exchange.

JOHN T. BOEPPLE is a Senior Consultant in the Energy and Refining Practice of Chem Systems, Inc., a management consulting company serving the refining and petrochemical industries. Prior to joining Chem Systems in 1992, he gained over 20 years of refining industry experience while working for Caltex Petroleum Corporation and Phibro Energy Inc.

DOUGLAS R. BOHI is the Director of Energy and Natural Resources for the Future in Washington, DC. He previously served as Chief Economist and Director in the Office of Economic Policy of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Dr. Bohi was a member of the National Research Council Committee on the National Energy Modeling system in 1991-92. He has published numerous journal articles in addition to authoring various books and monographs.

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