Theoretical and Empirical Analysis of Crude Oil Markets

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Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China

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Crude oil is the life blood of our modern economic development. In recent years, due to geopolitical tensions, conversion of driving force of economic growth, and greater impact on the environment, driving force in crude oil market is facing additional challenges. Additionally, the exploitation of large new oil fields combined with the geopolitical of States and its objective to develop low carbon alternative energies have resulted in a picture where the global crude oil market is not anymore demand-driven but supply-driven shaped. In this sense, understanding the dynamic correlation between global and regional characteristics is important to learn the stability/ instability of markets and associated spillover effect.

The special issue “Theoretical and Empirical Analysis of Crude Oil Markets” proposed by the international journal Green Finance is meant to address a wide spectrum of issue related to these challenges. Researchers are thus invited to submit manuscripts showing how their research results contribute to solving the current and foreseeable problems that arise from the theoretical and empirical analysis of crude oil markets. Interesting topics for studies englobe analysis combined with demand and supply shocks; geopolitical impact; implementation of National Determined Contribution in the context of the Paris Agreement; new oil field discovery impact on global oil prices; investor sentiments; etc. The special issue also invited other topics and new approaches to explore the characteristics in crude oil markets. Papers selected for this Special Issue will be subject to a rigorous peer review procedure with the aim of rapid and wide dissemination of research results, developments and applications.

I am thus inviting you to submit your original work to this Special Issue. I am looking forward to receiving your outstanding research. Papers to be considered include but not limit to the following topics:

• oil price
• co-movement
• climate change
• geopolitical
• sentiments
• blue energies
• sustainable
• stakeholders

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All manuscripts will be peer-reviewed before their acceptance for publication.
The deadline for manuscript submission is September 30, 2020.

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Yuhang Zheng, Ziqing Du
Green Finance, 2019, 1(3): 328-345. doi: 10.3934/GF.2019.3.328
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