Energy & Resources

S.No. Publication
1 Choucri, N., Goldsmith D., & Mezher, T. (2011). Modeling renewable energy readiness: The UAE contextProceedings of the 2011 IEEE 20th International Workshops on Enabling Technologies: Infrastructure for Collaborative Enterprises, 211–216.
2 Mezher, T., Goldsmith, D., and Choucri, N. (2011). Renewable energy in Abu Dhabi: Opportunities and challengesJournal of Energy Engineering, 137(4), 169–176.
3 Choucri, N. (1997). Environmental flashpoints in the Middle East and North Africa (Report). Environmental Flashpoints Workshop. 
4 Choucri, N. (1990). World energy: Implications for Japan. Toray Corporate Business Research Inc., 2(2). 
5 Choucri, N. (1984). Energy and development: Fossil fuels in developing countries. In C. Chagas (Ed.), Study Week on "Energy for Survival and Development," Vatican City, June 11–14 (pp.157–197). Pontifical Academy of Sciences.
6 Choucri, N., & Shafei, M. Z. (1984). Energy policy in EgyptL'Egypte Contemporaine, 76, 395.
7 Lampe, D. R. (1983). Energy and development: Understanding the risks. The MIT Report, XI(9), 1&5.
8 Choucri, N., Shafei, M.Z. (1983). Energy policy project in Egypt: An overview (Report No, 83-20). MIT Technology and Development Program.
9 Choucri, N., & Lahiri, S. (1983). Short-Run Energy-Economy Interactions in Egypt (Report No. 83-7). MIT Technology and Development Program.
10 Choucri, N., Shafei, M.Z. (1983). Resource development and policy in Egypt: Petroleum and natural gas—summary and conclusions (Report No. 83-3). MIT Technology and Development Program.
11 Choucri, N. (1982, Novermber 30). …and OPEC is justified. The Christian Science Monitor
12* Choucri, N. (1982). Energy and transportation in Latin America: The socio–economic basis. Proceedings of a seminar on "The Impact of energy costs on the transport sector in Latin America," Bogotá, Colombia, December 1–3, 1980, – .
13 Choucri, N. (1982). Power and politics in world oilTechnology Review, 85, 24.
14 Choucri, N. (1981). Energy and technological development in Latin AmericaProceedings of the Fifth International Scientific Forum on Changes in Energy, Mexico City.
15 Choucri, N. (1980). OPEC: Calming a nervous world oil marketTechnology Review, 83, 36.
16 Choucri, N. (1979). Analytical specifications of the world oil market: A review and comparison of twelve modelsJournal of Conflict Resolution, 23(2), 346–372.
17 Choucri, N. (1977). International exchanges of alternative energy sources: Technology, price, and management. In D. Pirages (Eds.), The Sustainable society: Implications for limited growth (pp. 74–102). Praeger.
18 Alker, H. R., & Choucri, N. (1974). Analyzing global interdependence: Methodological perspectives and research implications (Vol. III) (Working Paper, No. C/74-28). MIT Center for International Studies. MIT Center for International Studies.
19 Choucri, N., & Ferraro, V. (1974). Analyzing global interdependence: Energy independence (Vol. II) (Working Paper, No. C/74-28). MIT Center for International Studies.
20 Choucri, N., & Bennett, J. P. (1972). Population, resources, and technology: Political implications of the environmental crisis. International Organization, 26(2), 175–212.
21 Choucri, N., & Bennett, J. P. (1972). Population, resources, technology: Political implications of the environmental crisis. In D. A. Kay, & E. B. Skolnikoff (Eds.), World eco–crisis: international organizations in response (pp. –). University of Wisconsin Press. 
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