|Statement||by Walter Isard and Vincent Whitney.|
|Contributions||Whitney, Vincent, jt. auth.|
|LC Classifications||HD9698.A2 I8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||235|
|LC Control Number||52002014|
Atomic power: an economic and social analysis: a study in industrial location and regional economic development. Atomic power: an economic and social analysis ; a study in industrial location and regional economic development. Economic Aspects of Atomic Power. Sam H. Schurr The study includes a consideration of the characteristics of atomic power, covering source and cost of fuels, type of equipment and initial investment required, etc., and an analysis, estimating the future effects of atomic power on residential heating and on the industries producing aluminum. In Part One of this book we confined our analysis to questions relating to the supply of energy. We inquired into the cost and other economic characteristics of atomic power and attempted, through comparisons with ordinary sources of energy, to determine whether atomic power might replace or supplement conventional energy resources in certain regions of the world.
In this Book. Economists of the Cowles Commission of the University of Chicago present the first comprehensive study of the long-range effects on world economy of atomic power and its implications for industries producing oil, coal, and electric power. The study includes a consideration of the characteristics of atomic power, covering source and cost of fuels, type of equipment and initial investment required, etc., and an analysis. The analysis should evaluate the economic feasibility of a nuclear power project and compare its economics to other (mutually exclusive) alternatives. The IAEA helps strengthen Member States' capacities to use energy and nuclear power planning tools to conduct studies for energy system and electricity supply options. This project was completed in August and resulted in the book Atomic Audit: The Costs and Consequences of U.S. Nuclear Weapons Since edited . Isard, Walter. Atomic Power, an Economic and Social Analysis; a Study in Industrial Location and Regional Economic Development.
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