Philip Verleger

PKVerleger

Guest

Independent energy economist and publisher of the Petroleum Economics Monthly; author of Energy Gridlock: Why Radical Conservation Is the Only Answer to the Worsening Energy Crisis; former fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics (1986-2012); former professor of strategy and international management at the University of Calgary's Haskayne School of Business

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