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The OPEC Energy Review is a quarterly energy research journal published by

the OPEC Secretariat in Vienna. Each issue consists of a selection of original

well-researched papers on the global energy industry and related topics, such

as sustainable development and the environment. The principal aim of the

OPEC Energy Review is to provide an important forum that will contribute to

the broadening of awareness of these issues through an exchange of ideas.

Its scope is international.

The three main objectives of the publication are to:

1. Offer a top-quality platform for publishing original research on energy

issues in general and petroleum related matters in particular.

2. Contribute to the producer-consumer dialogue through informed robust analyses and

objectively justified perspectives.

3. Promote the consideration of innovative or academic ideas that may enrich the methodologies and tools used by

stakeholders.

Recognizing the diversity of topics related to energy in general and petroleum in particular which might be of interest to

the journal’s readership, articles will be considered covering relevant economics, policies and laws, supply and demand,

modelling, technology and environmental matters.

The OPEC Energy Review welcomes submissions from academics and other energy experts.

Submissions should be made via Scholar One at:

https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/opec

(registration required).

A PDF of “Author Guidelines” may be downloaded at Wiley’s OPEC Energy Review page at:

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/

(ISSN)1753-0237/homepage/ForAuthors.html

All correspondence about subscriptions should be sent to John Wiley & Sons, which publishes and distributes the quar-

terly journal on behalf of OPEC

(see inside back cover).

C a l l f o r pa p e r s

OPEC Energy Review

Chairman, Editorial Board: Director, OPEC Research Division

General Academic Editor: Professor Sadek Boussena

Executive Editor: Hasan Hafidh

OPEC bulletin 3–4/17

OPEC Energy Review

Vol. XL, No. 3

September 2016

OPEC

Energy Review

September 2016

Time series analysis of volatility in the petroleum pricing markets: the

persistence, asymmetry and jumps in the returns series

OlusanyaE.OlubusoyeandOlaOluwaS.Yaya

Asymmetric and nonlinear pass-through relationship between oil and other

commodities

Manuchehr Irandoust

Effect of outliers on volatility forecasting and Value at Risk estimation in

crude oil markets

HimanshuSharmaandSelvamuthuDharmaraja

On the interaction between energy price and firm size in Indian economy

RajeshHAcharyaandAnverCSadath

Analysing the efficiency of renewable energy consumption among

oil-producing African countries

IshmaelAckah,OluwafisayoAlabiandAbraham Lartey

Vol. XL, No. 3

The OPEC Energy Review

is a quarterly energy research

journal

published by the OPEC Secretariat in Vienna. Each issue consists of

a selection of original well-researched papers on the global energy

industry and related topics, such as sustainable development and

the environment. The principal aim of the OPEC Energy Review is to

provide an important forum that will contribute to the broadening

of awareness of these issues through an exchange of ideas.

Itsscope is international.

TheOPECEnergyReviewwelcomessubmissions fromacademics

andotherenergyexperts.

SubmissionsshouldbemadeviaScholarOneat:

https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/opec

(registration required).

APDFof“AuthorGuidelines”maybedownloadedatWiley’s

OPECEnergyReviewpageat:

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(

ISSN)1753-

0237/homepage/ForAuthors.html

Allcorrespondenceaboutsubscriptionsshouldbesent to John

Wiley & Sons, which publishes and distributes the quarterly

journalonbehalfofOPEC

(see insidebackcover).

C A L L F O R PA P E R S

OPEC EnergyReview

Chairman, EditorialBoard:DrOmarSAbdul-Hamid

GeneralAcademicEditor:ProfessorSadekBoussena

Executive Editor:HasanHafidh

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