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Phil Wild
Phil Wild
Research Fellow, The University of Queensland
Verified email at uq.edu.au
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Revitalising the wind power induced merit order effect to reduce wholesale and retail electricity prices in Australia
WP Bell, P Wild, J Foster, M Hewson
Energy Economics 67, 224-241, 2017
682017
Econometric modelling in the presence of evolutionary change
J Foster, P Wild
Cambridge Journal of Economics 23 (6), 749-770, 1999
671999
Detecting self-organisational change in economic processes exhibiting logistic growth
J Foster, P Wild
Journal of Evolutionary Economics 9 (1), 109-133, 1999
581999
Wind speed and electricity demand correlation analysis in the Australian National Electricity Market: Determining wind turbine generators’ ability to meet electricity demand …
WP Bell, P Wild, J Foster, M Hewson
Economic Analysis and Policy 48, 182-191, 2015
442015
Economic evolution and the science of synergetics
J Foster, P Wild
Journal of Evolutionary Economics 6 (3), 239-260, 1996
421996
The western Australian power dilemma
P Simshauser, P Wild
Australian Economic Papers 48 (4), 342-369, 2009
302009
Improving predictability of renewable generation through optimal battery sizing
SAP Kani, P Wild, TK Saha
IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy 11 (1), 37-47, 2018
262018
Impact of carbon prices on wholesale electricity prices and carbon pass-through rates in the Australian national electricity market
P Wild, WP Bell, J Foster
The Energy Journal 36 (3), 2015
262015
Structural change in macroeconomic time series: A complex systems perspective
MJ Hinich, J Foster, P Wild
Journal of Macroeconomics 28 (1), 136-150, 2006
262006
Testing time-series stationarity against an alternative whose mean is periodic
MA Hinich, P Wild
Macroeconomic Dynamics 5 (3), 380-412, 2001
192001
The impact of carbon pricing on wholesale electricity prices, carbon pass-through rates and retail electricity tariffs in Australia
P Wild, P Bell, J Foster
University of Queensland, Energy Economics and Management Group, 2012
132012
Are daily and weekly load and spot price dynamics in Australia's National Electricity Market governed by episodic nonlinearity?
P Wild, MJ Hinich, J Foster
Energy Economics 32 (5), 1082-1091, 2010
122010
Analysis of Institutional adaptability to redress electricity infrastructure vulnerability due to climate change
J Foster, WP Bell, P Wild, D Sharma, S Sandu, C Froome, L Wagner, ...
112013
Determining commercially viable two-way and one-way ‘Contract-for-Difference’strike prices and revenue receipts
P Wild
Energy Policy 110, 191-201, 2017
102017
An assessment of the impact of the introduction of carbon price signals on prices, production trends, carbon emissions and power flows in the NEM for the period 2007-2009
P Wild, WP Bell, J Foster
EEMG Working Paper No 2012, 2012
102012
Market and economic modelling of the impact of distributed generation
J Foster, L Wagner, P Wild, WP Bell, J Zhao, C Froome
Energy Economics and Management Group, The University of Queensland …, 2011
102011
Identifying nonlinear serial dependence in volatile, high-frequency time series and its implications for volatility modeling
P Wild, J Foster, MJ Hinich
Macroeconomic Dynamics 14 (S1), 88-110, 2010
92010
Randomly modulated periodic signals in Australias national electricity market
J Foster, MJ Hinich, P Wild
The Energy Journal 29 (3), 2008
92008
Detecting Finite Bandwidth Periodic Signals
MJ Hinich, P Wild
9*2004
The logistic diffusion approach to econometric modelling in the presence of evolutionary change
J Foster, P Wild
DISCUSSION PAPERS-UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS, 1995
91995
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