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Nasirov, S., Cruz, E., Agostini, C. A., & Silva, C. (2019). Policy Makers' Perspectives on the Expansion of Renewable Energy Sources in Chile's Electricity Auctions. Energies, 12(21), 17 pp.
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Nasirov, S., Silva, C., & Agostini, C. A. (2015). Investors' Perspectives on Barriers to the Deployment of Renewable Energy Sources in Chile. Energies, 8(5), 3794–3814.
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Nasirov, S., Silva, C., & Agostini, C. A. (2016). Assessment of barriers and opportunities for renewable energy development in Chile. Energy Sources Part B, 11(2), 150–156.
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O'Ryan, R., & Pereira, M. (2015). Participatory indicators of sustainability for the salmon industry: The case of Chile. Mar. Pol., 51, 322–330.
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O'Ryan, R., Nasirov, S., & Alvarez-Espinosa, A. (2020). Renewable energy expansion in the Chilean power market: A dynamic general equilibrium modeling approach to determine CO2 emission baselines. J. Clean Prod., 247, 11 pp.
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Ramajo, L., Prado, L., Rodriguez-Navarro, A. B., Lardies, M. A., Duarte, C. M., & Lagos, N. A. (2016). Plasticity and trade-offs in physiological traits of intertidal mussels subjected to freshwater-induced environmental variation. Mar. Ecol.-Prog. Ser., 553, 93–109.
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Silva, C., & Nasirov, S. (2017). Chile: Paving the way for sustainable energy planning. Energy Sources Part B, 12(1), 56–62.
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Simon, F., Ordonez, J., Girard, A., & Parrado, C. (2019). Modelling energy use in residential buildings: How design decisions influence final energy performance in various Chilean climates. Indoor Built Environ., 28(4), 533–551.
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Ugalde, D., Parra, P. F., & Lopez-Garcia, D. (2019). Assessment of the seismic capacity of tall wall buildings using nonlinear finite element modeling. Bull. Earthq. Eng., 17(12), 6565–6589.
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Villena, M., & Greve, F. (2018). On resource depletion and productivity: The case of the Chilean copper industry. Resour. Policy, 59, 553–562.
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