356 Seiten, Gebunden, Format (B × H): 156 mm x 234 mm, Gewicht: 612 g
Verlag: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Barker / Ekins / Johnstone Global Warming and Energy DemandThis book presents a range of current views on the use of economic measures to control greenhouse gas emissions. the authors discuss the responsiveness of the energy market to changes in prices, taxes and incomes. The book's concern with global warming involves analyses of possible energy use both in the long and short term.
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List of tables List of figures List of Contributors Preface 1. Global warming and energy elasticities Terry Barker, Paul Ekins and Nick Johnstone
Part 1: Estimating long-term energy elasticities 2. Alternative approaches to estimating long-run energy demand elasticities: an application to Asian developing countries Ron Smith and M Hashem Pesaran 3. A survey of international energy elasticities Neil Manning and Jago Atkinson 4. Long-run demand elasticities for gasoline Thomas Sterner and Mikael Franzen 5. Responses of energy demand in UK manufacturing to the energy price increases of 1973 and 1979/80 Alan Ingham 6. Elasticities for OECD aggregate final energy demand Lakis Vouyoukas 7. Modelling UK energy demand Derek Hodgson and Keith Miller
Part II: Energy, the economy and greenhouse gas abatement 8. Endogenous technological progress in fossil fuel demand Laurence Boone, Stephen Hall, David Kemball-Cook and Clare Smith 9. UK energy price elasticities and their implications for long-term CO2 abatement Terry Barker 10. Price elasticity and market structure - overcoming obstacles to ensure energy efficiency Tim Jackson 11. Rethinking the use of energy elasticities Stefan P Schleicher 12. Revisiting the costs of CO2 abatement Paul Ekins 13. Asymmetrical price elasticities of energy demand Michael Grubb
14. Conclusions Terry Barker, Paul Ekins and Nick Johnstone Bibliography Index