Energy Demand in Asian Developing Economies
M. Hashem Pesaran, Ronald Patrick Smith, Ron Smith, Takamasa Akiyama, World Bank, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
Oxford University Press, 1999 - Počet stran: 226
Energy demand in the developing Asian economies is central to world energy markets and to greenhouse gas emissions. This book reviews the relevant economic and econometric theory, introduces some new econometric techniques, and uses these techniques to analyse energy demand by each economy individually and the region as a whole, by sector, by industry, and by fuel.
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Actual adjustment aggregate Alternative pooled estimators analysis approach Asian developing economies assumed average Bangladesh cent changes Chapter coefficient correlation Country-specific estimates databank demand in Asian dependent variables developing economies based Diagnostic statistics disaggregated discussed electricity energy consumption energy demand energy intensities equal equation Figure fixed effects estimators forecasts four fuel functional form given gives growth homogeneity important imposed income elasticity increase India individual country industrial larger less Log-likelihood logarithm long-run income long-run output Malaysia Mean group estimators measures natural gas negative obtained output and price Pakistan parameters period petroleum Philippines PMG estimates Pooled mean positive price elasticities price indices production real energy prices real exchange rate regressions rejected relative residential restrictions results in Table sample sector share significantly similar specifications Sri Lanka standard errors Static fixed Stone suggests supply Table Taiwan term tests Thailand transport unity