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CO2 Emissions vs. CO2 Responsibility: An Input-Output Approach for the Turkish Economy

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  • G. Ipek Tunc

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    (Department of Economics, METU)

  • Serap Turut-Asik

    (Department of Economics, METU)

  • Elif Akbostanci

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    (Department of Economics, METU)

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    Abstract

    Recently, global warming (greenhouse effect) and its effects have become one of the hottest topics in the world agenda. There have been several international attempts to reduce the negative effects of global warming. Kyoto Protocol can be cited as the most important agreement which tries to limit the countries’ emissions within a time horizon. For this reason it becomes important to calculate the greenhouse gas emissions of countries. The aim of this study is to estimate the amount of CO2 -the most important greenhouse gas- emissions, for the Turkish economy. An extended input-output model is estimated by using 1996 data in order to identify the sources of CO2 emissions and to discuss the share of sectors in total emission. Besides ‘CO2 responsibility’, which takes into account the CO2 content of imports, is estimated for the Turkish economy. The sectoral CO2 emissions and CO2 responsibilities are compared and these two notions are linked to foreign trade volume. One of the main conclusions is that the manufacturing industry has the first place in both of the rankings for CO2 emissions and CO2 responsibilities; while agriculture and husbandry has the last place.

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    Paper provided by ERC - Economic Research Center, Middle East Technical University in its series ERC Working Papers with number 0604.

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    Length: 34 pages
    Date of creation: Mar 2006
    Date of revision: Mar 2006
    Handle: RePEc:met:wpaper:0604

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    Keywords: CO2 responsibility; Turkey; input-output analysis;

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    1. Steenge, Albert E., 1999. "Input-output theory and institutional aspects of environmental policy," Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, Elsevier, vol. 10(1), pages 161-176, January.
    2. Gay, Philip W. & Proops, John L.R., 1993. "Carbon---dioxide production by the UK economy: An input-output assessment," Applied Energy, Elsevier, vol. 44(2), pages 113-130.
    3. Osmo Forssell & Karen Polenske, 1998. "Introduction: Input-Output and the Environment," Economic Systems Research, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 10(2), pages 91-97.
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