Sectoral Changes in Consumption and Intensity of Energy in India
This paper applies a complete decomposition technique for decomposing the sectoral changes in energy consumption and energy intensity in India during 1980-96. The complete decomposition model decomposes the residual in the general decomposition model by jointly created and equally distributed rule. Results indicate a lack of energy efficiency in the agricultural sector. The aggregate energy intensity is negative and implies an improvement in energy efficiency which, however, is tempered by a strong activity effect.
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Volume (Year): 36 (2001)
Issue (Month): 2 (July)
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