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Cambio tecnológico y emisiones de CO2: Analisis Input-Output y Analisis de sensibilidad mediante programacion lineal

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  • Tarancon, M. A.
  • Del Rio, P.

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El ritmo de crecimiento económico es insostenible. Dicho crecimiento viene asociado a presiones sobre el medio que amenazan con tener graves consecuencias. Entre estas presiones destaca el efecto invernadero provocado por la emisión de CO2 a la atmósfera por parte de los procesos productivos. En este trabajo se propone un modelo de optimización que permite, mediante un proceso iterativo, el cálculo de la sensibilidad de cada transacción productiva de la economía respecto a su contribución a la reducción de las emisiones de CO2. La metodología anterior se ha aplicado al caso de la economía española.

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  • Tarancon, M. A. & Del Rio, P., 2004. "Cambio tecnológico y emisiones de CO2: Analisis Input-Output y Analisis de sensibilidad mediante programacion lineal," Estudios Economicos de Desarrollo Internacional, Euro-American Association of Economic Development, vol. 4(1).
  • Handle: RePEc:eaa:eedein:v:4:y2004:i:4_2
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    Emisiones; CO2; input-output; optimización; cambio tecnológico;

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