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Comprehensive Assessment Of The Economic Effects Of Electric Power Export to EU Countries

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  • Oleksandr Diachuk

    (Institute for Economics and Forecasting, Ukrainian NAS, Kyiv)

  • Roman Podolets’

    (Institute for Economics and Forecasting, Ukrainian NAS, Kyiv)

  • Viktor Tochylin

    (Institute for Economics and Forecasting, Ukrainian NAS, Kyiv)

  • Bohdan Serebrennikov

    (NTUU «Kyiv Polytechnic Institute»)

  • Maksym Chepelyev

    (Institute for Economics and Forecasting, Ukrainian NAS, Kyiv)

Abstract

This paper considers the possibility of electricity exports’ increasing from Ukraine to the EU. An assessment of the economic and environmental consequences on the basis of the computable general equilibrium model of Ukraine’s economy and the model of energy system «TIMES-Ukraine» are given. Analysis of macroeconomic, sectorial and crosssectorial effects is provided; the relevant economic risks are identified.

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  • Oleksandr Diachuk & Roman Podolets’ & Viktor Tochylin & Bohdan Serebrennikov & Maksym Chepelyev, 2013. "Comprehensive Assessment Of The Economic Effects Of Electric Power Export to EU Countries," Ukrainian Journal Ekonomist, Yuriy Kovalenko, issue 2, pages 20-24, February.
  • Handle: RePEc:uje:journl:y:2013:i:2:p:20-24
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