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Alternative Approaches to Estimating Long-Run Energy Demand Elasticities: An Application to Asian Developing Countries


  • Hashem, M.
  • Smith, R.


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  • Hashem, M. & Smith, R., 1993. "Alternative Approaches to Estimating Long-Run Energy Demand Elasticities: An Application to Asian Developing Countries," Cambridge Working Papers in Economics 9308, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge.
  • Handle: RePEc:cam:camdae:9308

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    1. Gang Liu, 2004. "Estimating Energy Demand Elasticities for OECD Countries. A Dynamic Panel Data Approach," Discussion Papers 373, Statistics Norway, Research Department.
    2. Chomitz, Kenneth M., 2000. "Evaluating carbon offsets from forestry and energy projects," Policy Research Working Paper Series 2357, The World Bank.
    3. von Hirschhausen, Christian & Andres, Michael, 2000. "Long-term electricity demand in China -- From quantitative to qualitative growth?," Energy Policy, Elsevier, vol. 28(4), pages 231-241, April.

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