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Energy, Economics & Environment


  • David James

    (Ecoservices Pty Ltd.)


Energy-economic-environment (EEE) interactions can be expected to play a crucial role in the development process. Energy is a critical resourced underpinning economic growth. Countries in SE Asia have reached different levels of economic welfare, and this is reflected in their energy use patterns. Some of the countries are well endowed with energy resources - to the extent of being major exporters of energy. Others face serious poverty, accompanied by low levels of energy use. To achieve improved standards of living throughout SE Asia, significant increases will be needed in supplies of available energy.

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  • David James, 1997. "Energy, Economics & Environment," EEPSEA Special and Technical Paper sp199701t4, Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia (EEPSEA), revised Jan 1997.
  • Handle: RePEc:eep:tpaper:sp199701t4

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