The International Distribution of Energy Intensities: some synthetic results
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- Duro, Juan Antonio, 2015. "The international distribution of energy intensities: Some synthetic results," Energy Policy, Elsevier, vol. 83(C), pages 257-266.
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KeywordsEnergia -- Distribució; Energia Consum -- Aspectes ambientals; 338 - Situació econòmica. Política econòmica. Gestió; control i planificació de l'economia. Producció. Serveis. Turisme. Preus;
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