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Ökonomische, technologische und soziodemographische Einflussfaktoren der Energienachfrage

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  • Kurt Kratena
  • Ina Meyer
  • Michael Wüger

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Lange hat sich die ökonomische Literatur auf die negativen Umweltauswirkungen von Produktionsprozessen konzentriert. Im Gegensatz dazu steht die Untersuchung der klimarelevanten Energienachfrage der privaten Haushalte im Mittelpunkt dieser Untersuchung. Um der Vielschichtigkeit der Energienachfrage der Haushalte gerecht zu werden, werden dazu Daten sowohl auf Basis von Zeitreihen- als auch auf Querschnittsebene verwendet, und es werden eigene Datenstöcke entwickelt, um konsistente Reaktionsparameter der wichtigsten Einflussfaktoren zu ermitteln. Außerdem wird die Energienachfrage der privaten Haushalte in ein Modell der Gesamtkonsumnachfrage eingebettet, um die Rückkoppelungseffekte in der Nachfrage erfassen zu können. Die Ergebnisse lassen es fraglich erscheinen, ob eine Politik, die auf eine Senkung der Energienachfrage der privaten Haushalte abstellt, allein auf technologische Effizienzverbesserungen setzen kann.

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  • Kurt Kratena & Ina Meyer & Michael Wüger, 2009. "Ökonomische, technologische und soziodemographische Einflussfaktoren der Energienachfrage," WIFO Working Papers 339, WIFO.
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