International Energy Economics by Thomas Sterner (auth.), Thomas Sterner (eds.)

By Thomas Sterner (auth.), Thomas Sterner (eds.)

An foreign number of twenty papers with 3 topics: strength call for, modelling power provide and types of particular markets.

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In addition, we also present the average input coefficients in year 30 (AL-30 and AE-30), their corresponding growth rates (AL-g and AE-g) and the ratio between the best and the average input coefficients (BLjAL and BEjAE). 1 the change in input coefficients is put on index form (Index = 100 year 0), and in the last row we have also calculated the annual percentage rate of growth of demand for labour and energy around year 30 (L-g%, E-g%). 1 Marginal and scale elasticities The first two cases illustrate the effects of variations in marginal elasticities and economies of scale.

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