Originally published in 1983, Energy and Household Expenditure Patterns claimed that two-thirds of energy consumption in the United States came from households. This study aimed to estimate the expected changes in household activities and how this would affect energy consumption in the country as a whole. Also discussed are implications of direct energy purchases and spending on energy goods in households as well as predicting the growth in energy consumption leading up to the year 2000. This title will be of interest to students of Environmental Studies and Economics.
Foreword; Acknowledgments; 1. Guide to the Study and Major Findings 2. Dynamic Estimation of Consumer Demand 3.The Systems Method of Estimating Personal Consumption Expenditure 4. A Cross-Sectional Approach to the Analysis of Consumer Expenditures 5. Personal Consumption Expenditures in 2000 6. Energy Implications of the PCE Projections; Appendix A Estimation of Dynamic Model; Appendix B Systems Model Estimation; Appendix C Dynasim; Appendix D Development of Final Projections; Appendix E Input-Output Determinants of Energy Use From Final Demand; Appendix F Bridging Matrix; References
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