Taken from a report for the Electric Power Research Institute, Joy Dunkerley’s study aims to clarify the relationship between energy consumption and economic output in industrialised countries. Originally published in 1980 and using data from 1972, this study uses cross-country comparisons of energy use to stress the importance of new supply options and measures of controlling energy use without affecting living standards whilst also discussing the impact of energy prices and economic growth in the countries studied. This title will be of interest to students of environmental studies.
Table of Contents
Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1. Trends in Energy Output Ratios 2. Changes in Energy Supply Systems 3. Effects of Changing Structure of Economic Activity 4. The Effect of Price and Other Factors on Energy Consumption 5. Prices and Income Elasticities: Aggregate Energy Consumption 6. Price and Income Elasticities: Sectoral Energy Consumption 7.Assessment and Use of Results 8. Energy Policy Responses 9. Findings of the Study; Appendix A. Aggregate and Sectoral Energy Intensities for Selected Countries; Appendix B. Adjustment of Sectoral Energy Data to Take into Account Varying Thermal Efficiencies of Fuels.